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Ricster

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  1. Haha, Shitpea wasn't even offside. Brilliant. Newcastle, you have made Manchester a very happy place tonight Well done guys, hopefully you have done us a favour. Great result for you guys, thank you.
  2. BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, I dont even think it was off
  3. You lot deserve a result here. Last week against us you showed great team spirit. This week im speechless
  4. That was clearly a goal kick. Ref trying to make up for the penalty
  5. Come on Lovenkrands. Score a goal for the only football team to come from Manchester.
  6. Come one the Toon! Your lads are really playing well. Are you happy with a point? I'd have taken this result before the start of the game, although there will probably be about 20 minutes fergie time. So still 35 minutes to go
  7. So this must apply to every successful club? Name me one that has splashed cash and not had a good time because of it? Newcastle had it, to an extent, in the Keegan era. With the money that you have spent/are spending, success is an inevitability. It's not having a go, it's buying success. Our money was made the proper way too, by the fans, not through external investment. SJH and FFS got a lot more out of NUFC than they put in. But that is what i am trying to point out McFaul, nobody cares if you earn it, if you spend money you get accused of trying to buy the title. By
  8. So this must apply to every successful club? Name me one that has splashed cash and not had a good time because of it? Newcastle had it, to an extent, in the Keegan era.
  9. City fan just trying to point out a couple of things wrong with your post. Since moving to COMS here are the attendances each season up until August 2008 vs Newcastle. 03/04 - May 1st 04 - 47,266 04/05 - Feb 2nd 05 - 45,752 05/06 - Feb 1st 06 - 42,413 06/07 - Nov 11th 06 - 40,571 07/08 - Sep 29th 07 - 40,606 Thats an average of 43,321, and as that first fixture shows, there was and still are plenty of City fans for our stadium to be full. If you take into account the move from Keegan to Pearce, then there is a big decline, but who can fault some of the fans after only seeing on
  10. Yank, oh please. The only more offensive you could call me is a rag or an Englishman, being Scottish afterall. Lived here in Scotland now since 96, still a season ticket holder at City, and moved to Scotland due to family work commitments from Rochdale where my Dad originates from and has been a City fan all his life. Fair play, you have my apologies. Are you English or Scottish though, seems like you're saying you're Scottish there despite being born in England to an English father? I was born in Scotland, my dad was in the navy, but we moved to Rochdale soon after. Funny how i
  11. Yank, oh please. The only more offensive you could call me is a rag or an Englishman, being Scottish afterall. Lived here in Scotland now since 96, still a season ticket holder at City, and moved to Scotland due to family work commitments from Rochdale where my Dad originates from and has been a City fan all his life.
  12. City fan just trying to point out a couple of things wrong with your post. Since moving to COMS here are the attendances each season up until August 2008 vs Newcastle. 03/04 - May 1st 04 - 47,266 04/05 - Feb 2nd 05 - 45,752 05/06 - Feb 1st 06 - 42,413 06/07 - Nov 11th 06 - 40,571 07/08 - Sep 29th 07 - 40,606 Thats an average of 43,321, and as that first fixture shows, there was and still are plenty of City fans for our stadium to be full. If you take into account the move from Keegan to Pearce, then there is a big decline, but who can fault some of the fans after only seeing on
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