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Insistent Pardew The Reason Magpies Got Perez

7:12 pm, Monday, June 9th, 2014 by Dr. Ed Harrison · 89 Comments

The agent of 20 year-old winger Ayoze Perez has made some very interesting comments about why his client joined Newcastle United, when some other bigger clubs – like Real Madrid, Roma and Porto for instance, were interested in signing the player.

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Olaf Bonales – Ayoze Perez’ agent

Olaf Bonales is Perez’ agent has said this about the youngster’s move to Newcastle:

“We have chosen the best option. A four-year contract in a British team, which will allow Ayoze to develop his game.¨ “It is a powerful club financially and in terms of structure. They are laying down the foundations of a new project.”

“Tenerife have done good business, rejecting offers from clubs like Real Madrid, Valencia, Roma and Porto among others, and making €2M (£1.6M) for a player who has six months left on his contract.¨

“There was a verbal agreement with Porto but it was the insistence of Alan Pardew that was so great, and we managed to sit down with the British club to close the deal.”

It’s not too surprising that Alan Pardew is getting involved with the transfers this summer, because he must get some good players through the door this summer – and the sooner Newcastle do that – the better it will be.

Perez was certainly very excited when the signing was announced last week, and he had some very good things to say about what he called a magnificent club – Newcastle United.

We’ re very hopeful that this youngster can have a good first season on Tyneside, and make an immediate breakthrough to the first team squad, and (even) play a  number of games for the first team.

Even though Newcastle fans are down in the dumps at the moment because of our terrible form and results this year, we shouldn’t forget the club still has an excellent name on the continent – we just need to sign five or six top players in the summer.

That’s what’s needed to get us back on track and challenging again for a top six position.

It’s certainly possible.

Comments welcome.

Tags: Ayoze Perez · Newcastle News · Recruitment · Transfer News and Rumours · Transfer Target

89 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Big Pappa Cissé // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:12 PM

    Good signing Colback like .

    Similar to Anita but is stronger and better suited to the PL .

    We just have to hope fat Ash opens his wallet and we bring in some real quality .

  • 2 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:14 PM

    I wonder how many times our brown and silver tongued lothario scratched his nose and cheek while feeding him this latest pile of BS.

  • 3 Graeme // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:15 PM

    BPC – I wouldn’t hold your breath mate lol

    If our previous efforts are anything to go by, our transfer business could already be over!!

  • 4 kevymartins // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:15 PM

    @Usmag lmfao there you go again. What is with you and this Homegrown crap. ”I was Born in Ashington. Please don’t talk to me like I am some sort of closet fan”

    It does not matter where you are from ever fan are equals.

    I just disagree with the fact that you think Jack Colback will be a world beater when he is mediocre. And that you think we should be signing players like Jack Coleback and not Cabella.

    Let’s take a vote and see. What do you guys think is best for the club and will take it forward signing Jack Coleback for free (He is a geordie) Or getting the funds out and paying around £10m for someone like Cabella (From France)

    BPC Exactly my point.

  • 5 scout // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:19 PM

    You lot are never happy, its good news. Yet you twist it and make it bad. Grow up lads ffs

  • 6 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:20 PM

    Well, I have to say I’m relieved now that wor summer signings are complete. I was worried Mike would have to spend some money for a minute there! I see Stoke has signed Sidwell. He was probably too expensive for our taste. Perez will soon find out what it’s like to play for us. He’ll spend most of his time injured like most of our young signings (Vuckic, and Gosling for example) and then disappear into the lower leagues. Or he could be another Xisco. Think of that lads! We are truly screwed.

  • 7 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:20 PM

    I fear you could be right although we’ll see a loan striker come in at some stage, probably in late August after Santons gone and freed up some wages, they definitely won’t bring in any defenders even if Mbwia does go on the theory that the seoson we finished fifth we only had three CB’s and we didn’t need four last season, while Obertan and Marv are here he won’t pay for anymore wingers, so I really can only see Cabella coming in if they agree to our demands, Mikey isn’t that bothered about signing him therefore will not budge in his efforts.

  • 8 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:21 PM

    We’ll try to grow up if you try to wake up scout mate! 🙂 This club is a farce.

  • 9 kevymartins // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:21 PM

    @Scout it’s not good news it’s just news.

    It’s like sidwell to stoke there just like aye he will do for a squad player and go on about there day nothing to really get excited about.

    We bloody just want some real quality in our team is that to much to ask for?

  • 10 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:23 PM

    Hmmm one minute he’s a striker, then he’s a winger?

    I’m confused

  • 11 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:24 PM

    We have waited nearly eighteen months for a signing and when we do it’s a young kid for the development squad with the same rep as a certain Xisco and a free transfer who knocked back Swansea and west Ham to play for his boyhood club, we’d be happier if 10M had of had Cabella in a black and white shirt as well.

  • 12 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:24 PM

    We’ve got NoNuts!
    We’ve got NoNuts!
    Nobody else has NoNuts!

  • 13 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:26 PM

    QUITE happy with the Colback signing but we still seriously lack quality. We are still screaming out for a Cabaye replacement and 2-3 good strikers as well as one or two wingers. Still a lot of work to be done. I think Ince would be a step in the right direction, not sure if we are after him.

  • 14 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:28 PM

    People have been talking about Ince for ages now. He’s not coming to us! Don’t you get it yet? He wants a big wage and he wants competitive football. Therefore he’s not coming to us!

  • 15 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:29 PM

    Belfast mate he’s a striker/winger. He’s going to do everything for us. If he makes the first team eventually that is. If not it’s another comfy five years for him on good wages, like Xisco.

  • 16 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:31 PM


    I dont think anybody has said he is coming. I said i would like him to come lol.

  • 17 BonVoyageBenny // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:34 PM

    RE Colback

    He is a young, English midfielder who wants to play for us. He hasn’t kicked a ball for us yet and yet people are already judging him, slating him and writing him off. Treat him like you would any other player who joins the club and judge him on his performances. Yes he’s joined from out local rivals but what does that mean? Does that make him a worse player? He will offer a consistent squad midfielder, something we haven’t had since Danny Guthrie. Not expected to be a game changer, but can offer a reliable member to rely on. You mustn’t forget that the second half of the season Sunderland were a better side than the diabolical performances we offered.

  • 18 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:35 PM

    Ahhh I see Toon1978. Well then…. Harrumph. We want much cheaper players than that. Does Ince have a one legged brother possibly?

  • 19 carl // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:35 PM

    Yes, good points. It seems easy to get carried away with all the negativity.
    And if I were Joey Barton I might be tempted to make up some sort of analogy here about going out on the lash and waking up the next morning realising that things aren’t quite the way they looked the night before and that we’ve blown the transfer kitty on a temperamental striker who is now giving you a serious headache.

  • 20 Big Pappa Cissé // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:36 PM

    If we lose no more players and bring in two or three quality signings we will have a strong starting 11 and bench :

    —HBA—————De Jong———-Cabella—


    Not bad and about as good as we can expect under Ashley.

  • 21 Big Pappa Cissé // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:37 PM

    And Colback on the bench as well .

  • 22 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:38 PM

    I see nothing wrong with signing Colback. But the main problem many of us have is that we almost never replace the quality we have lost. We didn’t replace Ba even after it became clear that Cisse was hopeless. We haven’t replaced Cabaye. We haven’t replaced Remy’s goals. We have an aging, slow central defense. We have no decent wingers except Gouffy. We are a disaster waiting to happen.

  • 23 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:38 PM


    Maybe so. One legged Ince. Got to be bettter than a two legged Obertan. 😉

  • 24 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:40 PM

    I’d love to know where all these comments slating Colback are, the first six I read on the mag today were praising him and saying what a good signing !

  • 25 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:40 PM

    Don’t count on 3 or 4 top signings. It ain’t going to happen mates. That’s for real clubs, not SD hoarding holders like us. We mainly exist to service Mike’s SD advertising needs. Ashley OUT!

  • 26 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:43 PM

    We can laugh about Obertan Toon1978 mate, but he’s another complete twat we can’t get rid of because if his wage. Just like Xisco.

  • 27 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:43 PM

    Jail for Ashley

    Thing the comments on the Colback signing are mixed. I am not ecstatic about it but he is a good squad player to have in and round the team. A bit like your Willows, Perch, R.Taylor’s of this world so to speak 🙂

  • 28 Mister Tuff // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:44 PM

    jail -evening – I would love to know what Percys’/Tubbs’ new project is. Probably the fans would like to know as well.
    We’ll be a stepping stone for decent players -with a contractual agreement that they can vamoose early to a CL club -so they do not get stuck here.

  • 29 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:45 PM

    There have been another seventeen comments made since this morning on that thread in the mag and all the ones about Colback are positive, where are these pessimists looking for negativists to shoot down coming from.

  • 30 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:45 PM

    No offense to Perez. I hope he does well. But he’s not what we need right now. We need starting players. He looks like he could be blown over by a mild breeze. He’ll get knocked about pretty badly in the development squad and end up injured straight away.

  • 31 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:49 PM

    Jail for Ashley

    Most are on Twitter.

  • 32 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:49 PM

    I just don’t think anybody is overwhelmed by his signing, it doesn’t mean to say we’re not happy about it, but like tads says it is in a position we’re not desperate for and imo opinion he’s been signed because he’s free and there are better profit margins in free players that ones that cost money, if he is worth 5M in three years time he will be gone and the next freebie will be rolled out.
    Mister Tuff,
    It would be nice if they could share their vision for the future with us the paying customers, although we might not stomach the truth.

  • 33 Mister Tuff // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:50 PM

    usamag – interesting that you come from Ashington -I used to live at Bedlington many moons ago. I’ve never been to the US -seen lots of programmes on the telly about how strict they are across there. But it’s very good of the Warden to let you have internet time.

  • 34 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:51 PM

    Ah Twitter,
    Is that the one where feminists get threatened with rape and they’ve had to start giving out ASBOS to moderate comments !

  • 35 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:51 PM

    Pardew had better be prepared for an extremely difficult summer followed by an even worse start to the season. He must be mad to stay on with this owner. MIke lost the plot some time ago. Once we’re in the bottom five he’ll panic but it will be far too late and he’s far too greedy in the short run to fix anything.

  • 36 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:53 PM

    Jail for Ashley

    Great comment. I completely agree 100%. We need strikers and wingers. Thats my opinion anyway 🙂

  • 37 Big Pappa Cissé // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:53 PM

    If we fail to get Cabella or Grenier we should go for Rakiti? from Sevilla .

  • 38 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:54 PM

    Jail for Ashley (34)

    Thats the one hahaha 🙂

  • 39 BonVoyageBenny // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:54 PM

    “Worst signing in my life of being a newcastle fan.” “Jack Colback is just a very average Premier League player.” “Pile of S**te signing Colback is, offers nothing” Unfortunately just some of the responses on Twitter. However, it has got the Mackems knickers in a bit of a twist so for me, seeing them so wound up, Colback is worth every single penny. Wait a second…

  • 40 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:55 PM

    Andy Carroll, Demba Ba and Cabaye lasted six months, a year and a half and two and a half years respectively for us in the PL, how can you lay foundations if the moment a player becomes a saleable asset he gets cashed in with no replacement, foundations made on sand.

  • 41 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:00 PM

    From what I gather twitter is a huge forum and impossible to moderate and seemingly has a big schoolyard following, anybody saying Colback is shite on here would get a debate as to why he’s not, trolls eventually get found out, I think it’s fairer to get a view of a more accurate opinion on sites like this and the mag.

  • 42 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:03 PM

    The bulk of Newcastle’s supporters know we are in serious trouble. It’s fine to be optimistic if there is reason to be. I love to look forward to a new season but not with this greedy idiot of an owner. One way or the other he will leave. He will create a disaster he can’t get out of, get us relegated and then sell for whatever he can get. Total tosser.

  • 43 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:04 PM

    Twitter is full of twits. Airheads with 128 characters to waste.

  • 44 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:08 PM

    There’s a reason you call it twatter: It’s full of twats.

  • 45 thai-mag // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:10 PM

    what happens when in the next 2 seasons he never gets a kick for the first team except for the last 20 minutes of some cup game we are going out to loose anyway, he wont be worth nothing then, joke club, every morning I wake up and think it cant get any worse but every morning it always does

  • 46 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:11 PM

    There’s absolutely nothing to get excited about anymore, even the likes of Bills son who still actually believed Mashers had us heading in the right direction have given up and deserted the site, apart from our most recently departed blog apologists has there been one person in the last few months coming on here saying top business Mikey has it sussed and CL is round the corner.

  • 47 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:14 PM

    Believe me, with only Cisse, Gouffran and maybe Gomis plus a loan coming in, he will be getting plenty of game time, I think Armstrong will be sent out on loan.

  • 48 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:19 PM

    Let’s see Pardew and Ashley face up to it. Explain the shocking state of the club. Explain we why can’t afford a few top quality incoming. Explain the lowball bids. Explain the incompetence of the Kinnear appointment. We’re waiting Alan and Mike.

  • 49 geordie157 // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:27 PM

    So what do we have now

    GK, Krul, Elliott, Alnwick, Woodman
    RB Debuchy, Tav, Raylor
    CB Colo, Mbiwa, Saylor, Wilo, Good, Satka maybe Streete
    LB, Santon, Haidara, Dummett
    RW Ben Arfa, Obertan (arrgghh)
    DM Tiote, Anita, Kemen
    CM Sissoko, Colback, Abeid, Bigi
    AM Marveaux, Vuckic, Amalfitano (ok that’s pushing it)
    LW Gouffran, Jonas, Sammy, Fergs, Aarons
    ST Cisse, Armstrong, Perez, Campbell, Gilliead

    We need to get Jonas off the books asap, Obertan just pay up his contract and take a hit.

    We need

    1 commanding CB
    1 or 2 pacey wingers
    1 or 2 creative midfielders
    2 quality strikers

    Shawcross (unlikely), Townsend, Ince, Grenier, Doumbia/Lacazette, Rhodes. Sorted.

  • 50 belgrade fan // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:30 PM

    Dont forget you people to re buy season tickets, only few days left, now you will see players like Colback trying to keep us in PL. This club deserves this

  • 51 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:34 PM

    Jesus Belgrade fan it’s only Jack Colback, not Jack the ripper.

  • 52 nimo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:35 PM

    I ain’t gonna lie I did think at one point mashers had us going in with the right game plan and in a sense still do but it is ridiculous how tight he’s being. I get being loyal to the guys who made him who is but Pards has ran his course for me, I was expecting some investment closer towards the 20million a year mark rather than the 2, don’t think that would be too much to ask but the plan he has would only work if the financial fair play rules were actually enforced.. Kick the man city’s out of Europe and rather than giving the successful teams the vast share of money how about investing more into grass roots, the gulf between the top teams the second tier of the premier league is becoming embarrassingly large

  • 53 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:36 PM

    Calm down calm down 🙂

  • 54 Average_Contents // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:38 PM

    Well it’s official now it’s on the club website he’s signed

    Percy mentioned he’s very happy because he’s a great passer of the ball, versatile and a local lad, what he means is he’s absolutely over the moon because he’s versatile and can play anywhere across the midfield and both full back position

    Just wait ladies and gentlemen we will soon have a team of jack of all trades but master’s of none

    Don’t get me wrong he’s a good squad member but we all know the puppet is gonna play him over someone like Hba or goofy the spineless twat

  • 55 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:40 PM

    Sunderland seem pleased lol

  • 56 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:42 PM

    How the Ashley has fallen. Each season gets worse now. From some ambition, to limited ambition, to no ambition. We have truly reached rock bottom.

  • 57 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:43 PM

    Quite petty from SAFC.

    Club statement
    Published: 09 June, 2014
    by Sunderland AFC
    Club comment on Colback departure.
    After the announcement that Jack Colback has signed for Newcastle United, SAFC has issued the following statement:
    “Jack is a player we have nurtured and developed through our academy system since he was eight years old. We gave him the opportunity to become a professional footballer and are therefore extremely disappointed in the events that have led to his departure from the club.
    “This wasn’t about money – the club agreed to all of the terms demanded of us during discussions and we were always led to believe that Jack wanted to stay with us. At his and his representatives’ request, final talks were put on hold until the club secured its top flight status. To our dismay however, we were subsequently never given the chance to negotiate with him to stay.
    “For him to then leave the club that has supported him throughout his formative years in such a manner, with no chance for Sunderland to recover any of the significant investment that it has made in him as a player, has left a bitter taste.”

  • 58 Average_Contents // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:44 PM

    That they do Belfast lmfao

    It’s worth it getting him just to piss them scum off, funny though ain’t it before he left he could do no wrong but now he’s gone and signed for us he’s complete and utter shite lol

  • 59 Big Pappa Cissé // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:44 PM

    Cry me a river SAFC .

    They act like a player looking out for no-one but themselves is a first in the Premier League .

    Get over it .

  • 60 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:46 PM

    My heart bleeds for them hahahahahahahahahahah

  • 61 Toon1978 // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:48 PM


    lol. You evil man 🙂 I dont think NUFC were as gutted losing Cabaye.

  • 62 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:49 PM

    He has us going in the right direction for him alone, dire football due to a cheap manager, plodding in the PL due to getting rid of our best players and replacing them cheaply all in the name of low cost high return, how long he’s going to get away with it gawd only knows.

  • 63 Belfast // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:50 PM

    So Sunderland have never signed a player on a free that came through the ranks somewhere else ? Lol

    bunch of jokers

  • 64 GeordieTwo // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:50 PM

    Well I’m looking forward to some good footy at the World Cup. A nice break from the Pardew/Ashley drivel.

  • 65 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:51 PM


    Enough said To scumderland

  • 66 belgrade fan // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:54 PM


    point is that we r taking only free-loan players, this summer I think only below averige, which will not push us forward. only to stay in PL and MA to collect money. we were relegated once, now we need to lose 2-3 players like Debuchy-Sissoko and we r down again. signing Colback we sent message to our players- no ambitions, no trophies

  • 67 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:55 PM

    My monies on Denmark!! He he he Sorry jesper

  • 68 ~Anita One Bites The Dust~ // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:56 PM

    So we replace Perchinio with Colback. Big deal.

  • 69 kevymartins // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:56 PM

    Coleback up on site.

  • 70 geordie157 // Jun 9, 2014 at 8:57 PM

    Sounds like the scum are a bit bitter.

    All summed up in one line for me, what do they expect, if they wanted him they wouldn’t have let his contract run down to the last year!

    Colback, “To come to the team I supported as a boy, my hometown team, will be really special for me”.

  • 71 beermonkey // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:02 PM

    so we have a limited budget and wages and we sign some1 in a position that we pretty well stocked in

    my real concern is where this leave bigi as he lookd a real talent in his first season
    I do think maybe one of the 3 left backs will be sold
    I aint sure what colbacks best position is

    maybe by the end of the window his signing will make more sense

  • 72 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:10 PM

    Maybe we wont sign any prestige’s Talent. But I still say it’s early days yet mate

  • 73 geordie157 // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    Bigi will go out on loan, but don’t expect it to be a championship side. I can see him in the SPL as we’ve got a decent relationship with St Mirren or in league 1.

    He’s also got Abeid ahead of him now.

  • 74 Newcastle for alltid // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:15 PM

    Fairly happy with the window so far. Of course, with this current regime, we`ll never be a stable top team. But moaning about it on a blog is useless anyway. It`s all about looking at what we have, and be realistic.
    I`ve always thought Colback has been a good player. Good on the ball, quick. Though somewhat unspectacular. He works hard though, which is something we need in a player.
    As for Perez, I`ve only seen him on youtube. But taken into account that he`s had interest from top clubs, it can`t be too bad. A leading commentator on spanish football here in Norway even went as far as saying that it was “shocking” that a club like Newcastle were able to get a player like him. So he`s definately talented.

    I will follow the transfer window, and I`ll always watch the matches. But, like said above, we just need to have in mind that the club is being run as a mid-table side. We are stable economically, we will sell our best players given the price is right, and we won`t sign any huge names. That`s just the way it is nowadays.

  • 75 lochinvar // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:18 PM

    So the Mackems have put out PR that Colbecks transfer “leaves a bitter taste” …that may be so but putting it out as an official PR release shows a complete lack of class .. “had yer pash” and get over it !

  • 76 beermonkey // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:26 PM


    I don’t think we will sign any prestigious players given how long it takes the French player to settle and hit the ground running I don’t really view cabrella as that, a prestige player is some1 that will come in and make a difference straight away,

    but we have started to make signings I would think most of out business will be done by the time the season kicks off so plenty of time to go
    its just so bloody frustrating

  • 77 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:34 PM

    Yeah I know mate, makes ya blood boil sometimes with how they drag there feet with signings.
    But none of us know what’s really happening behind the scenes. For all we know the Siem de jong link could be true. Cabella may still be brought in…….Who know’s bud.
    Personally will judge when the window is closed rather than fear the worst already

  • 78 Average_Contents // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:34 PM

    As well as that pathetic statement the scum put out they posted the infamous pictures of jack scoring, celebrating and taking the piss with the 0-3 sign on twitter after saying he’d signed for us lmfao this is pure comedy class

    Made my fcuking day 😀

  • 79 JAMSHA // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:38 PM

    ppl need to stop sayn colback is average…. ul seen wen the season starts..he could be a star… an i belive he will have a gr8 season with us

  • 80 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:41 PM

    Oh I do Feel so so sorry for the Mackem’s. The guilt I feel is beyond repair Hahahahhaha

  • 81 beermonkey // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:44 PM


    might as well wait before we start bitching and in 3 days the world cup kicks off so that will keep us all entertained
    like us the club know where we are weak and need to sort out whether they do anything about it we will find out come September

    gomis looks like he is next, not a bad signing but also doesn’t make jump up and down with excitement

  • 82 BandB // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:48 PM

    He might, of course, get broken in half about 30 seconds into the derby…….

  • 83 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:54 PM


    I’ll tell you something what winds me up through the season. Nial Quinn commentating on any match we play.
    Jesus talk about Bias….Understandable I know but you would think there would be someone else put in place of this Oaf

  • 84 Jail for Ashley // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:56 PM

    Newcastle for always,
    Your abject acceptance of how we are being run as a football club quite saddens me.

  • 85 Average_Contents // Jun 9, 2014 at 9:57 PM


    And who I might ask would do this breaking! Altidore? Nope he couldn’t break a sweat or his duck! Ahhhh it must be he who shall not be named but wears his shorts extremely high

    I would find it highly amusing if for instance tiote and colback were to scythe him who wears shorts as a tee-shirt down and in the process render him more useless than he already is

  • 86 beermonkey // Jun 9, 2014 at 10:00 PM

    jazzy I turn him off
    but I turned off completely towards the end as we were so poor
    It leaves a hole when its on and your not watching

  • 87 jazzyp // Jun 9, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    Joe cole to Aston villa. Surprised Mashley hasn’t jumped on another Free signing

  • 88 geordie157 // Jun 9, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    Colback will wind up Catterthug, Catterthug gets sent off and we go on to win 6-0.

  • 89 phatt knacker // Jun 9, 2014 at 10:36 PM

    That scum press release is music to ears ” you makem and we takem ” 🙂

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