Sam Allardyce was an unhappy man after seeing the Magpies leaving Riverside with just a point after twice taking the lead.
All the Lads are surely feel disappointed and know that they have made us down, but as a genuine Toon Army, we should keep the faith and support them all the way, no matter what. If you think supporting the Toon was easy, you are not worth to call yourself Toon Army!
Despite being lead twice and Allardyce was delighted to see Mark Viduka open his Magpies account with his 150th goal in British football, following Charles N'Zogbia's earlier stunning strike, the game was ended all square. The other major blow was the injury of Carr and Ramage.
Allardyce said: “We have conceded two and that is totally out of order, especially when you have been in front twice.
“It is just unacceptable, absolutely unacceptable. If Newcastle United are to be successful, we have got to cut that out.
“We are bitterly disappointed that we have not clinched the three points.
“The lads are really, really disappointed in the dressing room and know they should have hung on to a lead they got twice.
“Once you get in front twice whether you are playing home or away, you should never surrender it.
“Perhaps the first time is an excuse, but not the second.”
Among the huge travelling Toon Army, we have seen Mike Ashley for the first time, sporting a black and white shirt on the day when the club once again denied speculation that he is ready to sell the club but will think of any offer at around £225millions.
Chris Mort issued a denial via the official website and also insisted he had received no offer for striker Obafemi Martins, and Allardyce later confirmed his understanding of Ashley's position, or in other words, both directors and manager know that the press is love to spread the issues to get attention.
After today's result, we can predicted many negative news coming from the internet and we can be sure many of them are just rumours and speculations. But there's only one thing that we can expecting to happen real soon was new players coming in.
After the selling of Albert Luque to Ajax, and the draw against Boro, Big Sam will speed up the chase of new players to cover the Toon side, especially after the injury of Carr and Ramage, the squad is even more thinner.
Only one thing that we should do at the moment is to keep the faith and support the Lads and the manager.
Howay the Lads!!!