Our final away match and we face ‘Arry Redknapp. If it could get any worse then how about if Loic Remy scores the goal that decides our fate? The striker who went to relegation certainties rather than Tyneside. It gets even worse because in only a few months Remy has ended up as QPR’s joint top scorer with five goals and if he’d signed for us I can’t help but think he’d have ensured we would stayed up.
We are both deep in it and if Wigan win at home to Swansea on Tuesday it would put the mackems bottom three if Stoke took all three points. On a less happier note, a win for Wigan and anything for the mackems and it will be us in the bottom three on Tuesday night.
Well, how funny was that? Surely even those of you who thought it best if the mackems were to win, when it came to the reality of watching them getting hammered – you must have been laughing your head off along with me???
In the pub before the Liverpool match, when Spurs scored that equaliser the roar it was greeted with told you how worried Newcastle fans were, and that was before the chaotic performance against Liverpool.
I don’t have great hopes for many points from Newcastle, especially with a shocker of an away record of only one win and five draws, whilst the home matches against Liverpool and Arsenal are going to be tough.