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Kieron Dyer Statement

 

NEWCASTLE United today issued the following statement regarding midfielder Kieron Dyer.

 

 

Kieron Dyer has a medical problem which has contributed to his lack of fitness

 

Unfortunately, he has suffered ANOTHER reaction following his appearance last weekend and will require further specialist attention to help him regain his full fitness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.............Talk about stating the blatent obvious...! :rimshot:

 

 

 

Ah well, at least we should have Luque back soon.........

Edited by Geordie Boyo

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Did we ever have the chance in reality?

 

It seems like they are suggesting it isn't all down to just pulling muscles but more a medical condition he has, possibly one which he needs to take medication for and it is that medication that is contributing to the muscle problems.

 

At least if it is something like this there may be a way to overcome it!

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

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Guest alex
all footballers these days are puffs

 

FACT

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Apart from Darren Ambrose, obviously.

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

52327[/snapback]

 

Hello Kieron how you doing?

 

Major, major asset my arse. Major, major ignorant, arrogant, overated prick.

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

52327[/snapback]

 

Hello Kieron how you doing?

 

Major, major asset my arse. Major, major ignorant, arrogant, overated prick.

52339[/snapback]

So, you don't like him?

:rimshot:

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Shame, he made a massive difference when he came on last weekend. The super-sub role is an ideal one for him to fully utilise his pace and his ability to go at defenders from the channels

 

Hopefully he'll be back fit sooner rather than later.

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

52327[/snapback]

 

Hello Kieron how you doing?

 

Major, major asset my arse. Major, major ignorant, arrogant, overated prick.

52339[/snapback]

So, you don't like him?

:rimshot:

52347[/snapback]

 

Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

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Shame, he made a massive difference when he came on last weekend.  The super-sub role is an ideal one for him to fully utilise his pace and his ability to go at defenders from the channels

 

Hopefully he'll be back fit sooner rather than later.

52352[/snapback]

80k a week for a "super sub"??? :rimshot:

 

Plus it was against WBA ffs.

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Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

52367[/snapback]

 

No, he's Tony Montana. Little known fact; when he says, "Say hello to my little friend", he's referring to Wacky Jnr!

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

52327[/snapback]

 

Hello Kieron how you doing?

 

Major, major asset my arse. Major, major ignorant, arrogant, overated prick.

52339[/snapback]

So, you don't like him?

:rimshot:

52347[/snapback]

 

Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

52367[/snapback]

 

Bowyer is neither smooth nor racist tbh therefore I do not compare!

 

(For those of you who don't get jokes - i'm not really racist. :tumbleweed: )

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It's a terrible shame and I feel a bit sorry for him too. He showed last weekend just what he can bring to the team - a fully fit and confident Dyer would be a major, major asset. I had a look at the threads over at Newcastle Online and the abuse Dyer is getting there is absolutely shocking. It's an extremely frustrating sitation for the club and the player and I don't see the point in giving Dyer even more stick.

 

Hopefully it's nothing serious (the statement suggests otherwise though) and he'll be back soon.

52327[/snapback]

 

Hello Kieron how you doing?

 

Major, major asset my arse. Major, major ignorant, arrogant, overated prick.

52339[/snapback]

So, you don't like him?

:rimshot:

52347[/snapback]

 

Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

52367[/snapback]

 

Bowyer is neither smooth nor racist tbh therefore I do not compare!

 

(For those of you who don't get jokes - i'm not really racist. :angry: )

52370[/snapback]

 

Bullshit tbh :tumbleweed:

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Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

52367[/snapback]

 

No, he's Tony Montana. Little known fact; when he says, "Say hello to my little friend", he's referring to Wacky Jnr!

52369[/snapback]

 

:rimshot:

 

Wacky will love that crack!

Edited by Smooth Operator

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Maybe Smooth Operator is in fact Lee Bowyer?

52367[/snapback]

 

No, he's Tony Montana. Little known fact; when he says, "Say hello to my little friend", he's referring to Wacky Jnr!

52369[/snapback]

 

:rimshot:

 

Wacky will love that crack!

52375[/snapback]

 

I've got no friends - I only have associates - fact tbh

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I've got no friends - I only have associates - fact tbh

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I'm hurt tbh.

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Anyone see this the other day?

 

Tuesday's gossip column

All the latest football gossip from the day's papers.

Manchester United officials intervened to stop the broadcast of a Roy Keane interview on club television channel MUTV in which he criticised several players. (Various)

 

Keane could be out of Old Trafford in the January transfer window after his outburst. (The Sun)

 

Steve Staunton will take over as Republic of Ireland manager next week. (Daily Mirror)

 

Spurs captain Ledley King is happy to sign a new deal with the club. (The Guardian)

 

Sir Bobby Robson will take over at Hearts but only if they significantly improve the financial package on offer. (Daily Mirror)

 

Middlesbrough are worried about losing midfielder George Boateng on a free transfer at the end of the season. (Daily Mail, Daily Mirror)

 

Mansfield will appoint Peter Shirtliff as their permanent manager after his spell as caretaker boss. (Daily Mail)

 

An unnamed player has tested positive for cocaine three times in the last 18 months but has avoided a life ban. (The Guardian)

 

Celtic have lined up Belarus striker Vitaly Kutuzov as a replacement should John Hartson leave the Glasgow club. They have been given first option on the 25-year-old, presently on loan with Sampdoria but due to leave AC Milan in the summer. (Daily Mail)

 

British Columbia midfielder Keegan Ayre has started a two-week trial with Hibernian. The 17-year-old Canada youth international is also wanted by Sheffield Wednesday, Ipswich Town, Dundee and West Ham United. (Daily Express)

 

Story from BBC SPORT:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/sport1/hi...ers/4394956.stm

 

Published: 2005/11/01 11:12:07 GMT

 

© BBC MMV

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Nicked from the Guardian's Fiver

 

QUOTE OF THE DAY

 

"I have to say he has been a model professional and he has lived like

a monk to try to get back to full fitness" -Freddy Shepherd suggests

that a mixture of celibacy, 4am starts and hours spent Gregorian

chanting at Vespers may have contributed to Kieron Dyer's latest

setback.

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