There’s just no way that Mike Ashley will be attending the game at St. James’ Park on Sunday, which could end up seeing us relegated, and if that happens heaven knows what the reaction will from the Newcastle fans – but it wouldn’t be good and fans are already completely fed up with things at Newcastle, and are yearning for a change.
Ashley and Charnley – another fine mess you got us into
It would be good news if we are safe even if we are beaten by West Ham, which is what out readers think will happen on Sunday.
Only one in six think we can win the game and save ourselves.
The majority of fans think we will be relegated on Sunday.
If we do survive we will be the luckiest club in England, because we have done everything wrong this year and John Carver has been a disaster as head coach – yet in an article by Lee Ryder today in the Chronicle Lee suggests that Carver could still be given the job permanently.
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We are just recovering from the deep depression we immediately entered after reading that.
How could Newcastle possibly appoint John Carver after he nearly took the club down with his absolutely hopeless record?
Well OK – that’s right – it would be consistent with the other stupid decisions the Newcastle hierarchy have made in the last six months.
Talk of relegation being a good thing is simply daft – there’s nothing good about being relegated – and there’s general agreement that it would be much more difficult for the club to make a quick return, if we do go down.
Last time we had some loyal players who wanted to stay under Chris Hughton, and vowed to get Newcastle back, but our top players today only want to leave the club as quickly as possible this summer.
And that’s if we are still a PL club, never mind if we are a Championship side.
The image we had when that final whistle blew six years ago and we lost 1-0 at Villa Park was Alan Shearer walking around Villa Park in a complete daze, and trying to speak to reporters when he seemed to be on another planet, such was his shock and dismay.
And fans at the game were seen to be crying with those images being sent around the world – and some of our readers here in the US, have said that’s the reason they started to support Newcastle United – because of the passion on display on May 24th, 2009 at Villa Park.
There will be fans crying if we are relegated on Sunday too.
If we do survive on Sunday at 5:00 pm it will be good news, that we didn’t get what we so richly deserved, and it could be a new beginning for the club – we hope it will be a new beginning for the club.
If we are relegated it could be a complete disaster, and this time we could go the way of Leeds United did in 2002 and even go down to the third division – especially if Carver is made the new head coach – he will never be good enough to manage Newcastle.
Let’s just hope Manchester United don’t lose at Hull on Sunday, because we just cannot see how we can win on Sunday after 12 weeks without a win.
What do you think?