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Pavel Srnicek, one of the greatest goalkeepers to have ever graced the grass at St James’ Park has unfortunately passed away at the age of 47.
We would like to give our condolences to Pavel’s family and friends in their time of need.

Pavel was an example to those youngsters who travel from foreign lands to make their way in a new country. He embraced Tyneside and likewise Tyneside embraced him. He will forever be loved and remembered as one of the key men in Keegan’s team of “Entertainers”.

Gone but never forgotten, Pavel is (and always will be) a Geordie!

R.I.P Pavel Srnicek
1968 – 2015


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Campaign Statement today reaffirms its desire to end Mike Ashley’s reign as owner of our club. We may have been quiet over the summer but we are not going away. We are not reacting to a disastrous start to the season, we have been repeatedly convinced over the last eight years that Mike Ashley is not the man to take our club forward.


We therefore support, and intend to promote the following:

– A boycott of all future home matches (including season ticket cancellations)
– Protests against Sports Direct (including the Ashley Embargo)


We feel a sustained combination of both will force Ashley out of our club. Ashley bought, and continues to own, our club for one simple reason: to promote Sports Direct.  An empty stadium and constant protests against Sports Direct, a company which has been widely criticised for its unethical practices, will make Ashley’s position as owner untenable.


Ashley cannot compete with a united fanbase, we have the power to take our club back, he is not untouchable. We believe Ashley’s unexpected interview prior to the final game of last season was a reaction to the boycott of the Spurs game and evidence that he is fearful of future protests.


As a fanbase, we are commended for our loyalty, for sticking with the club through thick and thin. However, this loyalty has been exploited for too long. Giving up your season ticket and not attending games does not mean that you have given up on your club. It is the most effective way to show Ashley that we will not stand idly by while he runs our club into the ground. Short term pain for long term gain.


Take a stand and fight for the future of your club.

United we stand, divided we fall.


Ashley Out!

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Déjà vu?

Game number 13. Unlucky for some. Deserved for others.


Approximately 34% of the way through the season for those of you who would rather look at things a little more objectively. Newcastle at the end of this fixture were sitting on 10 points, and would seemingly finish on 30 points if more of what we’d seen thus far was yet to come, but how many of us could hand on heart say we’re even capable of hitting that?


2015 has become arguably the worst year in Newcastle United’s long history, with only 5 wins from as many as 33 (league) games. What’s even worse is the fact we’d have a points total of 23 points from those same games and even if you wanted to extend it to our last 38 league games we’d only have 26. So based on the fact, that in the Premier League era it takes approximately 38 points to stay in the division, that’s not only relegation form, that’s gone without the trace of a fight.


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Fatcats and Canaries

‘The cat that ate the canary’


A phrase meaning ‘A person who appears self-satisfied or smug, especially  while concealing something mischievous or hidden.’ Many of the words in that definition ring true as criticisms of Mike Ashley’s Newcastle. Over the past few years, much has been made of his ability to be a shrewd businessman who runs his interests using methods which fanfare as self-sustaining but at the same time yield a significant profit. This much is as true of Newcastle United and the regime in charge of the club has been very self-satisfied in conveying this message.


Mischief however, or more aptly accusations of deception and controversy, are never far from this regime either; many fans of our club literally calling ‘Ashley Out’ on what they believe to be personal business motives that place the club and its success a trivial second.


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Pound For Pound

42 days later – Is this another sequel? Well, the answer to that isn’t clear.


No, there’s no societal collapse, nor has a chimp infected our community with a deadly, contagious virus. However, there is a collapse and there is a virus that has seeped deep into the blood of our club. In our eyes – there’s only one antidote.




Like some sort of zombie apocalypse, Newcastle United finds itself once again looking for fresh blood. This time, it needed not just a snack, but a feast of it. From owners to directors, managers to coaches, forwards to defenders. It seems, as fans we will have to settle for managers and coaching staff.


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