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So last post just wanted to join in the celebrations im 4 cans into my samiguel had a chicken tikka curry 

hopefully this is the end of……

match complete 1 shot on target 

possession 22% while playing at home 

4 nil down at half time 

going 1 nil up then losing 5-1 lol 

Going out on a Saturday night to ask your mate what the Man U vs Newcastle game finish after last checking it at 76mins gone 0-0 to find out we lost 3 nil hahaha 

 

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I genuinely never thought this day would happen. Let's not forget, the Ashley era has been a complete drain, extremely high number of lows and not many highs, yet we have all had to endure it and never known if there would be an end in sight.

 

I'm sure I am not alone in the sense that I used to be football mad, even during the early days of the Ashley era, and pretty much on the ball with everything NUFC-related, until recently. Not even knowing when your team are playing, who they're playing, what the line-up may be, was the place I was at with NUFC, there was NOTHING exciting to do with NUFC, and my interest had gone from 100% to 0%.

 

This news is just in a different parish in terms of size and magnitude, we hopefully get our team back, the pride in the shirt, the atmospheres within the stadium, the buzz around the place, and I can't wait to get a ticket to try and be a part of the near future at Newcastle.

 

It's absolutely amazing!

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10 minutes ago, HTT II said:

I was critical at the time, but mainly because I thought him staying might have made the difference in staying up! He’s a club legend though! 

not as if we didn't have a more than capable replacement on hand, Harper wasn't as good as Given but he was still a damn good goalkeeper 

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Just now, jdckelly said:

not as if we didn't have a more than capable replacement on hand, Harper wasn't as good as Given but he was still a damn good goalkeeper 

Yeah harper was class in my opinion like you say not quite given level but was a good keeper 

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3 minutes ago, OoOGazOoO said:

I genuinely never thought this day would happen. Let's not forget, the Ashley era has been a complete drain, extremely high number of lows and not many highs, yet we have all had to endure it and never known if there would be an end in sight.

 

I'm sure I am not alone in the sense that I used to be football mad, even during the early days of the Ashley era, and pretty much on the ball with everything NUFC-related, until recently. Not even knowing when your team are playing, who they're playing, what the line-up may be, was the place I was at with NUFC, there was NOTHING exciting to do with NUFC, and my interest had gone from 100% to 0%.

 

This news is just in a different parish in terms of size and magnitude, we hopefully get our team back, the pride in the shirt, the atmospheres within the stadium, the buzz around the place, and I can't wait to get a ticket to try and be a part of the near future at Newcastle.

 

It's absolutely amazing!

 

It's surreal. I so wanted to be in Newcastle on this day, can only imagine the town is buzzing right now. Felt like it was never meant to happen, which only makes it all the sweeter. 

 

Fuck Masters and the big six. You will get what's coming to you. 

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Just now, Paulie Walnuts said:

It's so wonderful to think of the exciting times we are going to have over the next few weeks, months and  years.  It'll never be boring.  It's going to be some ride lads.  

 

Every game will matter again, even with our relatively shite current squad. Because it's a starting point not never ending fight for survival. 

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6 minutes ago, TRon said:

 

It's surreal. I so wanted to be in Newcastle on this day, can only imagine the town is buzzing right now. Felt like it was never meant to happen, which only makes it all the sweeter. 

 

Fuck Masters and the big six. You will get what's coming to you. 

 

Aye mate, it is so surreal, the Ashley era is over, the long, painful, gloomy days of Mike Ashley being our owner, are done!

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As an everton fan I wish you all the best, absolutely no I'll feeling towards the take over. 

We've got taken over a number of years ago and o wouldn't say we have improved much since then.

This is due to financial fair play, we have cash however unable to spend due to income on a global level.

 

I hope Newcastle can spend wisely instead of going all guns blazing with a new manger and players like we did.

 

All the best ... COYB

 

 

 

 

 

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Is anyone else tinged with sadness that Rafa wasn't hear tonight to celerbrate and start proper the project he so wanted? Im over the moon but i wish it had been with him as well

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Just now, Toffee said:

As an everton fan I wish you all the best, absolutely no I'll feeling towards the take over. 

We've got taken over a number of years ago and o wouldn't say we have improved much since then.

This is due to financial fair play, we have cash however unable to spend due to income on a global level.

 

I hope Newcastle can spend wisely instead of going all guns blazing with a new manger and players like we did.

 

All the best ... COYB

 

 

 

 

 

Be patient with Rafa, he will turn yous into a force and have yous competing, maybe not for titles (depends on investment?). but you will outdo Spurs/Arsenal under him and he will want top 4 with yous at least.

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Lads and lasses enjoy the day and the all the good ones to come wish I could be there

 

its just been mentioned on the radio here…..that’s a first 

 

Cant help but keep looking at Sir Bob’s “What is a club…..” and coming over next year to walk up to the ground with the young lad and watching his reaction as he “comes home” for the first time…….14 years too late, that 5 year old will be a 6’2” 20 year old but I will struggle not to shed many a tear, I just know it

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