The sky seems to be falling in on Newcastle these days, and if something can go wrong at the club – it has gone wrong in these last two month – as Murphy (Murphy’s Law) had said it would.
Alan Pardew – look at this clown ref
Who’s the clown – no it’s not Bozo – it’s David Lopez
And Newcastle fans had to put up with another pitiful performance yesterday at Brighton, but there’s not one player one that side that would get into Newcastle’s first team with all players fit – other than Devise Santon at left back.
“It didn’t help us having to play with 10 men and I don’t think the fouled player helped us either.” “He looked up at the referee and started rolling around. It was disappointing to see a fellow professional do that.”
“I love this competition.” “There can’t be an English manager who loves this competition more.”
Brighton boss Gus Poyet seems to hold Newcastle in such high esteem, as he lauded the great Newcastle club before the game, and he was honest enough after the game to admit:
“We got lucky when you look at the team we could have played if their players were fit.” “The red card was a bit harsh, too, but we were the better side.”
It’s true we are very down at the moment, but we’re not yet out – and we want our players to fight like crazy with passion – Geordie passion – in the remaining 17 league games and pull us to safety.
If our players want to know what courage, passion and fortitude is all about on Tyneside, they should think of the almost 2,000 Newcastle fans who made the long journey down to the south coast yesterday – to be served up with a complete load of tripe.
If our players played with the passion our fans continually show for our club – we’ll be able to survive the drop this season.
And we’d like to hear an apology from manager Alan Pardew to our traveling fans, for that insipid performance yesterday.
Howay The Lads!!
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