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EMO speaks out at last

EMO speaks out at last

Writing in his newspaper column for a well know broadsheet our number 10 has finally come out and sorted his future for the next season. Having kept schtum whilst half of the Premier League has been linked with him, he chooses the week after Torres has signed for Liverpool and Tevez is on his way to ManYoo to finally pledge his loyalty. Rather than repeat the whole interview from The Times, which is in essence about three pages long, I`ve picked out the most relevant bits:-

"It has been an eye-opener to see the innovations from Sam Allardyce…"

"We`ve had a transformation from top to bottom. Crucially, everyone who has arrived appears to have big ambitions…"

"Everyone knows that the fans and the stadium give Newcastle the foundations to become one of the biggest clubs in the country…"

"I believe that these can be good times to be at Newcastle, which is why I am more than happy to be here. There has been plenty of speculation about my future, but I can assure the Newcastle fans that I didn`t start any of it…"

"There was a lot of talk from other quarters and my attitude to rumour has always been to ignore it. I don`t really feel that I should be responding all the time to stories in the newspapers and I certainly didn`t want to be forced into making comments. I prefer to let my actions speak for themselves and I just wish there had been more opportunities to show the Newcastle fans what I am capable of. I am sure that is to come this season..."

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Thursday July 12 2007
Time: 9:02AM

Comments

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Bring on the new season. :)
Toon4LiFe
12/07/2007 10:34:00
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Looking good for a top 6 finish TFL.
SirLes
12/07/2007 13:16:00
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so he should be, glad he as come out and said that for you guys, about time there was some loyalty. Wonder how long before the press start the next rumour he is moving? Just hope it is to Villa!!! ;-)
The Fear
13/07/2007 19:59:00
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Agents run the game and if his agent says "Your Moving" players see the £signs and pack a bag. Not how football should be run but thats life.
col8
14/07/2007 05:18:00
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If he can stay fit he will get close to twenty goals. But can he keep fit?
dazza71
15/07/2007 15:53:00
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what a moaning little ******** he is. sven was right the only reason he went to newscaslt was because of the money when is he going to move on , i think the move to st jameses might have affected his carrear now forever. he just seems to be forever pish now
rk1888
16/07/2007 00:11:00
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