Won 1 Lost 9 – Goals for 3 Goals Against 29: Just another month at Newcastle United
Newcastle United – another month, another set of disastrous results.
Just as well February is the shortest month of the year.
Including last night’s latest feeble negative away display and defeat at Stoke City, this is the record of the three Newcastle United teams since 1 February 2016:
3 February (First team) Everton 3 Newcastle 0
6 February (First team) Newcastle 1 West Brom 0
6 February (Academy) Newcastle 0 Everton 8
8 February (Reserves) Newcastle 1 Stoke 2
13 February (First team) Chelsea 5 Newcastle 1
13 February (Academy) Newcastle 0 Manchester City 2
16 February (Academy) Sunderland 1 Newcastle 0
22 February (Reserves) Newcastle 0 Fulham 3
27 February (Academy) Newcastle 0 Derby 4
2 March (First team) Stoke 1 Newcastle 0
LAST 31 DAYS
Played 10 Won 1 Drawn 0 Lost 9
Goals For 3 Goals Against 29
Last night’s defeat at the Britannia means that the three Newcastle teams combined have only 17 wins this season and 42 defeats, the breakdown here:
First Team: P30 W7 D6 L17
Reserves/Under 21s: P19 W4 D5 L10
Academy/Under 18s: P23 W6 D2 L15
Overall Newcastle United 2015/16 record: P72 W17 D13 L42
The record of the three teams from 1 January 2015 to the end of last season was:
First Team: P19 W3 D3 L13
Reserves: P15 W2 D4 L9
Academy: P14 W4 D1 L9
Which when added to this season’s stats, gives the following overall record since 1 January 2015:
P120 W26 D21 L73
There isn’t just a losing culture throughout the club, there is a poison that is spread from the very top.
The heart has been torn out of Newcastle United by Mike Ashley with his chaotic and manipulative running of our football club to support the rest of his business empire.
The chewing gum and string that maybe once held the club together despite his best efforts has now dried out/snapped and we are heading only one way while he remains as owner.
Steve McClaren, Graham Carr, Lee Charnley, Mike Ashley, Peter Beardsley, Dave Watson, Paul Simpson, Ian Cathro…none of you are part of the solution at Newcastle United, you are all part of the problem.
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