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McBride Asks for Caution!

After his headed goal gave us all three points against a poor Everton side, the American international has spoken out about getting carried away.

There`s no doubting the three points won on Sunday were valuable but there is still a long way to go if we are to escape relegation, this is what McBride had to say,

"Every game is enormous now and we have to build on our win over Everton."

"But the most important tthing is focusing only on the next game at Newcastle. If we start thinking about the other games coming up we could lose focus."

"We`re still not in a good spot and the only way we`re going to get out of the situation is to look no further than Saturday."


Wise words indeed from a seasoned campaigner.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 17 2008

Time: 7:12PM

Your Comments

sensible sort of chap but beat Newcastle and do footy a favour - I'd just love it!
merlin
will they dare to sack Keegan the Messiah?
merlin
oops! forgot you lot have feelings for Kev!
merlin
Well Newcastle are losing to Brum! I think it will be Bolton and Toon that will join Derby in the Championship next season!
oranje_emu
Ah a draw, but at least thats two teams in a bad position
Backslash2010
Merlin, not sure who has feelings for Mighty Mouse anymore.He could well be known for his other catchphrase, " I`m not going anywhere".
martintheveg
 

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