Friday, January 11, 2008

2007 Newcastle United Magpies

23 Shola Ameobi F 6-3 168 Oct 12, 1981 Zaria, Nigeria
33 Celestine Babayaro D 5-8 154 Aug 29, 1978 Kaduna, Nigeria
7 Joey Barton M 5-8 154 Sep 2, 1982 Huyton, England
21 Habib Beye D 6-0 174 Jan 19, 1977 Suresnes, France
22 Nicky Butt M 5-10 157 Jan 21, 1975 Manchester, England
6 Claudio Cacapa D 5-11 170 May 29, 1976 Lavras, Brazil
2 Stephen Carr D 5-9 172 Aug 29, 1976 Dublin, Ireland
39 Andrew Carroll F 5-5 143 Jan 6, 1989 Gateshead, England
11 Damien Duff M 5-10 132 Feb 3, 1979 Ballyboden, Ireland
30 David Edgar D 6-2 154 May 19, 1987 Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
5 Emre Emre Belozoglu M 5-7 176 Sep 7, 1980 Istanbul, Turkey
25 Abdoulaye Faye M 6-2 191 Feb 26, 1978 Dakar, Senegal
34 Fraser Forster G 6-0 167 Mar 17, 1988 England
20 Njitap Geremi D 5-11 185 Dec 20, 1978 Bafoussam, Cameroon
1 Shay Given G 6-0 185 Apr 20, 1976 Lifford, Ireland
13 Steve Harper G 6-2 183 Mar 14, 1975 Easington, England
3 Jose Sanchez Dias Jose Enrique D 6-0 168 Jan 23, 1986 Valencia, Spain
38 Kazenga LuaLua F 5-10 167 Dec 10, 1990 Congo
9 Obafemi Martins F 5-7 154 Oct 28, 1984 Lagos, Nigeria
16 James Milner M 6-0 169 Jan 4, 1986 Leeds, England
14 Charles N'Zogbia M 5-7 154 May 28, 1986 Harfleur, France
10 Michael Owen F 5-8 154 Dec 14, 1979 Chester, England
26 Peter Ramage D 6-1 168 Nov 22, 1983 Ashington, England
4 David Rozehnal D 6-3 176 Jul 5, 1980 Sternberk, Czech Republic
17 Alan Smith F 5-9 163 Oct 28, 1980 Rothwell, England
27 Steven Taylor D 6-2 179 Jan 23, 1986 Newcastle, England
Ben Tozer D 0-0 0 Plymouth
37 James Troisi M 5-10 178 Jul 3, 1988 Adelaide, Australia
36 Mark Viduka F 6-2 191 Oct 9, 1975 Melbourne, Australia

Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp has insisted that he is "happy down on the south coast" after bookmakers made him the favorite to succeed Sam Allardyce as Newcastle's manager. Geordie legend Alan Shearer was the early favorite after Allardyce's shock departure yesterday but, when the BBC reported that Shearer wanted to continue in his Match of the Day pundit role, Redknapp emerged as the new front-runner. But Redknapp, responding to the speculation, told The News in Portsmouth: "I really do not know anything about this. I have not spoken to anyone from Newcastle. When I saw Sam had left my immediate thoughts were that Alan Shearer was a certainty to take over. There's nothing in my being linked with the job. I had an offer not so long ago to take over at what I consider a massive club but I didn't go. I am happy down on the south coast."

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