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Posted on September 4th, 2010 | 258 Comments |

A strangely formidable partnership?
A strangely formidable partnership?
Newcastle seem to be getting the hang of this transfer window malarkey, as evidenced by the way business has been done in the last two transfer windows.

It is just my opinion, but I would class the last two transfer windows as a success, and that success has been achieved without the club spending a fortune.

I think that by now most fans are aware that the days of signing stupidly overpriced players, like the Mackems did with Asamoah Gyan, are behind us. That is fair enough, but the club must make make sure that they don’t go too far in the other direction and end up not spending enough to improve the squad.

Before the last two transfer windows we were doing exactly that, but credit where it is due (grudgingly), the club have allowed a modest amount of cash to be spent in the last two windows, which has ended up improving the squad. A funny concept I know.

The spending may not end there either. Chris Hughton seems to think that if players are needed in January then more funds will be made available for him. It probably won’t be a lot of cash, but as long as Hughton can keep indentifying players that are available for a modest fee but can improve the squad then we should be fine.

“In January we will re-assess what we have,” Hughton told The Chronicle. “I think I’ll get the backing of the owner again like last time if we need to strengthen the team at that stage.”

I have been impressed with Hughton and his deals in the transfer market so far. Most of the players he has brought in have improved us, and some of them, like Mike Williamson, have been excellent, even in the Premier League. Full credit must go to Graham Carr, Colin Calderwood, Chris Hughton and anyone else who had a hand in making these deals work.

Of course, nobody knows whether or not our latest signings will work out, but I am feeling pretty confident about them being able to become valuable players for us in this season and beyond. All of them, apart from Sol Campbell, are at an age where they have the best years of their careers in front of them, and none of them cost a fortune to purchase.

It is kind of frightening though isn’t it? I mean imagine where we could have been had we found a manager who could identify a player for his ability and not judge him on his price tag at a much earlier juncture? Imagine if Hughton had been given the vast amounts of cash some of our previous managers, say Graeme Souness, have lavished on below par players? What would the result be?

Hughton is winning fans over, of that there is no doubt. The way he goes about everything involving Newcastle has been spot on. The guy is quoted by some players as being a workaholic, a manager that actually bothers with tactics, a manager who actually cares about the players.

Hughton may not be up there with Kevin Keegan, Sir Bobby Robson or Joe Harvey in the league of legendary Newcastle managers, but the way he is turning this club around should not be forgotten in a hurry. The lad deserves time, he has earnt it more than most, so if we do end up going through a sticky patch of results, and we will, let’s give ‘Hoots’ the time to get through it.

We are stable at the minute, let’s keep it that way!

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258 Responses

  1. Toonsy you touched on something at the end there > ‘The lad deserves time, he has earnt it more than most, so if we do end up going through a sticky patch of results, and we will, let’s give ‘Hoots’ the time to get through it.’
    I think if he can cope through a real bad patch he will never look back again. You are right he is winning a lot of fans over, and tbh ye cant help but like the guy and he must be good to work for. But I will not form my final judgement on him until we get through the inevitable bad run as until then I dont think you can truly judge him as a Manager

  2. i really have been won over by our gaffer.he’s just the sort of quiet sensible bloke we need at the helm of our club especially during these turbulent times.dare i say it,it seems all’s calm at st james’ nowadays,and long may it continue.

  3. ‘big dave’- i can’t agree with you more..nonetheless i’m sure geordies all over are quietly hoping that hughton does take us through the campaign successfully.i’m praying we don’t have to face any major crisis.i don’t care if we have and incredibly boring season,even if it means getting knocked out of cup competitions..all i care is for us to stay up,and beat those dastardly mackems twice over!

  4. is it me or is anyone else worried that the mackems might have signed a quality striker in asamoah gyan??’coz i sure as hell am..

  5. I think hes quality. Gets on with the job quietly and makes it so its not all about him. Coaches, understands players, manages them. Shows passion; love watching him celebrating a goal! give him time, if he keeps us up I think he will just keep building and take us on to next level.

  6. Arka – I’m not concerned about Gyan to be fair. I still say that if Bent gets nobbled they will be screwed. Rennes were going to sell Gyan for £8 mill until Sunderland turned up.

    Must have got lost picking Titus up from Harrods :lol:

    “The next level” :lol:

  7. Great article. The bit about previous managers being let loose with crazy amounts of millions and yet we never really achieved anything in their time. I only really felt we were going somewhere when Sir Bobby was in-charge, but starting to get that feeling back.

    Feels like a weight of expectation has been lifted and replaced with optimism.

  8. The money Ch is getting is a % of the sponsorship money the club is getting from Northern Rock & Puma, it’s not out of Ashley pocket as that was what he said in his statement of intent, ‘no plans for capital outlay of players this summer’ which is what has happened….

    We got a £10m 4 yr deal from Northern Rock & something smilar from Puma, so CH would get around £5m to spend, not a lot but enough to get us the players we need, he may also get some of the merchandise & TV money too, but is wise enough not to spend it all in the summer as he’ll need some for Jan too, which is good business by him & Ashley!!!

  9. we should try and get cover for our left wing,both midfield and in defence.also a striker should be kept in mind for jan, because by then the season would’ve started taking it’s toll on andy carroll.anyone fancy a loan move for lucas podolski?

  10. Cyprus – Do you know this for a fact? I heard Ash paid for the transfers out of his own pocket? Mid it was only in The Chron so……

  11. anyone like the new england kit?i do;just think a darker shade of blue for the shorts would have been better.

  12. Well if Ashley see’s Hughton’s judgment on players is good, he might trust him with a bit more money.

  13. Well we know he wants a striker and a left back, funnily enough our 2 best players since Christmas play in both positions so you would think anyone coming in is likely to be back up.

    The problem we will have is we will struggle to get someone in at LB if they know they are going to be second choice, I would have taken Zayatte from Hull as I think he would have been happy as a squad member and started off well when played in that position.

    Up front is tricky but I don’t think it will be long before Ranger is ready to make the step up, ideally we would have brought in an old head like Keane for this season and loaned him out but I don’t think he’s too far off jumping in front of the rest.

    I still think that when everyone is fit right back is our weak link in our starting line up.

  14. Gyans a decent player but imo worth less than half of what they paid for him……….so in my eyes,a cracking deal :lol:

  15. Arka… I wouldnt say i am scared about the mackems getting Gyan. He is a good player, but its a purchase simelar to the ones we used to make, like Martins or perhaps even Owen… Remember when Liverpool bought Diouf just after he had a great World Cap?

    Anyway, Sunderland will finish around 9-14 with or without Gyan and just the same. Because i honestly want them in the same league as us for the derby… I hope Wolves and Stoke go down tho, simply because i dont like their “football”

  16. haha, to be fair the two lads couldn’t be in a better set up for youth development. I only seen the goal, was a tap in to be fair but as I’m sure you know being a Norn Iron fan an away win is something to shout about! Bring on Italy at Windsor! I think we could do them, seeing their performance in their past few games. gawa

  17. Regarding CH, i think we have the right man for the Job and we need to stick with him. I feel he will get tested the most if he experience dicipline trouble, like Old Bobby did with Bellamy and Dyer.

    Imo there are 4 boxes that makes for a great manager, if he ticks all 4 you have Mourinho. Its 1.ability to buy the right players within your budget. 2.ability to create a teamspirit and a feelgood factor. 3.Tactical mastermind and 4. the ability to keep the players diciplined.

    CH has proved to possess the first 2 imo. If he also have the last 2 to some degree only time will tell. His tactic has worked great so far, but the question is if he will be able to change it if its needed. And as i said with the dicipline, so far he hasnt been tested, but he does have some players to help him in our current dressing room.

  18. nimagpie… I realise thats what Wiki says, but that aint true. Liverpool bought Diouf on the background of him having a good WC 2002… Same with Salif Diao whom i presume is the other player you mentions.

  19. They defiantly signed him before he went to the world cup, I remember watching the match between Senegal and France with mates who are Liverpool fans and they were bigging him up and I had a good laugh when he turned out to be crap :D

    But I agree with all you said, Owen and Martins were two players out of an almost endless list that we bought over the odds. Fat Freddy and his bank loans.

  20. valle says:
    September 4, 2010 at 5:16 pm

    “Imo there are 4 boxes that makes for a great manager, if he ticks all 4 you have Mourinho. Its 1.ability to buy the right players within your budget. 2.ability to create a teamspirit and a feelgood factor. 3.Tactical mastermind and 4. the ability to keep the players diciplined.”

    I wouldn’t say that Mourinho is a tactical mastermind, valle, or the best judge of a player in the world especially, but he is a psychologist and that is often the most important thing as far as winning goes.

  21. Mourinho is a very good anti-tactician, ie, nullifying others tactics.

    Some of his best results have been when he has had to do that. Compare it to when he was at Chelsea, where he had to endure that same nullifying that he dishes out from most teams, and you will see that his football isn’t that great.

    In fact people were actually moaning about it, and just look at what near enough the same team is producing now in terms of goals!

  22. Big Dave says:
    September 4, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    “good old fashioned winning mentality”

    He seems to have the abilty to make his players think they can walk through walls. I keep banging on about the importance of the correct psychology, but nobody ever listens. :-)

  23. Worky the problem is I dont think its that easy to breed the winning mentality into people but it can be done over time, Funny enough I think it is easy and quick to breed players with the opposite psychology, as I think most teams when they go to Chelski or Manure have allready lost before they get on the pitch

  24. Lets not forget ‘the chuckle brothers’. But at the same time he has done a fantastic job for about 13 months now and long may it continue.

  25. Big Dave says:
    September 4, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    “Worky the problem is I dont think its that easy to breed the winning mentality into people but it can be done over time, Funny enough I think it is easy and quick to breed players with the opposite psychology, as I think most teams when they go to Chelski or Manure have allready lost before they get on the pitch”

    That’s a very good point Dave. But sometimes psychology is also about history, weight of expectation etc, and habits can be even harder to shake. Fabio Capello is an excellent manager with an excellent, winning psychology, but he was sucked into the England vortex. Newcastle have been in a similar situation for many years too.

  26. DJG – By the time Sat comes around I may have hung myself because of having to think too hard :lol:

    I could just dip into NewsNow of course ;)

  27. toonsy says:
    September 4, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    “I could just dip into NewsNow of course”

    There’s been alot of guff about Ben Arfa, but not alot about Tiote. How about probing him, his football and what he will add to the team?

  28. He comes off with enough guff with out writing it :) there has been loads of stuff about Benny fuk the chron done about 5 or 6 articles on thurs I think but there has been very little about the Pit Bull Tiote

  29. Saying Mourinho is anything but a tactical mastermind makes no sense to me… He has proved time and time again that his tactical abilities are among the best. Take the semi final against barca for instance. Every team playing barca put 2 man markings on Messi… Not mourinho, he puts a man marker and what you would call a sweeper on him i guess. Having one marker staying 10 feet behind the man marker and thereby preventing Messi from from using his pace, that was genius and Messi have never been taken out of a game as effective as that. If you dont call that tactical genius, then i dont know what is.

    Credit where credit is due imo.

  30. The only footage of Tiote I can find on youtube (I know, but i’ve only seen brief bits of WC from him) is entitled “Cheick Tiote-Lion King”, and is a goal along with a couple of crunching tackles. General consensus is that he’s an aggressive workhorse, i’m looking forward to seeing him.

  31. To be honest, every single tackle in this video i’m watching is a foul, resulting in the opposition player having to leave the field,lol.

  32. ROSS i hope he means lioness,lions just hang about under trees licking their arses while she does all the graft lol

  33. Thinh about Tiote is that he actually hasn’t been here yet. He signed then jetted off for international duty so he hasn’t been knocking about like Benny has.

  34. Ross says:
    September 4, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    “To be honest, every single tackle in this video i’m watching is a foul, resulting in the opposition player having to leave the field,lol.”

    So he will bring (more) brutality to the team, that’s a start!

  35. To be fair though, if he looks rough in jonny forigner league, he is probably just a normal looking prem player.

  36. In the pub big dave, can’t keep their hand and lips off eachother. I’m struggling to keep my hands off myself :)

  37. valle says:
    September 4, 2010 at 7:03 pm

    “If you dont call that tactical genius, then i dont know what is.”

    I think that Toonsy was right in that he’s a genius at nullifying other’s tactics, valle. His ‘tactics’ will never set hearts racing with delight, or move the game forward with a legacy though. That is what great tacticians are to me.

  38. DJG says:
    September 4, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    “To be fair though, if he looks rough in jonny forigner league, he is probably just a normal looking prem player.”

    Dutch football is no vicarage tea party sometimes, DJG. Did you see the national side in the World Cup final?

  39. WORKY maybe he thinks (Tiote) from the quote the only way to beat fear is to cut it off at the head,dont know where the quote came from like m8

  40. Worky… Thats tactics just the same mate… I prefer football that is good on the eyes just as much as the next man, and i would rather we played attacking football than the tactics Mourinho use, but you have to accept that the man is in a class of his own.

    Big Dave… True mate, i guess what i meant to say was that i havnt seen Messi taken out of a game like that before. Thats not to say that he havnt had his bad games just like all other footballers.

  41. You should have sacked Capello as soon as he took and started Hesky over much younger and able players such as Walcott and Bent. Those two are much more the future AND present of England than Emile Hesky ever could be. His goal record is horrendous, and the only player hes ever played well with michael owen was not there. This right there showed me Capello apparently has no idea what hes doing. England now should be a flurry of Walcotts, Dafoes, Bents, and in a year or two Carolls…not the same old crusty guard that got your country nowhere. Add Adebayor in there and England left HEAPS of team speed at home, when it could have been greatly used.

    at least my country won its Group..with 1/5th the players you have.

  42. I’ll stick to the glen inn, or somewhere else in the city centre, sky was always a decent meat market :)

  43. the anger is with someone getting paid more than any other manager in international football and he takes Emile Hesky…annnnd starts him! Then you keep that guy? But there is no real anger. I just love Newcastle first and foremost. International ball is fun in its time. except this weekend. Im bored

  44. ohiotoon says:
    September 4, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    “This right there showed me Capello apparently has no idea what hes doing.”

    With all due respect, Ohiotoon, I suggest you do a little research on his career, especially with the AC Milan ‘Invincibles’, where he managed one of the greatest ever teams in world football. He’s been winning trophies ever since too, so he can’t be that clueless. ;-)

    icedog says:
    September 4, 2010 at 7:50 pm

    “WORKY maybe he thinks (Tiote) from the quote the only way to beat fear is to cut it off at the head”

    I’ve heard that one but I can’r remember where it came from either. It’ll nag me now!

  45. icedog says:
    September 4, 2010 at 8:28 pm

    “WORKY sorry but it was meant to,its been doing my heed in, why be alone i say”

    Oh well, if it wasn’t that it would have been something else nagging away at me anyway. Like that Austin Ambassador Y reg song. :-)

  46. hey…he may know what hes doing with milan and elsewhere…you are right. He did a fabulous job with England. I bet none of you werent screaming to take Hesky out or why he was even on that continent to begin with.

  47. does anyone kna who sings “could’ve been born a mackem”? can’t find the name of the singer any bloody where.

  48. ohiotoon says:
    September 4, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    “I bet none of you werent screaming to take Hesky out or why he was even on that continent to begin with.”

    It does mystify some fans why Heskey gets picked so much, and Ameobi with Newcastle United sometimes, but there is a reason for it. Heskey wasn’t the reason for Englan’s lacklustre performance at the World Cup finals, it was the psychology of the nation when it comes to the national football team, and I know it sounds strange, but it’s true.

  49. ohiotoon says:
    September 4, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    “Add Adebayor in there and England left HEAPS of team speed at home, when it could have been greatly used.”

    Adebayor? That guy from Togo? ;)

  50. i meant agbonglahor..sorry..hes not great. But you could have used some speed..at least off the bench. Your team also was sort of a train wreck going into the the cup with rio out and cap’n terry pillaging his own teammates. And that Lampard-Gerrard duo im not excited about for as good as they are apart.

    Anyways…newcastle wise…whens the last time the midfield has been as full of choices as there is right now? Its what carried the team through the Championship and it was bolstered even further this year. I hope they take care of Blackpool like they should.

  51. Funny you say that Dave. Jay Jay was expecting to meet up with a chunky baldy in Wolverhapmton. Then he saw I wasn’t. He also said I look nowt like my Faceboo pics aswell ;)

    Blow that one :)

  52. yeah the dutch tactics where disgraceful but thats because they where playing a technically superiour team. Ring any bells with the Wolves match. ;)

  53. BIG DAVE knew a lass he used to go out with she said he called himself HIPS she told me he should have put a C in front of that

  54. richietoon says:
    September 4, 2010 at 9:14 pm (Edit)

    “Worky….aye thats the one.Does Daniel Cavanagh sing it or did he put the video together?”

    He just put the video together, richie.

  55. Scotland game was on here last night. after ten minutes it was obvious why the manager had sounded out Ameobi and Carroll. Their strikers were utter crap.
    Scottish football is dying

  56. Dont tar Carroll with the crap brush lol. We’re hoping he’ll get on for Cappello’s ‘new regime’ at some point.

  57. To be honest Kenny Miller had a poor game, he was class against us in pre-season. He was more like Kenny Rodgers.

  58. cheers Worky……..bloody cant find the singer anywhere :-(

    Toonsy,divnt let them wind ya up just turn the other chin…oops I mean cheek ;-)

  59. BATTY with them boots costing 350,and that horse getting beat,does that mean we have to gan back and get the rest of that stuff off the church roof ?

  60. no Dave this would be cruel…….. he’s so fat,he could jump up in the air and get stuck :lol: ………..mind I’m a fine one to talk :-)

  61. cedog says:
    September 4, 2010 at 9:27 pm
    BATTY with them boots costing 350,and that horse getting beat,does that mean we have to gan back and get the rest of that stuff off the church roof ?<<<<< kna man iam ganna get the copper oot of next doors just gotta wait till they gan oot :)

  62. BATTY ime not ganning with you to next door you will get the copper ill get the boiler and ive seen what she looks like,i always get the short straw

  63. BATTY ime doon m8 where have you put my keys for the mobility scooter,it wont pull this trailer you left got owr much on m8

  64. Cant believe you 2 c@nts left him up there whats it going to look like if he gets caught, fuk it will be in the chron and everywhere else The Honourary President of nufcblog.org caught taking lead of the church roof

  65. RICHIETOON you grassed me up,ganning that fast batty fell off,and pulled my ponytail off,blamed me for not haveing a seat belt for him

  66. WELL lads it was a laugh still got tears in my eyes,tell you what the four of us could make a movie off the cuff move over bbc.

    ps,tell me what its like ill get a ten streach for this

  67. BIG DAVE your right now i know what toonsy did with it last week-end,batty and richietoon get theres next week,getting nee lessons off me like

  68. BIG DAVE you cannot m8,geordie sense of humour i think,it just kicked off from nowt,one of the best nights on here for ages with nee footy,just goes to show you dont need to be pi–ed to laugh,except richie like hes always pi–ed batty says

  69. aye wu not as subtle as you ice…waitin 5 minutes before ya gan up the dancers.lol……….til 2mora lads

  70. souness was a complete cock – interesting to see jamie carragher slating him today in the paper saying he was the one person who ruined Liverpool

  71. So, the cat is out the bag, Rooney has been exposed in the Mail, Mirror and NOTW, as payiny £1400 per night for a prostitute whilst his wife was pregnant.
    The BBC suggest that he wont play in Switzerland due to newspaper allegations whilst Sky Sports are not even running with the story.
    I will be watching with interest as to how the media deal with their favourite club, i know they would have had a proper bloodfest with us.

  72. BBB – I wouldn’t get too excited. It will be a case of ‘move along, nothing to see’. Anyone else would get strung up for it like.

  73. There’s a premiership/england player who has had a “super injunction” stopping the papers printing a big story about him for a few months. It was back in the high court this week to see if it could be continued or the papers could print it, perhaps he lost?

    Fergie still won’t talk to the beeb….and their running the story in the main news, Sky love man u & are hardly mentioning it….Mmm.

  74. What John Terry did is minor league compared to Rooneys antics, and look at the way they treat Tiger Woods, surely Shrek will get the same.
    I remember when we were in for him and the allegations were going around then about prostitutes, when he signed for Man U he was billed as a Starlet, if it had been us the headline would have been, “Toon sign Granny Shagger!”

  75. bigbadbob says:
    September 5, 2010 at 7:43 am

    Why fck is that in a paper?

    Who gives a flying fck?! Is anybodies life better for knowing that Rooney had a shag with a prostitute? NO!

    The only person going to be affected by this is his wife. Why should she have to go through this in the public eye?

    I’m sick of these newspapers ruining peoples lifes, all in the name of morality! The fckin cheek of these people.

    It would be laughable if it wasn’t so ironic!

  76. what do u expect with him being an ugly little scouse tw@t and stu his wife only has her self too blame as she knew he was a dirty little rat before she married him but no she still went ahead with it for the cash ,shes no better than a pro herself :)

  77. batty says:
    September 5, 2010 at 10:03 am

    A little bit harsh considering she earns more than £1m a year herself – She would hardly be destitute without him.

    But that’s not the issue – Why should it be all over the papers? Is your life better for knowing what he’s done? Or anybody elses life for that matter.

  78. who gives a flying fook whether SHREK got his nuts with some sally lapper whilst his WAG was dropping …
    DO WE REALLY GIVE A JOT….

    Now where were we lets talk real footy , lets talk TOOOOOOOOOON…….Toon Army .. anyway who’s andy carroll or loverman got in bed , thats more to the point if we really need to taak smut ….

  79. Stuart79 says:
    September 5, 2010 at 10:12 am

    “But that’s not the issue – Why should it be all over the papers? Is your life better for knowing what he’s done? Or anybody elses life for that matter.”

    Depends doesn’t it? I mean if a sole purpose of a newspaper is to make peoples life better then no murders, no tragedies, no natural disasters etc should ever be reported as they may hurt some poor mites feelings and make them a little less cheery.

  80. Stu, i agree with you but just because he is a Manu and England player is no reason to suddenly call off the media, all fans and teams performance suffer when their club is panned in the press so they should get whats coming.
    Look at the Barton witchunt compared to Kung Fu Eric, what about the refusal to play in the FA cup, i could go on and on but bottom line is they are treated differently its just no one will admit it.
    Thats why this will be interesting to see if he gets the same treatment as others.

  81. Was it somebody on here or one of my mates that told me something huge was going to come out regarding Wayne Rooney and it would potentially explain his string of poor performances? Looks like it could be a canny shout regardless of who it was.

    Have to say I’m again with Stu here though. (I know, its happening far too regularly Stu, haha)

    I don’t see the point when papers run with stories like this. “we’re exposing Wayne Rooney etc”, aye and you’re also putting his lass through hell. If it’s true and they know its true, why not just go knock on her door in private and be like “look love, we think you need to know”. She doesn’t need to see it slapped across the red tops all over the country.
    But sadly for some reason this is “news” and hundreds of thousands of people across the UK care about who’s shagging who etc. I can understand them doing it, he’s one of the most high profile men in the country, it’s just a bit pointless for me.

  82. Stuart79 says:
    September 5, 2010 at 10:12 am
    batty says:
    September 5, 2010 at 10:03 am

    A little bit harsh considering she earns more than £1m a year herself – She would hardly be destitute without him.<<<< aye stu she dus ,but she wouldnt be earning that if she hadint of married him ,if she had of dumped him when he went with that 1st old tart she wouldnt have a pot too piss in now would she.

  83. did Clint not say it was possibly a schoolie………of course he could have got his pro to dress up as one!

  84. The only thing that amuses me about the whole story is with regards to the hooker herself. The article mentions how she’s a well spoken middle class girl who’s parents live in a house worth 300k. She’s allowed papers to use her real name and print pictures of her, i’m sure her parents will be bloody thrilled when they think “tut tut, wayne rooney” and open the paper to find their daughter slapped all over the story! lol

  85. Toonsy-She’s definitly a looker. Worth 1400 a night? I dont know if any lass is, but you’re not kicking her out of bed like.

  86. £1400 a night? What is a night though? Say 10 hours, that makes £140 an hour.

    It’s not that much more than when I knobbed a hooker in Liverpool. That was £60 an hour, and that was a few years ago (2003/4 I think) :lol:

    EDIT – Just checked. It was August 2006 8O

  87. Nope, it was defo £60 for an hour. The fact I only used 2 minutes didn’t change the fact I had to pay the full amount :lol:

  88. Toonsy-I suppose, but they word it well. 1400 a night might not mean you’re getting 12 hours with her like. the night could be 3/4 hours so she can fit other clients in and you pay extra if you want longer. I’m not well versed in the Escorting business so i’m not 100% sure. Google is my mate so i’ll have a browse, haha :D

  89. Aye,
    unfortunately it was me that heard there was something going on with ‘big baby shrek’ & put it out here.
    I see manusa are already getting an easy ride ( or was that rooney too? Ha) from sly sports news etc.
    But as Stu said, the press totally suck on these matters.
    But i’m sure we can rest assured that manusa will divert it via their preferential treatment in the pressmongers eyes.
    Pity we don’t all get treated like they do. But i suppose most london press mongs support manusa.
    Ah well.
    ;)

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