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WE'RE STILL UNBEATEN...
Graeme Sharp, 26th September 2006 - 14:43
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I am sure we would have taken a point before the Newcastle game, but David Moyes was rightly disappointed.
It was a case of what should have been because their goal was yards offside.
Some people believe that luck evens itself out over the season, and you can see the example of our penalty against Watford.
But there's no denying that it was unfortunate and a bad decision.
I am pleased to see that Tim is back amongst the goals.
He has started this season really well and that is great because it took him a while to get going last season.
The second season is always a difficult one, but Tim is different class and he will never lose his ability.
It was an absolutely fantastic header at the weekend and it's a massive bonus to have his goals from midfield.
The way we have been lining up, with Andy as the only striker, it is essential that goals come from the rest of the team as well.
The manager will be looking for goals from throughout the side; the likes of Mikel and Ossie and the defenders as well.
Man City will be a tough game this weekend, it's a north west derby and they will be pleased after winning against West Ham last week.
Fingers were beginning to be pointed with their poor run, but they have relieved the pressure with a win.
I am aware that we could be the only team in the country to be undefeated after the weekend's games.
That will give the lads great confidence, and while they will know that the run will have to end somewhere, hopefully later rather than sooner - but it's a great situation to be in.
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