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After that, get a real manager in at Newcastle United, buy a defender or twelve and start hoping again we can achieve something other than a constant fight against relegation
Mike Ashley giving money to a Newcastle United managerial failure is like giving £1,000 to a drug addict and asking not to spend it on crack
A night like Tuesday reminds me of why I love Newcastle United, we finally did everything I expect and want from my football club.
Can’t gamble any more on foreign youngsters, if we do then next it will be which foreign youngsters work well in the Championship?
The performance was not “magnificent” as Steve McClaren called it. If they had finished their chances it would have been a mauling.
Steve McClaren’s unwillingness to adapt to the opposition or a way to exploit our strengths, continue to be our problems…
I settled down as usual on a hungover Sunday morning (currently living in the States) and…I finished the game with an even worse hangover.
I thought Newcastle would beat Liverpool…Maybe I’m naïve. Maybe just stupid. Maybe it was the 8 pints I had…
We need to unite and fight back against Mike Ashley. He’s instilled in us a roll over and die attitude which the players have too…
At times so consumed with resignation of what supporting Newcastle’s all about, don’t even have the strength to get angry. Saturday wasn’t one of those days
Steve Bruce stats compared to all other Premier League Newcastle United Managers – Educational
Simon Jordan now changes position on whether Newcastle United takeover still happening
Killer stats – The change from Rafa Benitez to Steve Bruce (***For use against pundits)
Stunning result after asked ‘Would you be one of the 2,000/4,000 Newcastle fans back in December?’
Biggest weakness in Steve Bruce cunning all out defensive ‘plan’, against some serious competition