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Newcastle United Sign **** *******

The article title is something I expect to see on more than one occasion in January.

No games this time, no thinking that what we have is good enough, as it's not.

No moving down the list of targets.

No excuses that the price just isn't right.

No thinking of bank balances.

No signings will mean No future. Not in this league anyway. That's how drastic the situation has become.

Playing 38 League games, a League cup, F.A. Cup and a Europa League campaign, not only stretches a squad, it stretches a squad that is lacking in ability even more.

We have the odd quality player but have a major weakness in others.


No more time for cryptic statements. The team with the greatest supporters in the land needs action and as always, action speaks louder.

Then again, whispering would be louder than this regime's words.




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Writer: TNMW Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 29 2012

Time: 9:00AM

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Problem with that TNMW is by the time the window opens we could be bottom of the table by more than a few points. Who's gonna join a struggling team with nowt to offer in terms of football honours and every chance of playing Championship football next season ? 14 points from 14 games is what we had in 2008 and losing four games on the spin also last happened in 2008. People need to realise that relegation is a reality and with Pardwho almost a certainty :(
AMac
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29/11/2012 22:27:00

I think all the fans must know it's a possibility AMac but there are those who predict that Ashley just wants to achieve safety/mid table every season. The main reason being that he thinks he doesn't need to spend a lot to maintain the position but creams the cash in TV money. Only problem being that football doesn't work like that. Standing still is the equivalent of going backwards and that's exactly what's happening.
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