Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by lordy, Dec 10, 2010.
usual media bullshit wankfest, nothing new is it?
I hate to admit it but they do have a worldwide following of a canny size. I would not say it is huge though
The stupid scouse dick said earlier that they had stormed the Championship with record points.
Well they have a huge, wide following. Sweaty anarl.
I think they did at one point. They pissed all that up against the wall years back, though, and are a mere shadow of what they were and what they could, and should, have become.
and what they still think they are...pretty much spot on there like
"His men would follow him anywhere, but only out of curiosity"
Aye, they have a huge worldwide following, of people waiting to laugh their tits off at the scum's next fuck-up.
heard that anarll, they never got 105 points though
It's feels great that all the fuck ups happen over there these days and not here. :-D
Exactly. People in countries who don't really have a domestic league just 'support' whoever's doing well in the premiership at the time - at the moment it's pretty much Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea (the latter two have a massive following in Africa, Man Utd more so in the far east and the states). That isn't Newcastle, though, and but for a couple of seasons under Bobby hasn't been in a good 10 years.
The fickle following that comes with people that dont have a pull with a club and live the other side of the world means they pissed what following they had well up the wall many moons ago.
What are you laughing for:
There are a huge amount people worldwide following what is happening with Nucassle and wondering if it can get any more bizarre.
what he means is fat mags spend their dole on holidays to dives and shitholes and wear nowt but their ''toon'' shirts
That film Goal is only partly based on fact.
I've heard this twice this season during TV commentaries on Mag games, from commentators who really should know better.
Talksport: Newcastle have a huge worldwide following .....
..... So did Fawlty Towers, and for pretty much the same reasons
Me uncle went to Tibet in 1974 and said you couldn't bastad move for kids in Sunderland tops. Nothings changed.
I doubt this fact translated into ST sales though.
Is it Reading then us for the Championship points record? I can't remember tbh.
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