We still hear the NUSC (Newcastle United Supporters Club) are planning to protest, before our next home game against Everton, on Sunday, February 22nd.
But our question has to be – why?
When we are at least starting to get some stability back at the club, and we have even won a game again, and a huge one at that, why would it be a good idea to protest before our next home game, which is a very winnable 3 points against Everton?
Yes we know all about Mike Ashley being very unpopular, and for good reason, but the thing we want to do this season is to improve the fragile stability at the club, and the big mission surely is to stay in the Premier League.
If we can do that, we’ve got a fairly good basis of players following the January window, and with injured players coming back, our squad will be stronger, so why introduce more instability back into the club – especially when it will be self-inflicted.
We don’t support Ashley, but we also think that Joe and the players need all the Newcastle supporters fully behind them this season.
NUSC is only trying to do what they think is right, and they represent the Newcastle fans, so if the fans want this, it will happen.
But logic tells us this is not a particularly good idea, and we don’t want to cut off our nose to spite our face, so to speak.
Demonstrations can come in the summer, or when we are safe from relegation.
Howay The Lads!!