Newcastle Fans Text Messages

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Newcastle Fans Text Messages


What's going on? On paper we look like a brilliant team, but on the pitch we are a shambles. There are far too many mistakes being made. ( GAIL PAISLEY, Westerhope.

WE'RE lucky that we saved a point. Bramble needs to be dropped on Saturday, so let's have Ramage with Boumsong at centre-half. ( EMMA, Sunniside.

I THINK Newcastle have now lost their status as a top-four club. They have simply not performed consistently over the last two seasons, but the quality is there. ( WIGAM, Wallsend.

UTTER rubbish. I'm sick of injuries being used as excuses. What's really happening? The fans demand answers and goals. ( PAUL C, Howdon.

LOST the players, lost the fans, lost the plot big time! ( MAC, Blyth.

A POOR performance against a poor Villa side who nearly won it due to Bramble's stupid challenge. ( PICNIC AND MANYS BOY.

BIG AL was outstanding up front, and finally got the upper hand over his bogey keeper. ( LUGSY BALL.

CAN someone please tell me why this team yet again failed. Never mind a top-six place, more like sixth place in the Championship! ( P STURMAN, Howdon.

IT'S Souness or the fans Freddy, it's as simple as that. ( FAT DAZ, Newbiggin Hall.

WE played like shuffled dominoes. No shape, formation and all over the place. ( DETH, Low Fell.

WE were the better of two poor sides, but didn't have enough class to finish them off. ( MARK, Gateshead.

WHAT a load of rubbish. I hope we're not joining the Mackems in the Championship next season. ( PAUL WRIGHT, Benwell.

WHY play two defensive midfielders at home? On the road to nowhere. ( BWH, Washington.

IT was better than losing, but still not good enough. Given was man of the match, as always. ( SUSIE TOOLE.

EVEN by Souness' standards that was poor. Please Freddy, end our misery. ( BILLY, Newcastle.

OH for a glamorous, flamboyant, devil-may-care attacking side a la 1995! …

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