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    Obafemi Martins is All Set to Extend His Stay

    As being reported yesterday, despite numerously being linked with a big-money move to Arsenal since last year and having pressure from his loved one, Oba insists that he wants to stay in Kevin Keegan's Toon revolution.

    Both United and Martins already agreed in principle earlier, but while Newcastle fighting with relegation the concrete deal was delayed. Oba will have the increase in his weekly wage packet to around £90,000. He also agree to taking out …

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    Steven Taylor Got The King Attention

    Newcastle United local player, Steven Taylor has the guarantee for his long-term future with United team.

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    Kevin Keegan will taking care of the geordie lad after strengthening Newcastle's current squad before the transfer window ended in seven days.

    “I like Steven Taylor,” Keegan said, “I I thought Taylor was tremendous, and I have been very impressed with him every time I have seen him play for a long time now.”

    Currently, Kevin Keegan and his …

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    Steven Taylor Will Not Going Anywhere

    He may not have signed a new contract yet with Newcastle, and some Premierships club are eyeing his situation looking for any chance to lure him out from Tyneside. Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and the latest one West Hame are keep monitoring his latest progress.

    The only team in the ranks of the Big Four who didn't pay attention was Arsenal. Arsene Whinger absolutely not interested on him because he only wants import player to …

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    “Steven Taylor is a Winner” Big Sam

    Steven Taylor will not going anywhere, his future still with Newcastle United. The 21-year-old United Academy graduate center-back will fight every inch of the way for his place in the side, and Sam Allardyce believe that he will win his place back.

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    “I know he's very disappointed not being involved at the moment, but he's a young player for the future for us, and I think he'll get back in. If he does get back …

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    Allardyce Put the Blame Only at Taylor?

    Sam Allardyce moved out today to clear-up his statement two days ago, saying that he is pointing at Steven Taylor as the sample for other Toon players about the “bonus” they will received when they have a dip even in one game.

    Steven Taylor - BBCNews

    The media has reported that Big Sam was singled out Taylor to critism about the defeat against Manchester City last month. Big Sam added later that the whole statement means not just pointed …