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    Michael James Owen Could Become Toon First Summer Signing

    Despite being injured for most of his time with Newcastle, YMO is still one of Newcastle player that being highly praise by Kevin Keegan and was his biggest priority to have sign for Toon this summer.

    Although his appearance for Newcastle since his £16million signing from Real Madrid in 2005, restricted to only 37 league starts, Keegan is insist that Owen can become “one of the Tyneside greats” and identified as his priority this summer …

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    Handling the Football Administration Behind the Scenes

    Speaking about how many transfer kitty that the top four would spend in the summer is like a daydreaming story for most of us, an ordinary supporters, who have to work all day and all night to collect pennies just for a ticket in weekend to see our team playing.

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    These are coming the sunday newspapers and many of them circulating the old and new speculations about the premierships team summer transfers. From News Of …

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    Arsenal vs Newcastle United – Premier League Preview

    Newcastle United will try to redeem Arsenal's determination and will give them a full 90 minutes of tests to their title ambition this season.

    Keegan's Newcastle side will welcome Mark Viduka to have a return after having missed the last two fixtures. But Emre will still out to serves his last game suspension. Joey Barton, although he is joining the team on training, will not get involved.

    The shine again Shola Ameobi is in little …

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    There’s No Rift Between Keegan And Michael Owen

    For some of the Toon Army and the gloomy press news, the signing of Kevin Keegan as United boss last Wednesday could be the end of Michael Owen career at Newcastle.

    Owen talk about his time under Keegan on his autobiography book was brought up at King Kev Press conference yesterday, but he answer all the speculations about his relationship with the England striker by making him United skipper today against Bolton.

    “Not only will …

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    Need A High Commitment One To Be United’s Skipper

    After the one which was a setback at the JJB Stadium, United now looking for a new and more dedicated skipper to lead United for the foreseeable future.

    I really think the lads will needed one when they arrive for Saturday’s game at Stamford Bridge – a ground where we have never won from previously 14 visits in the Premier League. After that United’s next four away League games are against the Top team Manchester …