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So, when this article (‘New Newcastle United owners could ‘pay it forward’ by helping Sunderland as well’) appeared in my Google News feed, I nearly dismissed it. Well, as a…
Just what the hell is wrong up your way? You saw how much of a complete flop Steve Bruce was down the road with us, yet the fat controller still…
Sunderland fans reacts “You are not a million miles away from where Sunderland are, so enjoy the banter for now as SAFC are on the up!”
Desperate Sunderland fan claims: “In a Newcastle bar tonight, Three Bulls, and the locals celebrated when Henderson missed his spotkick.”
Imagine going all the way to Lanzarote and bumping into Sunderland’s No.1 fan…and wait for it, proceeded to ask me what the score the previous night had been!
Only at this club would relegation see a potential increase in season ticket sale….it shows what a bit of optimism can do for this trophy barren club.
A bit like the ‘Boy Named Sue’ story, being raised as a fan of either club not only drains you, but forces you to find a depth of character you didn’t know you had.
A Sunderland fan has been arrested after taunting Newcastle fans about the MH17 plan tragedy, which claimed the lives of United supporters John Alder and Liam Sweeney and so many…
For those of you who haven’t come across her, Louise Taylor covers north east football for The Guardian and has had many past indiscretions of finding any excuse, valid or not, to stick the knife into Newcastle.
Enjoy positive Monday, brace yourself for piracy Tuesday and be ready for letters Wednesday
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