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. 
How 50,000 angry and disillusioned Geordies can allow thi…

You take your one Dane in, your one Dane out?

According to The Chronicle (best paper in the world), NUFC are seriously considering putting a bid in for wannabe best striker in the world Danish International Nicklas Bendtner.


Now whenever I've watched this lad play for Arsenal he always leaves me with a sense of nothingness. He is the epitome of the 'Hit and Miss' striker. Full of talent, shows it on occasions (against Toon to boot, see below), but just isn't consistent enough to be considered reliable.


However saying all of that. When you look at what we have at the moment and as long the fee is modest enough, I would welcome this still quite young, talented, hit and miss striker. As having Hit and Miss in the team is a lot better than having nothing.


Speaking of Danish strikers, The Chronicle in the same piece  http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/newcastle-united/nufc-news/2011/08/11/alan-pardew-lining-up-bendtner-bid-72703-29217258/#ixzz1UiOjmqzB  also reports that Peter Lovenkrands could be on his way back to Rangers. My view on Peter is he has always been on the fringes of the side, who is capable of chipping in with a goal or assist now and again, and has never set my world on fire. A nice solid pro. If he were to leave, he wouldn't really be that missed.


If I were given the choice between young, arrogant, talent, with flashes of brilliance - or experienced (old), solid, average, reliability...........I'd take the former every day of the week!


But that's just my personality!


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