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After having gone through a similar experience last season, with Fulham, Aaron Hughes, having played for Newcastle, naturally still has feelings for his former club.

Before the fixture he`d expressed a desire not to see them relegated but the 1-0 win, with the winner coming from Diomansy Kamara, has put Newcastle firmly in the frame for relegation and after the game our centre back couldn`t hide his feelings for his former club when interviewed by the media, commenting,

"Everyone can see there`s been no stability there and it`s not about what`s happening on the pitch."

"It`s very sad to see what`s happened to Newcastle and where they are in the table. I just hope they go to Villa next week and get the result they need."

"I`ve a strong connection and affinity with Newcastle, I could tell how down and disappointed and concerned everyone is."

"I can`t imagine that club in the championship, the size of the stadium, those amazing fans, it`s just a huge, huge club that`s embedded in the city and dominates it."


Unfortunately, it`ll take a monumental performance, at Villa, for Newcastle to survive but they should never give up hope, after all weren`t people writing us off this time last season?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 18 2009

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

gotta say I'd like to see Newcastle survive only so we can see the whole charade repeated next season!
Al Billy
or is that being ultra - cruel?
Al Billy
Don't see what the fuss is about, Newcastle ain't been in the top flight that long - look in the record books!
Putney
What can I say. There are just some teams that I don't like and Newcastle are one of them.
Samboney
tbh i dislike hull more so would be more than happy if newcastle stayed up and sent them down
FFC Daz
all in all it makes for an interesting last day...
woodysweats
 

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