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Smart move by Pardew giving players a run out when he did as it's far easier coming in under those circumstances and doing a job.

Yup.

 

Something which Hughton should have done a lot more, especially last season.

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Magpies pair Shane Ferguson and Patrick McLaughlin have been called into the Northern Ireland under-21 squad for their friendly against Wales - meaning they could come up against Toon team-mate Paul Dummett.

 

Left-back Dummett is in the Wales squad for the clash at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground on Wednesday, February 9, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Now Ferguson, who made his Premier League debut against West Ham earlier this month and already has one senior international cap, and midfielder McLaughlin, who has been a consistent performer for Peter Beardsley's Reserve team, have been chosen for Northern Ireland.

 

Ferguson, 19, and McLaughlin, 20, both have four caps at under-21 level. They have also played for their country at under-19 and under-17 level.

 

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Magpies pair Shane Ferguson and Patrick McLaughlin have been called into the Northern Ireland under-21 squad for their friendly against Wales - meaning they could come up against Toon team-mate Paul Dummett.

 

Left-back Dummett is in the Wales squad for the clash at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground on Wednesday, February 9, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Now Ferguson, who made his Premier League debut against West Ham earlier this month and already has one senior international cap, and midfielder McLaughlin, who has been a consistent performer for Peter Beardsley's Reserve team, have been chosen for Northern Ireland.

 

Ferguson, 19, and McLaughlin, 20, both have four caps at under-21 level. They have also played for their country at under-19 and under-17 level.

 

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Foul? :jesuswept:

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Magpies pair Shane Ferguson and Patrick McLaughlin have been called into the Northern Ireland under-21 squad for their friendly against Wales - meaning they could come up against Toon team-mate Paul Dummett.

 

Left-back Dummett is in the Wales squad for the clash at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground on Wednesday, February 9, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Now Ferguson, who made his Premier League debut against West Ham earlier this month and already has one senior international cap, and midfielder McLaughlin, who has been a consistent performer for Peter Beardsley's Reserve team, have been chosen for Northern Ireland.

 

Ferguson, 19, and McLaughlin, 20, both have four caps at under-21 level. They have also played for their country at under-19 and under-17 level.

 

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Foul? ;)

 

fuck off man, hes going down before he's even touched him :jesuswept: this brings us back to tiotes sending off, is ferguson in full control with both legs off the ground? :lol:

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Magpies pair Shane Ferguson and Patrick McLaughlin have been called into the Northern Ireland under-21 squad for their friendly against Wales - meaning they could come up against Toon team-mate Paul Dummett.

 

Left-back Dummett is in the Wales squad for the clash at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground on Wednesday, February 9, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Now Ferguson, who made his Premier League debut against West Ham earlier this month and already has one senior international cap, and midfielder McLaughlin, who has been a consistent performer for Peter Beardsley's Reserve team, have been chosen for Northern Ireland.

 

Ferguson, 19, and McLaughlin, 20, both have four caps at under-21 level. They have also played for their country at under-19 and under-17 level.

 

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Foul? ;)

 

fuck off man, hes going down before he's even touched him :jesuswept: this brings us back to tiotes sending off, is ferguson in full control with both legs off the ground? :lol:

 

He's jumping out the way, the big nancy :blush:

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Magpies pair Shane Ferguson and Patrick McLaughlin have been called into the Northern Ireland under-21 squad for their friendly against Wales - meaning they could come up against Toon team-mate Paul Dummett.

 

Left-back Dummett is in the Wales squad for the clash at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground on Wednesday, February 9, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Now Ferguson, who made his Premier League debut against West Ham earlier this month and already has one senior international cap, and midfielder McLaughlin, who has been a consistent performer for Peter Beardsley's Reserve team, have been chosen for Northern Ireland.

 

Ferguson, 19, and McLaughlin, 20, both have four caps at under-21 level. They have also played for their country at under-19 and under-17 level.

 

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Foul? ;)

Nah. Just a power fart!

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ALAN PARDEW has revealed his satisfaction at the progress of exciting teenager Shane Ferguson.

 

The skilful left-back has quickly elevated himself through the ranks at St James’ Park, and Pardew admits he is just a heartbeat away from the action in his role as understudy to Jose Enrique.

 

Ferguson shone in the Carling Cup victory at Chelsea but has not played in the first team since his impressive cameo against West Ham in January.

 

However, Pardew pulled him out of the reserve-team tour of Italy last week with Premier League action in mind.

 

Pardew told the Chronicle: “We kept Ferguson here rather then send him to Italy because he is close to the first-team squad now.

 

“I see him ultimately as a full-back, but he needs to get stronger.

 

 

“He is on the milk and steak diet, rather than the chicken and pasta, it is all about protein!

 

“He has a great chance here.”

 

Pardew also revealed he plans to assess his options with some of his younger fledglings with exciting midfielder Michael Richardson, England youth international Ryan Donaldson, currently on loan at Hartlepool, and giant defender Matthew Grieve all out of contract in the summer.

 

Unlucky Geordie lad Grieve sustained a horrific facial injury when he smashed his cheekbone while on loan at Stockport County and hopes to be back before the end of the reserve- team campaign.

 

Newcastle face Arsenal on March 9 at St James’ Park in their next reserve-team fixture.

 

Pardew added: “I do not have a problem with focusing on some of the younger players.

 

“I have a lot more time to do that now.

 

“We had the Man United game cancelled because of the surface last week, but there are games coming up.”

 

Pardew has always made it clear he prefers his youngsters to go out on loan, and the likes of Phil Airey and Tamas Kadar, who is recovering from a groin injury, look certainties to be farmed out again next season.

 

For now Pardew is happy to dangle the carrot of being a first- team squad member in front of some of his young guns.

 

He also hinted defender James Tavernier is in with a shout of the first team.

 

He added: “I know James is doing terrific with Gateshead.

 

“He has a real chance of threatening the squad next year.”

 

“He is on the milk and steak diet, rather than the chicken and pasta". :(

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Think we was just saying he needs to bulk up, so he's taking him off the CT 'weightwatchers day of the weigh-in' diet and putting him on the CT 'celebratory postweigh-in matchday and won't be able to go next week's weigh-in' diet :(

 

Chicken's a better source of protein than steak is it not?

 

 

They are about the same in protein levels but red meat has more Iron and more 'good' fats or so i have been told.

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Think we was just saying he needs to bulk up, so he's taking him off the CT 'weightwatchers day of the weigh-in' diet and putting him on the CT 'celebratory postweigh-in matchday and won't be able to go next week's weigh-in' diet :(

 

Chicken's a better source of protein than steak is it not?

 

 

They are about the same in protein levels but red meat has more Iron and more 'good' fats or so i have been told.

 

 

I think one of the relevant points here is that it's a Steak and Milk diet. Both high in fats. Suggests to me that he not only needs to build up his muscle mass but also his general overall mass.

 

At least we've moved on from the days of the '2 bottles of Stout' diet that was popular in the 70's/80's

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