Date: 23rd July 2009 at 11:18pm
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In what seems to be a seriously regular call from the former Blackburn and Chelsea player, Damien Duff has again led the calls for the management at NUFC to grab some balls and appoint the man who would go someway to appeasing the fans.

Calling for Shearer’s reappointment, Duff said:

‘I think discipline was lacking over the last three years, but he (Shearer) came in and changed things: anyone who does come in and buy the club, he should be the main man. It’s been difficult to enjoy the summer because of the heartbreak at the end of last season. To make matters worse, we’ve come back and we still haven’t got any idea what is going on at the club.

It’s hard for the fans and everyone involved with the club at the moment. Time is not on our side. There are obviously windows to think about. I don’t know about deadlines, it should have been two weeks ago. For the past six weeks we’ve been hearing it will be sorted this time next week. We’re sick of hearing it to be honest.’