Farewell to My Geordie Lads Nolberto Solano and Paul Huntington

Posted by: shearyadi · August 31, 2007 · Comment 

NOBBY Solano has bid farewell to Newcastle United’s Toon Army for the second time after completing a deadline day move to West Ham United.

The popular Peruvian who has reach an adopted-Geordie level from Toon Army, has joined the Hammers for an undisclosed fee having earlier in the summer stated his desire to be closer to his family in London. Solano completed 315 appearances with 48 goals for the black and whites during two spells …

Duo Happy to Scores for Toon Army

Posted by: shearyadi · August 30, 2007 · 1 Comment 

Both our last night goal-scorers, Owen and Martins are expressing how happy they are to have scores in front of the magnificent Toon Army. Especially for Owen who has scored his first goal in 20 months for the Magpies.
Against Barnsley, Owen opening scores for the Toon in 57 minutes after some series of dangerous penetration from Toon players in the first half didn’t get into target.…

Carling Cup 2nd Rd. NUFC v Barnsley

Posted by: shearyadi · August 29, 2007 · Comment 

Full debuts to Jose Enrique and Cacapa and first starts of the season to Michael Owen, Shola Ameobi and Emre for the visit of Barnsley to St.James’ Park.

As being predicted, Enrique today makes his first appearance since his £6.3m summer switch from Villarreal, and Newcastle United 1,000th player to wear Black and White shirt, Caçapa gets his first start after twice came from the bench against both Premierships side Aston Villa and Middlesbrough.

Emre …

Toon Army Racists? I don’t Think so!

Posted by: shearyadi · August 28, 2007 · 3 Comments 

It was shocking when I read some news about Mido’s being abused as a terrorist by some of travelling Toon supporters at Riverside stadium last Sunday.

Mido, have been subjected to unsavoury chants during a stormy Tyne-Tees derby on Sunday, has defended his actions in confronting the Newcastle United fans who singled him out for racist abuse.

We are not Racists, We are just Proud Toon Army!As a fellow Toon Army, I was sad to read that news if it’s true. It is hard …

Let’s Say Hello and Thanks to Mr. Gibson!

Posted by: shearyadi · August 27, 2007 · Comment 

Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson has expressed his relief that his club are finally rid of prolific goalscorers Mark Viduka and Yakubu Ayegbeni.

Sam Allardyce may have experience of “Bad Smell” at our dressing room and he is trying to get rid off that smell, but on the Gibson’s case, the bad smell was not in the dressing room but inside his pocket perhaps?

Today’s news as being quoted from www.caughtoffside.com, was taking my sight. They …

howay the lads