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Big Ben and Big Sam

Despite Sammy Lee`s confidence that Tal Ben Haim is stopping with Bolton, a combo of the Fleet Street rags and the Israeli press are unanimous in tipping the defender to be Big Sam`s first summer signing. Having allegedly knocked back £25k a week off the Trotters, he`s also supposed to have ruled out Chelsea and Spurs to sign for us.

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 19 2007

Time: 7:18PM

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got luck with them long balls.. dont think big sam will suite newcastle..
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19/05/2007 20:35:00

I really think the bar codes deserve more than Sam allardyce. How long they put up with his long ball tactics we'll have to wait and see.Newcastle did have a reputation of playing good flowing attacking football along with spurs and manure and the scum. But now it looks like it's just gonna be spurs and manure playing the game how it's supposed to be played(keeping the ball on the floor as often as possible). Oh well nevermind you could have had Sven! Good luck barcodes.(YOUR GONNA NEED IT!)
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19/05/2007 22:08:00

he'll do for me. Screw pretty football - we've had that in the past and won nowt. It's time to sacrifice some principles if we want silverware.
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20/05/2007 22:27:00


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