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Leading scorer Georginio Wijnaldum has admitted his devastation at being unable to fire Newcastle to Premier League safety.
The 25-year-old Dutchman struck 11 times, two of them in the final-day 5-1 demolition of Tottenham, but was unable to prevent the Magpies from slipping into the Championship.
Wijnaldum, a £14.5m summer signing from PSV Eindhoven, told the club's official website www.nufc.co.uk:
In your first season if you can score 11 goals, it gives you confidence. But I'm devastated that my goals didn't help the club to survive. That's the feeling that I have right now and I think that's the feeling that will stay for a long time.
It's difficult to be happy if you're relegated. I scored goals, but they don't have a meaning any more because we are relegated. I've never played in this situation. I feel how it is to score but it will not help the team to survive, so I'm sad about that.
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