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Surgeon Hall on KK`s return

Mr MetroCentre and former Official Fuhrer of the Geordie Nation Sir John Hall has expressed both his surprise and happiness about his former manager returning to the club after an 11 year gap. Having gone on record to say Kev was just about finished with football he now finds himself rapidly peddling a retraction. Hall said:

'Kevin's given everyone hope again. I was astounded, I never saw him coming back into the game. It's a fascinating appointment. There is a buzz about the place. There is a great expectancy he can revive the club as he did the first time he came as a manager. I hope he can do it.'

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 18 2008

Time: 11:00AM

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well you are wrong he's back and i think he'll be heer for a couple of years until shearer takes over
ozanne park rangers
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20/01/2008 08:17:00

I think all the geordies who think KK will bring back the past are quite frankly MAD he could'nt cut it last time and and wont this time either. only this time he will be found out. Newcastle haven't got the draw they once had. not to mention theres another 10 teams with as much if not more attraction to players. Newcastle need to forget the past and live in the present and build a future.
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