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Sam Allardyce is really under the worst days of his entire career with Newcastle United. I feel sorry and give him my deepest sympathy. I know that couple of days ago, I was also one of those who write bad words about him and his style of play, but today I regret it.
As you can see on the picture above, he looks tired and frustrated. Maybe he's showing this expression in seconds and being captured by the camera, while in seconds later he is back in yelling the Lads to give them more fighting spirits like he always did.
I remember couple days ago after the Liverpool match, from a Chronicle article He is questioning his players about what is wrong with them, are they don't like his coaching style or doesn't like him in personal so they didn't play good and follow his instructions on the field.
The answer is (not sure if it's true or not) just a big silence from the United players.
I do really hope that Big Sam can quickly transformed his magic formula once again, he has done it before with his Bolton team, and I think with a little change, he can do the same for Newcastle United. Wednesday game is his moment of truth.
Can he do that alone? I think not. He needs the back-up from his players, he wants the full support from the Geordies crowd on Wednesday, we have to be able to bring back the noise to St. James' Park, and this time it should be a positive noise for our side.
Although maybe a bit too late for him to do the change, but with the help of luck he can bring the winning game back again to Gallowgate Ends. We have beat the Arsenal team before and I don't see why we can not beat them again. Big Sam must be able to force his team to fight for they life and for the club honor. Play like this is the last day you can kick the ball!
As for Big Sam, time is running short for him but not impossible, let's stick with him on Wednesday, he is still our team manager, he has given the joy at the opening season, and couple of games after that. And even he has to lose his job, we have give him the thank you by supporting him until his very last day, which I hope it will be in many more years to come not this week.