so, the break's over and we're down to business. it'll be interesting to see how moyes decides to use some of the new lads he brought in on transfer deadline day. some big decisions to come for moysey over the next couples weeks. how on earth do you accomodate rooney, jeffers, ferguson, radzinski, mcfadden, campbell and chadwick? i think he'd like to play rooney just behind two central strikers but i can't see that happening today against newcastle, perhaps it's too bold an attacking move against a team with dangerous attacking options of their own. will he have to drop david "blue through and through" unsworth for naysmith at left-back, considering we now have a replacement left-sided midfielder in kilbane. also, i believe mcfadden will be in with a shout in this position as he's played it before. personally, i've never seen him play, so i can't comment, but i've only heard good things about him. we might see the return of jeffers, who i'm personallly glad to see back, as appearances by kilbane and martyn, depending on wright's fitness. i don't think we'll see mcfadden for a little while yet...moyes has made great pains to state he's "one for the future", rather than the genuine article he can throw out straight away. there's simply too many people who'll start ahead of him at the moment, too...we're spoilt for choice upfront right now. i think moyes will go with something like: wright pistone, yobo, stubbs, unsworth watson, gravesen, linderoth, kilbane ferguson, radzinski subs: rooney jeffers naysmith carsley martyn it's certainly nice to have selection problems of the right kind.... i'm nervous and excited about today in equal measure. not gonna chance fate and predict a score. see you after the game, gentlemen. "..for it's a grand old team to play for..."