Alan Shearer made every Newcastle fan very happy when he signed for the club in 1996.

What he then contributed in the next 10 years was beyond anybody’s expectations.

Not just the goals but his all round dedication to the cause, even cutting his England career short to give everything to the black and white cause.

Now Alan Shearer  has made one group of Newcastle United fans very happy.

Evgeny Kolbrodov is a founding member of the Moscow Mags, bringing Newcastle United fans together to support the team from afar.

With Russia hosting the World Cup and Alan Shearer a key member of the BBC team, the Moscow Mags were on a mission.

Desperate not to waste this chance, they have pursued (respectfully) the NUFC legend, trying to get a meeting with him.

Finally they got their reward and here you can see just how much it meant to Evgeny Kolobrodov and his fellow Moscow Mags.

Great stuff.

Evgeny Kolobrodov:

“It was one of the greatest 10 minutes ever in our lives.

“Alan is a top man. Great man.

“He was so kind to us.

“Maybe it was the best day in our lives.

“First and the most reason why our fans from Russia and the Ukraine fall in love with Newcastle was Alan Shearer and it’s no doubt, absolutely no doubt.

“Black and white stripes, amazing St James Park, Kevin Keegan, Bobby Robson, but first – Alan Shearer.

“Amazing, amazing player.”



  • Dillon Tovak

    I wonder if Alan thought maybe it was a ruse by the Russian ultras to kidnap him 😂

    Great to see though.

  • mactoon

    Great story 👍🏼

    • Leazes.

      Hardly

  • ghostrider

    It’s funny but you never see English supporters of Russian teams. lol
    Great to see Alan Get idolised from afar though.

  • Leazes.

    I feel sorry for them if the think spending a few minutes with Shearer made for the best day of their lives.

    • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

      Sour sour specimen.

  • paul mclaughlan

    It was one of the greatest 10 minutes ever in our lives”.

    Good to see Shearer being so generous with his time.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Was in Moscow for the European Cup Tie not long ago against Anzhi the game played in Moscow. The number of Newcastle supporters was seventy two as hard to get into the country with a weeks notice. These guys were to our left in a separate section was about forty Russian toon fans. A great trip except most bars eight pounds a pint.

    • Peter C

      Not all Newcastle supporters are as fortunate as you have been, financially or otherwise.

      Just because you’ve been blessed with the good fortune to follow the club overseas, doesn’t make you some sort of superfan, whos every written word, and opinions should be treated with the same kind of reverence, as the holy scriptures.

      There are many thousands of fans in the North East and over the country, who would’ve done the same thing, if they had the money and time to do it, as you so obviously had, so please, try not to sound so smug about it.

      I’m sure you didn’t have to sell your house to fund the trip, as it has been reported, many Peru fans have, for their visit to Russia this year.

      A little humility, goes a long way.

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Not sure you have seen the comments on here that I am a troll, work for Sports Direct, live in Manchester and have a season ticket for Old Trafford and my brother is Fleckmen and my father a troll two. All three of us have the same I.P. address. Hence my reply above. I get the most stick on here for backing the club and never aggressive back. Also do not think saying proud to be a member of the Moscow seventy two is smug as it’s true.

        • Peter C

          Monkseaton Magpies

          Firstly apologies, for the time it’s taken to get back to you, and respond.

          Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you really don’t do yourself any favours.

          Saying that you’re proud of attending an overseas fixture, and that other Newcastle fans should show you some respect for you doing so, and because you have stood in the cold.

          Give yourself a shake, many fans if not thousands before you, have done the same, and they aren’t asking for, or demanding praise for it, as you seem to be. It comes across as arrogant and demeaning to the ones, who haven’t been as fortunate as you, in seeing Newcastle play on foreign soil.

          There may be many a good reason, as to why fans can’t attend away games or in fact stand in the cold, it doesn’t make them any the less loyal or passionate about the club than yourself. For what it’s worth, I do believe you are passionate about the club, if somewhat misguided in your beliefs and thoughts.

          You seem to confuse loyalty to the club, with that to Mike Ashley, which are two different things.

          It’s ridicules to say that most people on this site hate Newcastle, as it’s to say, that you can only be a true supporter, if you live within the clubs’ city limits. The club has many avid and loyal supporters all over the world, many which have never been within smelling distance of St James Park, let alone inside it.

          Let’s cover the points you’ve raised in your reply to my post.

          Firstly, yes I’m aware of the criticism / abuse / stick that you get on this site, and how your views and opinions are on the whole, mainly ridiculed and belittled, and that you receive a fair bit of personal enmity.

          I would have to say that I disagree with almost all of your thoughts and opinions on the various topics you have commented on. But it’s not to say, I believe you don’t have the right to say or think these things, because you do, and certainly without the personal abuse, which you’ve received on here.

          We live in a democracy where people have the right to think and believe in what they want, no matter what other people may think. But you really do leave yourself open, to criticism and attack by some of the statements that you’ve make on this website.

          Harry S Truman is quoted as saying,” If you don’t like the heat, get out of the kitchen. “ So if you don’t like what is said about you, or your opinions it would be probably be for the best, that you didn’t visit the site, or at least don’t make any comments on it.

          I don’t think for one minute that you live in Manchester, or have a season ticket at Old Trafford, but why can’t you understand, how people think that you are some way connected to Mike Ashley.

          You persistently shower him with a constant stream of praise, for what he has done for the club and the great way he is running it, which some may say borders on sycophancy.

          Mike Ashley is no modern day white knight, who came to the rescue of Newcastle, when it was in distress, or is a benevolent philanthropist, who wants to put the club back on the footballing map, out of the goodness of his heart, or out of some sort distant admiration for the club or region.

          Many hold the point of view on this site, and I am one of them, that he’s a cold hearted calculating businessman, who wants to maximise his investment, anyway he can, by any means at his disposal, who would toss aside anyone, no matter who, to achieve his aims, no matter what harm he may cause.

          He is certainly no Mother Theresa figure, the way you and some others try to portray him, or in effect believe him to be.

          And as far as sharing IP addresses, can’t you see how it looks, that you all must be related or at least live in or use the same building, you all share the same views. The only other conclusion that anyone can make, is that you are all one and the same person, which personally, I don’t believe either, or I may be wrong.

          As for your modest lifestyle and frugalness, one man’s humble house, is another’s mansion. Northumberland is designated as an area of deprivation by the European Union, which can’t be said of a location like Monkseaton, I know this, because I live reasonably close to it, and know the locality well.

          Regarding your careful eating habits and use of public transport, not everyone can afford to travel on cheap public transport as you do, let alone a own car, with some having the unenviable task of deciding, whether they eat or pay a bill, which is evident by the disgusting raise and need for food banks, so this somewhat makes, your sacrifices look, relatively small.

          I’ve been trying to decide what kind of person / fan you are, and come to the conclusion, you are one of three things.

          1) You are a passionate toon fan, but sadly a naïve and misguided person, who have been taken in by Mike Ashley and his PR machine i.e. Keith Bishop Associates.

          2) You are in fact in some way connected to Mike Ashley and his PR machine, employed to pump out his propaganda.

          3) You are an Agent Provocateur, who is deliberating trying to incite inflammatory responses and reactions to cause upset, which having looked up the definition of the word “Troll” is practically the same thing, but I personally prefer the phase Agent Provocateur

          4) Or maybe you’re a fourth, which I have no knowledge of.

          Getting back to the “Proud” thing which you mentioned in your original post.

          If I can remember rightly, you mentioned in a previous post, you achieved gaining a degree by the age 20, be proud of that, and rightly so. If you ever save a life, be proud of that, if you ever find a cure, for one of the many cancers that there are, be proud of that also. But for being one of 72 people who attended a football match on a cold winter’s night in Moscow, the use of the word “Proud” is used in the wrong context.

          Please feel free to make any comment regarding my post, to yours. And by the way, not so long ago you told people to keep the faith. I’ve never lost the faith in over 50 years of watching and supporting Newcastle United, enduring many more downs than ups, but it doesn’t mean I have any faith or belief in the owner, Mike Ashley.

          ,

          .

        • Peter C

          Monkseaton Magpies

          Firstly apologies, for the time it’s taken to get back to you, and respond.

          Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you really don’t do yourself any favours.

          Saying that you’re proud of attending an overseas fixture, and that other Newcastle fans should show you some respect for you doing so, and because you have stood in the cold.

          Give yourself a shake, many fans if not thousands before you, have done the same, and they aren’t asking for, or demanding praise for it, as you seem to be. It comes across as arrogant and demeaning to the ones, who haven’t been as fortunate as you, in seeing Newcastle play on foreign soil.

          There may be many a good reason, as to why fans can’t attend away games or in fact stand in the cold, it doesn’t make them any the less loyal or passionate about the club than yourself. For what it’s worth, I do believe you are passionate about the club, if somewhat misguided in your beliefs and thoughts.

          You seem to confuse loyalty to the club, with that to Mike Ashley, which are two different things.

          It’s ridicules to say that most people on this site hate Newcastle, as it’s to say, that you can only be a true supporter, if you live within the clubs’ city limits. The club has many avid and loyal supporters all over the world, many which have never been within smelling distance of St James Park, let alone inside it.

          Let’s cover the points you’ve raised in your reply to my post.

          Firstly, yes I’m aware of the criticism / abuse / stick that you get on this site, and how your views and opinions are on the whole, mainly ridiculed and belittled, and that you receive a fair bit of personal enmity.

          I would have to say that I disagree with almost all of your thoughts and opinions on the various topics you have commented on. But it’s not to say, I believe you don’t have the right to say or think these things, because you do, and certainly without the personal abuse, which you’ve received on here.

          We live in a democracy where people have the right to think and believe in what they want, no matter what other people may think. But you really do leave yourself open, to criticism and attack by some of the statements that you’ve make on this site.

          Harry S Truman is quoted as saying,” If you don’t like the heat, get out of the kitchen. “ So if you don’t like what is said about you, or your opinions it would be probably be for the best, that you didn’t visit the site, or at least don’t make any comments on it.

          I don’t think for one minute that you live in Manchester, or have a season ticket at Old Trafford, but why can’t you understand, how people think that you are some way connected to Mike Ashley.

          You persistently shower him, with a constant stream of praise, for what he has done for the club and the great way he is running it, which some may say borders on sycophancy.

          Mike Ashley is no modern day white knight, who came to the rescue of Newcastle, when it was in distress, or is a benevolent philanthropist, who wants to put the club back on the footballing map, out of the goodness of his heart, or out of some sort distant admiration he has for the club or region.

          Many hold the point of view on this site, and I am one of them, that he’s a cold hearted calculating businessman, who wants to maximise his investment, anyway he can, by any means at his disposal, who would toss aside anyone, no matter who, to achieve his aims, no matter what harm he may cause.

          He is certainly no Mother Theresa figure, the way you and some others try to portray him, or in effect believe him to be.

          And as far as sharing IP addresses, can’t you see how it looks, that you all must be related or at least live in or use the same building, you all share the same views. The only other conclusion that anyone can make, is that you are all one and the same person, which personally, I don’t believe either.

          As for your modest lifestyle and frugalness, one man’s humble house, is another’s mansion. Northumberland is designated as an area of deprivation by the European Union, which can’t be said of a location like Monkseaton, I know this, because I live reasonably close to it, and know the locality well.

          Regarding your careful eating habits and use of public transport, not everyone can afford to travel on cheap public transport as you do, let alone a own car, with some having the unenviable task of deciding, whether they eat or pay a bill, which is evident by the disgusting raise and need for food banks, so this somewhat makes, your sacrifices look, relatively small.

          I’ve been trying to decide what kind of person / fan you are, and come to the conclusion, you are one of three things.

          1) You are a passionate toon fan, but sadly a naïve and misguided person, who have been taken in by Mike Ashley and his PR machine i.e. Keith Bishop Associates.

          2) You are in fact in some way connected to Mike Ashley and his PR machine, employed to pump out his propaganda.

          3) You are an Agent Provocateur, who is deliberating trying to incite inflammatory responses and reactions to cause upset, which having looked up the definition of the word “Troll” is practically the same thing, but I personally prefer the phase Agent Provocateur

          4) Or maybe you’re a fourth, which I have no knowledge of.

          Getting back to the “Proud” thing which you mentioned in your original post.

          If I can remember rightly, you mentioned in a previous post, you achieved gaining a degree by the age 20, be proud of that, and rightly so. If you ever save a life, be proud of that, if you ever find a cure, for one of the many cancers that there are, be proud of that also. But for being one of 72 people, who attended a football match on a cold winter’s night in Moscow, the use of the word “Proud” is used in the wrong context.

          Please feel free to make any comment regarding my post, to yours. And by the way, not so long ago you told people to keep the faith. I’ve never lost the faith in over 50 years of watching and supporting Newcastle United, enduring many more downs than ups, but it doesn’t mean I have any faith or belief in the owner, Mike Ashley.

        • Peter C

          Monkseaton Magpies

          Firstly, apologies for the time it’s taken to get back to you, and respond.

          Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you really don’t do yourself any favours.

          Saying that you’re proud of attending an overseas fixture, and that other Newcastle fans should show you some respect for doing so, and because you have stood in the cold.

          Give yourself a shake, many fans if not thousands before you, have done the same, and they aren’t asking for, or demanding praise for it, as you seem to be. It comes across as arrogant and demeaning to the others, who haven’t been as fortunate as you, in seeing Newcastle play on foreign soil.

          There may be many good reasons, as to why fans can’t attend away games, or in fact stand in the cold. It doesn’t make them any the less loyal or passionate about the club than yourself. For what it’s worth, I do believe you are passionate about the club, if somewhat misguided in your beliefs and thoughts.

          You seem to confuse loyalty to the club, with that to Mike Ashley, which are two different things.

          It’s ridicules to say that most people on this site hate Newcastle, as it’s to say, that you can only be a true supporter, if you live within the clubs’ city limits. The club has many avid and loyal supporters all over the world, many which have never been within smelling distance of St James Park, let alone inside it.

          Let’s cover the points you’ve raised in your reply to my post.

          Firstly, yes I’m aware of the criticism / abuse / stick that you get on this site, and how your views and opinions are on the whole, mainly ridiculed and belittled, and that you receive a fair bit of personal enmity.

          I would have to say that I disagree with almost all of your thoughts and opinions on the various topics you have commented on. But it’s not to say, I don’t believe you have the right to say, or think these things, because you do, and certainly without the personal abuse which you’ve received.

          We live in a democracy where people have the right to think and believe in what they want, no matter what other people may think. But you really don’t help yourself, and leave yourself open to criticism and attack, by some of the statements that you make.

          American president, Harry S Truman is quoted as saying,” If you don’t like the heat, get out of the kitchen. “ So if you don’t like what is said about you, or your opinions, it would be my advice, to probably not come on the Mag, or at least don’t make any comments on it.

          I don’t think for one minute that you live in Manchester, or have a season ticket at Old Trafford, but why can’t you understand, how people think that have some sort of connection to Mike Ashley.

          You persistently shower him with a constant stream of praise, for what he has done for the club, and the great way he is running it, which could be looked upon, as sycophancy.

          Mike Ashley is no modern day white knight, who came to the rescue of Newcastle, when it was in distress, or is he a benevolent philanthropist, who wants to put the club back on the footballing map, out of the goodness of his heart, or out of some sort distant admiration for the club or region.

          Many hold the point of view on this site, and I am one of them, that he’s a cold hearted calculating businessman, who wants to maximise all of his investments, anyway he can, by any means at his disposal, who would toss aside anyone, no matter who, to achieve his aims, no matter what harm he may cause in doing so.

          He is certainly no Mother Theresa figure, the way you and some others try to portray him, or in effect believe him to be.

          And as far as sharing IP addresses, can’t you see how it may look, that you all must be connected in some way, or at least live in or use the same building, as you all share the same views. The only other conclusion that anyone can make, is that you are all one and the same person, which I don’t believe is the case.

          As for your modest lifestyle and frugalness, one man’s humble dwelling, is another’s mansion. Northumberland is designated as an area of deprivation by the European Union, which can’t be said of Monkseaton, I know this, because I live reasonably close to it, and know the locality well.

          Regarding your careful eating habits and use of public transport, not everyone has access or can afford to travel on cheap public transport as you do, let alone a own car, with some, having the unenviable task of deciding whether to eat or pay a bill, which is evident by the disgusting raise and need for food banks, so this somewhat makes, your sacrifices look relatively small. Some, don’t have any disposable income to put bye at the end of the week or month, for indulgences like football matches.

          I’ve been trying to decide what kind of fan you are, and come to the assumption, you are.

          1) A passionate toon fan, but sadly a naïve and misguided person, who has been taken in by Mike Ashley and his PR machine i.e. Keith Bishop Associates and others.

          2) Or in fact in some way connected to Mike Ashley and his PR machine, employed to pump out his propaganda.

          3) Or an Agent Provocateur, who is deliberating trying to incite inflammatory responses and reactions to cause upset and discord, which after having looked up the definition of the word “Troll” in the context of its use online, is practically the same.

          4) Or maybe you’re something else, I don’t know.

          Getting back to the “Proud” post.

          If I can remember rightly, you mentioned in a previous post, you achieved a degree by the age 20, be proud of that, and rightly so. If you ever save a life, be proud of that, if you ever find a cure for one of the many cancers there are, be proud of that.

          But for being one of 72 people, who attended a football match on a cold winter’s night in Moscow, the use of the word “Proud” is used in the wrong circumstances.

          Please feel free to make any comment regarding my post, to yours.

          And by the way, not so long ago you told people to keep the faith. I’ve never lost the faith in over 50 years of watching and supporting Newcastle, enduring many more downs than ups, but it doesn’t mean I have any faith or belief in the owner, Mike Ashley.

          .

        • Peter C

          Monkseaton Magpies

          Firstly, apologies for the time it’s taken to get back to you, and respond. Have been having problems in posting my reply.

          Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you really don’t do yourself any favours.

          Saying that you’re proud of attending an overseas fixture, and that other Newcastle fans should show you some respect for doing so, and because you have stood in the cold.

          Give yourself a shake, many fans if not thousands before you, have done the same, and they haven’t asked for, or demanded praise for it, as you seem to be. It comes across as arrogant and demeaning to the others, who haven’t been as fortunate as you, in seeing Newcastle play abroad.

          There may be many a good reason, as to why fans can’t attend away games, or in fact stand in the cold. It doesn’t make them any the less loyal or passionate about the club than yourself. For what it’s worth, I believe you’re passionate about the club, if somewhat misguided in your comments and beliefs.

          You seem to confuse loyalty to the club, with that to Mike Ashley, they are two different things.

          The club isn’t Ashley, and Ashley isn’t the club, if anything it’s the supporters who are the most important element, because without them you don’t have one.

          It’s ridicules to say that most people on this site hate Newcastle, as it’s to say, that you can only be a true supporter if you live within the clubs’ city limits. The club has many avid and loyal supporters, all over the world, many of which have never been within smelling distance of St James Park, let alone inside it.

          Let’s cover the points you’ve raised in your reply to my post.

          Firstly, yes I’m aware of the criticism / abuse / stick that you get on this site, and how your views and opinions are on the whole, mainly ridiculed and belittled, and that you receive a fair bit of personal enmity.

          I would have to say, I disagree with almost all of your thoughts and opinions on the various topics you have commented on. But it’s not to say, I don’t believe you have the right to say these things, because you do, and certainly without the personal abuse which you’ve received.

          We live in a democracy where people have the right to think and believe in what they want, no matter what other people may think. But you really don’t help yourself, and leave yourself open to criticism and attack, by some of the comments which you make.

          American president, Harry S Truman is quoted as saying,” If you don’t like the heat, get out of the kitchen. “ So if you don’t like what is said about you, or your opinions, it would be my advice, to perhaps not come on the Mag, or at least don’t make any comments on it.

          I don’t think for one minute that you live in Manchester, or have a season ticket at Old Trafford, but why can’t you understand, how people think that have some sort of connection to Mike Ashley.

          When you are persistently showering him with a constant stream of praise, for what he has done, and the great way he is running the club, which is looked upon by many, as extreme sycophancy.

          Ashley is no modern day white knight, who came to the rescue of Newcastle, when it was in distress, or is he a benevolent philanthropist, who wants to put the club back on the footballing map, out of the goodness of his heart, or out of some sort of distant admiration for the club or region.

          Many hold the point of view on this site, and I am one of them, that he’s a cold hearted calculating businessman, who wants to maximise all of his investments, anyway he can, by any means at his disposal, who would toss aside anyone, no matter who, to achieve his aims, no matter what harm he may cause in doing so.

          He is certainly no Mother Theresa figure, the way you and some others try to portray him, or believe him to be.

          And as far as sharing IP addresses, can’t you see how it looks, that you all must be connected in some way, or at least live in or use the same building, as you all share the same views. The only other conclusion that anyone can make, is that you are all one and the same person, which I don’t really believe in any case.

          As for your modest lifestyle and frugalness, one man’s humble dwelling, is another’s mansion. By the way did you know that Northumberland is designated as an area of deprivation, by the European Union, which can’t be said of where you live, Monkseaton is fairly affluent area, I know this because I live reasonably close to it, and know the locality well.

          Regarding your careful eating habits and use of public transport, not everyone has access to or can afford to travel on public transport as you do, let alone a own a car, with some, having the unenviable task of deciding whether to eat or pay a bill, which is evident by the disgusting raise and need of food banks, not only in the North East but also over the entire country, so this somewhat makes your sacrifices look relatively small. Some don’t have the luxury of putting by something extra by at the of the end of the week or month, for indulgences such as football matches.

          I’ve been trying to decide what kind of fan you are, and come to the conclusion, you are one of a few things.

          A passionate toon fan, but sadly a naïve and misguided person, who has been taken in by Mike Ashley and his PR machine i.e. Keith Bishop Associates and others.

          Or in fact in some way connected to Mike Ashley and his PR machine, employed to pump out his propaganda.

          Or an Agent Provocateur, who is deliberating trying to incite inflammatory responses and reactions to cause upset and discord, which after having looked up the definition of the word “Troll” in the context of its use online, is practically the same.

          Or maybe you’re something else, I don’t know.

          Getting back to the “Proud” post.

          If I can remember rightly, you mentioned in a previous post, you achieved a degree by the age 20, be proud of that, and rightly so. If you ever save a life, be proud of that, if you ever find a cure for one of the many forms of cancer there are, be proud of that.

          But for being one of 72 people, who attended a football match on a cold winter’s night in Moscow, the use of the word “Proud” is used in the wrong context.

          Please feel free to make any comment regarding my reply, to yours.

          By the way, not so long ago you told people to keep the faith. I’ve maintained the faith and the hope, for over 50 years of supporting Newcastle, enduring many more downs than ups, but it doesn’t mean I have any faith or hope in the owner, Mike Ashley.

    • SuperDesHamilton

      Über fan. Been to every U19 game since Noah built the ark as well haven’t you?

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Got to minus 22 that night and never got above minus 11 would do you good to show respect to some of our top supporters.

        • SuperDesHamilton

          Their all self righteous arseholes who think they are better than everyone & that only their opinions count & nothing else…exactly like yourself incidentally

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            Wrong just love my club no matter what division we are in. Most of the people on here hate Newcastle. All I ask is to get behind the club.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            No you’re an arrogant & smarmy & think because you can afford to go to matches all the time you can lauds it over everyone. A bet you vote Tory as well! Apart from the fact the man who owns the club has took the absolute mick outta mugs like you for 11 years and it still hasn’t sunk in yet things will never change we’ll always be pathetic until he leaves or ‘fans’ like you grow a back bone

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            Wrong on all accounts but ninety percent of people on here hate Newcastle and that is despite finishing tenth. You say not to go to matches but what about all the other fans who support clubs below Newcastle and in other divisions are they not allowed to go to. It’s the people who do not go who are smarmy and arrogant telling people what to do.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            It’s got no bearing on where we finish it’s the Leech who owns us, do you think people support Newcastle because their successful?!

            Anyway not that you’d know with you not being from the area or anything

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            He is hardly a leech when he is the first Chairman to put any money in the club £282m to be precise. No one else shows any signs of putting money in yet he is hated which amazes me. Very few Newcastle fans actually live in Newcastle itself mainly places like Monkseaton, Blyth and Peterlee.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            And how much has he taken out, mr Bishop? Well I do, it’s a cheap cop out people like you feel you need to overcompensate because you aren’t from Newcastle

  • Илья Иванов

    Was there as a part of Russian NUFC fans. Great day for the us. A bit exaggerated comments from Evgeny though.

  • Lord

    Nice to see a positive article on here.

    Now, back to that rotter Mike Ashley….

  • X,WHY,Y MAN.

    Did they go for that pint that shearer was invited to ?
    Because if the answer was yes then I want photographic evidence of Shearer actually putting his hand in his pocket to buy a round of drinks !
    Knowing him though he would have probably had those Russian lads and lasses buying the drinks for him.

    He’s tighter than a coat of paint that man !

    • Илья Иванов

      No, man. We did not. Although we’ve met him twice near BBC studio on Red Square. Each time around 10 minutes.