It’s not exactly a barrel of laughs for Newcastle fans at the moment.

One point from twelve so far, in the relegation zone heading into the international break, with the cherry on the top being some of the least attractive football to watch that you could (not) hope to see.

A potent mix that should surely see supporters calling for the manager’s head.

Yet, you would struggle to find any/many Newcastle fans who would seriously criticise Rafa Benitez, never mind demand that he be sacked.

This is very confusing and disappointing for neutrals, especially bitter rival supporters and experts/pundits.

The natural default for football fans when things go wrong is to call for a change of manager, yet the opposite is true at St James Park.

Instead of the Newcastle fans getting angry, it is those who are desperate to see NUFC fail, who are the ones getting upset, which says it all really.

There is a kind of siege mentality that has built up between Rafa Benitez and the supporters, along with the playing squad to an extent.

It is the kind of thing that you would only usually find at a small club that is massively trying to punch above its weight, possibly Nigel Clough and the journey he has had with Burton Albion being a good example.

Newcastle United are not a small club, no matter what Mike Ashley and his minions do to try and persuade people otherwise, yet we do find ourselves in a position where NUFC are having to try and punch above their weight due to a significant failure to properly invest in the squad.

So much so that success this season would be hanging onto a place in the Premier League.

This really bewilders neutrals and frustrates our enemies, the supposedly deluded Newcastle fans who are claimed to expect to be automatically challenging for the top four and title, instead being relieved if Newcastle can survive this season.

Of course, the supporters aren’t happy with this situation, but they are understanding of the position Rafa Benitez finds himself in with his squad.

The football is horrendous to watch at times and it isn’t being disloyal to Rafa to say this. We know that trying to scrape the odd point here and there against the better teams, as well as ensuring no major damage to the goal difference, could prove crucial come the end of the season.

In fact if we are honest, most of last season Newcastle’s football was a struggle to watch, the flat atmosphere at so many games at St James Park reflecting that.

However, we understood that staying up was vital, stage two in Rafa rebuilding the team/club.

First promotion as champions, then a safe (10th a bonus) finish after getting back up and with limited transfer funds to play with, then this season it would be pressing the button and the team/club going forward again. Key signings to come in at realistic price tags for this modern era, not Man City level prices but the money you need to spend to bring in at least one real quality goalscorer and creative player, as well as the other less stellar signings that were also needed. Signings that would help produce more attractive football and give the team a chance of progressing  further.

This is where Rafa and the club have really hit a dead end and no matter how much our enemies want Newcastle fans to point the finger at Rafa Benitez, we all know it is down to Mike Ashley.

The state of the club now, if Rafa Benitez left for whatever reason, there is quite literally nothing else left that would remain to keep it from falling apart.

That is why Newcastle fans are saying enough is enough when it comes to the overall direction under Mike Ashley, we can cope with poor football and current struggles but you can’t carry on forever without any tangible hope of better to come.

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  • Lostprofit DBC

    Good article. Sums up the position. Sod what neutrals and enemies think, even less so the pundits. They envy our passion and togetherness. We must win the media war with Ashley. This is his Achilles heal.

  • East Durham Mag

    Just how many neutrals are there in reallity? It seems to me it’s more us and them, them being the likes of Bong Eyes, Hairy Hands, Gray, Bellemy and the rest. A lot of people seem to have an axe to grind for Newcastle and love jumping on the bandwagon to have a go. Alan Shearer and Steve Howey really put the story straight last week and massive respect to both of them for it. We know the truth and apart from a few d*ckheads on here know our enemy.

    • Cockneytrev

      Also the commentator and Jenas stuck up for us,,

      • East Durham Mag

        Good its about time people started to see what the issue we have with Fatty is mate.

  • Paul Patterson

    Sometimes, good defensive play is perversely entertaining to watch. I wouldn’t advocate it all the time and not regularly at home but until we go and sign better attacking players, we play to our strengths. We’ve just come within a goal of matching two of the best sides in the country, kept the goal difference down (Huddersfield had a go and got smashed 1-6) and we’ve took a point away from home against a so called relegation rival.
    Only after ten games or so will we know where we really are . .

    • Ram Kishore

      City match was an improvement and looked better and entertaining to watch than the Chelsea one…

  • X,WHY,Y MAN.

    Mike Ashley has spoken of him being cast as the “Pantomime Villain”, When in reality it is the Newcastle fans who find themselves stuck with that moniker.
    The narrative of Sky Sports, Pundits, Etc, Is to bash Newcastle’s fans come what may because that is the story arc !

    A few years ago we were slammed as a bunch of fans who never gave a manager time and hounded them out of the club if they didn’t play Keeganesque football.
    So it really is a case of “Damned If We Do, Damned If We Don’t”, Because now we are in the wrong because the fan base are willing to get behind a manager lol

    I cannot keep up with it but the enduring theme amongst this is a herd mentality which has been set up over the years to stereotype Newcastle fans and use any given narrative to keep it going.

    • Cockneytrev

      You have hit the nail on the head,,
      This isn’t paranoia, there seems to be some agenda by some parts of the media…..

  • Ashley-out

    How can you be critical of a manager who has been lead up the garden path by the owner, the blame lies at the door of one man,
    Ashley out, in a coffin with a bit of luck

    • Clarko

      Starting eleven cost of each team:

      Cardiff (€21.44m + undisclosed fee for Zohore) vs Newcastle (€55.5m)

      Forest (€18.73m + undisclosed fee for Lolley) vs Newcastle (€45.4m)

      • Billmag

        Selective choices once again, Cardiff new promoted team first game at home, Forest six changes, new players that were signed at the last minute, Forest spent more than us we made a profit they didn’t.

        • Ben Jones

          How much would it cost another club to buy our entire team in today’s market?

          • Billmag

            Rubbish reply.

          • Ben Jones

            Of course, you wanna whine about our team ‘only costing x’ while avoiding the superb business that actually points to

          • Billmag

            Hyperthetical.

          • Kenny

            He’s one of the. Fat 🐀 Rats
            ladyboys, Bend over Benny
            🤡🤡🤡🤡 troll

          • Wezza

            Its the same person as ghostrider/fleckman/ben jones.
            Just block the saddo.

          • Kenny

            Troll 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

        • Clarko

          No, it’s not selective you f*****g moron, @disqus_rTIRHNIK2T:disqus was asking how anyone can be critical of Benitez and I told him, we failed to win against two teams that cost less then half of what our team cost, idiot.

          -Starting eleven cost of Cardiff (€21.44m + Zohore) vs Newcastle (€55.50m) and Forest (€18.73m + Lolley) vs Newcastle (€45.40m)

          -Newcastle spent (€34.60m) more than both clubs (€30.75m and €27.43m spent by Cardiff and Forest respectively) on players in the 17/18 window

          -Benitez has spent €142.65m since he was appointed as Newcastle manager, in that time Cardiff have spent €47.72m and Forest have spent €38.55m

          -João Carvalho, who started the game, cost Forest €15.00m meaning the rest of the ten players that started the game cost Forest a combined total of €3.73m, we lost to that team

          • Ken

            So to balance it up show NUFC v Man City Chelsea and Spurs that might give some more perspective to your point

          • Billmag

            Exactly Kenny as I’ve said the dopey moron is very selective as always in his replies.

          • Clarko

            No, because that would be asking to change the whole subject of the argument dummy.

            ‘How can you be critical of a manager who has been lead up the garden path by the owner’

            That is the question, I answered it, it’s very easy to be critical of Benitez because he’s been poor.

          • Ken

            So you resort to name calling if somebody replies to your comment in a respectful manner. Just goes to show the kind of person you are. Back in your box now and be a good boy

          • Clarko

            No, I was telling the truth, you were a ‘dummy’, maybe if you went and got an education and learned how to follow a conversation I wouldn’t have had to call you a ‘dummy’, dummy. I see that you don’t have anything to add to the actual discussion, maybe you should stay in your own IQ bracket next time.

          • Billmag

            You are the dummy that resorted to name calling i.e. calling me a [email protected]@@@@g moron and that shows eveyone on this forum how educated you really are.

          • Clarko

            Can you not read? Do you not already know what my response is going to be? You’re guilty of the exact same thing moron.

            No, I was telling the truth, you were a ‘f*****g moron’, maybe if you went and got an education and learned how to follow a conversation I wouldn’t have had to call you a ‘f*****g moron’, moron. I see that you don’t have anything to add to the actual discussion, maybe you should stay in your own IQ bracket next time.

          • Billmag

            Ha ha when you have been around and seen life as much as I have you can call me as much as you want it’s water off a Ducks back, you are are far less educated than you think you are ,probably has the same IQ as your manager Maureen who buy the way got trounced off little Brighton last week even though your team has spent millions more.

          • Ken

            I have an education thanks, obviously not as good as yours Einstein.
            You are not going to provoke me so I repeat back on your box you nasty little Manc troll

          • Clarko

            I think the comment ‘you nasty little Manc troll’ sums up your education.

          • Ken

            🖕🖕😂😂🤣🤣 biting well today

          • Clarko

            ‘I’ve just been schooled, embarrassed and I don’t have anything left to say, I know I’ll just pretend and say that he took my bait, that will show him’

          • Ken

            Except I am not embarrassed especially by you. I have plenty to say about Ashley’s running of my club but just not to you, goodbye troll

          • Clarko

            Have fun cheering on Newcastle and Benitez after getting hammered 3-1 by a team that cost €3.73m + João Carvalho. You complain when Ashley doesn’t compete with the likes of Forest in the transfer market but when Benitez doesn’t compete on the pitch while having a team that cost more than double their team you’re fine with it. Moron.

          • Ken

            Resort to type with name calling and I need an education 💋💋

          • SuperDesHamilton

            You aren’t a fan it seems that much. Everyone complaining here does so because they want progression or a bit of hope.

            You want stagnation nothingness, no hope the way you tongue punch Ashley’s back eye every post you write.

            A bet your fat, it’s nailed on! You live in the spare room the kids hate you & the wife does. This is how you escape online

          • Clarko

            ‘You aren’t a fan it seems that much. Everyone complaining here does so because they want progression or a bit of hope’

            No the “fans” on here are trying to argue that Newcastle, that Benitez should be getting beat 3-1 to a team that cost €3.73m + João Carvalho. You all complain when Ashley doesn’t compete with the likes of Forest in the transfer market but when Benitez doesn’t compete on the pitch while having a team that cost more than double their team you’re all fine with it.

            You’re all a bunch of morons.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            You’re gonna explode aren’t you? Absolutely seething. This is quite beautiful to watch😂 no wonder the wife has bombed you into the spare room

            She got sick of finding you in bed with sports directs bags

          • Clarko

            Hey look at, no actual response, shocker. Have fun cheering on Newcastle getting hammered 3-1 by Forest and coming on here afterwards trying to project your life and your problems onto other people.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            Is this past clarko talking to future clarko?

            It’s too easy with you. I bet you argue about paying for a carrier bag don’t you? Type who’s banned from outside schools & that

          • SuperDesHamilton

            The type who goes on Facebook swapshops and says you’ll drop off items for petrol money.

            The same bloke who’s barred from Stagecoach’s busses for sniffing the seats

          • panther

            That virgin still lives at home getting nonced of his carer

          • SuperDesHamilton

            You think the carer is into fattys then? Or just easy access

          • Westdentoon

            Maybe if you went and got a girlfriend you wouldn’t be such a w*nker all the time.

            Jesus you come across as such an angry little man..It’s not our fault your only 5ft 2”!

          • Clarko

            ‘I’m too stupid to add to the discussion but I really want some attention, I know, I’ll say that he’s single and call him short, that will show him’

          • Westdentoon

            …..and fat! 🎣

          • SuperDesHamilton

            He does that’s why he hangs about schools haha

          • SuperDesHamilton

            Where you gone fatty?

          • SuperDesHamilton

            A reckon Benitez rattled your lass or Spanish waiter, now you take it out on anyone Spanish or Benitez looking

          • East Durham Mag

            Is that before it got the puncture? 🤣

          • SuperDesHamilton

            😂😂😂

          • Ram Kishore

            U should have included other teams (i mean the teams that played other matches,Benitez and the players are at mistake for
            Cardiff and Forest match i do accept it ) that played us to have produced a valid argument clarko.

          • Clarko

            F**k me. Can you f*****g read? Just read the comment that you’re replying to a few times over…

          • Ram Kishore

            Yeah sorry lol.. i misread it. Why do u have get mad at yourself lol.. chill.
            :)

          • Billmag

            Ram never say sorry to that know nowt he’s immaterial.

          • Ram Kishore

            U may or may not like this bill but he isn’t wrong on this one about criticising Rafa and the players for the performance against Cardiff and Forest. We should have won those two.. i usually don’t criticise players or Rafa but for those two performances i would definitely criticise players .. imo Rafa and coaching staff would have done everything , players on the field struggled very badly and players should be rightly questioned.. especially an away game seems to show our sloppiness

          • Billmag

            So what’s your take on Manure getting beat off Spurs at home and Brighton away and they’ve spent millions also that’s Clarko’s team and I would never ever say he was right because he is an NUFC hater.

          • Billmag

            Very selective you [email protected]@@@@g idiot, NUFC made a profit Forest and Cardiff did not you useless moron how much of that do you comprehend.

          • Clarko

            So using your own “logic”, Real Madrid, who had a net spend of €12.25m in the summer window but spent €145.75m on players have a worse team and should be expecting to draw against Cardiff who had a net spend of €30.75m, but only spent €30.75m on players and lose against Forest who had a net spend of €26.57m, but only spent €27.43m on players?

          • Billmag

            Lots of logic in your posts dummy, profit and loss, we signed players on loans and cheapies and made a profit on business done the teams you mentioned were bought to improve the team which they have.

          • Clarko

            Hey look at that you couldn’t answer the question because you know that your own logic is flawed. If my logic was flawed you would be able to tell me why right?

            ‘we signed players on loans and cheapies’

            – We spent more on players in the summer than bot Cardiff and Forest.

            ‘made a profit on business done the teams you mentioned were bought to improve the team which they have’

            – So Cardiff and Forest bought to improve the team what they had. Out of interest what team did the have before they spent €30.75m and €27.43m this season? Because in the two seasons before this one Cardiff have spent €16.97m and Forest have spent €11.12m on players where as Newcastle have spent €108.05m.

            – Why are you selectively ignoring the €142.65m that Benitez has spent in his time at Newcastle and the €47.72m and €38.55m that the other teams spent?

            – That means Real Madrid, who had a net spend of €12.25m in the summer window but spent €145.75m on players have a worse team and should be expecting to draw against Cardiff who had a net spend of €30.75m, but only spent €30.75m on players and lose against Forest who had a net spend of €26.57m, but only spent €27.43m on players?

          • KRS1

            Still not getting any I see!

          • Billmag

            Why do you mention the net spend of the 3 clubs and yet don’t mention NUFC net spend, and instead of being selective take into account the monies owed off players that were transferred but ended up being paid in instalments.

          • Clarko

            Because net spend doesn’t tell how how much money was spent on players and because net spend doesn’t tell you how much a team is worth. I think I’ve made that pretty clear, I’ve already countered the net spend argument (below is why net spend doesn’t matter), you can’t keep using it, it’s been proven to be invalid:

            – That means Real Madrid, who had a net spend of €12.25m in the summer window but spent €145.75m on players have a worse team and should be expecting to draw against Cardiff who had a net spend of €30.75m, but only spent €30.75m on players and lose against Forest who had a net spend of €26.57m, but only spent €27.43m on players?

            -Newcastle spent (€34.60m) more than both clubs (€30.75m and €27.43m spent by Cardiff and Forest respectively) on players in the 17/18 window

            -Starting eleven cost of Cardiff (€21.44m + Zohore) vs Newcastle (€55.50m) and Forest (€18.73m + Lolley) vs Newcastle (€45.40m)

          • Billmag

            What about your team they got trounced off Brighton that had a much lower spend than you lot or does that not count in your selective dream.

          • Clarko

            You do realise you’re helping make my point that Benitez should be criticised when you bring up Hughton and Brighton beating Manchester United right? While Benitez and Newcastle get hammered off of Nottingham Forest?

            God you’re so stupid…

          • Billmag

            You haven’t got a point because you are selective in your assumptions.

          • Clarko

            What assumption did I make? What selective assumption did I make?

          • Danimal

            Off of? Sounds like a Cockney now.

          • Cockneytrev

            Real Madrid had a decent squad before hand , we have the worst squad since early 90s
            You Ashley hoop licker,,👅👅👅

          • Clarko

            Ignore all the facts you want:

            -Benitez has spent €142.65m since he was appointed as Newcastle manager, in that time Cardiff have spent €47.72m and Forest have spent €38.55m

          • SuperDesHamilton

            Real have won 3 of those champions league things as well you mental case 😂

          • Clarko

            Benitez has spent €142.65m since he was appointed as Newcastle manager, in that time Cardiff have spent €47.72m and Forest have spent €38.55m idiot.

          • SuperDesHamilton

            Have they played in La Liga or won a champs league?

            Your heads gonna come off you’re that worked up. Just relax the kids are back to school soon

          • SuperDesHamilton

            Fatty

          • Kenny

            DUMMY

      • Kenny

        Dummy

      • TheFatController

        Let not let the small stuff get sweated, every team has bad results – not every team has an owner hell bent on having it all his own way ( promoting his company in the back of an uncompetitive PL club – which can’t work as you’ll end up relegated every few years) irrespective of the damage that does.

        That in 20 years, Leeds Portsmouth, Sunderland and Coventry have had bad owners is not really any defence either, before people trot out the ‘Jeffrey dharma is worse than jimmy saville’ style rhetoric …

      • AlanWVX

        Nurse the screens…. quickly He’s out again!

    • Jezza

      Precisely. Nobody would blame Lewis Hamilton for not winning the grand prix if he was given a Ford Focus to drive.

  • Fisherking

    It’s all Ashley’s fault failing to service the club every piont lost is down to that FCB I’m behind Rafa 100% one day the truth about the lies and deciet and under the counter dealings will come out hope it’s soon and at the old Bailey

    • Jezza

      Excellent comment.

  • Reggae86

    I don’t feel like Chelsea or City were particularly bad performances, despite being far from pretty. Cardiff on the other hand ….
    How many will go to the Etihad this season and get tin-hatted by three or more?

    • Paul Patterson

      Quite a few.

    • East Durham Mag

      More like disciplined well drilled performances designed to stop damaging goal difference.

      • Reggae86

        Exactly. Also thought Rondon’s hold up play was fantastic when he was called upon. Isn’t it funny how one minute, we’re all deluded and believe we should be winning the African nations Cup etc, and now they say we’re all settling for dross?

  • Billmag

    Nobody likes to see football played out like it is and I’m pretty sure Rafa doesn’t like it either, but it is what it is. Cardiff and Bournemouth both had 28% possession in their respective games and yet none of the so called pundits called them out for parking the bus. I only hope Rafa keeps sticking pins in fatty for as long as possible, because he is the only manager we are likely to get that probably gets under fatty’s skin. On another thread there’s a good write up in the Gaurdian on the up and coming AGM 💩 Direct, apparently shareholders are not very happy at fatty’s running of the company.

    • Samuel Brown

      Of course Rafa cares about how football is played, but he’s hands are tied so tight, there’s nothing he can do but revert to a certain style. Fan’s appreciate that. Of course fhe would like to sign 4 £50m midfielders and a £90m striker and play a more expansive style, but it aint gonna happen so it’s just accepted mediocrity

      • Dave Pattinson

        Agree entirely guys. The football we’re having to play certainly is hard to watch, but we all know the reason behind that. Sadly the fact that we are now watching some pretty ordinary stuff probably gives Fatboy satisfaction as it conforms with his style of business , ie. there’s no need to treat customers as special cos they’ll just keep coming back anyway.

  • Kenny

    Trolls are out of their bins again, hoop licking the Fat Rat

    • Billmag

      They will be hyper today Maureen engineered 3 points for them yesterday.

    • TheFatController

      I think there’s a ‘Trolls recommend …’ website where all those with anger management mental illness go to find out where and what makes others angry so they can feel normal, not weird.

      They see advice like ‘go on the Mag and just pretend to be a fan but say Rafa should go…that hurts them and provokes them. It’s great. You’ll instantly go from powerless basket case to basket case trolling newcastle fans ‘

  • TheFatController

    Rafa is really putting his reputation on the line with the abuse he gets.

    We should be grateful he plays tactics that he knows bring criticism, but if we can keep GD down and squeak points here and there, he’ll leave us in the PL when he leaves next May.

    His mission is to win more than Huddersfield maybe, Cardiff definitely, and if we get lucky someone else will implode despite spending in the summer ( I can’t vekieve pellegribi and those players won’t get some form at the hammers so I count them out)

    Maybe palace if zaha gets injured. It’s imperative the bottom teams take nothing off the top 6 if we are not to get relegated this year.

  • Wezza

    Has Rafa been backed and allowed to get his own players in? No.
    He has had to do the best with bargain bin replacements, freebies and loan signings. End of.

  • mentalman

    there’s plenty of nufc fans angry at rafa at the minute

    • panther

      He’s doing all he can, if u wanna blame anyone Ashley

    • SuperDesHamilton

      The type of thickos who know nothing about football & still think we’ve got shearer up front. Those type of ‘fans’

      • Glory days are over, but as long as we’re in the Prem, somebody can buy our club. This is the only thing Benitez is hoping for. By giving all these interviews about the huge potential and his vision, that some investors might actually listen and come looking. Benitez is trying to sell the club, even more than Ashley is.

        • SuperDesHamilton

          Exactly a don’t think he has or ever has had intentions of selling us

  • James B

    Oh who cares.. Rafa will never be at fault for anything according to many. We could lose a League 2 team and it still won’t be rafa’s fault.

    • Jimmy_toons

      You’re the troll who refers to Man U as United on this site. Only one United in these parts.

      • James B

        I’m a troll for having an opinion? What are you eight? I agree Mike Ashley is the worst thing ever happen the club but what I don’t agree with is Rafa being immune to any sort of criticism. Tactics, youth, player development, player coaching, man management, subs, in game management all things that matter in football get dismissed as Ashley’s fault no matter who we play.

        Rafa has had an amazing career at numerous clubs, turned players into superstars and won countless trophies but he also bought rotten players, destroyed treble-winning Inter Milan, made a mess at Real Madrid and tried replacing Gareth Barry with Xabi Alonso.

        He made mistakes at all clubs but no not here at newcastle too think [email protected] like Kenny and Jezza.

        • Carverlier football

          I think his point, which you seem to have missed, is that if you say “United” and mean Man Utd then you are not a Newcastle fan; and if you’re not a Newcastle fan, but are posting on this forum as if you were, then the reader must be wary as to what your agenda is because it is unlikely to be reasonable debate

          • Jimmy_toons

            I thought I was clear but perhaps I’ve hit a raw nerve. I’ve heard some of the Sky generation refer to Man U as United, and I always correct them. United is Newcastle United, amalgamation between Newcastle’s East and West End – although still bother between the 2 areas. Sheffield and Leeds are also Uniteds.
            Man U came out of Trafford and called themselves Man U, because Man City took a City name.

          • James B

            you found it difficult to accept the truth in the comment so you labelled me a troll. Simple

          • Jimmy_toons

            So why do you refer to Man U as United?

        • SuperDesHamilton

          Thought you were genuine but slipped up with your hatred clarko lad on that last sentence. You fat horrid virgin.

  • East Durham Mag

    I wonder how the boys pick which personality to troll with each day? Alphabetically or pick the name out a hat (tinfoil probably) very sad people.

  • Weyhhadaway

    Rafa came to us, we didn’t look to him, because he could se the obvious potential this club has.
    He was promised support, being told we would challenge for cups and build from there. That has not happened and every sensible person looking in can see that.
    The talking heads and Geordie haters can have their day slagging us off, but as others have said, we know our football, so we would not blame Rafa for our league position and we know the sorry situation with this asset stripping owner.
    Keep up the siege mentality and grab the points when you can lads.

  • Andrew

    In my view, it’s totally understandable that fans are cynical about where “the money” is at NUFC.

    Considering Ashley is already a court-proven liar, the less-than-ethical business practices that are his hallmark, and the protracted silences that come from the club from top-to-bottom, why is it that the likes of Clarko, Ben Jones, Monkseaton et al always speak to people as if they are complete idiots simply for being suspicious about the supposed “every penny” line?

    Newcastle fans deserve transparency and to be told the truth. Or at the very least, to have their doubts put to bed. How about we stop with the name-calling and insulting them for voicing an opinion.

    • Wezza

      Cos they’re one of two brothers who troll here daily seeing the the same thing. Just block them.

      • SuperDesHamilton

        All you literally do is say the same thing non stop, you troll as much as they do.

        There mentally challenged. I like Monkseaton he’s touched but a true fan just misguided. The rest I couldn’t care less where there from but they say the same thing non stop and so do you

    • Jezza

      Clarko, Ben Jones, Monkseaton = one person posting/trolling under different ID’s.

  • xbromeo

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    • GToon

      I’m sorry, I can’t I’m married but there a person on here called Clarko who has never had a girlfriend before. He might be interested!

      • Tony English

        Is she one of those two brothers from Manchester?

        • SuperDesHamilton

          Awaiting full explanation of her name origin & where she lives from the mags resident real life X-files squad (Leazes & Jezza)

          • Tony English

            Whisper it quietly – but I’ve been researching my Family Tree and I have a Great-Great Grandfather born in Manchester in 1832 – I’m bang to right’s m’lud – I’m definitely related to the Lee Brother’s somehow.

            But to balance that out the sister of another Great-Great Grandfather is Isabella I English, wife of Joe Wilson, writer of “Keep ya feet still Geordie Hinny”, born and bred on Stowell Street….so that probably trumps it!

        • Damon Horner

          It’s their sister Sofia. Promiscuous little tart she is!

      • GlasgowMag

        Well there also another place where there is plenty of t!ts try sky sports most weekends!!😂😂🤣🤣

        • GlasgowMag

          Wait a minute found another 4 working for BeIN in a bunker in Afghanistan!!🇦🇫 🤣🤣😂😂

      • Hahahah, brilliant ;)

  • X2

    What a great point! Nice one, Dean. This reaction of the fans speaks volumes to the neutrals out there. It does look like the message is getting out that Ashley is stripping the club using the same nasty methods he uses to run Shameful Sports Direct.

  • Spoon_Army

    Survival would be a great achievement, but not something that will give hope. It will give another season of much the same with a different manager. Shouting & screaming for Rafa’s head is a waste of time.