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  1. Surely Hull will sell him to us IF we are in for him than their promotion rivals.
  2. If they didn't include Moncur instead they include someone credible on his behalf it would have been better.
  3. If he is as good as Cisse I have no problem.
  4. Dost any day he would be amazing for us. Finger crossed.
  5. Let give him chance before making any reservation on him.
  6. wish he can shut his big ugly mouth. http://www.espn.co.uk/football/newcastle-united/story/2486610/newcastle-mid-moussa-sissoko-open-to-champions-league-move
  7. EthiGeordie

    John Carver

    He saw and identify him 3 years before he joins Manchester. He didn't scout him when he plays for Athletico.
  8. EthiGeordie

    John Carver

    WAT. He meant "Finding Nemo". He is the one who found David De Gea and make his the best keeper you idiots.
  9. http://www.football365.com/premier-league/9880489/-? "At FC Twente, I was fortunate enough to be able to sit in on a team meeting with him. It was arguably one of the best team meetings I've ever sat in as a bystander at the back. "I thought to myself if I was a player of his, would I know exactly what I need to achieve in the game, what was expected of me coming up against Ajax and what they are going to throw at us? "It was probably the most concise team meeting I've ever listened to, as a player and as a manager." Stuart Pearce gave him a nice backing.
  10. I wanna see Character and Attitude
  11. Wow ... loving that bit. I wonder where Alan trained by him though. He retired from England after Euro 2000 and McC didn't start with England until 2002.
  12. Former Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd has revealed how he and Alan Shearer tried to ‘steal’ Steve McClaren from Middlesbrough 10 years ago. McClaren is set to be confirmed as Newcastle’s head coach later today as permanent successor to Alan Pardew. But Shepherd has revealed McClaren could have beenMagpies manager a decade earlier – but he couldn’t get out of his Boro contract. Shepherd said: “I applaud Newcastle for bringing McClaren in. I think it’s a great move. “Alan Shearer persuaded me to have a meeting with him (McClaren) 10 years ago. We tried to steal him from Middlesbrough. “Alan at the time had said that he was the best coach he had ever trained with. “It was 10 years ago – I might have been ahead of my time! “He’s a great guy but unfortunately he was unable to get released by Middlesbrough at the time.” McClaren was manager of Middlesbrough from 2001 to 2006, winning the only trophy in their history, the League Cup, as well as guiding them to a UEFA Cup final. McClaren comes in as the seventh boss in eight years under Mike Ashley, and faces a huge task to get United back up the table after their flirt with relegation. Shepherd insists, however, that Newcastle have the right person in charge. “I think he is strong enough,” he told Talksport. “I think he will work his own way and be anyone’s fool. “I think they (Newcastle) always had Steve in mind but negotiations went on a bit longer than anybody thought. But who cares? They’ve got the right guy in my opinion.”
  13. EthiGeordie

    John Carver

    I wanted Eric Steele to come here. Finding De Gea and all. We kept Woodman either to keep his highly sought ed son or to get some money from Palace eventually.
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