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A Win Every 60 Days – What On Earth Are These Newcastle Fans Moaning About…

6 years ago

When Newcastle line up against Leicester City on Saturday 18th October, the previous 297 days will have yielded five wins in the Premier League.

That is one Premier League win every sixty days on average.

Just think what else has happened in your life in the last 297 days and then think in all of that time you have seen the team win just five times in the league.

This is where it becomes laughable when Newcastle United roll out first [intlink id=”48220″ type=”post”]Fabricio Coloccini[/intlink], and now today [intlink id=”48478″ type=”post”]Papiss Cisse[/intlink], to say the supporters are hurting the team by complaining about Alan Pardew’s management.

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Of course they are right in a small way, Newcastle fans shouldn’t be giving Pardew all of this stick, EVERYBODY at the club who is responsible for these results should be getting called to account.

Yes the manager, but also Mike Ashley, all the coaching staff and all of the players, particularly Coloccini who was appalling yet again on Saturday and also yet again, refuses to come out after games and stand up for the club, team and fans as captain, leaving it to the likes of Mike Williamson last week and Papiss Cisse and Gabriel Obertan at Swansea.

Those five wins incidentally came against the clubs who finished 11th, 13th, 15th, 16th and 20th last season, plus two of them were last gasp injury time winners – it could have been a win every 100 days! Maybe that is a new record Alan Pardew and his players can get their teeth into and aim for!

Imagine any other set of fans to go these 297 days since Boxing Day with only five Premier League wins and the manager to still be in his job?

Answers on a postcard.


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