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If he's leaving

then I won't be grieving

I will be pointing to

all of his deceiving

If he becomes a blue dipper

Hes as bad as the Yorkshire ripper

Anyway hes a cockney cunt

Milking applause hes got some front

The truth is hes shite

And deep down the lads a kopite

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Having said that he's the only defender to weigh in with a few goals each season we have. I'm struggling to recall the last one, Dabizas?

Bernard probably. In his first spell at the club that is :D

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STEVEN TAYLOR FEARS STITCH-UP

 

Defender wants to stay at troubled Newcastle

 

 

BEING FORCED OUT - Steven Taylor

 

 

By MARTIN HARDY, 22/08/2009

 

NEWCASTLE defender Steven Taylor fears he will be forced out to ease the club's crippling financial problems.

 

The England Under-21 captain is one of the few saleable players left at St James' Park.

 

Owner Mike Ashley still wants to boost the Toon's coffers and is prepared to sell Taylor for £8million.

 

And Taylor, 23, believes a move to Everton is being arranged behind his back.

 

A source close to the player said: "He feels he is being forced out.

 

"They are trying to get rid of the kid because they can't get rid of other players. They want to discredit him.

 

"It's so sad. They are trying to make him look a villain. He is gutted. The kid's been there since he was nine. He loves the club."

 

The club's future still lies on a knife edge with Ashley STILL undecided on whether to sell.

 

He needs to reduce the club's £48m wage bill to help push through a sale.

 

Ashley will make a final decision on Barry Moat's bid this week but the would-be buyer needs more funds to service the £40m overdraft he will inherit.

 

Sources close to Freddy Shepherd, who has tabled a £60m bid, insist he has NOT joined forces with Ray Ranson to try and take control.

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STEVEN TAYLOR FEARS STITCH-UP

 

Defender wants to stay at troubled Newcastle

 

 

BEING FORCED OUT - Steven Taylor

 

 

By MARTIN HARDY, 22/08/2009

 

NEWCASTLE defender Steven Taylor fears he will be forced out to ease the club's crippling financial problems.

 

The England Under-21 captain is one of the few saleable players left at St James' Park.

 

Owner Mike Ashley still wants to boost the Toon's coffers and is prepared to sell Taylor for £8million.

 

And Taylor, 23, believes a move to Everton is being arranged behind his back.

 

A source close to the player said: "He feels he is being forced out.

 

"They are trying to get rid of the kid because they can't get rid of other players. They want to discredit him.

 

"It's so sad. They are trying to make him look a villain. He is gutted. The kid's been there since he was nine. He loves the club."

 

The club's future still lies on a knife edge with Ashley STILL undecided on whether to sell.

 

He needs to reduce the club's £48m wage bill to help push through a sale.

 

Ashley will make a final decision on Barry Moat's bid this week but the would-be buyer needs more funds to service the £40m overdraft he will inherit.

 

Sources close to Freddy Shepherd, who has tabled a £60m bid, insist he has NOT joined forces with Ray Ranson to try and take control.

Has his dad started doing press-releases again?

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STEVEN TAYLOR FEARS STITCH-UP

 

Defender wants to stay at troubled Newcastle

 

 

BEING FORCED OUT - Steven Taylor

 

 

By MARTIN HARDY, 22/08/2009

 

NEWCASTLE defender Steven Taylor fears he will be forced out to ease the club's crippling financial problems.

 

The England Under-21 captain is one of the few saleable players left at St James' Park.

 

Owner Mike Ashley still wants to boost the Toon's coffers and is prepared to sell Taylor for £8million.

 

And Taylor, 23, believes a move to Everton is being arranged behind his back.

 

A source close to the player said: "He feels he is being forced out.

 

"They are trying to get rid of the kid because they can't get rid of other players. They want to discredit him.

 

"It's so sad. They are trying to make him look a villain. He is gutted. The kid's been there since he was nine. He loves the club."

 

The club's future still lies on a knife edge with Ashley STILL undecided on whether to sell.

 

He needs to reduce the club's £48m wage bill to help push through a sale.

 

Ashley will make a final decision on Barry Moat's bid this week but the would-be buyer needs more funds to service the £40m overdraft he will inherit.

 

Sources close to Freddy Shepherd, who has tabled a £60m bid, insist he has NOT joined forces with Ray Ranson to try and take control.

Has his dad started doing press-releases again?

 

That was my first thought.

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STEVEN TAYLOR FEARS STITCH-UP

 

Defender wants to stay at troubled Newcastle

 

 

BEING FORCED OUT - Steven Taylor

 

 

By MARTIN HARDY, 22/08/2009

 

NEWCASTLE defender Steven Taylor fears he will be forced out to ease the club's crippling financial problems.

 

The England Under-21 captain is one of the few saleable players left at St James' Park.

 

Owner Mike Ashley still wants to boost the Toon's coffers and is prepared to sell Taylor for £8million.

 

And Taylor, 23, believes a move to Everton is being arranged behind his back.

 

A source close to the player said: "He feels he is being forced out.

 

"They are trying to get rid of the kid because they can't get rid of other players. They want to discredit him.

 

"It's so sad. They are trying to make him look a villain. He is gutted. The kid's been there since he was nine. He loves the club."

 

The club's future still lies on a knife edge with Ashley STILL undecided on whether to sell.

 

He needs to reduce the club's £48m wage bill to help push through a sale.

 

Ashley will make a final decision on Barry Moat's bid this week but the would-be buyer needs more funds to service the £40m overdraft he will inherit.

 

Sources close to Freddy Shepherd, who has tabled a £60m bid, insist he has NOT joined forces with Ray Ranson to try and take control.

Has his dad started doing press-releases again?

 

That was my first thought.

Good old Alf.

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How can it be a stitch up, surely no is no when your on a long contract. Apart from bullshit from the Taylor camp, am I missing something. Can the club sell if the player says no?

 

technically I dont think you can but at the same time, a club can make it hard for a player to stay "we need to sell you for the club to compete", "if you dont go then you wont be played", "we'll kill your dog" etc etc

 

At the same time this article could be a "I bleed black and white and dont want to go honest" written while on the phone to Moyes begging a move.

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How can it be a stitch up, surely no is no when your on a long contract. Apart from bullshit from the Taylor camp, am I missing something. Can the club sell if the player says no?

 

technically I dont think you can but at the same time, a club can make it hard for a player to stay "we need to sell you for the club to compete", "if you dont go then you wont be played", "we'll kill your dog" etc etc

 

All of which we know is bollocks.

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How can it be a stitch up, surely no is no when your on a long contract. Apart from bullshit from the Taylor camp, am I missing something. Can the club sell if the player says no?

 

technically I dont think you can but at the same time, a club can make it hard for a player to stay "we need to sell you for the club to compete", "if you dont go then you wont be played", "we'll kill your dog" etc etc

 

All of which we know is bollocks.

 

I dunno, I wouldnt put a bit of doggycide past Llambias, in fact he looks the type to partake in a bit of doggyfiddling tbh :lol:

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