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  1. NEWCASTLE players are demanding joint caretaker bosses Chris Hughton and Colin Calderwood get the job full-time.

     

    The club's top stars, including Joey Barton and Kevin Nolan, have made their feelings clear to Toon managing director Derek Llambias.

     

     

    Hughton, along with Calderwood, have guided Newcastle to the top of the Championship.

     

     

    Their calm approach has impressed players after a shambolic summer overshadowed by takeover talk and whether Alan Shearer will be manager.

     

    nowt to do with richard Dinnis yer daft shite

     

    I think accas referring to the fact the players were largely (dis)credited with getting Dinnis the job in the first place?

     

    aaah, a shaft of light in the darkness.

     

    the prat that posted the ''witty'' reply obviously began supporting long after 1977 and hasn't a clue what happened with Richard Dinnis and the players at that time - Nattrass and Kennedy were at the forefront - a bit like Barton and Nolan.

     

    when players start pushing for a temporary guy to take over permanently and the guy gets it, thats when the trouble begins a la Dinnis and more recently Spragia of Sunderland.

     

    the "prat" that posted the "witty" reply has supported the club a lot longer and more than you sunshine, he also was one of the few people who realised that Gordon Lee [who left the team Dinnis took into the top 5, a feat not equalled for almost 20 years] actually did a good job for the club and weren't completely blinded by the fact that whatever he did was shite on account of them selling their "hero". Good knowledgeable supporters my arse.

     

    Edit: incidentally, Nattrass and Kennedy were only the spokesman for the group, being local lads with the assumation that it would therefore carry more weight. Micky Burns, Geoff Nulty, Alan Gowling were also instrumental in the walkout, which in my view would have fully justififed anyway, such as the club being run at the time by a bunch of knackers, just like now in fact. A situation reversed completely by the reviled Halls and Shepherd.

     

     

    ;):baby::P;)

  2. There were many for me but one in particular stands out, 1971/72 season, August 21st when Newcastle United's season ignited before a large St James Park crowd. 39,720 gathered to see Malcolm Macdonald make his home debut against unbeaten Liverpool, with a newcomer by the name of Kevin Keegan drawing rave reviews… Yet the day belonged to "Supermac", a magnificient hat-trick securing a rousing 3-2 win for the home side.

  3. When my old man used to take me in the 50's it was the Gallowgate, but when I started going with my mates it was the Leazes and when I was living away from home, whenever I came up for a match it was always beneath the 10 minute flag.

     

    My fondest time was watching the toon in the late 60's with my mates in the Leazes end.

     

    After all that waffle it has to be a Leazes Ender.

  4. Various guest on, dont know who the presenter is. At least its decent newcastle football chat and will be podcast later via itunes (i think).

     

    Steve Wraithe, check out players inc website.

    A professional outfit who work hard on behalf of there clients.

     

     

    Andy Toman, Darlington F.C

    I think Steve must write the content for the site too.

     

    ;)

  5. What do you know?

     

    This BOD's attracts some IDIOT NEW bidder with the emphasis on idiot.

     

    The last time we were up for sale Sheard was going to recruit the services of Beckham but he went to some other small time club on loan.

     

    Sheard is a nutcase and certainly not on any planet that I am on, also he's a Huddersfield Supporter and no doubt using this to get free entry on Wednesday.

     

    Only Assley and Lame-arse could be associated with an alleged bid from lunatic Sheard.

     

    Maybe I'm over-reacting but I wonder how much more bullshit will be reported whilst this arsehole owns us?

  6. See I've seen nothing that say's there's any truth in the reports that he's been in talks with Everton. Yet people seem keen to label him a turncoat.

     

    He's putting the performances in on the pitch so until there's proof he's off to Everton or whererever, I'll hold off on condemning him.

     

    As far as I've been told Steven Taylor has not yet spoken to Everton.

     

    I suspect that will change if there is no movement on ownership and the appointment of Shearer.

     

    Looking at today's announcement, what a surprise. If Assley appointed anyone other than Shearer and eventually Moat is the new owner, compensation would be necessary if Moat really did want to appoint Shearer as Manager.

  7. Been advised there will be an announcement on Friday, also heard couple more interesting snippets, Shearer was definitely at the training ground when Assley turned up in his copter and expect John Carver and not Dowie.

     

    From a reliable sauce.

     

    You do understand if this doesn't happen it's a weekend ruiner? :D

     

    I agree, but all I can do is tell you what I have been told, no embellishments whatsoever. The same person did not say that it would include new ownership, that apart I can only pray. And they have not sold Taylor, and that was one of the conditions that Shearer pu forward.

     

    As I say I can only tell you what I have been told.

    Pfft.

    WAS

  8. Been advised there will be an announcement on Friday, also heard couple more interesting snippets, Shearer was definitely at the training ground when Assley turned up in his copter and expect John Carver and not Dowie.

     

    From a reliable sauce.

     

    You do understand if this doesn't happen it's a weekend ruiner? :D

     

    I agree, but all I can do is tell you what I have been told, no embellishments whatsoever. The same person did not say that it would include new ownership, that apart I can only pray. And they have not sold Taylor, and that was one of the conditions that Shearer pu forward.

     

    As I say I can only tell you what I have been told.

  9. Someone mentioned to me last night how Shearer highly recommended Bassong to Redknapp.

     

    The lad telling me took it as a turncoat thing to do, but i suppose it could equally be seen as driving for a high price.

     

     

    I honestly think Bassong would have left Shearer or no Shearer. French twats.

    I also heard the same, plus Beye.

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