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It's time for the talking to stop and the football to start.

After a week dominated by the quite brilliant return of Kevin Keegan to English football, the Premier League action takes centre stage once more.

Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea are all playing and boy it's getting tight at the bottom too, with plenty of those sides involved today.

Later, at 1715 GMT, Keegan will once again lead out Newcastle as they take on Bolton.

Today could barely be any more exciting.

Let me know your thoughts throughout what promises to be a day that will live long in the memory.

If you're a Geordie, anyway.

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posted Jan 19, 2008

As a neutral watching the 'King Kev' Effect it is very obvious that the fans should ask/tell the players to step up, rather than heaping the blame on one man with your owners'shirt wearing' approval.

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posted Jan 19, 2008

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posted Jan 19, 2008

"1907: "Nice to see two sides play football how it should be played."
B Sam, a desert island, via text"

That's the funniest thing I've read this week.laugh

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posted Jan 19, 2008

i was at the fulham v arsenal game and i was ever so surprised from the volume it was as if arsenal were at home, i cant remember them singing a song first half, mind you they didnt have too much to cheer

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posted Jan 19, 2008

so much for the return of "king kev" the we score more than you game plan is normaly easyr when the team you play dont score,oh well!!!!

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posted Jan 19, 2008

I'm delighted with that performance from Bolton.

Our most creative player is currently in Ghana, and we're a little short on strikers in the short-term.

Couple that with the supposed triumphant return of Keegan, and we should not have stood a chance, instead we've picked up a well deserved point, and we arguably should have taken all three being the only team to have any shots on target. Which of course, goes against the numpties saying Bolton are negative, because if we were negative, how is it that negative Bolton managed 4 or 5 shots on target, and super exciting Newcastle managed none, at home!

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posted Jan 19, 2008

Perhaps the Smiths song ta St. James should have been 'What Difference Does It Make?'

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posted Jan 19, 2008

Keegan did make 1 difference- a clean sheet!!!

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posted Jan 19, 2008

Bolton are going to be decimated by Athletico Madrid!! The football Madrid play is Breathtaking while Bolton play Breath Yawng football!!!

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posted Jan 19, 2008

k-man90: Let's just assume that what you say were true. If Atlético "decimated" Bolton, they w/ reduce them by a tenth, leaving them with just over 10 men. I assume this to be a reference to Iván Campos. After that, it's just fantasy old mate. Atlético are by far the most awful, dismal and tedious bunch of plonkers in the Spanish league and their manager Aguirre has already stated that they will be lucky to lose by fewer than 4 goals over thew two legs.

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