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Steve Harper has warned his teammates not to take Brighton lightly ahead of this weekend's FA Cup clash.

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Steve Harper has warned his teammates not to take Brighton lightly ahead of this weekend's FA Cup clash.

Post  1892NUFF on Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:26 am


The Magpies went out of last years competition at Stevenage and Harper, who had a brief spell at the south-coast club earlier this season, doesn't want to be making the headlines again as the latest victim of another FA Cup giant-killing.
"It's good draw - but a tough draw," he told The Shields Gazette.
"Brighton are very comfortable on the ball and play total football, and I can't see the ball being in the air much.
"They have two very good centre-backs and have a lot of strength elsewhere too. The Amex will be full and Brighton have nothing to lose.
"It'll be a lively atmosphere, but it will be up to us to stop Brighton on what will be a tough evening.
"When I was there they only scored one in five, and they've only recently picked up. It could be a cracking game."
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has taken his squad to Tenerife for a few days warm-weather training to prepare for the game.
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