Newcastle v West Ham - Sat 24th May 15:00

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Newcastle 0-2 West Ham.

Simply because i just don't see any fight in Newcastle's team. Fair play to Carver; he's tried his hardest and given it everything, but he has made some silly mistakes since he took charge, most notably taking to the press to accuse Mike Williamson of getting sent off on purpose.

Newcastle fans plan to occupy the stadium after the match whatever the result. If the result is bad however, and they go down, expect ugly scenes tomorrow.
 
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Potentially Allardyce's last game - finish it in style, and fucking hammer (no pun intended) them.

I'm craving a weekend in Newcastle next season.
 

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I think (hope) the Hammers might just sneak this one, and depending on the result of the Everton-Spurs game we could finish 10th which will be worth an extra £1.2 million to the club, either way it will be Allardyce's final game in charge
 

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Newcastle 0-2 West Ham.

Simply because i just don't see any fight in Newcastle's team. Fair play to Carver; he's tried his hardest and given it everything, but he has made some silly mistakes since he took charge, most notably taking to the press to accuse Mike Williamson of getting sent off on purpose.

Newcastle fans plan to occupy the stadium after the match whatever the result. If the result is bad however, and they go down, expect ugly scenes tomorrow.
Eh? Bloke is way out of his depth but he was absolutely spot on about Williamson doing that on purpose and, imo, the little fuckboi deserved to be called out on it in public.

Hoping Allardyce does us a favour tomorrow because we definitely can't do it ourselves. Think I'll go to work during the game, cba with the stress.
 

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Eh? Bloke is way out of his depth but he was absolutely spot on about Williamson doing that on purpose and, imo, the little fuckboi deserved to be called out on it in public.

Hoping Allardyce does us a favour tomorrow because we definitely can't do it ourselves. Think I'll go to work during the game, cba with the stress.
He might have deserved it, but what has it done to make things better? It's only made things worse. It's probably divided the dressing room, and now more players don't like John Carver.

I agree with you, Carver is way out of his depth.
 

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Astonishing miss from Riviere - may as well have pissed away 6m than sign that bloke.

All it needed was any sort of contact.
 

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John Carver.

He's kept Newcastle up they should give him the job full time

I joke of course even Mike Ashley wouldn't be dumb enough to give the worst manager in the history of the premier league the job full time....would he?
 

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He might have deserved it, but what has it done to make things better? It's only made things worse. It's probably divided the dressing room, and now more players don't like John Carver.

I agree with you, Carver is way out of his depth.
Willy looked hungry today, didn't he? ;)

Had to be Jonas. Fucking legend.

Anita was fucking superb.
 

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Well played Newcastle, your manager and the whole team were passionate for a win unlike Sam Allardyce and his selection, and your win has made my Geordie son-in-law a very happy man.
 

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Went to the game yesterday, first half at 0-0 was very nervy especially when it was going round that Hull had scored two (offside)
Janmaat had a great first half, Anita was excellent in the second bar that 4 on 1 opportunity, f*ck me. Deserved the win, two canny goals. Jonas was brilliant all match
 

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So important they survived yesterday, hearing Mike Ashley before hand was refreshing as he's never been as positive since he's been there, and if he can back up his words with actions it could be a good summer for Newcastle United.
 

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He used the words "continue to invest". Which implies he's been investing up to this point. Which is a load of shite. Wont hold my breath for any positive change. Bloke has been a massive, massive c*** for 8 years on the trot, can't see that changing at all.
 

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Why would anyone believe any of the shit he comes out with? If he is so intent on winning a trophy, then why do we field weakened sides in the cups every year?
 

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