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Rafa gone, I'm gutted. Best manager we've had for yonks and the fat cockney bastard in charge has forced him out. 

I was never away Andrew, i just didn't have the heart to post on this happy site when i was so sad. I did read all about you seeing that Bruce fella, i loved it mate. Newcastle are indeed st

Newcastle fans donated £20,000 to charity over the weekend in protest against the Premier League's controversial pay-per-view scheme. The Magpies' 4-1 defeat by Manchester United on Saturday was

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There was I, standing on the corner of a street in Darras Hall (football player land), when I saw a bloke - instantly recognisable - going into the Co-op. I waited for him to come out and walked up to him ... as he walked up to me with money in his hand.

No ... I was not selling my wares (wouldn't get much), I was rattling a tin for a charity.

I said hello and he said how ya doing? I thanked him for his contribution and asked if I could shake his hand ...along with 'Wait til I tell my brother'.

It was Peter Beardsley!!!!! Legend!!!!!! My face ached for the rest of the afternoon cos I was smiling so much. :)

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There was I, standing on the corner of a street in Darras Hall (football player land), when I saw a bloke - instantly recognisable - going into the Co-op. I waited for him to come out and walked up to him ... as he walked up to me with money in his hand.

No ... I was not selling my wares (wouldn't get much), I was rattling a tin for a charity.

I said hello and he said how ya doing? I thanked him for his contribution and asked if I could shake his hand ...along with 'Wait til I tell my brother'.

It was Peter Beardsley!!!!! Legend!!!!!! My face ached for the rest of the afternoon cos I was smiling so much. :)

That is at least two legends you have met B)

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There was I, standing on the corner of a street in Darras Hall (football player land), when I saw a bloke - instantly recognisable - going into the Co-op. I waited for him to come out and walked up to him ... as he walked up to me with money in his hand.

No ... I was not selling my wares (wouldn't get much), I was rattling a tin for a charity.

I said hello and he said how ya doing? I thanked him for his contribution and asked if I could shake his hand ...along with 'Wait til I tell my brother'.

It was Peter Beardsley!!!!! Legend!!!!!! My face ached for the rest of the afternoon cos I was smiling so much. :)

That is at least two legends you have met B)

3 .... I've met you.

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Fat Mike must be pleased with how things are at The Sports Direct Arena....

Pardew has just been give a new EIGHT year contract :rolleyes:

Pardew owes the fat one lots of money from his bad nights at the casino, so the fat one has to make sure he has wages coming in to pay the debt.... I kid you not.

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I've heard that rumour.

But why would they offer the same 8 yr contract to the likes of Carr, Stone, Carver et al?

Pardew and his team deserve a lot of credit for the way they've changed Newcastle's strategy - particularly in the transfer market.

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I've heard that rumour.

But why would they offer the same 8 yr contract to the likes of Carr, Stone, Carver et al?

Pardew and his team deserve a lot of credit for the way they've changed Newcastle's strategy - particularly in the transfer market.

8 year deal for Carr..mmm the players he has found are worth about 50 million between them an 8 year deal is nowt

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shearer took you down

He did indeed, but not as far down as Lawrie McMenemy took you :lol: :lol: :lol:

The playoff game you lost to Gillingham has to be one of the best games I ever went to at Joker Park. I'm sure there were more Mags there than SMBs :lol: Tony Cascarino -Geordie legend :D

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shearer took you down

He did indeed, but not as far down as Lawrie McMenemy took you :lol: :lol: :lol:

The playoff game you lost to Gillingham has to be one of the best games I ever went to at Joker Park. I'm sure there were more Mags there than SMBs :lol: Tony Cascarino -Geordie legend :D

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shearer took you down

He did indeed, but not as far down as Lawrie McMenemy took you :lol: :lol: :lol:

The playoff game you lost to Gillingham has to be one of the best games I ever went to at Joker Park. I'm sure there were more Mags there than SMBs :lol: Tony Cascarino -Geordie legend :D

Lawrie McMenemy - Geordie Legend :lol:

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MAGS back in Europe tonight...mackems watch it on the telly

TEAM NEWS

Full-back Danny Simpson is back in the Newcastle squad after more than a month out with a hamstring injury.

His return is timely for the Magpies, who are likely to face Bordeaux without centre-backs Steven Taylor (calf) and Fabricio Coloccini (hamstring).

Keeper Tim Krul is still sidelined with an ankle problem, but midfielder Yohan Cabaye is in contention after recovering from a mouth infection.

Newcastle drew their opening game 0-0 against Portuguese side Maritimo.

Bordeaux are top of Group D after winning their first match 4-0 against Club Bruges.

And they have enjoyed an encouraging start to the season domestically, remaining unbeaten in their seven matches so far to sit fifth in the Ligue 1 table.

Former Lille midfielder Cabaye has experience of the Europa League from his time in France, and he believes a run in the competition could have a positive impact on the Magpies.

"With Lille, we played for three or four years in the Europa League and I think that competition helped us to win the French title and the French cup," he said.

"It's important to play 100% in this competition to get more experience for the future. Now we have got [into] the Europa League, we have to play to win the game because we are playing at home.

"We know Bordeaux are a good team but we are a good team as well, so we have to win the game to have a winning mentality."

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