THE Newcastle United FC thread

Discussion in 'World Sports' started by Stout, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. dreamcastrocks

    dreamcastrocks Chopped Liver Moderator Contributor

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    He came from Liverpool and we didn't want him anymore. No way he starts at Spurs.

    He might as well stay where he is at if he isn't going to start. Unless he wants to go somewhere like Milan or Schalke...
     
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    Leicester does make sense. So does staying At Newcastle. I think he would fit at spurs. You saw how the pairing looked with sisoko and wanyama....
     
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    Stout I gave my cards a victory...

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    This was to funny not to post, but I don't want to be a dick and post it in the Sunderland thread, so here goes:

    If you kill yourself it’s suicide.
    If you kill someone else it’s homicide.
    If you get relegated 2 years on the bounce it’s Wearside
     
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    gmabel830 It's football season!!

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    Newcastle taking Chelsea behind the woodshed when the Blues were the team with something to play for coming in

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    Stout I gave my cards a victory...

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    Absolutely fantastic win. It reminded me of the 5-1 win over Tottenham on the last day, when Newcastle were already relegated, and Spurs were playing for 2nd place. The Mags did it with 10 men, no less!

    Jabba the Ashley once again came out with some empty words after the game. Well, Rafa knows by know that words are wind, and he wants contracts with assurances. And Ashley had damn well better give it to them.

    Who would have thunk it, Newcastle making top 10 with this squad. Rafa is the manager of the year! Okay, Dyche did more with less money than Rafa, but he had a better PL squad to start with :)
     
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    Newcastle should be proud of their season considering how they started. Thanks for whooping Chelsea even if it wasn't necessary for us.
     
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    Newcastle had a great season. They defeated manU, arsenal, and Chelsea at home. They drew with Liverpool at home and had respectable showings at home with spurs and city. If they can keep Rafa/add a goal scorer or two they could be a player next year.
     
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