Newcastle United will love it if any team who came to St. James' Park feels that we are in such a miserable situation, our manager was in heavy pressure that give him sleepless night and the players have secret conspiracy to axe Big Sam out.
Not to mention that the Toon Army have loss the interest to United home fixture following the 2,500 crowds less from our last home match.
We love it that way, so the lads will have no pressure in whatsoever during the match, so they can fight like this is the last day of their own career. We love it if any other club manager think that they can beat us easily.
Please come to our fortress, bring as many supporters as you can McLeish, ask them to sing any chants they want, so there's a reason for the Toon Army to give even more thunderous repons. Let's make St. James' Park a concert stadium with supporters chants. Our players will love to dance with the ball and slam it into your team net.
“I told some friends up there that this was the time they could get the confidence back,” he said. “Keeping the opposition fans quiet is evidence we would be doing our job right. We have to play our own game and see if we can cause Newcastle some problems.”
McLeish and his Blues Boys get last Sunday’s lucky victory away to Tottenham Hotspur from Sebastian Larsson’s goal in stoppage time. But that will not happened against the Mighty Magpies tomorrow.