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Old 08-17-2006, 12:51 PM   #16
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I admire your optimism roy, but can't say I share it.
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Old 08-17-2006, 03:44 PM   #18
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Looks like newcastle have lost the race for kuyt .
Martins is still possible but considering whats been going on with him a deal looks impossible.

btw martins claimed to be 21 but apprently he is 5 years older than he says and newcastle are unwilling to pay 10 million for a 26 year old.
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newcastle are unwilling to pay 10 million for a 26 year old.
Really?

If that's true then that's ridiculous.

Real Madrid have just paid over 10 mil for Ruud and he's 30 now.
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Really?

If that's true then that's ridiculous.

Real Madrid have just paid over 10 mil for Ruud and he's 30 now.
newcastle have a long history of paying big money for flops lol, i dont think fat fred or the board want another repeat performance and also real madrid have a lot more resources than newcastle.
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Old 08-18-2006, 04:50 AM   #21
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Hey, anyone out there heard any more about Lucas Neill signing for Tottenham. I read it somewhere a few weeks ago, but have heard nothing more since. My huby is a tottenham supporter (I'm United all the way) but if aussie boy Niell was playing, I'd happily watch Tottenham games too!!

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newcastle have a long history of paying big money for flops lol, i dont think fat fred or the board want another repeat performance and also real madrid have a lot more resources than newcastle.
it's still stupid though if they're basing it on his age and he's 26 (if at all).

I think he's a good player and he'd be a good buy for them, he's certainly going to struggle to get a game at Inter with Adriano, Crespo and Ibrahimovic higher in the pecking order than him.

Newcastle are running out of time to buy a decent striker...
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it's still stupid though if they're basing it on his age and he's 26 (if at all).

I think he's a good player and he'd be a good buy for them, he's certainly going to struggle to get a game at Inter with Adriano, Crespo and Ibrahimovic higher in the pecking order than him.

Newcastle are running out of time to buy a decent striker...
apprently john collins from fulham is a target.
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Collins john is a good young player but i think newcastle could really do with a proven goalscorer, although i haven't got a clue who that might be.

I think Liverpool could do well this season, they have an extremely strong midfield i think.
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where did cisse go again? i mean, i know he's hurt and all, but i thought prior to the world cup he had been sent out...

is he on loan?
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He's on loan at Marseille. Houllier signed him and i don't think Rafa ever warmed to him.

Good result for Villa today against Arsenal. We nearly won but they scored with about 10 minutes to go. i'm happy with 1-1.

Liverpool were awful today.
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Ameobi will be the main man this season after today's results.
Reading did amazing and pompy look like they be pushing for europe this season, spurs did poor.
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Arse fans rejoice, just heard alan hansen writing them off for the title this season, remember his famous line at the start of '95/'96 "you can't win anything with kids." Who won the double that season?
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PAUL McCARTHY, THE MAN THE PLAYERS READ
BY the time Manchester United eventually land Owen Hargreaves they will have spent more than £30million in trying to replace Roy Keane. Is there any United fan out there who actually believes Hargreaves and Michael Carrick actually come close to matching their former skipper?

I don't think so.

Not often I agree with this fella, but I think he's spot on with this statement.
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so all of a sudden hargreaves is worth 30 million, when prior to the WC, he wasn't deemed good enough to be on the english side by most english media and fans?

that's messed up.
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