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NEWCASTLE 0PHYSICALLY, theres not a lot to

him, but Belgian striker Emile Mpenza is almost single-handedly helping Manchester City brush aside their relegation fears. Mpenza must love the north-east - two games and two goals in his two visits over the space of a fortnight, 2-0 at Middlesbrough and now at St James Park. And with diehard skipper Richard Dunne and Sylvain Distin rock-solid in defence, there is now a gritty City determination that is lifting the gloom over under-pressure boss Stuart Pearce. And, worry

ingly for Newcastle, Pearce believ

es they have now been pulled into the relegation dogfight. I said a few weeks ago that there were eight sides who could go down - were one of them and Newcastle arent out of it yet, said Pearce. He was de

lighted with his side and said: I felt we didnt deserve to lose. Newcastle had a lot of the ball and

Im sure Glenn (Roeder) will say his side deserved a point and I cant really disagree with that. But Ill take the168铁杀一肖 three points. In fairness, City are unlikely to find any side who are currently as easy pushovers as Newcastle, who have gone 380 minutes without a goal. Roeder says a number of his players are fighting for their futures. On this display, quite a few will be leaving as they failed to stand up and be counted. Furious Roeder locked his side in the dressing room afterwards. He said: City scored from the classic counter-attack from the only

chance they had. We made a couple of good chances but the ball wouldnt go in the net. It was a very frustrating day for us. Roeder claimed Citys decision to pack their midfield did not help. It was difficult fo

r our fans as they dont understand how difficult it is to break down such a defensive-minded team. Our fans have high expectations and this was the first time in a long while that the fans werent helpful. The Toon boss was also furious a

t Pearces remarks claiming Newcastle were facing a relegation dogfight. He said: Stuart needs to talk for himself only. Jeered off the park at half-time and at the final whistle, disgruntled fans demonstrated as they left the ground with chants of Shepherd out and Sack the board. Mpenza was only denied a stunning goal by the woodwork on the half-hour mark. Scott Parker did get the ball in the net but was flagged offside despite

appearing level. Then City caught Newcastl

e flatfooted after 80 minutes with Joey Barton involved, finding Michael Johnson to cleverly slip in Mpenza to take a touch with his right foot and dri

ve left-footed with some style beyond Shay Given. Pearce said: Mpenza has given us a new option. It took him a few weeks to set

tle and hes done well. In a grandstan

d finish, Steve Taylor thumped a header against the City bar.

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