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(From The Journal)
THEY may have signed a 6ft 5in target man, but Ian Bogie insists Gateshead will remain true to their purist ideals, writes STEVE BROWN. The Tynesiders have passed and scored their way through back-to-back promotions, constantly adhering to Bogie's principles of entertaining, attacking football. Life in Blue Square Premier - in which they entertain Hayes & Yeading today - has been harder, however.
The loss of free-scoring Lee Novak to Huddersfield Town was an inevitable blow, but those left in his wake have struggled to make an impact this season.
Gateshead have lost four of their six games so far, while Bogie's strikers - quick, …