So Newcastle fans, what are you going to do?

It seems like a lot more than a year ago that fans were up in arms as Mike Ashley yet again failed to invest in the team, selling Yohan Cabaye in that January window and not buying any players.

newcastle fansThe net result being that Newcastle crawled to the end of the season and we sat in misery as a first half of the season was wasted, with only then five Premier League wins last season after Boxing Day, two of them courtesy of injury time Papiss Cisse winners.

Back then, twelve months ago, there was fury amongst many Newcastle fans, realising that the price freeze ten/nine/eight year deals were simply a hook to help Ashley keep bums on seats.

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It was a big topic a year ago, how many people would be chucking in the long-term deals, with fans having to opt out by the end of January if they didn’t want to be committed to going this current season. Although, those on the ten year deals had until the end of February as they’d never been sent updated terms and conditions, with that original ten year deal specifying end of February as the point when you had to opt out by.

Back then I do believe many people (vast majority longstanding fans) told Mike Ashley where to stick it and walked away but what is the case this time?

There has been next to no talk on this website or elsewhere this time, so are there not many supporters calling it a day this January, or is it a case of last season causing more awareness of this January deadline and people just quietly cancelling without making a song and dance about it.

Well I’ve had enough and packed mine in this time. A year ago many of my mates did but myself and a few others thought we’d give it (yet) another chance.

One year on and we’ve lost our other two best players (as well as Cabaye) from last season in Debuchy and Loic Remy, brought in a few good signings like Colback, Perez and Janmaat, plus what look budget signings that will take us nowhere, such as Riviere, Darlow, Lascelles (yes I know these two haven’t even played a game yet but they can’t even get a game for Forest in the Championship at the moment), Ferreyra. Remy Cabella has shown next to nothing yet and we wait to see whether injury-plagued Siem De Jong can make the massive step up from the Dutch league.

In other news, Newcastle have sold their manager and not replaced him, seemingly have no intention of buying any senior players this window, but have banked the Mapou fee and got Ben Arfa off the wage bill.

I have no doubt that Mike Ashley is intent on giving puppet John Carver the job permanently, no credible person would go on the was Carver has in his interviews and be willing to be used so blatantly by the owner. Talk about a desperate man – Carver has said they can buy and sell who they want and he’ll not claim, he’s happy to work under whatever conditions and so on.

To the deluded out there – we are not getting a proper head coach, you are mental if you think somebody like Frank De Boer will take it, or anybody else who can get a proper job elsewhere.

newcastle fansMike Ashley will shortly have to announce the finances from last season and it is expected that profits will be at least £50m, thanks in the main  to buying NO players last season and banking the extra tens of millions from TV, as well as selling Cabaye for £20m.

This season we have went budget shopping again and got lucky with Perez, Janmaat and Colback which might just about ensure we stay up…this time.

Ironically, Mike Ashley can still sell Moussa Sissoko on Monday (last day of transfer window) after tomorrow’s season ticket deadline (for those on long-term deals) ends.

Don’t delay, even if nobody buys him now, Sissoko will be 100% gone by the summer at the latest.

I dallied last January and have had to endure another absolute rubbish twelve months of football, but no more. I have cancelled and next season I may well go to matches but I won’t be TRAPPED into doing so by being part of this cynical long-term deal which kids you that it is for your benefit.

There is still time but not much of it.

If you want to keep going and blindly supporting Mike Ashley with no way out, then fine.

If you are thinking about it then act now, believe me I feel so much better having taken the plunge.

As I’ve said, if I go and watch he home matches next season it will be because I WANT to be there, not trudging up the hill like I’m going to work.

Get in touch with the club by email to [email protected] or ring them on 0844 372 1892, you won’t regret it.

“Special


  • wontbemissed

    Bye

  • Sickandtiredstill

    Already ditched it. The stories yesterday of further reductions in certain areas just goes to show what we know – he’ll do anything to keep the ground full, other than spend money to make us an ambitious and successful footballing team.

  • Stevie Aces Renforth

    Don’t buy if you what rid of the leach Ashley

  • LeazesEnder

    Sickandtiredstill I started boycotting the club shop under shepherd in protest at his mishandling, siphoning off revenue, and ludicrous players bought to cover the gaping holes. and over the head of his managers! …if someone if feeding you poison you don’t buy him a bigger spoon!   Ashley and his regime are taking the proverbial.

  • A lex

    Ah, but we ARE missed. Everybody is going on about the lack of enthusiasm and atmosphere at SJP these days. By and large, those going nowadays have no idea how to support and get behind a team, or are “champagne socialists” enjoying a posh day out.
    The only ones clapping out of sheer pleasure are Ashley and Charnley. Ker-ching.

  • wor monga

    Look turn away from the club if you want to…nobody is
    forcing you to stay (least of all Ashley), and it’s still a free country…you’re
    not happy with the service and that’s your decision. Thousands of supporters
    have given it away over the years, for whatever reason, and never looked back…Why
    come on here and make a song and dance about it though…the club will still be
    here when all of us are gone, and that’s a fact of life!!!

  • vbhgft

    I am not on a long-term deal. I renew mine every June.

    Next June, I will renew as usual. Platinum club.

  • vbhgft

    A lex The sooner football is gentrified away from the braying, reeking hoi polloi the better. The future is people such as myself and others of a like mind.

    No place in our new world for dinosaurs.

    Bye.

  • wontbemissed

    Your negativity is not missed. Believe me. By all means give it up. I respect that choice . But don’t force feed the rest of us who choose not to that you are claiming moral high ground. 50k last season loads give up spouting would be lucky to get 30k this year . Result is 50k again. Like I say it’s a choice . But do you really need to broadcast it in the hope others follow suit ?

  • vbhgft

    wontbemissed Exactly. If you don’t want to go anymore don’t go.

    I don’t go fishing like I used to many years ago, but I don’t go on to fishing websites encouraging people not to renew their permits.

    By all means go. Just leave the rest of us to it and stop your moaning/moralising.

  • Maximus Moose

    vbhgft MUG

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft wontbemissed Trolls. Platinum club, hahahahaha! By the way, you certainly post often enough on here in support of Ashley so stop being a complete hypocrite.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    wontbemissed No, only in the hope that the man will take a walk and we get an owner or owners who actually care about competitive football. Plainly you are happy enough to expect nothing more than 10 th and zero competition for anything else. Just like a SD punter, wanting his 100 quid trainers for 20.

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft wontbemissed Why am I being a hypocrite?  I am a platinum club season ticket holder and if, as you say, I support Ashley, the where is the hypocrisy in my putting money into his pocket?

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill wontbemissed If Sports Direct sell £100 trainers for £20. Good. I’ll have a pair. Make that two pairs. No, make it a pair for the whole family.

  • mr newcastle

    vbhgft you are a mug keep it up soon you will have no team to support this club will soon drop quicker than leeds when he finally takes everything there will be nothing left to support so if you think its great keep in mind what i said because this club is nothing but a waste a fizzy pop club should take nufc place in the prem A CLUB WITH AMBITION whe you went fishing did you go to CATCH NO FISH

  • mr newcastle

    1957 NOTHING BUT SCABS

  • vbhgft

    mr newcastle vbhgft Yes, sometimes I caught no fish. That’s fishing. Sometimes we beat Chelsea. That’s football.

  • vbhgft

    1957 Excellent post. If a dodgy Russian oligarch or Thai money launderer bought NUFC and we considerably improved on our current position and played great football week in week out, the bloke would be canonised by the fans. Nobody would give a damn about their business practices.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft Sickandtiredstill wontbemissed  “but I don’t go on to fishing websites encouraging people not to renew their permits. By all means go. Just leave the rest of us to it and stop your moaning/moralising.”

    Your posted that. How do you justify your vociferous defence of Ashley and slagging off those against him, then suggest we have no cause nor right to state the opposite? That is hypocrisy is it not? It certainly fits the definition.

    I have never told anyone, including yourself, to give up their ST’s. Luckily, the one thing Ashley and his supporters cannot stop nor prevent is dissent against his parasitic ownership of us.

    I truly worry about the moral compass you and your likes posses, or rather don’t.

    Carry on buying your 20 quid trainers and enjoy watching your cut price football team. You fit the typical market audience Ashley aims for and caters to.

  • mr newcastle

    vbhgft  mr newcastle we have sunk that low the mackems have done us more than once plus one must remember we are the club who dont want to win so how can in sport, can anyone support something that does not want to win he will leave this club worse of than leeds where

  • WallaceWilson

    I don’t think the author is trying to claim the moral high ground. He’s just explaining why he’s decided not to renew. I made the same decision in 2009 and haven’t regretted it. My mate kept his and continues to go home and away. He’s happy with his choice and I’m happy with mine. It’s not a crusade. There’s room for both options. Why be so absolutist about it?

  • mr newcastle

    Sickandtiredstill wontbemissed competitive football what is that something the mackem are doing when playing us

  • stephen richards

    Already given notice on my season ticket watching Williamson come on against Southampton to give us an Ariel threat was like watching the red lion v the queens head the club has become a total joke unfortunately I don’t think we can get rid of Ashley on a couple of years in the championship Will do that

  • mr newcastle

    TRUE FACTS ARE NUFC ARE GOING KNOWHERE BUT DOWN THE LEAGUE THEN OUT IF FOLK CANT SEE THAT THEY MUST BE BLIND WE WILL GET RELEGATED AT THIS RATE ITS A SHAME FOR OUR CLUB BUT FOLK STILL WATCH CR P

  • mr newcastle

    stephen richards at the end of the season how many goals against do you think we will have 60 plus i think

  • Sickandtiredstill

    1957 We have 129 million of debt, to Ashley, after almost 8 years. Unmistakable and unarguable fact. 

    I respect everyone’s right to carry on going, or not. As you correctly point out, there was no backlash (mostly) against the previous owners, though there was plenty against the McKeag, Seymour, Westwoods of our past. I would however point out that many who use the Hall argument are also sitting in seats which that debt largely paid for. Certainly Mr Platinum Club, lower down these pages. True?

    Are the Hall/Shepherd salaries any worse  than (or even close to) Ashley paying nothing to the club for SD advertising and taking the merchandising/retail profit from the club now? 3.8 million per season was the last numbers touted for shirt sales etc. Indeed, in his very few words reported he stated that this income “was substantial and benefits SD and its shareholders”.

    Even using the “ah yes, but we saw great football’ cyniscism, I would counter by asking – for our 129 million of continued debt, what do we now have in return?  

    The less informed suggest we would have done a Leeds, and plainly that is incorrect. TV revenue ensured that was never going to be the case. Unfortunately, every other revenue stream under Ashley has decreased in real terms and he is ensuring that not even the full amount of player sales is reinvested into the team and club he stated needs to be self sustaining.

  • mr newcastle

    stephen richards i would rather watch us in the championship as long as he has gone we may then have at least ambition

  • stevennufc

    1957 in them 50yrs of going to the matches did you go to any cup semi finals? ( under hall and shepherd)….or cup finals? (under hall and shepherd)……or do you prefer mid table mediocrity (under fatty)…and no cup runs(under fatty)….yes you are an individual!…..but so is every lamb grows into a sheep…..they cant see where they are going to end up……but we can!!

  • Sickandtiredstill

    stevennufc 1957 yes, two Finals. Didn’t you?

  • stevennufc

    Sickandtiredstill stevennufc 1957 yep!….i did……how many will you go to under this regime?….ask yourself!!!!!!

  • mr newcastle

    Sickandtiredstill 1957 no man we cant have that much debt impossible anyway he will take every penny from this club

  • magpie9

    Canceled last year, its amazing how much less stressful a weekend is. I wont even go to any home games. If the away games are within a few hours drive  I get the missus & make a weekend of it, she goes shopping & I go to game. Sat night a few pints & a good meal followed by overnight in a b & b makes the drive on Sunday a pleasure. The best thing is I spend my money my way & Ashley gets none of it

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft There we are. Obviously 129 million of debt is not understandable to you is it? The fact you couldn’t care less about the owners business practices (or seem to know much about them) says it all.

  • mr newcastle

    stevennufc Sickandtiredstill 1957 remember nufc dont do cups

  • Sickandtiredstill

    stevennufc absolutely zero! Apologies, I thought it was another poster and I am in agreement with you.

  • wor monga

    @ 1957…your comment makes good sense…I started about the
    same time as your date there…season ’56 -’57 which was probably the lowest point
    we could go, followed by a series of more low points at regular intervals…people
    said they’d had enough during these times, and that was it…f**k it, but at no
    time did they need to spill their guts about it or cry on to all and sundry…as
    if them stopping going to the match meant jack sh*t…they probably missed not
    meeting up with their mates for a couple of pints before the game if anything.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    mr newcastle Is that sarcasm or a serious question? We certainly do still owe him 129 million.

  • magpie9

    Sickandtiredstill 1957  The 129 mil debt is all smoke & mirrors, Ashley is not the type of bloke to be in anything that doesn’t make him money. The financial figures will be out soon & you will see how much he is raking in

  • Sickandtiredstill

    wor monga If the majority of our crowd stopped going to the match back in the day, this club would have went out of business. Its only tv money keeping the majority of clubs in business now, not Ashleys or anyone else’s genius.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    magpie9 Sickandtiredstill 1957 I know he’s raking it in, mate, but that debt is still owed to him. He ain’t paying any of it down despite taking money out by various means.

  • mr newcastle

    Sickandtiredstill  mr newcastle how can that be does the money he makes not count for anything at all sad times for the toon

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft  mr newcastle sometimes we make 60 million profit and yet still owe the owner 129 million. Sometimes we win one FA cup tie in 5 years. That’s football – under Ashley.

  • wor monga

    magpie9 Do you only pick the games that aren’t televised for your
    weekend away trips then…cos if you don’t he we still pick up the cash from the
    TV money, and any share of the gate receipts…

  • mr newcastle

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft  mr newcastle just seems impossible to be in debt by that much because how much he makes oh thats pis ed me off good style

  • Demented_Man

    vbhgft A lex Who the hell exactly do you think you are?  The king of Siam?

  • mr newcastle

    no wonder he wont spend if he really has not got all that money back but then he must make more

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft You’re right. I don’t care. I didn’t care about any of the previous owners since 1967-68 either. I want to watch NUFC play football, good or bad, so that is what I do.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    mr newcastle because he has the best of everything! The club still owe him 129 million while he/SD profit year in and out from our merchandising operation and the unpaid for advertising. Conservatively say that’s worth 10 million a season now (it was 3.8 million just for shirt sales a couple of years ago) and he’s been here almost 8. That = 80 million he’s benefited from while paying absolutely nothing back off the ‘loan’ he holds over us. If he sells, he wants his purchase price + the loan back, even though in real terms he will have recouped the loan amount already. That’s just scratching the surface, no matter what anyone else tries to tell you and well before you get into business valuations and profit to earnings ratios..

  • vbhgft

    Demented_Man vbhgft A lex Ha ha! Nice one. Compared to most football fans, yes I am

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft Sickandtiredstill Fine. Could have said that from the beginning.

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft wontbemissed You will find nowhere in my posts where I show “vociferous” or indeed any actual support for Ashley. You believe I support Ashley because, in your eyes, I do due to the act I still by my season ticket.

    By your rancorous, distorted standards, then yes, I guess I must support Ashley. I buy his product.

    Is it really that cut and dried to you? Can a man not pay out to watch some football every few weeks if he wants to? Or presumably unless I give up my season ticket, in your eyes, I am supporting Ashley.

    ok you win, I support Ashley.

  • vbhgft

    stephen richards Fine. Go and watch Gateshead.

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft I don’t care.

  • wor monga

    Sickandtiredstill wor monga With the PL the TV money is king ?…so why not just stay away
    and let others be free to go and watch them play football…if that’s what they
    want…back in the day…they supported because they wanted to support the lads
    through thick and thin, regardless…enjoyable or otherwise, but they supported…now
    they cry on and bellyache, as though somebody out there gives a stuff…when in reality
    nobody does, and it’s in their own hands to turn away…that’s what it is!!!

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft Sickandtiredstill wontbemissed Not at all, its the sanctimonious way you put down anyone who is dissatisfied with the owner and the way the club is being run. Suggesting in a roundabout sort of way you are better than most of us doesn’t help either , particularly when you have no idea who most of us are. 

    King of Siam or Platinum Club, or commenting on accents and the ‘hoi polloi’- who care’s? Once upon a time a supporter was just a supporter and Darras Hall rubbed shoulders with Cruddas Park. I cannot believe for one moment you stood on the terraces year in and out.

    If you aren’t supporting him/his ownership then why exactly are you on here arguing? If you are nether for or against I don’t know what point it is you could be trying to make? That is indeed a black and white issue.

    Once again, I suggest to no one to give up their ST or stop going, that’s their choice completely. That does not detract from the fact there are some very serious issues to do with Ashley’s ownership and running of this club, and the majority of arguments in support of that are factually incorrect or certainly misguided / uniformed.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    wor monga Sickandtiredstill Sure. Name me one other owner or BOD’s that has stated that we are not and will not be interested in nor pursuing domestic or European competition?
    I and and I am sure the vast majority have supported the club, through thick and thin, because we always believed in winning something. At the very least the belief we were competing for something, not just PL survival to ensure the owners business profit.
    When that sinks in, then one has to realise if you want to watch a competitive football team, you are actually better off down the park on a Sunday morning.
    That is indeed why I am staying away but that does not mean I will accept what is happening and why.
    Keep going all you want. I have no issue with that. I have issues with the owner and a business model/plan designed only to earn him more money. This is not and should not be comparable to sports wear, this is professional competitive footballl, in which my club has stopped competing.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    1957 That would certainly be a step in the right direction and one I could agree with you on.

    P.S. Let’s not forget the Texaco Cup. I can say I have witnessed two cup wins at least ;-)

  • vbhgft

    Sickandtiredstill vbhgft wontbemissed Yes, I am sanctimonious. Guilty.

    No, I didn’t stand on the terraces. I always sat, from the age of eight.

    Yes, I put down those of you who are bleating and bellyaching and similarly 90% of you who come on here put me down, all the time. That’s just the sound of ideologies clashing.

    I want to carry on watching NUFC. You don’t. 

    That’s it, really.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    vbhgft Sickandtiredstill wontbemissed Far far worse than such a simplified comment will get you away with. Having posted this earlier –

    “The sooner football is gentrified away from the braying, reeking hoi polloi the better. The future is people such as myself and others of a like mind.”

    I bet you sit down when you [email protected]@s as well. Oik.

  • toon tony

    U0001f514end.!!!!

  • Sickandtiredstill

    1957 Beggars can’t be choosers.

  • magpie9

    vbhgft 1957  Quite right why should I care if a billionaire spends a small part of his vast fortune to make the team I have followed for decades a success on the pitch? He can cook the books all he wants as long as he TRIES to make team on the pitch compete to win something. Whose fans are the happiest Chelsea, City, United or us? Give me silverware, trips to Wembly, Europe etc over Ashleys growing bank account

  • Jarra MIck

    monga the idea of a messageboard is to share opinions about something we have an interest in. Are you saying we are not allowed to have a moan about the current bunch of cnuts who have ripped the heart out of our club? I’ve been going for 40 yrs so I think that entitles me to an opinion about these scumbags. So f**k you it is cnnuts like you that have allowed this to happen,

  • DavidDrape

    Thing i possibly work out cheaper for some games as he reduces prices game by game
    Been quite a few games where kids have been a fiver

  • No Brainer

    Tha’s it I’n not going back. I know will help the true fans out and watch in a pub.i mean hiw vould anybody go there its not even sjp what with its big stands clean seating.
    every one knows this club is dead ut has no soil eith no fans left fro days when we got 16,000 people through the door.
    surely we now all know that he knows nothing anout nowt and couldn’t even run a shop he won a bet with a bloke who he forced then yo become the chief executive of sd who is the one who made the money.
    I mean hiw could he trwat our players ouf heros like this after last year when he introduced zero hours gor playing staff after 25 points how does anyone expect sisdoko to work in tjose vobditiobs. I mean he would not want european football cos it makes hom tired and being big he prefers pies at english grounds rather than tapas thats why we get nee where sm not going back

  • Melchett

    wor monga

  • Melchett

    wor monga Well put, those that still go get the message from all the high horses rampaging around the moral high ground. I wonder how many of those still went when fat fred was slagging off one of our greatest players and boasting of the amount the club was ripping off supporters buying replica tops, whilst whoring in a spanish brothel with Douglas Who? At the same time as labelling their entire female family as dogs?? Never mind eh? Good ol’ fred only wanted the best for us, as long as he wasn’t f4cking paying for it. And we’re whinging because we’re dull!!

  • MilitantGeordie

    No Brainer You might want to use the edit function for this post. Seriously how did you type ‘ conditions’ as ‘ vobditiobs’

  • MilitantGeordie

    I’ve only been to St James Park twice since 2011 and that was because i got the tickets for free. I also haven’t bought a toon top in the same time frame. It’s my personal stand against Ashley’s dictatorship and i’m not backing down. If everyone did the same from now to the end of the season ( I.E no money spent on merchandise and no attendance on match days) i’m pretty sure big change would soon follow. It’s down to the toon army to put their pride and passion to one side for a small amount of time in order to get our club back. I’m doing my bit… are you?

  • Sickandtiredstill

    Melchett wor monga Why come on here and support the fat man? That would be the only question I would ask of anyone. Like the current owner behaved any better when he was in the Middle East touting for a buyer  several years ago?? At least back then the club received the profits form shirt sales. Not now bonny lad, SD gets it.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    I am and have done after 40 years. I think we need to follow Rangers here and actually do something instead of whingeing about it. Unless the majority do something then we will just continue to be laughed at.

  • Angels North

    I gave my season ticket up last year but I’ve still been to 6 games this season. Haven’t 
    paid for a single game though, been given tickets from existing season ticket holders who
    can’t bear to go anymore. Already been offered free tickets for Stoke, Villa and Man Utd. There is going to be another fan exodus this season, to be replaced by more kids, middleclass families and students, which will improve the special atmosphere at the morgue no end.

  • Jarra MIck

    Hang on 1957 league cup v Man City wasn’t abysmal where you there? Best day out I have had at Wembley and the best performance, we were unlucky that day. If it wasn’t for that baldy Mackem we would have won.

  • No Brainer

    Surprised I could actually funtion nevermined type on a phone thanks of letting us know what vobditiobs meant I doubt I’d of worked it out. Gas a hood ring to it though.

  • No Brainer

    I’m puzzled ‘within a couple of hours drive’ by my reckoning your full if it only we’ve had only man u away tgats less thsn three. I’m sure your lass will over joyed to be let loose in the galleries and a bit of romance along roker sea front.

  • No Brainer

    Well done

  • No Brainer

    Good lad off you go

  • No Brainer

    Scabs so mr newcastle you think this is as important as the great union protests of history get a grip its a football club man.

  • No Brainer

    I would tgat is something I woukd chuck my ticket in for that cheksea and man chity are lauded is staggering.

  • No Brainer

    What interest free debt is bad business practice
    yep I will come work for you.

  • No Brainer

    But he hasn’t taken money out and we were just in the cip qtr final.

  • No Brainer

    Louis van gauling Friday. ‘ that is a question between the player and the board of manchester united”.
    Thats it I’m not going back even the opponents are doing what mike ashley says and only employing head coaches who dk the coaching I reckon he’s a glazer and cos old man glazer knows that newcastle would be the biggest club in the whole wide world.

  • magpie9

    No Brainer  Hey dummy cant you read? it says A FEW HOURS

  • magpie9

    No Brainer  I think you have 2 too many letters at the end of your name

  • paul janes

    There were at most 2500 season ticket holders in those day so to stop going was easy,wheras now you have to resign now for next year so no wonder it’s a matter for discussion nowadays
    Having said that I packed in but I never bought into the 10 year trap.

  • Melchett

    Sickandtiredstill Melchett wor monga
    Who supports the fat man? He is just as rancid as the previous regime, the only ‘plus’ you could give him is that he is at least up front. Being shafted by an outsider is bad enough, being shafted by your own is 100 times worse i’d say. The only difference now is SD gets it, before that every owner and director we’ve had got it. – See more at: //www.themag.co.uk/2015/01/today-deadline-day-newcastle-fans-going/#comments

  • Melchett

    A lex Aye kidda, you are missed, the ‘bundle of laughs’ section mourns you every game.

  • Melchett

    A lex  Aye kidda you are missed, the ‘bundle of laughs’ section mourns you every game.