Stevie Taylor – It’s good to talk.

Posted on January 17th, 2010 | 115 Comments |

Chris Hughton: "Makes us tick" says Steven Taylor.
Chris Hughton: "Makes us tick" says Steven Taylor.
In an interview with the Observer, Steven Taylor becomes the latest Newcastle United player to back Chris Hughton’s approach to management. The 23 year old now feels that for the first time in his short playing career, the squad are pulling together and that there is a great team spirit and ethic in the dressing room.

Things have been going better than expected but we still aren’t out of the woods yet. There are still many issues at Newcastle. It’s just a case at the minute of results masking some issues. However, this period of calm is welcomed by Taylor. He said:

“I think we’re on an even keel now though, we’re stable. The club’s turned round, Newcastle United’s changed for the better.”

As I have mentioned before, it will be a while before we can say that the club has turned around, but the Greenwich born Geordie believes Chris Hughton is a major factor behind this current feel good factor, with Taylor praising the gaffer’s approach to the player’s saying:

“Chris is always chatting to all of us, always explaining things – and you can talk to him about anything.”

“His door is always open to everyone and the lads love him for it. He’s a real players’ manager who has had nowhere near the praise he deserves. You’ll never, ever, hear anyone moaning about Chris around this place. It makes a big change at Newcastle United but we all respect him far too much for that.”

“The lads here always sat around in three groups: foreign, young and older, but that doesn’t happen anymore, we all just mix in.”

I’m glad Hughton is getting some deserved respect, but lets not forget that as a manager he is still learning and relatively inexperienced, and there will be time when he has to read the riot act to the lads. Taylor thinks though, that squad are their own harshest crtics. The former England Under-21 added:

“One of the reasons we’re successful is that we’re being honest with each other now. In the past some lads got upset about things but kept their feelings back and then didn’t perform on the pitch. It caused rivalries but this season, under Chris, it’s been great because we’ve been encouraged to talk about things as a team, to get it all off our chests. We’ve learnt the best way is being honest with each other.”

Relegation almost feels like a fresh start, a chance to build again, or maybe that is being used as an excuse to hide our dissapointment? Most of the fans had forgot the winning feeling, but that has returned now and personally I’m enjoying going to matches a lot more. Don’t get me wrong, the football in this league has been poor at times, from all teams, but pretty football doesn’t put points on board whereas winning does. Taylor spoke on relegation and added:

“There were players in the past here who didn’t give their all, but but now we all definitely feel a sense of responsibility for what happened last season. We want to fight for each other, if someone gets tackled we’ll help them out.”

“In the past silly things were always going on but we don’t have those problems anymore, probably because certain people aren’t here. The newspapers are more interested in Big Brother than Newcastle United now. And we’ve got what this club always needed, players who really want to play for it.”

Sound words from a player who a majority of fans feel an affinity towards. Taylor was one of the players who you could see was visibly distressed on the final day of last season at Villa Park. As a fan, it’s always nice to see the players caring and wanting to play for the shirt, and that’s something very few of us can deny that we are seeing so far this season.

Steven Taylor turns 24 next Saturday but is now a part of the fixtures and fittings at St James’ Park, and surely the lad has to be a candidate for at least the vice-captaincy, maybe the full capataincy given time? At times he has been error prone, but the pairing of him and Coloccini have been very solid this season, and have been major contributers to us standing top of league!

It’s nice to see us making some nice headlines for a change. Long may this work ethic, determination and calm continue!

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115 Responses

  1. I don’t think Chris Hughton has received the credit he deserves for turning a complete shambles of a team, or in other words, want aways, couldn’t cares, over expensive has beens and fundamentally divisive groups of players, into the team who are at last showing some spirit and playing for the shirt. I go back to last May and the shennanigans during the summer when everyone was predicting us playing mid table at best and some even felt we would plummet through this division and do a ‘Leeds’. Hand on heart, who would have predicted this much harmony in the camp?

  2. batty says:
    January 17, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    “not slagging the blog but ed judas harrison did the same story last nite”

    To borrow a song title, it ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it, batty.

  3. Beckford withdraws Transfer request!!

    Ha ha ha ha ha Like i say time n time again to stardust and the other chubby chasers…..They havent a clue!!!

    Live with it.

    Nothing gonna happen again this transfer window, lik ei predicted Harewood on loan maybe one other on loan, and one going out……

    Same old same old!!!

    You FB get outta our club!!

  4. deb i dont think we will realy know how good hughton has done untill we are playing in the prem with him in charge because i think alot of it has too do with the drop in division sweaty pie

  5. Jay Jay, thats true but its better than them coming out with disruptive comments.
    I was looking at the squad details and I see that not only do we have Xisco out on loan, who has been mentioned several times lately but Zamblera is still on the books, could either of them be recalled if the squad becomes really depleted (i.e even more than it is).
    The other loanees are Forster who is doing great for Norwich and someone I reckon we need to keep and Godsmark who I believe is a nippy skillful winger a player type we could do with at present.
    Actually I don’t think the squad is that bad if you count in the promising youngsters, who are probably going to have to show their qualities over the next few months.

  6. geordie deb says:
    January 17, 2010 at 1:51 pm
    Afternoon Batty – you had your Sunday dinner yet?
    <<< no just cooking it now

  7. jay jay says:
    January 17, 2010 at 1:52 pm
    Spending much time on ed’s blog batty?
    <<<< no jay jay cant stand the bloke hes a bit like stu he has let people bully him into changing his opinions lol

  8. workyticket says:
    January 17, 2010 at 1:54 pm
    batty says:
    January 17, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    “not slagging the blog but ed judas harrison did the same story last nite”

    To borrow a song title, it ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it, batty.
    <<<< yes but what iam saying is the train is 12 hours late , so pick your game up worky after all u are the night owl :lol:

  9. Batty
    This is the one occasion i would HATE to be right matey. But sadly, i have the vision to see right through the incompetent cockney tossers that are running our club, as does the 98% of true fans.

    It just galls me that the likes of Stardust and his cult continue to back and support the very people who have made our beloved club a laughing stock in the world of football. And to this very day still think they can take the p*** out of us by releasing garbage statements aboiut backing the Manager, wanting promotio blah blah…..Lambsarse stated months ago that if Hughton wanted a million quid for a player they would look at it….he told everybody then the way the club would be run……STARDUST…Arsenals Blueprint!!! You make me laugh…..

  10. geordie deb says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    “Batty – you do me sweety don’t you???”

    That could be taken the wrong way n’all! :D

  11. Batty
    Yeah well, Hughton has done a decent enough job in THIS LEAGUE. But we all know he’ll be nothing other than a yes man!!

    Do you think the likes of Killgallon and Beckford maybe thought we didnt want them enough? I mewan the Owner and Chairmen in the middle of a transfer window decide to F*** off to Vegas for a Jolly….COMMITMENT that eh??
    Cant ever rememeber John Hall or Shepherd doing anything like that…coming top think of it….The ARSENAL Blueprint Stardust….Do arsenals Board F*** off for a jolly during transfer windows?? NO…There at the club asking Wenger if he wants a new striker…….

  12. batty says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    “yes but what iam saying is the train is 12 hours late , so pick your game up worky after all u are the night owl”

    Ed’s more “newsy”, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But this site is slightly more reflective, and the stories can take longer to write sometimes. Toonsy’s is very good, he’s obviously put quite alot of thought into it, and that can take slightly more time.

    Plus I didn’t get an e,mail to tell me he’d done it until 12.30 today.

  13. AKA as Big Knob now apparently, Batty I think the loss of both would be a disaster but we could probably struggle if both went down at same time. Don’t misunderstand me, I aint saying we should’t be getting new experienced players in but I think the sqaud could probably cope if push came to shove.

  14. Davey G says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    “Yeah well, Hughton has done a decent enough job in THIS LEAGUE. But we all know he’ll be nothing other than a yes man!!”

    Erm, all managers are “yes” men, otherwise they end up as pundits on ESPN and MOTD, Davey.

  15. worky – Yes, true! I had to take the wife shopping as she wouldn’t shut up! Also, thinking does take me some time,yes! :D

  16. “Erm, all managers are “yes” men, otherwise they end up as pundits on places like ESPN.”

    Or the BBC!

  17. Worky Ticket

    Fergie and Wenger YES men??
    The fact they are the 2 most successful Managers in the EPL identifies them as anything but yes men.

    Moyes, Benitez..Mourinho….all very good Managers, will not be dictated to by their board…..They are BACKED by their board….they gain their employment by telling the board what they require in the way of backing to make their teams a successful team…..In the past they have all come out and explained when their hands have been tied financially…..them or their boards have never LIED to the fans EVER!

  18. workyticket says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    I’m not too sure who Fergie, Wenger, Mourinho or O’neill say yes too!

    Think you’ll find they have the ultimate final word on all things regarding the playing side of the club.

    I’m yet to be convinced Hughton has the same job description.

    As for Beckford, well I’ll give Ashley and Llambias one thing, their consistant in their in-ability to arrange transfers for whichever manager it is.

    I’m beginning to thing we really will end up with a smaller squad at the end of Jan than we had on the 1st Jan.

    Still time though…

  19. workyticket says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:18 pm
    Davey G says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    “Yeah well, Hughton has done a decent enough job in THIS LEAGUE. But we all know he’ll be nothing other than a yes man!!”

    Erm, all managers are “yes” men, otherwise they end up as pundits on ESPN and MOTD, Davey
    <<<<<>>>> u fat lying cockney b@stard get oot of our club :lol:

  20. IMO Beckford and Killgallon have seen the wages on offer at NUFC and have realised there not much better (or less in Killgallon’s case) than their currently earning and have just said thanks, but no thanks.

    I really believe it is a total and utter embarrassment to the club that the two players they really wanted have decided they would rather stay at their current clubs(both well below NUFC, and in Leeds’ case a division below) rather than sign for us.

    One can get away I agree, but two???

    There is something amiss IMO.

  21. Davey G says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:26 pm
    Worky Ticket

    “Fergie and Wenger YES men??
    The fact they are the 2 most successful Managers in the EPL identifies them as anything but yes men.

    Moyes, Benitez..Mourinho….all very good Managers, will not be dictated to by their board…..They are BACKED by their board….they gain their employment by telling the board what they require in the way of backing to make their teams a successful team…..In the past they have all come out and explained when their hands have been tied financially…..them or their boards have never LIED to the fans EVER!”

    No it doesn’t, Davey. Do you really think that Ferguson wanted to sell Ronaldo and replace him with Valencia? When Benitez took on the Valencia DOF, he had to leave. and I seem to recall that Mourinho was sacked by Chelsea too. Sir Bobby Robson had little control over what happened when he was manager of Newcastle United. With all due respect Davey, you are living in a fantasy world.

  22. you cant really judge chris this season,you could have put a monkey in a suit to run the first team,with the squad we have.i understand he took the job in difficult circumstances,and i suppose you can commend him on that,but next season will be the test.
    this is the calm before the storm,impending doom lies around the corner i,m afraid.
    i think we will get the customary phantom sale,whoops no takers,and end up next season with pretty much the squad we have now.
    mike ashley will give it the usual we,re newcastle united we just cannot do it,and this squad is good enough to stay up.
    we will then go into the season with our usual threadbare squad,struggle like f**k,chris will probably get the boot,then fatty will be running around like basil fawlty looking for someone to pull him out of the crap,by which time it will be too late.
    i hope i,m wrong ,but if ashley continues down the same path i simply cannot see anything else happening.

  23. Worky,

    Benitez took on his board at Valencia and left – That doesn’t make him a yes man, in fact it makes him the total opposite. He took on the Anfield board and who left? Rick Parry! Also I never see him on ESPN or MOTD.

    As for Fergie, he had to sell Ronaldo because Ronaldo wanted out, he’s wanted out for two years and the general consensus is he did well to keep him last year too.

    Mourinho again isn’t a yes man, if he was he would still be at Chelsea as he would have just gone along with what Chelsea wanted and kept his mouth shut. But he’s not so he let people know he didn’t agree with it and lost his job.

    That in my mind makes him one of the most honourable and dignified men in football, someone who stands up for what he believes and isn’t silenced – And someone who doesn’t just say YES BOSS!

  24. TROJAN 69 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    “you cant really judge chris this season,you could have put a monkey in a suit to run the first team,”

    Do you see Chris Hughton as a “monkey in a suit”, Trojan?

  25. TROJAN 69 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    You’re actually presuming we’ll go up TROJAN!

    If we end this window with a smaller squad by 4 I’m not too sure the remaining squad will be big enough to secure automatic promotion.

    If it gets tight in April/May we will have a lot ot tired legs out there.

    We need 3/4 players in this month, loans if we cannot afford to buy, but we need the bodies.

  26. i am pleased that Beckford aint coming he would cost 2 million and who says he is beter than we already have at this level . What we need to do is get the simpson deal done and another cb in on loan for cover . Up front maybe Harewood back but to be honest with Ameobi , Carrol , Ranger and lovenkrands i think we have enough to get us promoted along with Nolans goals as well . Lets face it if we get promoted (and we will) Ashley will have us up for sale again and the less amount of players on the wage bill would help us get a quick sale . Thats imo the reason the fat cnut aint gonna buy more than 1or 2 players in this transfer window . Just hope that Geremi gets his move done before the end of january .

  27. workyticket says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:51 pm
    TROJAN 69 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    “you cant really judge chris this season,you could have put a monkey in a suit to run the first team,”

    Do you see Chris Hughton as a “monkey in a suit”, Trojan?
    <<<< u just wait till chuck see,s that comment lol

  28. worky,that was not meant as any racial slight against chris in any way shape of form.
    i was merely using that to illustate the quality of our squad,and that we could have played this season without a manager.
    if what i have said offends anyone of a different ethnic background,i am sorry.

  29. Another window of false hopes shattered, they have collectively done it again with Hughton the mouth piece, why oh why did they have to say that they had targets lined up and would bag them as soon as.
    I would rather they said nothing than feed us a load of bullcrap, even the most cynical of us hoped they would at last get it right but the jaunt to Vegas was evidence that they have no interest in bringing players in and i am waiting for the kick in the stones that they get an offer they cant turn down.
    Wenger gave an interview this morning saying club owners need to be looked at closer by the league as they are looking to asset strip clubs instead of building them back up, wonder who he was referring to there then?

  30. Hey Batty, you know that there is a natural food chain in football, are you dissapointed that we appear to be below Leeds and Sheff Utd?

    What has happened to the club when we cannot attract their players?

    I’m quite sad actually. Not the fact were not getting them particular players just we cannot attract them.

    Although I see Lovenkrands as a better option to Beckford It’s sad we cannot attract players from Div 1.

  31. Stuart79 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    That in my mind makes him one of the most honourable and dignified men in football, someone who stands up for what he believes and isn’t silenced – And someone who doesn’t just say YES BOSS!

    shallow hal , mr keegan done the very same thing so in future remember this post before laying into him for walking away from fat boy & his cronies – and dont deny it as i can recall all your feeble posts.

  32. To be honest,after hearing both our transfer targets are staying put and not coming to NUFC,i am kinda relieved to hear that.At least,if the two players really interested in coming,we can get them free after all.^^

    Firstly,Even though we hated the board way of style which include ashley,Managing a tight budget in a championship tier does helps the financial status of the club.

    We still can dip into the Loan market come feb,if we really needs cover.

    Febuary is the crucial month for our club.ALL the best.=)

  33. TROJAN 69 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    “worky,that was not meant as any racial slight against chris in any way shape of form.”

    I know it wasn’t Trojan, but why are so many people being so unfair, and so ingrated about Chris Hughton? It really does beggar belief.

  34. what is mike ashley,s net spend on transfers in,since he turned up?
    how much has he took in transfer out money?

  35. Crapper,

    Please provide me evidence that I have EVER slagged KK off for walking away?

    I hold KK in the same way as Mourinho – Honourable, someone who won’t be pushed around and will stand up for themselves. Their not weak, their strong people.

  36. TROJAN 69 now now I didn’t take you as someone that would insult CH ;) . To be fair he has done better than I thought, he seem to have got the team playing like a TEAM but I also think that the players that we have are a big factor in the unity of the team.

  37. worky,we,ll just have to wait until next season to see how he goes.
    chris seems like a nice fella,but we know all too well there,s no room for sentiment in this game.

  38. worky >>> cropper could have got us the same amount of points in this leauge if not more the the yes man

  39. Big Dave,

    The players are a big factor as to why were top of the league. Their head and shoulders above anything else in this p1ss poor league.

    Hughton’s been fortunate to have fallen into this situation, but he’s done well.

    It has to be said though I think he fits the bill for NUFC manager under the current regime.

  40. what if this story about the 30g,s a week is true,how the hell do we compete?this will seriously affect our ambit of what players we can attract.

  41. Stuart79 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    “Their head and shoulders above anything else in this p1ss poor league.”

    No they aren’t, Stuart. Middlesborugh are about the same, and West Brom aren’t far behind either, yet Middlesborough are currently thirteenth in the league.

  42. shallow – stardust will be on shortly , and therefore fully expect you to start back tracking your post @ 53 – hal.

    batty – i’ll give you a fiver for your bet , but that’ll be down to 3 quid by tuesday morning

  43. workyticket says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:18 pm

    That is absolute rubbish!

    WBA and Boro haven’t got players like – Harper, Taylor, Collocini, Jonas, Enrique, Barton, Nolan, Lovenkrands, Smith or Guthrie.

    Add the value of them up – How many international caps? How much are they paid in contrast to WBA and Boro?

    I want you to give me evidence that were on the same footing as them two teams.

    WBA – Greening and Carson are their best two players – How many caps do they have between them?

    Boro – Arca and Pogatetz are internationals (just) and the likes of Wheater and Johnson have played in the PL for about two seasons.

    We are miles ahead in every aspect of our first team squad ie Quality, PL appearances, international appearances and experience.

  44. Trojan – he has made a net profit on transfers since he took over, he has also halved the wage bill, sacked a gint of other wage earners at the club and hived off the ticketing, catering and security to his other concerns,yet crowds are still the same.
    All week posters have been ridiculing NUST for suggesting that Ashley is taking 7m from the club each month, i was thinking the same until Malcolm McDonald said on the Legends show Thursday that this could be true cos if you do the maths, where has the money all gone?
    The board will always tell you how much poor Mike is putting in, but what is he taking out?

  45. batty , tell me about your bet – is to win the league or just to get promoted even if it’s via the play off’s

  46. when we were in the prem he would also received 12o mill in sky money,over the two seasons,where did all that money go.

  47. Big bad bob

    We take roughly around £4m per month in revenue into the club of all types – we have to then pay all the outgoings; wages, bills etc etc out of that. There is no way that he can take £7m out per month so MacDonald is talking out of his b******e

  48. TROJAN 69 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:33 pm
    when we were in the prem he would also received 12o mill in sky money,over the two seasons,where did all that money go.
    <<<< come on trojan ur a clever lad ile give u 1 guess lol

  49. Roy Cropper says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:33 pm
    batty , tell me about your bet – is to win the league or just to get promoted even if it’s via the play off’s
    <<<< so has ur bid dropped too a quid now lol

  50. I was wanting to cut the FCB and his cronies a bit of slack and move away from constant criticism in this transfer window but we the fans (who are the club) again have been let down. For everybody including FCB it is crucial we are promoted and a small outlay of five to six million would have improved the squad to a level that would have gave us a great chance of promotion.
    Loan deals now look as good as it is going to get but all there is in that market is unproven youngsters or has beens who are in poor physical condition and haven’t kicked a ball in anger for months.
    For me the chants can get louder. Get out of our club you FCB

  51. You must be a millionaire batty! You’re the only gambler I’ve ever known who never loses.

    Remarkable really, even better than Patrick Veitch!

  52. Roy Cropper says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:43 pm
    you stil up batty ?
    <<<< aye roy well up a pound eachway liuck 15 m8

  53. Stuart79 says:
    January 17, 2010 at 3:45 pm
    You must be a millionaire batty! You’re the only gambler I’ve ever known who never loses.
    <<<<< wouldnt u like too know stucashmygold lol

  54. news comjng in that ashley ran up gambling debts in vegas,the mob were going to top him,but they decided to let him go as they couldn,t dig a hole big enough in the nevada desert to fit the fat f***er in.

  55. stu ive got 50k worth of sovs what i brought aboot 4 years ago do u want too buy them cash of course :lol:

  56. 300 shots were fired at the togolese team killing three people,angolan police suspect sola amoebi.
    sick that someones just told me it.

  57. Do you think Emmanuele Adebyor ran the length of the coach to celebrate in front of the gunners this time?

  58. alright lads, anyone watching Arsenal? brilliant goal from Cesc like. Also, whats everyone thinking for tomorrow night? 3 points is a must with the way the likes of Forrest are playing at the minute. One of the biggest games of the season, would send a canny clear message if we were to get the win tomorrow night like.

  59. Big bad Bob

    ‘Deb, so are you saying our annual turnover is now just 48m?’

    Allegedly. Ive read several estimates from people who have tried to estimate this as accurately as they can that our turnover now we are in the Championship is in the region of £50m – that’s why this NUST claim he is taking out £84m each year is complete b******s

  60. SJT – Let him get on with. He was obviously missing getting his ego stroked so put his mega important job he got head-hunted for on hold for a quick pick me up! :D

  61. Deb, you’re right, you don’t have to say “allegedly”. It’s widely acknowledged from all projections that turnover will be almost halved from the high nineties of the Premiership days.

  62. geordiedeb:

    So your hearsay estimates are right and NUST’s are wrong?
    I say he’s making a fiver and I believe myself.

    If Ashley loses money after buying the club without checking the books and running it like a twat, he’s only got himself to blame. People can focus on an isolated comment from one member of NUST all they want, but I’ve seen nothing to suggest they couldn’t make a better job of it than the current mob. And for those of you hanging on for a rich benefactor, three words: Ashley, Shepherd, Hall.

    Ashley oot!

  63. Michael – You dig at Ashley for not going through the books, but have the NUST? I thought a bid had to be made to see the books, or at least proof of funds? NUST have neither!

    I also see no plan in place to take us forward should they gain control and that is my biggest worry.

    For the record, I’m not against NUST or fan ownership. I’d just like things planned out rether than fudging along. If they have a plan and it’s good, then great, crack on. Until then, my wallet stays shut!

  64. Worky – you been advertising the blog in Socialist Worker – its gone all militant and doom and gloom lately.

    I could have sworn we were top of the league – maybe I am wrong.

  65. Toonsy – I think Worky was correct yesterday when he said he fears a campaign by NUST to force Ashley out using fan power – boycotts etc (not word for word Worky – but along those lines)

    If they ever did that I think it would divide the city forever.

  66. Toonsy – theres an awaful lot of twisting and things are very good at the moment. They have to remember MA’s interest are aligned with ours.

    Tough decisions needed – but I for one – would rather loan signings now – and NOT overpay for players like Beckford and Kilgallon. Id rather wait and see what division we are in next year – and budget accordingly. At the mo – its prudent to assume that youd be in this division.

  67. Stardust says:
    January 17, 2010 at 6:45 pm

    “Toonsy – I think Worky was correct yesterday when he said he fears a campaign by NUST to force Ashley out using fan power – boycotts etc (not word for word Worky –but along those lines)”

    I’m not 100% sure, but sitting down and using a process of deduction, that’s the only thing I was left with, Stardust.

    Stardust says:
    January 17, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    “Worky – you been advertising the blog in Socialist Worker – its gone all militant and doom and gloom lately.”

    Maybe it’s come in the light of revelations that Hughton used to write the football column for the Worker’s Revolutionary Party’s “Newsline”.

  68. Funny though – as the militants have turned on him – even though there seems to be a collective spirit and “team” spirit we have no seen here since the era of the “E**********s”

  69. Michael

    ‘geordiedeb:
    So your hearsay estimates are right and NUST’s are wrong?
    I say he’s making a fiver and I believe myself.’

    From the blatant untruths and mud slinging they have made of quite a lot of their mickey mouse communication – yes I would accept others estimates.

  70. Michael says:
    January 17, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    “geordiedeb:

    So your hearsay estimates are right and NUST’s are wrong?”

    Michael, the projection’s aren’t “hearsay”, and yes, the NUST were wrong. What they were saying was completely unfeasible, not to say laughable I’m afraid.

  71. Quote of Yesterday….

    “Mike Ashleys interest are aligned with ours”…
    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha ha ha,

    Like I say Stardust you Crack me up!!

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