Having just returned from two weeks holiday and back to my desk on a Monday morning, reading all about Joe Kinnear attempting to assemble what looks like some sort of ‘management / coaching team’ and the doom and gloom that surrounds the club, I thought to myself –  lets look deep and hard into Newcastle and see if there is any light & sunshine.

vurnonanita1First of all, after all the JFK quotes and buffoonery since his appointment, Coloccini opting to stay for at least another year has gone under the radar. There’s no debate on when he came back from injury the defence improved no end, so that’s a good thing.

Secondly, Benny’s fit and ready to go, as you can see by the name I use I’m a big fan of the flair players we have had down the years and without injury this guy is one of the best we have had on his day (Blackburn, Bolton, villa and his first against Everton). It’s not just his goals, the second he gets the ball the St James’ crowd stands up not knowing what’s about to happen and you must admit he can’t half turn a game on its head when he wants to. He also seems to love all of us too (every little helps).

Pardew in the two pre-season games seems to have changed his mind about Anita (started both friendlies); the lad’s class in the making in my eyes. Our midfield had a bad season last year, of that we all have no doubt, but most of them are world class – it’s just about getting it out of them on the day.

I’m not going into a Pardew debate as it’s pointless, if he was going to go he would have gone by now and with JFK or Poyet the only real obvious replacements, Pardew has got my backing and support. Tiote first season was immense, same as Cabaye, Ben Arfa I’ve already declared my love for and Sissoko aint no lump.

Forget JFK, forget Wonga, forget Ashley and Pardew and anyone else that makes you nervous (Obertan!).

This is our club and will be here for many, many years after they turn into dust and push up daisies

Our club, Our Passion, OUR TOON!!!

9 comments
SGM
SGM

Get shut.

1957
1957

We really haven't seen enough of him to be sure and I suspect he is an example of a player becoming better in supporters eyes by not playing. If him and his agent are looking for mega bucks in a new contract, let him go. I wouldn't take a big financial risk on someone who might make less appearances than the great Michael Owen through injury.

DownUnderMag
DownUnderMag

Aarons looks like a great prospect, but that is it.  He has played two games for us and spent an age in the treatment room. Question marks over his comittment to us, has he been tapped up...or has his agent just decided that he can get a load more money from someone else and wants to see his client move to another club for his own payday.  Who knows anymore.

GToon
GToon

One of them plays, one of them doesn't. Big difference. 

Andy Brannen
Andy Brannen

Raheem Sterling ??? More like Darren Anderton # sick note #

StephenBowers
StephenBowers

More here than the club are saying!

Released by Bristol and the the longest small injury in the history of football.

Conspiracy theories welcome.

Big Al 1967
Big Al 1967

@StephenBowers Could not agree more. There is something seriously wrong that we are not being told. 

Either that or his Muscles are made of glass

terriertwo
terriertwo

The only link between Sterling and Aarons is that Sterling will move on in the summer to make mega bucks and Aarons will probably sign for Liverpool for pennies. We'll probably be stuck with the useless Obertan and Ameobi for the next three few years. Ambition nil.