How Mike Ashley can get away with this latest stunt is ridiculous

Another home defeat for the Toon with another two goals conceded. We had never started a season losing our first four home games in a row, but that stat has well and truly gone. We are in dire straits.
Jamie Vardy converted a softly awarded penalty before Harry Maguire sealed our fate late in the second half, as the England heroes put us to the sword. I don’t even remember the last time we had an England hero, that tells its own story.
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Mike Ashley was in the crowd We had an extra guest in the stadium on Saturday afternoon in the rotund shape of Mike Ashley. The Newcastle Utd owner has had the nerve to show his face at two games in a row now, after he sneaked into watch us at Palace last week. 
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Obertan joins Le Revolution!

Gabriel Obertan has signed on a 5 year deal for a £3million transfer fee.

Pardew has brought him in to "Add pace and skill" to the team, as that was "lacking away from home last season".

Obertan becomes the 6th permanent signing in a row who have been born in the suburbs of France and joins Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Abeid, Marveuax, Ba in what is becoming a French revolution on Tyneside.

Obertan has said on the move, "Newcastle is a big club with history" and added, "I really need a club where I could play more games.

This Gabriel Obertan signing is something of unexcitement to be perfectly honest. He isn't what I would look to, to take the team forward or to even clean the boots of the soon to be departing Joey Barton. Let's face it, he has been a total flop at Man Utd and has done nothing to suggest he is capable of playing in the Premier League.

This team is looking more like Clairfontaine Academy FC with every player that comes in and every player that leaves, one after the other.

However, like any new NUFC recruit, he will be given the chance to show us what he can do with a clean slate and blank canvas.

Vive Le Toon!