Delighted Newcastle Fans Have Their Say – Away Support Incredible


Newcastle fans took to Twitter following our great 1-0 win at Leicester City last night breaking their four-game winning streak under new manager Brendan Rodgers.

It was another masterclass from Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez who was interviewed on the touchline after the game by Sky Sports’ pundit and Rafa’s former player  Jamie Carragher – and others.

Rafa was in his element during the interview and it’s no wonder he and Newcastle are in demand on TV.

Rafa can talk about football for hours and hours much like Sir Bobby Robson and we hear an experienced manager who knows what he’s talking about and knows what it takes to win in football.

He’s very much like Sir Bobby.

Here are some tweets from Newcastle fans and some videos of the Newcastle fans last night at the away end of the King Power Stadium.

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139 comments so far

  • Jail for Ashley

    Apr 14, 2019 at 8:54 AM

    Comment #121

    Was it because she found out out that the naming rights, advertising, merchandise, catering and club shop wasn’t for sale, just the club itself by any chance?

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Apr 14, 2019 at 8:56 AM

    Comment #122

    Has Peter Kenyon been seen alive since his supposed bit?

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:01 AM

    Comment #123

    Bid is a perfectly acceptable word, why does the spell check need to change it to bit?? Why does it not change Rdfa, a word I use every day to Rafa, I think it’s a footy know nowt.

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  • Tsunki

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:01 AM

    Comment #124

    They found out the vintage Rolls Royce they were buying only had the seats and engine by rental.

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  • Optimistic Panda

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:03 AM

    Comment #125

    It’s good Wrighty actually knows the score and speaks up however we still have idiots like Lawrenson talking absolute bollocks on football focus.

    The guys so out of touch he should do commentary on rugby.

    His comments are ridiculous and border on fantasy, it was embarrassing to hear him speak yesterday.

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:05 AM

    Comment #126

    OP,
    What did he say???

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  • simon376

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:11 AM

    Comment #127

    OP
    Remember he is a former employee of ours, a defensive coach who turned out to be useless, maybe that’s why he holds a grudge

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  • hibbit

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:20 AM

    Comment #128

    Jail

    its a very odd and suspicious fact that every interested party/bidder has walked away after doing a very costly due diligence,
    (i’m told a forensic due diligence on a company the size of NUFC will cost in the region of £500k) what are they finding that’s making them abandon the purchase so easily after such an expensive exercise ???????

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  • IrishRob

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:22 AM

    Comment #129

    Does anyone wanna talk about those perfect tiddies on that supporter in the picture? I’ve never in my life seen a male with such round tidds. What a win tho!

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  • sing in the corner

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:24 AM

    Comment #130

    Watching MOTD rerun..
    Wolves do my head in bit.
    Flip flops firmly in place against Saints. They seem to keep doing things to screw us up.

    We want matnematical safety done then pressure applied on fat guts to sign up Rafa with cast iron assurances or get outa town

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  • Optimistic Panda

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:29 AM

    Comment #131

    Jail

    He said Ashley gives Rafa just enough money and he’ll do same next year. He was talking as if he doesnt know Rafas out of contract.

    Basically saying Ashley’s doing a great job considering the club has no money.

    Just total waffle from someone who has no idea what’s happening at the club

    If you can get it on iplayer you should watch it.

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  • NY Mag

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:29 AM

    Comment #132

    Jail @ 121,

    I know that this is the popular myth on this blog, but why do you think that Amanda Staveley (or any other credible buyer) would would pay lawyers / accountants 10’s if not 100’s thousands of pounds for forensic due diligence for something that is a straight forward question to the fat man – what is included in the sale?

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  • sing in the corner

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:30 AM

    Comment #133

    Irish
    Ha ha those are the elephants in the room, for sure

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  • Lindisfarne

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:36 AM

    Comment #134

    If Penfold wants the footballing authorities toacknowledge the wholesale value of a contract at the time of buying a player then the £399,624,020 five year contract payed by PSG for Neymar makes the very untypical example he provided pale into insignificance and that does not include the unpublished Agent fees for the individual deal.

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  • IrishRob

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:43 AM

    Comment #135

    I think the most interesting thing is MA ALWAYS insists on a non disclosure agreement. Which is not uncommon but for bids and takeover negotiations its a bit much. I know this because in the past with other clubs it wasn’t uncommon for the buyer to come out and say why it fell through etc…

    But MA is avoiding this at all costs. It stops the potential buys going public with a reason why the deals fell through. Which is a great way over covering up when Ashley isn’t playing by the rules..

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:45 AM

    Comment #136

    NY Mag,
    I honestly don’t know, George Caulkin thought she was genuine, do you think it’s as simple as just asking Mike Ashley the truth?

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  • IrishRob

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:49 AM

    Comment #137

    Sing…. Lol at “the elephantS in the room” whatever that guy is eating has far too many hormones in it with those round things growing. I mean they’re almost a thong of beauty. Lol

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  • Lindisfarne

    Apr 14, 2019 at 9:51 AM

    Comment #138

    Although the average price of a premier league player is £15.26m (transfermarket) only the top 7 payers spend more than that generally. If we take the average weekly wage as £50,000, although it has risen, a five year contract for a premier league player in general would cost £28.26m. Yet our owners little helper seemed to suggest that £26m was a far to exorbitant price to pay.

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  • IrishRob

    Apr 14, 2019 at 10:04 AM

    Comment #139

    Transfermarkt is a great thing to have, i’ll say that much. But the prices are not accurate a lot off the times. An example: a player rated 10mil gets bought for 30mil and 6 months later his value only goes up to 15mil.

    I get why they do that. But the value of a player is how much somone is willing to pay, and they almost NEVER update a players value to his actual cost which tells me its not very accurate at all.

    A nice guide to have but not something I’d go by or put too much credence in.

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