We need the Newcastle players and the fabulous Newcastle fans to get ready for a repeat of Monday night’s game at Newcastle tomorrow, where we need another win against Fulham, if we are to survive in the Premier league this season.
Alan Shearer – we mean business tomorrow against Fulham
But nobody has to tell Newcastle manager Alan Shearer what to do, as he is ready to go all out for the win, and send a message to other relegation teams.
We will go all out for a good win, and after all, it’s the very least the players owe their terrific fans after putting on the worst season at Newcastle for many a year.
This one should be for the fans, and we expect Newcastle players who gets the privilege of playing tomorrow, to bust a gut for the team – maybe even two.
Newcastle’s new mercurial manager Alan Shearer said today:
“We can say we mean business with a victory on Saturday.” “We’re out of the bottom three and we want to tell people that we don’t want to be there again.”
“It’s now in our hands and that’s the way we want it to stay.” “But I have always believed that we would get out of trouble.”
“Now we have a chance to stay up by winning on Saturday and I firmly believe we will do that.”
Alan has instilled pride and passion into his Newcastle players, with the help of Iain Dowie of course, and it was evident for all to see on Monday night. Indeed Newcastle did themselves a world of good on Monday night with a terrific performance, and the Newcastle fans gave their own fantastic display as this game was beamed live around the world, and will no doubt have gained many new fans for the Magpies, with their top performance – when it really mattered.
It has taken a few games to achieve, but to prove it was not just a flash in the pan or a fluke on Monday night, we need another terrific and passionate display from the lads tomorrow. Nothing less will be good enough.
We can do no more than win the game, hopefully by a decent score, and then we can all look for the Hull City result at Bolton, and if they lose we can take off into orbit – but remember to take your Newcastle Brown Ale with you. 😀
Howay The Lads!!