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  1. Can't read the first two pages at work as they are victim of the porn filter for some reason so apologies of already said:


    I've cancelled my direct debit and the only thing that will get me back is a sale so I can't see a sales pitch from the people responsible for the reasons I'm not bothering making any difference.


    As I've said if we do go down I'll go to a few more away games next season instead.


    I know its different for me as the travel/expense make the decision easier to some extent than those who live locally - I have mates who are just as pissed off as me who won't cancel as going to the match is easier and more part of a normal weekend socialising.


    I have also cancelled my direct debit, and yes I will miss the socialising that we have when we go to the match, but for a very long time the bit in the middle of matchdays (the 90 minutes) has really been pissing me off. I will more than likely go into town have a few beers and then go home happy, something that has been difficult to achieve lately.


    For Ashley and Llambias to feed us more crap just amazes me, I do not believe!


    I do not think there is any conspiracy to deliberately f+*k everything up, I've never believed that, why would he want to fail. He is a businessman and wealthy at that, so why would he plan to fail. No it is just plain incompetence, a bunch of meddlers and muddlers that have not got a clue.


    All of this so-called communication, TBF they can't do right for doing wrong, is so patronizing and so many lies and avoiding answering the real issues. He has now got wind that a number of DDR's have bounced and there is a groundswell of opinion that a number might not renew next year, so here he comes again, and more shit with discounts etc.


    I am not one who wants to go back in time and scream that KK is the answer or that we should be making big name signings, what I would expect is little more ambition than JFK and his team of no-hopers in Hughton and co. But, no we settle for third or fourth rate, but what I have done is voted with my dosh, Ashley's regime is getting no more.


    How true this £1 million is as a bonus for JFK, I do not know, but what I do know is I am not going to make any contribution to it.


    Yes I am one of thos who has seen worse, but do I want it to return, of course not, we have challenged in the top 4 etc, I do not want to see us fighting relegation season after season, I might as well not watch as it just makes me so pissed off. I've been going to SJP for more than 50 years, through the good times and the bad times, and there is certainly no incentive for me to want to carry on under this regime. It is not about how much, it is about value for money.


    I want to SEE OUR CLUB MOVING FORWARD WITH AMBITION and SUCCESS and I might return, BUT THIS REGIME STRUGGLES TO PROVIDE THAT, so I fear I'll be missing for some time!


    So Mr Ashley and Llambias, ambition and success are the only incentives that I need to renew my ST!

  2. With the amount of FA fines he's racked up, he'll need some sort of bonus on top of his minimum wage.


    The club will be thinking it's a bargain to give him a million pound bonus if we stay up. Football is shit these days.

    Amazing amount of money for being on the sick.


    Just pay him SSP see how he could manage, most of us only get SSP if we are off work, obscene amount of money and I am one who's helping to pay for it, but at least this is the last season that I will!

  3. The management are worried for the future of NUFC cos JFK is not going to look after team affairs, FFS what a nonsense, his win record is only one place better than the worst ever manager of NUFC, Ardiles.


    WTF are this lot on, we are supposed to be looking at the likes of Robson, Hoddle and Venables, where's the 5 year plan, surely there would be a contingency plan, better still go and get amanager like Bruce and pay the settlement figure, it just might be worth it.


    Calderwood and Hughton are not the answer, what have either of these achieved in management?

  4. Back on topic lads, new deal for Owen, why would you after the last few years he's put in at this club.


    Yes, he has the ability to score goals, but he has never quite managed that simple task called consistently.


    He is in the physio room too often, let's just put the money in the right place and get a replacement, shouldn't be too difficult to get someone with a better attendance record and at least that's a starting point.


    Before everyone shouts Owen scores goals, yes he does and is very good at scoring goals, but you have to be playing and on the pitch to at least stand a chance of scoring a goal. OWEN IS ABSENT TOO OFTEN!


    Let's be sensible, he doesn't want to play for us and so what, let's move on to the next chapter of the horror story, NUFC.


    Lambias speaks with forked tongue and most of all, talks :lol: !!!

  5. I hope I am proved wrong and we start to see a change but right now I am pleased that next season I will be giving this lot none of my hard earned cash.


    xmas tree, you missed this part of my post, and it clearly says, no more, this season is the last so long as this lot are running the club.


    I will be happy to spectate from my sofa for the forseeable future.

  6. 3bitbob

    "pursue the real answers from the regime that are running our club"



    What are the real answers u want. Im half on nusc's side, but I aint sure what they actually now want. Statements like "all fans treat as actual paying customers" are all well and good, but they dont tell me what you now want on top of the fact they are now communicating.....


    As a member of NUSC but more importantly a lifelong supporter of NUFC I am looking for success, something that I feel will not be available in the next 5 years (that's the 5 year business model Lambias talks about). If we are to believe it all, Joe Kinnear will be part of it for at least the next 3 years, now how can that be progress and give us success.


    We will never get straight answers from this lot and as far as I can see, Ryder and co have just taken off from where Anal finished. So far, they show as much bite and determination you might get from a set of hens teeth.


    I hope I am proved wrong and we start to see a change but right now I am pleased that next season I will be giving this lot none of my hard earned cash.

  7. tbf to Joe almost everyone on here was saying the exact same thing


    I'm not liking this idea everyone seems to have of him just randomly coming out with this like he rang the BBC (or whoever printed this) and told them


    he'll have been asked a question about n'zogbia and this will have been his answer and its an honest one, how many other managers in the game today would have said that?(none) and while some of you think thats a bad thing I don't I'm sick of managers and footballers trotting out the same old media training cliches and catchphrases every time they are asked about anything


    I'm not saying I like JFK as a manager but I like him as a person in football who is actually honest in his opinions (not what wise/MA seem to feed him) and often quite funny with them too the send him to wigan line did make me chuckle


    he should be smart enough to know not to come off with stupid soundbites about "whipping players" & "shearer and keegan coming back" etcetc

    the mans not got an ounce of common sense


    he reminds me of the stupid kid at school that could always be talked into doing daft things by the clever kids


    Even though he's being paid to say them? :lol:


    IMO daft Joe says what he believes people want to hear.


    This is typical behaviour of someone who needs to be liked.


    IMO Joe Kinnear is totally out of his depth and does not think for even one minute before opening his stupid mouth and make statements that are less believeable. I did not realise JFK was able to have honest opinions, Walter Mitty springs to mind.


    As for the spat with Charlie boy he should ignore any moves from any member of the media that might provoke rash statements, but that would be professional.

  8. The Dublin-born Irishman told The Newcastle Chronicle earlier today:


    “People start becoming optimistic again when you win,”


    Our fans were fantastic against Sunderland, and they are the most important thing at this club.”


    “They gave the team great support, and the lads received a good ovation at the end.”


    “The only thing which disappointed me was the fact we did not win.” “We must start turning draws into wins,”


    “We need another 14 points. Our target is 38 points, but that is achievable. We have games coming up which are winnable.”


    Why don't we believe you Joe, can somebody let Ashley in on this little GEM???


    Beggers belief, this lot are just fecking stupid.

  9. Why don't you just agree to at least discuss membership fees at the next committee meeting.


    I signed up. I'm an old timer and my subscription was a Fiver.


    No matter what, I don't think I would have signed up at a cost of a tenner. I most likely would want to wait to see how NUSC developed.


    I joined NUSC at the earliest opportunity, after the very first meeting, and I would be happy to offer my support providing it is nothing too physical.


    One thing must be clear that in any action we take those actions must make a difference.


    For example:

    I did not enter the stadium for the Hull game and I with the rest of the family were in the minority, and it did not make a difference.


    My family has not spent a penny on anything Ashley but I now see the queue at the bars and cafes in the stadium as busy as ever, and it did not make a difference.


    I have cancelled my ddr for two ST but I do not know if that will make a difference.


    Now this is my club, the club I love and have done for more than 50 years and I wish only bad things for Ashley and his regime, I just pray that one day soon he will realise and either change or just f£$k off!


    Even if you have a rally and finally a march to the ground, this will develop into the bedsheet protestor rally. You will be joined by the loons who will simply have an excuse to air the bed linen in public once more. I can't see how you will stop this, maybe you don't want to.

  10. JOE KINNEAR has demanded even more from Spanish left-back Jose Enrique going into Newcastle United’s daunting Premier League run-in.


    Enrique will feel he has done enough to stay in the team against West Brom after the 1-1 draw with Sunderland.


    But Kinnear has a big decision to make ahead of the trip on Saturday and must decide how to use new boy Ryan Taylor at the Hawthorns.


    The England Under-21 star can play in a range of positions and has starred out wide on both flanks for Wigan and at right-back and left-back.


    And with Kinnear unlikely to drop Damien Duff, Jonas Gutierrez or Steven Taylor, Enrique could be the unfortunate one against the Baggies despite going into the game on the back of one his best performances in a black-and- white shirt.


    However, Kinnear told the Chronicle: “I told him at half- time, you’re not giving what I expect from you.


    “He’s got all the potential to be a top-class left-back.


    “He just sits at times.


    “He was our get-out ball, without a shadow of a doubt.


    “I didn’t think he did enough in the first half, so I had words with him at half-time, and I thought he did exceptionally well in the second half.”


    Indeed Enrique was a big threat for the Magpies down the left-hand side and linked up superbly with Jonas before later admitting he likes to link up down the flank with the Argentine international.


    The selection dilemma is a welcome one for Kinnear, who also has Kevin Nolan and Nicky Butt lined up for places in the engine room and must perm two strikers from Andy Carroll, Oba Martins, Mark Viduka, Alan Smith and Xisco.


    However, reflecting on the capabilities of Enrique, Kinnear says: "When he gets in that last third of the pitch, he can hurt teams.


    “Sometimes he’s just prepared to sit on his backside in that position and let the game drift away from him.”


    United have also been buoyed by the news that Michael Owen is making excellent progress from the ankle injury sustained at Manchester City.


    Owen is out of contention for West Brom and the home clash with Everton on February 22, but is targeting the trip to Bolton on March 1.





    Top class from Ryder there :lol:



    Jonas is suspended for this game, and Taylor is just not good enough, wake up Joe, haven't you missed something, you muppet!!

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