Fredi Feeling Fine

Fredi Kanoute rejects Bobby Robson's assertion that Don Hutchison committed obstruction while selling Newcastle the dummy from Paolo Di Canio's flick that set up the third goal on Sunday.
Robson claimed it was 'clear obstruction' though he also admitted his side 'didn't win one personal battle.'
But Fredi, the recipient of Don's quick thinking, says:
"He heard me and felt be go behind him; he let the ball go very intelligently so I could score.
"It wasn't obstruction because he was first on the ball, so it couldn't be.
"I am very happy because I scored - and that is the best thing that could have happened to me."
Fredi, who had only played just over half a game this season prior to the Newcastle match, adds:
"I was not really nervous, but I didn't really know if I had enough breath to finish the game or to feel good.
"But it was all right; I needed a few minutes to settle in the game and after it was fine.
"I was very pleased to score because it was the second half, and I began to be tired, so the goal came at the right moment."
He says his partnership with Paolo Di Canio, now it is back on the road, can flourish, and adds:
"I'm very happy that we played well together which is good for us and the team.
"We speak together before every game to know what we are going to do - it is much better like that."