We cannot be the only ones who think that it’s very dangerous there are going to be protests being planned for the last game against West Ham at home on Sunday – and the AshleyOut people – who are still anonymous by the way – have organized plans after the game to have a sit-in protest.
John Carver and his players need 100% support
If they think that because it’s going to be after the game, it will have no impact on the players during the game, then think again – that’s simplistic thinking.
And the Sack Pardew crew were very successful in forcing Alan Pardew out of the club – and look at the mess we are now in with Pardew gone.
It’s simply irresponsible for groups to organize protests, when we need to support the lads 100% in what is our most important game for six years.
Just think what the players will be thinking if they don’t win and Hull wins on Sunday – and they will be thinking about that during the game and in training this week – they are only human.
Protests against Mike Ashley should be kept until after the game on Sunday, and the only thing the fans should be doing on Sunday is supporting the team – which they are very good at – the best in the business.
That’s a big positive for Newcastel on Sunday.