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NUFC Threat Level releases statement…

3 years ago

NUFC Threat Level is one of the most popular Newcastle United fan accounts on Twitter.

As an antidote to people taking themselves too seriously and a rash of personal statements…they decided to release their own.

We found it amusing and asked @NUFCThreatLevel if we could share it with those who aren’t on Twitter…

NUFC Threat Level: ‘Everyone is releasing statements today so I’ve decided to go ahead and do so too.’

‘Remember when we’d take off our shoes and wave them about at away games? I know a lad who lost a shoe doing that.

‘Remember when that lad held his artificial leg up in the air at Villa? That was good. I think we lost that one.

Was that the Oba Martins debut when he got injured? That might be wrong. I forget now. It was proper ages ago now I think on.

There’ll be a few of you looking at this thinking “what’s he on about?” Well “Aston Villa” are a Championship club who used to be decent in the early 80s. Now they aren’t.

There’s a “YOU ARE HERE” map next to one of the turnstiles at the Leazes End that is wildly inaccurate if you’re ever bored. God I’m bored.

Is the “North East Top Dogs” contest a competition between us and Huddersfield Town now?

I never figured out the rules but then again I never once gave a flying f… for a contest I was told meant the world to me by Sky TV and the like. Just let it be Sunderland again, I say.

Mike Neville recently died, that’s a shame.He represented the good old days when the TV didn’t tell you how to carry on. Assume Duncan Wood is still knocking about so the brave fight goes on.

They don’t play AC/DC at the match anymore. Or very rarely at least. Why? There’s your pilot episode of “Duncan Wood investigates”, ITV 2.

We got near on a million quid from Tottenham for Kevin Scott.’

You can follow the author on Twitter @NUFCThreatLevel


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