Newcastle’s Worst Ever Start To Any Season – Things Can Only Get Better

If we had managed to beat Manchester United last Saturday the mood of Newcastle fans would have been a lot better than it is.

In our first 9 games of the season, we have managed to lose seven and drew the other two.

So we still have to win a game – and it’s the worst ever start to a season by Newcastle, which you will now have heard too many times.

Last season Crystal Palace lost their first 9 games in the league and still survived relegation comfortably, so there’s still hope for us this season.

Mike Ashley – Newcastle’s hopeless owner

Mike Ashley has single-handedly caused this problem at Newcastle, and for the second season running since we were promoted back to the Premier League, we will be fighting against relegation.

Just like before we were before we were relegated the second time in 2016.

He is not fit to be the owner of Newcastle United, but it looks like he will remain the owner through next summer at least.

But with the performance of the lads in the first 70 minutes at Old Trafford being the best we have played so far this season –  there is real hope we can start winning games.

We will have to see if Mike Ashley will give Rafa some decent money to spend in January, but we are not going to hold our breath on that.

Ashley has made some horrendous mistakes while owner ar Newcastle United for a long and dreary eleven years.

But his biggest mistake of all is if he drives Rafa out of the club next June by not supporting him financially in the transfer windows.

Comments welcome.

3 comments so far

  • Munster Mag

    Oct 9, 2018 at 2:40 PM

    Comment #1

    It’s all about Rafa and the players. If the shackles don’t come off a bit, like at odds Trafford, we are goosed.

  • toon22

    Oct 9, 2018 at 2:50 PM

    Comment #2

    If we spend some of the money Mikey trousered we will be fine

  • BeeGuy

    Oct 9, 2018 at 5:13 PM

    Comment #3

    Things can always get worse at NUFC, so don’t get your hopes up.

    Until the window opens there is no hope of any offensive firepower. The squad is demoralized and there is no one in mgt or locker room to pull anyone, let alone the team, up by the bootstraps. The refs don’t care how they call the game, since NUFC is not a contender – so don’t look for any penalties or red cards shown to the opponents.

    It will be a matter of shear luck for NUFC to win anything between now and the window.


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