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Nobby sounds out Sam

Nobby sounds out Sam

Speaking to the papers and his Icons` site, Nobby has probably done himself no favours with the prospective new management by speaking out about ditching long ball tactics. Our Peruvian wizard said:

"Sam Allardyce is a name that has gone around, although we don`t know anything officially. Whoever comes, we as employees have to be available to do what he wants us to do. Bolton have a very direct style of play and it`s one of the most criticised systems in the Premier League. Allardyce did good things there, but I don`t think that the Bolton style would suit here. If he comes, I think he should change the style in order to suit the current Newcastle players. The fans deserve to see better football than what they`ve seen at St James` Park this year."

Right sentiments Nobby lad, probably not the best timing.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Friday May 11 2007
Time: 5:13PM

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I AGREE BIG TIME. In fact I think its perfect timing too.. FKUC LONG BALLS. attractive football is what we want so if sam dont like it dont fking take the position. Gd on u Sol.
Toon4LiFe
11/05/2007 19:16:00
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Given Allardyce's hardline attitude I don't want him making an example out the nobster.
SirLes
11/05/2007 22:02:00
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Solano's on thin ice here. Who's to say he's even going to get into the team?
Brighton White
12/05/2007 09:13:00
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He probably won't. Allardyce will have the nous to actually bring in a specialist right back, rather than use Carr or Nobby. Can't see him getting past Milner in midfield either. I think a move to boca might come a season quicker.
SirLes
12/05/2007 09:44:00
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keep it schtum Nobbler.
Roy4Triggs
12/05/2007 09:50:00
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Well if it is big sam who comes in thats the first player out of the door.
will it ever happen
18/11/2007 15:40:00
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