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EGM called

With the vultures hovering an EGM has been called that suggests the axe will drop on Glenn Roeder asap. Speaking about Allardyce, Freddie Shepherd hinted that changes were afoot in the close season, whilst naturally denying he had spoken to Big Sam already:

'I've never spoken to Sam Allardyce and he has never spoken to me,' Shepherd told the Sunday Sun. I don't know where all this is coming from. I'm not going to comment any more on it. I had the same thing last year. It is getting crazy. We'll get the season out of the way, and then start saying things.'

The last sentence is definitely the crucial one for me…

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 6 2007

Time: 10:21AM

Your Comments

Big Sam at Newcastle, hmmm, now that would be interesting, think he'd get you back to where Sir Bobby had you. What a thing to get rid of him and replace him with such rubbish!
The Fear
Very interesting sam resigns one week glenn gone the next. Ddin't you try and get him last tme.
dazza71
4 managers in 3 years tells you all need to know......In that time Freddie spent £100mill he didnt have & led them to glory in the shape of the Inter2Bob Cup.I would rather watch Fat Freddie & Fat Sam in a pie eating contest than watch Allardyce"s horrific football....!!
chalky76
The club will never reach its potential whilst Fat freddie and Sir John Hall have the club, mismanagement after mismanagement after .... you know the club needs to move on.
col8
 

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