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NEWCASTLE, Pardew: "We need new players, Demba ba will remain"

06.08.2012 08.15 by Marco Gori  read 1057
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Interviewed by The Shields Gazette, Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has declared: "It’s out of my hands now. We’ve done the selection process and put a number of players in front of our executives, and now it’s about getting the players who can take the club forward. It's never easy at this level. But the one thing I do know is that we're getting the right noises from the players. As has been reported, the players want to come. Demba Ba? I think he’s said all he needed to say – he’s a Newcastle player, and he enjoys playing here".

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