Looking forward to the game against Liverpool on Saturday afternoon, it’s the early kick-off game at 12:45 pm, we keep thinking of what happened in April, when we were ripped apart 6-0 in our worst defeat at St. James’ Park in decades.
Alan Pardew – can he get the win against Liverpool?
Then we think back to our defensive displays against Manchester City and Everton this season, when we looked just as bad as we did in April, when we conceded 9 goals in successive games at home against Sunderland and Liverpool.
So you then put two and two together and conclude that we could be in for a very tough game on Saturday afternoon.
But Newcastle have a way of surprising their fans – both on the upside or downside – so when 85% of fans thought we would beat Hull City we lose – and we were simply awful in that second half.
So perhaps the same thing will happen in reverse, and because there is a fear that Newcastle will get walloped again on Saturday – especially if Coloccini is missing – the lads will play their hearts out and get a result – and even a win.
Obviously that would be great (make that fantastic) and would be a boon before our next game at Sunderland.
Let us know how you think the game will go on Saturday.