Newcastle fans plan protest walk-out

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Aardfark

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The gift that keeps on giving :lol:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...n=1490&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Disgruntled Newcastle fans are planning to walk out after an hour of their final home match of the season in protest at manager Alan Pardew.

Supporters have been encouraged to exit St James’ Park during Saturday’s visit of Cardiff City.

United have lost six matches on the spin for the first time since 1987 and the Toon Army have called for Pardew to be axed.

In the wake of Monday night’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal, prominent fan website nufc.com wrote: ‘Post-match chatter centred on attempts to gain support for a mass walkout after 60 minutes of Saturday's visit of Cardiff City.

‘Given the team's current rate of implosion, even sticking around for an hour might be beyond the call of duty.

‘The lack of unity is glaringly evident and mirrors the fractured relationship between manager and fans. There's a clear need for a figurehead at this club to restore some self-respect, organisation and belief. That man is not Alan Pardew.’

Meanwhile, regional newspaper The Chronicle called on fans to write their front-page headline on Wednesday.

The result was: ‘P45DUE’. The title is currently banned from access to the club and they have now joined calls for Pardew to be sacked.
 


GBSAFC

Striker
The gift that keeps on giving :lol:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...n=1490&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Disgruntled Newcastle fans are planning to walk out after an hour of their final home match of the season in protest at manager Alan Pardew.

Supporters have been encouraged to exit St James’ Park during Saturday’s visit of Cardiff City.

United have lost six matches on the spin for the first time since 1987 and the Toon Army have called for Pardew to be axed.

In the wake of Monday night’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal, prominent fan website nufc.com wrote: ‘Post-match chatter centred on attempts to gain support for a mass walkout after 60 minutes of Saturday's visit of Cardiff City.

‘Given the team's current rate of implosion, even sticking around for an hour might be beyond the call of duty.

‘The lack of unity is glaringly evident and mirrors the fractured relationship between manager and fans. There's a clear need for a figurehead at this club to restore some self-respect, organisation and belief. That man is not Alan Pardew.’

Meanwhile, regional newspaper The Chronicle called on fans to write their front-page headline on Wednesday.

The result was: ‘P45DUE’. The title is currently banned from access to the club and they have now joined calls for Pardew to be sacked.


copying off us....

they'll not so much be walking rather than waddling
 

Musicman

Striker
The gift that keeps on giving :lol:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...n=1490&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Disgruntled Newcastle fans are planning to walk out after an hour of their final home match of the season in protest at manager Alan Pardew.

Supporters have been encouraged to exit St James’ Park during Saturday’s visit of Cardiff City.

United have lost six matches on the spin for the first time since 1987 and the Toon Army have called for Pardew to be axed.

In the wake of Monday night’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal, prominent fan website nufc.com wrote: ‘Post-match chatter centred on attempts to gain support for a mass walkout after 60 minutes of Saturday's visit of Cardiff City.

‘Given the team's current rate of implosion, even sticking around for an hour might be beyond the call of duty.

‘The lack of unity is glaringly evident and mirrors the fractured relationship between manager and fans. There's a clear need for a figurehead at this club to restore some self-respect, organisation and belief. That man is not Alan Pardew.’

Meanwhile, regional newspaper The Chronicle called on fans to write their front-page headline on Wednesday.

The result was: ‘P45DUE’. The title is currently banned from access to the club and they have now joined calls for Pardew to be sacked.
Highlighted. Brilliant
 
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pweller

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As I said on the other thread, the worlds greatest supporters have been walking out early for the past few months leaving just enough to get a good boooooooooo going.

No one will notice any difference.
 
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