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Post Match Discussion - Have Your Say

Post Match Discussion - Have Your Say

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Newcastle United and Manchester City battled out an enthralling 2-2 draw at St James' Park earlier this evening. What did you think of the game - have your say, now.

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What did you think of match referee Rob Styles?
Was Richard Dunne's own goal a fluke?
Did Mark Hughes get his tactics right?
Who was your man of the match?

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday October 20 2008
Time: 10:09PM

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Rob Styles was a "pot-luck" referee. Dunne's own goal was impossible, but somehow he did it. Mark Hughes did NOT get his tactics right. SWP was our best on the night.
Sindbad
20/10/2008 22:31:00
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Mark Hughes has a lot to think about for January, players need to step up their game and give reasons why they should be here next season.
ArabianKnight
20/10/2008 23:59:00
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Fair comments Arabianknight. Too many players went missing last night. Think only Ireland and SWP can come out of it with any credit, and the rest just weren't good enough! Two valuable point thrown away!
oliverblue
21/10/2008 07:05:00
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wasnt a penalty.....but when they go for you....take them.....Styles was rubbish throughout....I dont understand what Dunny was trying to do .......MH tactics all wrong......SWP only MOM because he was the better of a very poor bunch...... (not at all happy )
lincolnblue
21/10/2008 09:01:00
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