There's one interesting news today about how supporters can have an effect to the players performance. Mark Hughes said that the mansgers of any team have got to make sure the players you have are able to cope with the demands of the football club they're playing for.
Mark Hughes not just good as a player, but he also have good thought about geting players to play for him. Wor Allardyce can only hope his own buys can do as good as they were before signing in for United.
Claudio Cacapa said earlier before the Blackburn match that he is still as good as he was, and one horror act will not make him as bad player. He said he just need more time to mixed well with other defenders.
Alan Smith has good statement. He is may be the only player we have this season which have been played for other team with the same high demands like Newcastle United. I see that in fact the Toon squad this season have a good potential, and it's just a matter of time until Big Sam can found the good formula to mixed them well.
Well, you may say now I'm the shadow of Big Sam. I have write all about him for the last two days, and you're right about that. I feel bad have judge him as total failure, I was too blind to see what is the real situation he's been dealing with for the last couple of weeks. I feel bad we have put him in this such jeopardy.
And I guess, most of the Toon Army now have seen it too. Smith said, Football fans (Newcastle supporters) know when a team is given 100 per cent. They know when fans deserve clapping off and they know when they deserve a bollocking.
Alan Smith know that we are actually always give the team and the manager our 200% support. They both go hand in hand. We deserved booing last Saturday (against Liverpool). Nobody came out and said ‘why they're booing – we don't deserve to be booed'
“It's the manner of defeats that disappoints the fans and the players. Today they were singing us off at the end.” He said more after the Blackburn match.
Last weekend, Mike Ashley was among those fans cheering off the players at the end – the Newcastle owner appears to have developed a liking for queuing up with the supporters. He is enjoying his time as Toon supporters after his away-day trip to the Stadium of Light.
Allardyce may find it could spell good news for him if the hardcore Newcastle fans continue to support the club like the 6,000 who did at Ewood Park. With 52,000 Geordies acting like they were at Ewood Park this Wednesday, there's hope.