If you look hard enough then I’m sure you will be able to catch most of these matches on some TV channel but all I’m interested in is that they are fit for purpose come August for Newcastle United.
NUFC News In Brief
Mike Ashley is embroiled in a legal battle with one of the directors at Everton, Robert Earl.
What I find tiresome is the fact that we are supposed to be grateful for all of this. It is like lending one of your mates a tenner and when he pays you back a couple of yours later you should be kissing his feet in gratitude.
Watch out though of course before you plan too far ahead from there, in the weeks following the fixtures release you’ll need to see who SKY and BT will pick for their early season live TV matches.
I hate to say it but a strong Sunderland could only be good for Newcastle United, there is nothing like competition to keep everybody on their toes and in the last thirty odd years you must admit the red and whites have let the side down rather badly.
So when I found out that many of the players at White Hart Lane thought at one point they’d got through I had to laugh. When you finish fifth bottom you have to get your pleasure somewhere!
Whether this move has any bearing on Pardew’s future, or the cancellation has a perfectly innocent explanation, it won’t stop supporters talking. One thing we can at least rule out is that Alan Pardew isn’t unveiling the signing of Wayne Rooney this Friday night.
Reports today suggest that Newcastle are interested in signing a central defender from Belgian club Anderlecht.
While Liverpool will be looking to get cash in as quick as possible to use on signings they want to make, it would seem guaranteed they’ll want to recover every penny/cent they can of the £35m.
The findings of the survey resulted in 75% stating they’d prefer to stand, while 14% would still choose to sit if they had the choice and 11% not bothered either way.