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Kuyt and Bellamy vindicated

So come what may it looks like Tyneside reject Craig Bellamy and Gallowgate rejecter Dirk Kuyt have ultimately chosen correctly as they look to Athens in three weeks time. Kuyt sealed the win with his spot kick after having a goal ruled out whilst Bellamy got on late on for a cameo. Whilst we may have 'stepped aside` to let Liverpool sign Kuyt the disposal of Bellamy seems to be biting us in the arse again. Expect some texts to an A.Shearer very soon…




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 2 2007

Time: 8:54AM

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European Cup Final or the Intertoto? Hmmmnn hard choice.
BaldEagle
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02/05/2007 09:02:00

people move on thats the nature of the game ... I think if you guys stay fit martions and owen will be a potent strike force no doubts next year !
dazednconfuzed
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02/05/2007 12:57:00

Not a bad move for Kuyt. Its one of those ones like hamann where you can't really laugh and say they mucked up.
Roy4Triggs
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02/05/2007 19:05:00

 

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