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Newcastle 2-0 Fulham

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Is it up and up for Keegan's men? Can Fulham still avoid the drop?

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posted Mar 23, 2008

To:Comeonthepies38

I 'll tell you where we'd be now if we had'nt had Aladyce as manager - 3 points better off having beaten Derby. He doesn't know when to play attacking football and never will. To think that Derby only have one win on the board all season (against NUFC), what does that tell you about Big Sam.

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posted Mar 23, 2008

The three pronged attack of Owen, Viduka and Martins looks to be a great success.

Up, up and away for the Geordies!

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comment by Ohound (U5480169)

posted Mar 23, 2008

Good news-dont give a toss about Newcastle but Keegan is a decent fellow and deserves some good fortune now. Well done-I hope Newcastle stay up-if they keep Keegan

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posted Mar 23, 2008

We're a poor team without much attack and invention. If only we could play Fulham every week.

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comment by marvin (U11298575)

posted Mar 23, 2008

To BigManInBadShape oh soz mate i really dont notice that i was typing lik on MSN or a txt (e.g: cos)... NOT, come on THINK ABOUT
p.s JOG ON

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comment by ToonHay (U8340833)

posted Mar 24, 2008

I am verrrry pleased with the win last saturday but theres one concern, King Kev seems to have the "teacher's pet" attitude by praisin Owen all the time when other players ACTUALLY improved, Barton, martins, enquire, I thought they made big difference compared to other matches they played in...

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posted Mar 24, 2008

Newcastle beat fulham... very good, but fulham are 2nd bottom for a reason... because they suck! its guna take more than that to get Newcastle out of this mess.

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posted Mar 26, 2008

i honestly don't think newcastle will go down. the funny thing is when you look at the league table tottenham are only 7 points ahead, now i know 7 points is a lot at this time in the season but if newcastle piece a few results together things will not look so bad. then again that is always the hard part..

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posted Mar 26, 2008

It was a good win, considering how long we went without one. I'm glad Allardyce went, he had lost the players, the fans, and the board, and that surely would've taken us down. Tottenham may be 7 points away, but they've scored nearly 30 more goals than us and will probably be too much for Kev's men at the weekend. We'll stay up now, but it won't be pretty.

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comment by T-Bone (U3794682)

posted Mar 27, 2008

What the hell happened there then?
Did Allardyce take them to the Metro Centre? Is that where he lost them?
All them people is a lot to lose!

Still eh? You carry on with Kelvin Kerrigan 'cos he's a stayer he is. Allardyce was at Bolton probably longer than your man has spent in three or four jobs? Makes you feel better eh?

Whistle an 'appy toon <whistle>

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