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at 16:30 5 Dec 2017
Will be the ref (again) on Saturday.
[Post edited 5 Dec 16:31]
|Any news on the Liberty lease?|
at 16:38 1 Oct 2017
Is there any recent news on the planned lease of the stadium? As soon as it looks like it's happening, things just seem to fall by the wayside it seems.
at 18:03 10 Sep 2017
I know the football was rubbish, but come on. Apart from the first half and when Bony came on, all we could hear were the Newcastle fans. Where's the passion ffs
|Bumbling Boris at it again|
at 21:08 21 Jun 2017
"It's not a Two Ronnies sketch, you can't answer the question before last."
[Post edited 21 Jun 21:39]
|Must Win Game|
at 08:16 24 Apr 2017
Isn't it interesting that after Clement called Stoke a must win game, we got a must win performance? When Clement said Hull wasn't a must win game (he said a point would be ok) we lost the game. And we continued without a win until Saturday.
We can talk about quality on the field, but if the players and manager don't have the right mentality then what's the point?
|I want to say|
at 08:42 6 Mar 2017
Well done to the team on Saturday, magnificent performance in the face of 12 opposition players. And to our saviour Clement. Still a way to go, but he's done wonders since coming in and improved everyone on the pitch.
But also, thank god our January signings have paid off. Carroll, Olsson, Narsingh, and even Ayew when he came on were great. We wouldn't be where we are without them, I don't think. They've slotted in seemlessly in such a short period of time.
A pity Jenkins couldn't have done this business in the summer when we needed it the most, but it's only fair that for all the deserved criticism, he gets praise when it's due. Still think he should fck off in the summer though.
at 14:57 1 Jan 2017
From 2012: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/18071937
"Like Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers - with whom he passed his A licence in 1999 - Clement fits the profile of a promising, young British manager perfectly and hopes to one day emulate his Northern Irish friend. "I'd like to think there's a chairman out there who will look at me and think 'he's had a good apprenticeship'.
"Some chairmen still like the traditional style of manager but others prefer a more innovative coach with fresh ideas; somebody with a thirst for learning what's out there, who's travelled the world looking at different methods. I certainly hope more clubs will give opportunities to younger coaches like Brendan."
Written in the stars?
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