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Finally, a successful Geordie against Sunderland. Let’s hope that this is not our only victory against them this season.
Lee Charnley is a joker and Graham Carr is totally focussed on bringing in saleable assets to Newcastle United.
While I don’t see Alan Pardew having the ability to pull it off, the change in tack must be disturbing for us Newcastle fans.
The Liverpool win was great but it simply highlighted the critical weaknesses such as Siem de Jong, Coloccini and Dummett.
Looking at Sam Allardyce in the Sunderland dugout reminded me just how low it is possible to go…
Investment in January can’t just be in transfer fees but in getting Newcastle players out – the club by the end of January needs to feel new.
It frustrates me that we’ll continue to see likes of Obertan and Gouffran on the bench this season rather than youngsters, but it is starting to make sense.
Debut day is upon us and Sunday could see the three brave souls who have came as saviours to Newcastle…
I am harking back to the Keegan days when I could believe every story that was printed in the local press because we battled it out with everyone.
Newcastle United seem to have lost any concept of transfer strategy…the first step is for the club to remember what a strategy is.
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