Let's all laugh at Newcastle

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Scum fan Paul Dixon in yesterdays Journal is not a big fan of the banana away strip and calls it an abomination of a kit, and a wretched thing


Saw about 5 of the fuckers at Monument yesterday, they really do look like big streaks of piss!


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SEB? Don't give a monkeys. Much like Wise.
Class, and so true! :lol:


Do not deepen the Geordie Nation's crisis

We were just about to call a halt to the festivities and get on to some serious reflection on the mess that has been our season, and how we should now proceed. Then, a quick look at the geordies.net website revealed, to the left of a list of perfectly sensible headlines above stories of interest to Mags contemplating a downsized lifestyle, a typically mindless slice of abuse aimed by one of its readers at Sunderland AFC. So Pete Sixsmith gets special dispensation to offer a guide to the 10 things we should not do for fear of causing further upset to our grieving neighbours ...


Go the top floor of Fenwicks, get in the lift to descend and every time it stops at a floor, shout “Going down”.

Ring Setanta TV and order their most expensive package. Just before they are about to clinch the deal tell then you’re a Mag and ask if they have Championship Football next season. Then cancel.

Ring the Malmaison Hotel on the Quayside and ask them if you can book the most expensive suite in the hotel for the weekend Manchester United are in town – and instruct them to book a car to take you to the Stadium of Light.

Get a London mate of yours to ring up a gullible Mag reporter/fanzine editor and tell him that you are Dennis Wise and you have booked a room in The Strawbwerry so you can put your side of the story.

Walk into a crowded Bigg Market bar and say in a loud voice: “Coca Cola all round me bonny lads an lasses.”

Wangle a place on Dragons Den with a scheme to produce a road atlas that pinpoints routes from Tyneside to Doncaster Peterborough etc. Tell the w*** on it that apparently there are 1 million members of the Geordie Nation who are desperate to buy it.

Ring all the Mag based radio stations and ask them to play "that catchy Petula Clark hit from 1964, you know, the one that isn’t Don’t Sleep In The Subway” and when they say “Downtown” reply: “That’s it, they are."

Offer Ant and Dec’s agent a booking at Southwick Social Club for the day that Scunthorpe United are at the Toon.

Ring Malcolm McDonald on the 3 Has Beens and just laugh at him.

Every time you see a Mag in a new bar code shirt ask him/her if you can look at the Football League logo on the sleeve, “because I’ve forgotten what it looks like”.


I always wonder, do people give their actual mobile number for these ads and open themselves to shed loads of texts etc wasting time or taking the mick.....
Text the fella an offer ? 10p ?

Seen a lass with the banana top on yesterday. She looked a right scruff anarl :lol:
Fat freddy said they are all dogs man


The story...

Beye also played a central part in a heated dressing-room discussion at Leyton Orient in the aftermath of the 6-1 walloping in the capital.

It’s understood that a number of players who want to stay and fight for promotion, regardless of who is manager this season, took issue with those such as Beye, who have indicated in public they want to leave.

And while United first-teamers Steven Taylor, Kevin Nolan, Andy Carroll, Alan Smith and the host of fringe players on show all headed back to Tyneside after the game, the likes of Beye, Fabricio Coloccini and Xisco all set off for European destinations.

The Chronicle reported on Monday night how Hughton had gagged the players and how crisis talks had taken place afterwards as opposed to the usual warm down.

A United insider said: “There were some strong words exchanged afterwards at Orient, and it was made clear that even those players who are likely to leave have to give it everything each and every time they pull on a Newcastle shirt.

“This hit a raw nerve with some players who felt that their professionalism was being questioned.

“And with emotions running high, Hughton decided to prevent his players relaying this to the media.”

Tonight’s clash with Leeds will offer fans cash turnstiles and prices are as low as £10 for adults and £5 for children.

The lowest crowd at St James’s Park in the last 10 years was a friendly with Yeading when only 6,151 fans turned out, but due to the current turmoil at United it remains to be seen whether that attendance will be bettered tonight.


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