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Rossi Moves To Newcastle

Rossi Moves To Newcastle

Italian youngster Giuseppe Rossi has moved to Newcastle United on loan until the January transfer window.

With Shearer retiring, Michael Owen injured, Martins injured, and Ameobi crap, the Magpies were in the market for a striker, and it appears they have no money to do anything.

In a bizarre move, considering we're a little bit short on attacking players (even with Smith coming back) Rossi will make the move to the North East until January 1st.

Even Sir Alex thinks it was a bit silly:

'It was a big decision for us especially as we don't have the choice of strikers.'

However we're not doing this to help them, more to help the player gain valuable Premiership experience. Just as long as he doesn't do too well for the Barcodes, it'll be a good move!

(Apologies for the previous article, I said nothing had happened...well it has-Sorry!)


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Date:Thursday August 31 2006
Time: 9:34AM

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Could be a good move to get him some practice - and well done for adding a "no matches against us" clause, because you know what always happens. I just hope, for the sake of the future of football, Rossi does turn into what Fergie thinks he will and won't just vanish.
NeilBaker
31/08/2006 12:18:00
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WHAT HAPPENED TO TEVEZ AND MASCHERANO HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA! looks like man u cant compete in the transfer market with West Ham. Come on the chels!
Adilson
31/08/2006 13:25:00
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ya adilson lets see who will be laughin at de end of de season!!!
rosh16
31/08/2006 14:08:00
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ha ha chelsea wanted them boh aswell adn they aint confirmed at west ham yet
carrickisours
31/08/2006 16:05:00
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they r now
carrickisours
31/08/2006 21:20:00
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very good signing for newcastle, i can see him scoring a few goals, man u need another striker!
green giant 12
01/09/2006 00:15:00
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This is good news for United fans. It would appear that this time next year Giuseppe Rossi will be a part of the first time line up. Newcastle have a belting player in Giuseppe Rossi. Newcastle need soe luck and although not a fan I think they are a cracking club with fans that any team in the world would gladly pledge their aleigence too. Giuseppe Rossi won't let Newcastle down. & all this bull about Man u being short on strikers.... Are you joking?! Rooney will be lucky to get back in the squad after his ban.
Cpt. Mainwaring
01/09/2006 15:17:00
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How can Newcastle keep making these good deals?
USA
02/09/2006 02:11:00
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Good move for all concerned if he gets first team experience.
sandgroanun
02/09/2006 11:41:00
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he should keep his place in newcastle cause he is a goal scorer and he will score goals and then when he returns in january maybe we can use him finally but what worrys me is we wont have him for champions league if newcastle use him in uefa cup
carrickisours
02/09/2006 14:34:00
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