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Tait contemplates future after loss

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Newcastle head coach Alan Tait will mull over his future with the club over the next few days after the Falcons went down 16-10 at home to Exeter Chiefs to remain firmly rooted at the bottom of the Aviva Premiership table.

The Chiefs led 10-0 at half-time after an opportunist try from scrum-half Haydn Thomas as Newcastle's habit of starting slowly and gifting tries struck again. The Falcons were unable to come back and although they did squeeze a losing bonus point out of the game with Tim Swinson's converted try two minutes from time, they remain well adrift at the foot of the standings.

Tait admitted the "knives will be out" for him following the loss, and he said: "We have to face up to reality and we have just had a meeting with the players and coaches about where we are."

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