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The life of a NUFC fan today

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Very sad week for Newcastle.

I think get rid of every player and pay the Morpeth team to take over.

 

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Some matches make all the difference.

Newcastle 5 Spurs 1

Even setting up a 'Just Giving ' page to beat Sunderland.

Money for charity against money for a plane and cheeky banner over the ground today.

Then there is the picture of a new shirt featuring adds from

UPS

Total 

FCUK rearranged of course.

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my son was born in London and lives a stones throw from Loftus rd so his mates either support QPR or Chelsea but he's been told since he was 2 that the black and whites will rule one day,he thought it was easy when we had Beardsley,Cole Ginola banging goals in but then came the lean years and now he's 28 he always says "dad why couldn't you've been born in Manchester" sorry son once a mag you die a mag

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They were poor yesterday mind. Relegation fodder.

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