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Despite everything that has been thrown at this match, it could prove to be a real landmark fro Newcastle United….or alternatively it will have proved to be our seasonal weak surrender from this competition.
Charging Newcastle fans, and I’m assuming the same for home fans if the ticketing rules were followed, an outrageous £45 has shown that you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see both start and the manager spring the odd other surprise in terms of naming a stronger team than most would expect.
I reference to Capital One Cup regulation 22.1, “Immediately after the draw is known the two clubs concerned must mutually agree the prices”.
They aren’t getting my £45, are they getting yours?
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