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Emre: Let me stay

Emre: Let me stay

After his pure cushty goal against the Blue Dippers on Sunday our portly playmaker Emre has revealed that he wants to stay and play for Big Sam. Speaking to the press he claimed a misrepresentation and revealed:

'When I was out for four months with an injury, I didn't speak about my future. I never speak to Turkish journalists, but they seem to know everything. I'd like to stay at Newcastle. I'm very happy to play for Newcastle. I like the supporters and I like the city. At the moment it's really hard for me because I've been injured for four months.

I played the last two international team games and against Arsenal, and I feel confident now. Sam is a very good manager. I like him and I'm very happy to play for him. He has said I will have a chance to play when I'm fit, so I have to work very hard to get in condition.'



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Monday October 8 2007
Time: 10:17AM

Comments

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good to hear it mate
Toon4LiFe
08/10/2007 11:14:00
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Absolutely belter of a strike on Sunday. More please from the lad.
BaldEagle
08/10/2007 11:25:00
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Still think he'll be off come January.
SirLes
08/10/2007 11:38:00
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