It must be March because Newcastle have lost three of their last four games scoring only one goal and conceding nine in those games – and it’s getting eerily similar to last season at this time, when we finished the season by losing seven of our last eight games.
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If the same things happens this season then we will not be in the top ten for sure, and maybe will finish around 14th place or even lower with clubs like Crystal Palace, West Brom and Aston Villa having momentum under their new managers.
And the way we have played at Everton and Manchester City in the last two away games, it’s not completely out of the question that we may not win another game this season – things look that bad at the moment.
We hope that doesn’t happen.
Newcastle squad has been decimated by injury, suspension and zero strengthening of the squad by the Board in January, even though there were clear signs we were short of players – especially at striker and center-back – in January.
Now we have our best striker out for seven games and best center-back likely out for three games – Papiss Cisse and Fabricio Coloccini both suspended.
So it’s a rather typical end to the season by Newcastle United, and we wonder if we’ll hear anything from those principally responsible for this demise – the guys at the top – that would be Lee Charnley and Mike Ashley.
It’s the Newcastle Board who are mainly responsible for this demise – make no mistake about that – it’s not all bad luck as some would have us believe.
You plan for bad things happening (that’s kind of the definition of planning) , and that simply hasn’t been done at Newcastle since December.
We just cannot see Newcastle ever having a top side under Mike Ashley with the current policies he has in place at Newcastle – seemingly making money at all costs – which has continually had negative connotations on the playing squad.
Maybe Mike will change some of these policies in the future?
And with so many defenders out, how come we don’t hear Newcastle say they will recall David Santon from Inter-Milan?
And Alan Shearer’s words on March 1st that Mike Ashley’s policies are sucking the ambition out of the club and also out of its supporters, is now looking more true than ever.
When companies are in crisis you usually hear from the people at the top – so let’s see if Lee Charnley will say anything about Newcastle’s current demise.
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