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Dyer gone

News from the Chronicle has the fact the bane of our wage bill Kieron Dyer has finally signed for the Hammers. The paper reckons we`ve done an 8m deal with 2m of that based on incentives. This ties into the fact that Ipswich would get 20% of any monies over 6m. Nice to see we`re still looking after the smaller clubs! Expect a tale of a bleeding heart and sorrows in tomorrow`s Evening Standard as Keyring recounts his 'Tyneside Ordeal`.


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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 16 2007

Time: 1:27PM

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YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! Money banked for the waster. What a bonus. Well done Sam.
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16/08/2007 13:31:00

Much like players that didn't do well at Upton Park last season but will do well for their new clubs this term, e.g. Reo-Coker or Konchesky, I know you may have been fed up with him but I can see him doing well for us.
Oh East London...
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16/08/2007 14:20:00

I hope he does well for you but at the finish i dont think half the NUFC fans could stand him anymore,He is arrogant and thinks he's a better player than he is and can become lazy duing the game. He didnt help Bobby Robson when he was in charge and has never really been fit for the past two seasons. I think if you keep him fit and healthy he will be a good signing.Good luck with him. Saying that i can see Lee Bowyer punching his face in again.
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16/08/2007 14:52:00

I hope the extra 2 million you may get doesn't depend on appearances!
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16/08/2007 14:53:00

Les and Ross, i hope you both catch the foot & mouth outbreak. He's signed to play the best years of his career in a spam shirt.... He could have finally won something with nufc but has decided to end his career after his injuries with premier rejects. In fact i dont blame the speedy fella. Why should he be somewhere hes not appreciated. Good luck to the lad...
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16/08/2007 15:24:00

I hope he gets mauled by rabid dogs as soon as he gets out his helicopter.
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16/08/2007 15:26:00

Knowing Dyer he would he would give the dogs something worse than rabies. Toon4Life he was a good player but time to forget him and see what he does for the spammers. But fo 65k a week i wish he had shown the club a little loyalty,But that was never going to happen West spam are the new big spenders dont u know shame they have a wa@k manager.
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16/08/2007 16:16:00

lol@ les. david wat youz mean was a good player? dont tell me about my squad ey. His best 4 yrs will be in a spam shirt and it makes me feel sick. Nufc is still stong in midfield at the end of the day but he's irreplaceable. Anyway ***** it and ***** all the people who disagrees with me. b4st4rds
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16/08/2007 19:26:00

LOL Chill out mate theres nowt anyone could have done he wanted away and as soon as the fans knew he was always going to get the abuse which added to him gettin his wish.Time will tell if he plays the best football of his career at westspam but i cant see it, He was almost a finished a year ago with his hamstring and hepititus nothing certain that wont happen again. Good business by BSA and NUFC
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17/08/2007 18:51:00

since his last injury he's scored 8 times in 32 games. that record alone whilst being out the game for so long is in my opinion not good business. but he's gone now and i hope hes on the bench when he comes to st james.
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