THE Premier League's team of the moment, fickle Newcastle United, head for London on Sunday and what - on paper anyway - should not present too awesome an FA Cup third round hurdle in the shape of First Division battlers Charlton Athletic. The Magpies are flying high again after a turkey-shoot over the festive season that has seen them net 10 goals in two games and rekindle their title hopes. But for one of their stars, ever-present midfielder Robert Lee, the FA Cup tie has a very special significance. Fresh from scoring twice himself in the 7-1 scuppering of Tottenham Hotspur - the first a classic finish - the England international faces an occasion dripping, as they say, in nostalgia. For the West Ham-born playmaker, who turns 31 on February 1, started his professional career at The Valley, making 298 appearances for the Addicks before Kevin Keegan snatched him away to help facilitate Newcastle's surge into the top flight. Lee has since been hugely influential in the Toon renaissance, squashing early fears that he was a natural born southerner who would struggle to settle on Tyneside. He still loves London, but will be happy if Newcastle's visit on Sunday is short and decisive.