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Kinnear, 67, had come under fire after Newcastle, who were thrashed 3-0 at home by local rivals Sunderland in the league Saturday, did not buy any new players in the January transfer window and lost playmaker Yohan Cabaye to Paris St. Germain.Kinnear was responsible for attracting talent to the club but strikers Luuk de Jong and Loic Remy, on loan from Borussia Moenchengladbach and Queens Park respectively, were the only players added to the first-team squad under his watch.Newcastle, who lie midtable in the league, failed to sign Clement Grenier from Olympique Lyon as a replacement for Cabaye, who left for a fee that British media said could reach 25 million euros ($33.80 million).
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