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Triggs watching with paws over eyes

Speaking ahead of the derby game Royston has ordered his commandos to get back on track following a winless six games. The former Ireland international has said he wants to go into the two week break on high:

'I think it's a great game for us on the back of a few disappointing results and obviously Newcastle had a disappointing result themselves last weekend. It's just before the international break and it would be nice to go into the break with a positive result. We are all looking forward to that.

I think Newcastle will be a lot more happy than us in terms of points - they've got eight extra points than us, so they'd be happier. But the expectations up here, whether you are a Newcastle fan or a Sunderland fan, they want that bit more, but we have to focus on ourselves. We certainly need positive results at home and we are trying to get them.'




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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 8 2007

Time: 4:53PM

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ordinarilly i'd say your strong enough to win, but against sunderland in the derby, you just know they'll pull out the bag and scoop the 3 points
SMOKIEJACK
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09/11/2007 17:10:00

Don´t think they have what it takes...honestly.
Blue is the colour
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09/11/2007 22:20:00

More like newcy fan watching with hands over eyes
Vella
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10/11/2007 09:39:00

I think a draw was a fair result. It took for you to go 1-0 down before you started playing, even if the equaliser was a little lucky.
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11/11/2007 10:56:00

 

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