Life would be much easier if we still have Mort and the King

September 20 11:03 2008 Print This Article

On this occasion, I would say thanks to Chris Hughton and all the Newcastle players who are going over to the away stand and give appreciation to the Toon Army. We are always there for all the lads, and will keep supporting them no matter what.


As for the game, I have not much to say, in fact I was a bit surprise that the game is actually broadcasted live in here.

And from what I see, we are supposed to be a promising team, we may not be one of the top four but we are showing the progress until the armageddon day couple weeks ago.

Now we look shattered, even the lads are still fighting, we are clearly not having enough depth and strength and our only goal today that could lighten up the day a little bit is coming from a players that the club boards are trying to sell!!!

And who is their man of the match? In my opinion, it was the player who was once in black-and-whites, life is bitterly unfair for us isn’t it? We are still in no man’s land, no manager, no hopes.

By the way, I was shocked by the news today about the club managing director Derek Llambias to have said he had to have a third person in the room when in talks with Kevin Keegan on that day or otherwise he would have slapped Keegan.

Well, I think it was you that shouldn’t be in our club at the first place Mr. Llambias. These whole mess wouldn’t have to be if Chris Mort was still in charge.

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