Mike Ashley finally made his appearance in public since his complete take over of Toon. He was in the stands cheering on the Magpies during our 2-2 draw with rivals Middlesbrough.
He is even sporting his black and white colours complete with the name and number of – “Smith – 17”. What a pleasant support and that was a very good boost for the moral of our players and managers, although his first game attend was end up in square.
Sam Allardyce said afterwards that Mr. Ashley certainly appeared to enjoy himself and given his celebration when Charles N'Zogbia opened the scoring in the first-half.
“He appeared to have a good time, especially when the first goal went in, anyway,” said Big Sam.
“It was nice to see him here for the first time – and he hasn't tried to hide away because he was standing there with his Newcastle shirt on.
“It's great to see him. There is obviously lots of speculation around what he is doing, but as far as I am concerned, with he and Chris, we are moving the club forward as quickly as we possibly can.”
I was glad too that he has shown his support, and I give him a huge respect after saw him wear the Black and white shirt, which is rarely to be seen from an owner in the Premier League, and to us even during the Sir John Hall era.
So, I think from now on, we should give more great support to the club and management, we have a good team both in and out the field, no more negative comments, no more speculations, and we will marching forward to continue the revolution.
HOWAY THE LADS!!!