Strong Finish To Season So Important For Newcastle


There should be no way that Newcastle take any of their last seven league games lightly, in any way.

Mike Ashley – bankrolled the club lat season

That will help the Newcastle club in at least a couple of ways:

  • The higher the club finishes in the league,  the more money they will get
  • A good league position will help attract good players to Newcastle in the summer transfer window

Newcastle’s financial position is still not self-sufficient yet, but that’s the goal for next season, assuming Newcastle stay up, which now seems almost a certainty.

And the fact that it seems Newcastle will have a new Puma strip next season will also help with the incoming revenues, of course.

Alan Pardew also has a number of tough decisions to make in the summer, regarding both the Newcastle squad and the Academy, and which players will get new contracts to remain at the club.

So those in the first team squad,  will get a chance to impress the manager and prolong their Newcastle careers.

Pardew told the local Newcastle press corp today that every game is important

“Every game between now and the end of the season is important for various reasons,”

“People have got the opportunity to show they can be part of next season, and we want to finish as high as we can in the league.”

“It’s tight at the bottom and in the middle area. You can jump four or five places. There’s no doubting that could come in useful to ourselves.”

“It’s significant to the club – the financial aspect can’t be ignored.” “The accounts showed Mike Ashley has bankrolled the club, and we need that extra cash.”

We would hope that every game is taken very seriously, and if the lads need some inspiration for the game on Sunday against Aston Villa, they only have to remember what happened at Villa Park on Sunday, May 24th, 2009, when Newcastle were relegated.

It was a woeful performance by the side, and nobody would have thought in that second half,  that unless Newcastle scored  a goal, they would be relegated – it was simply disgraceful.

The current players can go out and make it a much happier game and result for all those faithful Newcastle fans, who have supported the club through all the ups and downs of these last two seasons.

Howay the Lads!!



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6 comments so far

  • roshan MAGPIE

    Apr 8, 2011 at 1:52 PM

    Comment #1

    my prediction will be NUFC 2 avfc 0 barton and ameobi to score for NUFC

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  • textbook.ie

    Apr 8, 2011 at 1:54 PM

    Comment #2

    dead right!!!

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  • lewytoon

    Apr 8, 2011 at 2:27 PM

    Comment #3

    same roshan thats what i think

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  • Toonboy_84

    Apr 8, 2011 at 5:15 PM

    Comment #4

    Let’s stuff the dirty brummie’s.

    TOON TOON

    BLACK & WHITE ARMY!!!!!

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  • Keano9

    Apr 8, 2011 at 5:49 PM

    Comment #5

    This should be next years team easily capable of top 6 next year

    Foster
    Simpson Williamson Colocini Enrique/Tiawo
    Grevinho Toite Barton Guiterrez
    Ben Arfa Hulk

    Subs
    Best
    Ferguson
    Gosling
    Saylor
    Ricky van Wolfwinkel
    Jason Pucheon
    Nolan
    Harper

    who we should buy this summer
    Grevinho 10-15Million
    Hulk 20Milion
    Ricky van Wolfwinkel 8-10Million
    Jason Puncheon 500k – 1.5million
    Victor Moses 5 Million
    Tiawo Free
    Larrson Free

    Total – 51.5 Million + Player Wages

    Who to unload
    Smith 2.5 Million
    Routledge 1.5 Million
    Loevenkrands 1.5million
    Ameobi 2million
    Raylor 5million
    Perch 2million

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  • Keano9

    Apr 8, 2011 at 5:52 PM

    Comment #6

    Also I predict 3-1 to the Toon Army with Barton Brace and young phil Airey grabbing a goal with Darrent Bent getting a concilation goal

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