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There will have been lots of young starlets, reserve players of prem teams etc watching that game, that atmosphere and more importantly that comaradery ? last night and being very envious.

 

I bet a few agents have had their ear bent this morning.

:D:icon_lol::angry:

 

+1 since i think he means it

 

 

Are you two mackems in disguise?

 

Ofcourse I meant it. There will have been loads watching that game and the reactions when Enrique scored, envious as fuck.

 

I'm not talking Torres etc but I am talking the likes of players Chris willbe after this summer.

 

The likes of the perch?? Kid who had Jonas in his pocket all night, the likes of other young good'uns here and abroad, the likes of prem players who can't hold down a regular slot.

 

These are the players we will be after and they would love what they saw on the pitch aswell as being impressed by Hughton.

 

Seriously, I can't see how you two can't see it.

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Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has warned Newcastle owner Mike Ashley he will have to splash out more than £60million this summer to guarantee his club’s Barclays Premier League future.

 

Davies left St James’ Park on Monday night convinced he had seen the Championship champions. Newcastle delivered a potential knock-out blow to Forest’s title ambitions by beating them 2-0, leaving them nine points adrift of second-placed West Bromwich and facing the prospect of a play-off lottery.

 

Since a minor wobble at the turn of the year, when Forest got within touching distance of Chris Hughton’s side, Newcastle have proved their Premier League class. Their last defeat was in October, they are on the brink of remaining unbeaten at home throughout the season for the first time since 1877 and Steve Harper has set a club record of 20 clean sheets.

 

Promotion will be guaranteed with wins over Peterborough on Saturday and Sheffield United on Easter Monday — and then the speculation surrounding Ashley’s future will intensify.

 

He failed to sell the club for £100m in the autumn but knows promotion is likely to at least double the club’s value. There are no signs that parties interested in purchasing the club then intend to make improved offers, or that Ashley is considering a fresh sale.

 

The sportswear businessman was seen leaping for joy in the directors’ box on Monday and he has put plans in place for next season. Former Northampton

boss Graham Carr has been scouring the country for talent and Ashley, who has already ploughed more than £300m into the club, has set a £25,000-a-week wage cap on new recruits.

 

Three years ago Davies took Derby to the top flight via the play-offs but, with his hands tied by a lack of investment, he quit after winning just six points in 14 games. And he warned Newcastle they need to splash out if they are to survive and compete at the top level.

 

‘They’ll be facing a very difficult task,’ he said. ‘When Derby went up, Tottenham were a very good Premier League side and they spent £50m on top of what they had. 'Newcastle are different from other clubs who’ve been promoted because of where they come from. They’re already sitting here with a budget that exceeds X amount, with a squad depth that has huge experience. But they still need to spend and, as a greedy manager, I think at least £40m for the first window and £20m for the second.

 

‘But they have very good experienced players: Gutierrez, Enrique, Ameobi — you can go through the team. They are better equipped than others and are a different animal — an animal ready-made for the Premier League with a Premier League infrastructure, but it will need an injection of new players.

 

They deserve great credit for getting into the Premier League but they know that it takes huge spending to compete.’

 

Jose Enrique, 24, whose first career goal on Monday rounded off the leaders’ seventh successive home win, has been a revelation.

 

Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland.

 

Enrique knows Newcastle need to invest to avoid a painful repeat of relegation and he is convinced Hughton is the man to continue leading the club.

 

He said: ‘In the Premier League, we know the teams are a different level. We have a good team for the Championship and we need players for the Premier League, but that’s normal.

 

'Every team will need new players. Those who decided to stay after relegation decided it was better to try to help win promotion than to leave straight after the drop.

 

'Even last summer when I said I wanted to stay, I meant it. I don’t lie. People will now believe and realise why I did it.

 

‘And Chris Hughton deserves the credit. He is the best manager I’ve ever had here in three seasons. He’s had one season and has grown into the job.

 

‘People who say he will not be as good in the Premier League are being unfair. Why not? The club want him to stay, he’s very keen to stay and the players want to work with Chris next season.’

 

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Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

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Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

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you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

 

 

I don't mind reading your posts, but that reply and the failure to see what I'm driving at leads me to think you are a complete utter dipshit.

 

Sorry like.

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

 

 

I don't mind reading your posts, but that reply and the failure to see what I'm driving at leads me to think you are a complete utter dipshit.

 

Sorry like.

 

Well, what are you driving at? We didnt get rid in January, why should we sell to sunderland in the summer? (You cantankerous old fart)

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

 

 

I don't mind reading your posts, but that reply and the failure to see what I'm driving at leads me to think you are a complete utter dipshit.

 

Sorry like.

 

Well, what are you driving at? We didnt get rid in January, why should we sell to sunderland in the summer? (You cantankerous old fart)

 

discussion over, as you're too young and stupid to see the point.

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

 

 

Nice try at changing the subject old man, but how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias?????????????? :D:icon_lol::angry:

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

 

 

I don't mind reading your posts, but that reply and the failure to see what I'm driving at leads me to think you are a complete utter dipshit.

 

Sorry like.

 

Well, what are you driving at? We didnt get rid in January, why should we sell to sunderland in the summer? (You cantankerous old fart)

 

discussion over, as you're too young and stupid to see the point.

 

And your too old and senile to remember the point :D

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

 

 

Nice try at changing the subject old man, but how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias?????????????? :D:icon_lol::angry:

 

what time are you up for school in the morning ?

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"Hughton will be keen to keep the former Villarreal defender, although his displays will have put him on the radar of Spanish and English clubs. He has already been the subject of interest from Sunderland."

 

 

says everything.

 

 

By that you must mean that because we didnt sell him in January, we will definitely not sell him in the summer?

 

 

I don't mind reading your posts, but that reply and the failure to see what I'm driving at leads me to think you are a complete utter dipshit.

 

Sorry like.

 

Well, what are you driving at? We didnt get rid in January, why should we sell to sunderland in the summer? (You cantankerous old fart)

 

discussion over, as you're too young and stupid to see the point.

 

And your too old and senile to remember the point :D

 

dear me.

 

The point is ........... sunderland................. :icon_lol:

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

 

 

Nice try at changing the subject old man, but how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias?????????????? :icon_lol::angry: :angry:

 

what time are you up for school in the morning ?

 

 

Its a bastard that alzheimers......you just get going on a point and then woooooosh, its gone. :D

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Enrique Says.....

 

 

Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

 

 

Nice try at changing the subject old man, but how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias?????????????? :icon_lol::angry: :angry:

 

what time are you up for school in the morning ?

 

 

Its a bastard that alzheimers......you just get going on a point and then woooooosh, its gone. :D

 

alreet dekka lad, I remember when this club was run by shite directors like you. Do you ?

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Hughton, whose side are 13 points clear of third-placed Forest with a game in hand, warrants enormous credit. “He has had a long career as a coach but this is the first time he has had the opportunity to be the boss and I think he has proved what a good one he is,” Jose Enrique, the Newcastle left back, said.

 

“Before, he was always a number two or number three but now he is in charge 100 per cent and I don’t have to say how good he is because the league table tells you that. For me, my personal opinion is that this is my third season at Newcastle and he is the best manager I have had here.

 

“I cannot believe how hard he works. He seems to spend 24 hours every day at the club. He is so dedicated to the job and gives his all. He is thinking about the games all the time, watches the videos and is so thorough in his preparations. The players respect him so much. The other managers were famous names, but it is not always about that. He is the man to take charge of us in the Premier League.

 

Nice

 

you're Lambarse aren't you ?

 

Fuck off.

 

Enriques words not mine......Now you dont like Enrique?

 

 

I pretty much liked Enrique the first time I saw him play, and posted it somewhere, but I do that often because I'm a good judge.

 

Same as I'm trying to tell you that Ashley [just like when I said repeatedly that the Halls and Shepherd were good owners] is a shite owner with no real ambition to put this club challenging at the level it ought to be.

 

 

Nice try at changing the subject old man, but how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias?????????????? :icon_lol::angry: :angry:

 

what time are you up for school in the morning ?

 

 

Its a bastard that alzheimers......you just get going on a point and then woooooosh, its gone. :D

 

alreet dekka lad, I remember when this club was run by shite directors like you. Do you ?

 

 

Shall I repeat it for you...... :angry:

 

how does me posting Enriques comments about Hughton make me Llambias??????????????

 

:sweat::angry: :angry: :sweat::wub:

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Chris Hughton hopes to snatch Spurs's Alan Hutton from under Sunderland's noses

 

A point tonight would guarantee Newcastle United’s return to the Barclays Premier League, but as Tyneside prepares to celebrate promotion at the first time of asking, Chris Hughton is already taking steps to bolster his first-team squad for the challenge that lies ahead, targeting Alan Hutton, the Tottenham Hotspur right back.

 

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, claimed at the weekend that non-sanctioned contact had been made between Newcastle and Hutton, the Scotland international, who is on loan at Sunderland. It represents an intriguing development, in terms of North East rivalry and Newcastle’s possible intentions for next season.

 

Sunderland hope to complete a permanent transfer for Hutton this summer — he joined Steve Bruce’s team on a temporary basis in January — but when asked about that prospect after his side’s 3-1 defeat at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, Redknapp volunteered information about Newcastle’s involvement.

 

“I think you will find Newcastle are in for him as well,” he said. “Someone has told me he has been talking to Newcastle. He is not supposed to be, but he has, you know. We will only let him go if we get an awful lot of money for him, otherwise he comes back to Tottenham.”

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Chris Hughton hopes to snatch Spurs's Alan Hutton from under Sunderland's noses

 

A point tonight would guarantee Newcastle United’s return to the Barclays Premier League, but as Tyneside prepares to celebrate promotion at the first time of asking, Chris Hughton is already taking steps to bolster his first-team squad for the challenge that lies ahead, targeting Alan Hutton, the Tottenham Hotspur right back.

 

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, claimed at the weekend that non-sanctioned contact had been made between Newcastle and Hutton, the Scotland international, who is on loan at Sunderland. It represents an intriguing development, in terms of North East rivalry and Newcastle’s possible intentions for next season.

 

Sunderland hope to complete a permanent transfer for Hutton this summer — he joined Steve Bruce’s team on a temporary basis in January — but when asked about that prospect after his side’s 3-1 defeat at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, Redknapp volunteered information about Newcastle’s involvement.

 

“I think you will find Newcastle are in for him as well,” he said. “Someone has told me he has been talking to Newcastle. He is not supposed to be, but he has, you know. We will only let him go if we get an awful lot of money for him, otherwise he comes back to Tottenham.”

None starter then...

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Chris Hughton hopes to snatch Spurs's Alan Hutton from under Sunderland's noses

 

A point tonight would guarantee Newcastle United’s return to the Barclays Premier League, but as Tyneside prepares to celebrate promotion at the first time of asking, Chris Hughton is already taking steps to bolster his first-team squad for the challenge that lies ahead, targeting Alan Hutton, the Tottenham Hotspur right back.

 

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, claimed at the weekend that non-sanctioned contact had been made between Newcastle and Hutton, the Scotland international, who is on loan at Sunderland. It represents an intriguing development, in terms of North East rivalry and Newcastle’s possible intentions for next season.

 

Sunderland hope to complete a permanent transfer for Hutton this summer — he joined Steve Bruce’s team on a temporary basis in January — but when asked about that prospect after his side’s 3-1 defeat at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, Redknapp volunteered information about Newcastle’s involvement.

 

“I think you will find Newcastle are in for him as well,” he said. “Someone has told me he has been talking to Newcastle. He is not supposed to be, but he has, you know. We will only let him go if we get an awful lot of money for him, otherwise he comes back to Tottenham.”

None starter then...

 

 

Now what would you expect Harry to say? They paid about 8 mill for them and he is currently on loan to the mackems so we may get him for 4 or 5.

 

Know nowt about him like but at least its positive that we are looking for a right back

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