WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



Alfs 4:14 Mon Apr 12
View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Every game from now on is like a cup final. Newcastle embarrassed us (or rather we embarrassed ourselves) on the opening day, leaving us all thinking 'here we go again', but here we are, 4th and challenging for CL place.

Posters complain that the questions/answers are dull. Then why not ask some decent questions? Banter is always welcomed, of course, but some serious footballing ones would make it a more interesting read for all of us.

Anyway, fire away.

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Mex Martillo 9:14 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Thanks Alfs, look forward to Chelsea

happygilmore 8:46 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Could you not do some creative writing and just make up the replies?

I thought that was what usually happens anyway

Nicey 8:10 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
PS thanks for all the effort you put into these. They are always a fun read

Nicey 8:00 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Alfs can you not just post the questions on the forum and collect the best replies?

chim chim cha boo 2:45 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Alfs 2:04 Sat Apr 17

I knew it would be a tall order finding one who could read and write.

Well done trying though.

gph 2:25 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
(Perhaps sadly, I didn't make that up)

gph 2:23 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
What, all my research is going to waste?



What am I going to do with the knowledge that J. BRUCE scored the second ever goal in a football match in Newcastle now? (RS Weeks got the first one, in a 2-0 victory for Team A over their arch (well, only) rivals, Team B)

RBshorty 2:22 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Let me guess Alfs. It’s a Cockney conspiracy.?
You won’t be able to shut them west London rent boys up. Cheers anyway mate.

Alfs 2:04 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Thanks for all of your questions but unfortunately I've been let down by the forum I approached so won't have any Geordie wit to post.

I hope to resume it for the Chelsea game.

zebthecat 1:50 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
goose 12:23 Thu Apr 15

The reverse is true in Durham.

gph 1:31 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
What do you like best - Newcastle West End's claret and blue striped shirt, or Newcastle East End's all red one?

If they hadn't United, Newcastle would be more colourful...

Hermit Road 12:40 Sat Apr 17
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Are you looking at my pint?

eswing hammer 1:16 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Cheers Charley !

charleyfarley 1:16 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
You last won a major domestic trophy in 1955 the Fa cup.
Do you think you peaked too early?

charleyfarley 1:08 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
eswing hammer excellent ag ag

eswing hammer 12:53 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Are you glad our Ant and Dec ain’t playing ?

wd40 12:36 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Have you got a thick black Moustache






like your wife ?

ChillTheKeel 12:30 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
Following an argument with a Geordie after a home game, he walked off with the warning "If you ever come to Newcastle, you'll shit yourself". Or words to that effect.

Due to my curious nature, I decided to travel to said mutant-infested cesspit a few months later. Much to my disappointment, I couldn't even squeeze out a pea-sized pellet.

Are all Geordies born liars and drama queens?

goose 12:23 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
i went on a stag weekend to newcastle once, as our train pulled into the city centre they forced the stag to wear a sunderland shirt.
we went for a few beers around the city centre without realising how seriously they take this shit. one particular pub they threatened to set fire to the shirt while he was still wearing it.

at the end of the day its football and these weirdos were acting like they had been mortally offended. football is all they have in their lives.

the coming of gary 12:14 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
do you ever wish there was a second club in town? ..then the 'fantastic loyal fans' tag could be earned properly
.

goose 12:07 Thu Apr 15
Re: View from the Opposition - Newcastle - away
punching horse
hanging monkeys

is any animal safe in the north-east?

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