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Newcastle Fans Getting Angry Last Season

9 years ago

Last season gave all Newcastle United fans plenty to smile about but what about the things that made you angry?

Each season we ask our magazine readers a load of questions in our exclusive Readers’ Poll and in one section we asked for the things that got their backs up last season..

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The Things That Annoyed Us Last Season

The capitulation at Craven Cottage after leading at half-time (Paul Samways), Not getting the penalty for the blatant handball at sunderland (Jack Stanley), The media’s obsession with Liverpool (Dave Walker), ‘arry Redknapp talking about Demba Ba (Ramon Fritschi), Tiote/Perch/opposition players exaggerating contact (Rob Nicholson), Lack of away tickets (anonymous), When David Luiz wasn’t sent off for bringing down Ba (Connor Broom),

O’Neill and his lies about Pardew visiting the referee at half-time (Robert Ramsey), Strawberry corner policy – heavy handed stewarding (Horsey), Any of our fans booing at matches (Andrew Kirkham),  Standard of referees such as Atkinson and Webb (Anonymous), The trial by TV at Brighton (Adam Barak), Michael Owen’s face on my TV and Van Persie’s behaviour at end of Arsenal away match (Mark Sneddon)

What made you angry last season? Add yours to the list.

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