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Rozenhal on the cup

Rozenhal on the cup

Having avoided being knocked out by Stoke at the first stage yesterday, it`s a relieved David Rozenhal who, after a pretty unsteady stint at right back, will get a second chance to see the 'magic of the cup`. Speaking about our season saver he said:

'I would prefer to be higher in the Premier League table as well, but for me it is very important to win some trophies at Newcastle. We want to do well in the FA Cup and hope that we can still finish in the top six at least in the Premier League. Getting into Europe is important as well, and the UEFA Cup would be great and even a Champions League place is still not impossible.'

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Sunday January 6 2008
Time: 9:39PM

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The lad had a *****ter. Why Allardyce keeps persisting with Smith in midfield I don't know. He'll never make a midfielder as long as I have a hole in my ar$e.
BaldEagle
06/01/2008 21:52:00
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calm down, allardyce is a good manager, and knows what he is doing - he clearly performs well in training...(either that, or he has something over sam, in te same way kanu has something over harry...he keeps getting played, and is ****)
pompeycarpet
06/01/2008 22:29:00
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I AGREE. ROZENHAL HAD A POOR GAME. ((( NOT HIS 1ST)))NOT A RIGHT BACK AT ALL milner and emre are injured so smith was needed in midfield even thought he is not productive there. Positives were owen and enrique got minutes under his belt and we saw lualua debut which i thought looked good. I THINK BSA NEEDS TIME EVEN THOUGHT AT TIMES TACTICALLY HE GETS MY BLOOD BOILING... i.e N'ZOGBIA AT LEFT BACK AND SMITH IN MIDFIELD. THERES ONLY ONE JAMES MILNERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Toon4LiFe
06/01/2008 22:56:00
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Agree with the LuaLua point - he least he can beat a man, unlike say Geremi or Smith. Duff looked alright, bit hesitant to put the cross in though.
BaldEagle
07/01/2008 07:25:00
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