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Post  Guest on 2013-07-14, 10:43 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Papiss Cisse is being forced to train on his own after Newcastle got tough over the 28-year-old striker's shirt-sponsorship row.
Full story: Sunday Mirror

Now how daft is this? If Cisse takes it to The Strasburg Mafia, Newcastle could be looking at a very hefty fine. Human Rights and all that. Also wont help Cicce`s
 
mindset, or his desire to play for Pardew.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-15, 12:23 am

Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-15, 1:38 am

silvers wrote:Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...

Its hard to believe that they keep shooting themselves in the foot, My magam mates, are furious with whats happening in their club. And I dont blame them at all.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2013-07-15, 2:09 am

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silvers wrote:Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...

Its hard to believe that they keep shooting themselves in the foot, My magam mates, are furious with whats happening in their club. And I dont blame them at all.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-15, 2:11 am

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
billofengland wrote:
silvers wrote:Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...

Its hard to believe that they keep shooting themselves in the foot, My magam mates, are furious with whats happening in their club. And I dont blame them at all.
All good things come to those who wait I love you

 Now aint that the truth ?
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2013-07-15, 2:27 am

billofengland wrote:
Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
billofengland wrote:
silvers wrote:Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...

Its hard to believe that they keep shooting themselves in the foot, My magam mates, are furious with whats happening in their club. And I dont blame them at all.
All good things come to those who wait I love you

 Now aint that the truth ?
Twenty plus years of shit from them since their time in the sun was hardly made up for by one relegation....bring it on Laughing

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-15, 3:54 am

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
billofengland wrote:
Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
billofengland wrote:
silvers wrote:Suicidal for the mags if they can't find a compromise...

.... what a shame ...

Its hard to believe that they keep shooting themselves in the foot, My magam mates, are furious with whats happening in their club. And I dont blame them at all.
All good things come to those who wait I love you

 Now aint that the truth ?
Twenty plus years of shit from them since their time in the sun was hardly made up for by one relegation....bring it on Laughing
I just cant find an answer to knock back your argument, So yep BRING IT ON.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-18, 9:37 pm

They have got a STRIKER, One who wont wear a wonga shirt. Shades of Ford And Dagenham.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-19, 2:05 am

Newcastle United star Papiss Cisse has been left to train at home alone in a dispute over wearing a Wonga shirt.
United jetted out for their pre-season trip to Braga last night without their No 9.
The Magpies striker had his bag packed for the trip to Portugal before being notified he would be unable to travel – unless he wore Wonga-branded training gear and the company’s logo during matches. Cisse, who is a devout Muslim, feels that wearing a shirt sponsored by the internet finance company would be against his religious and personal beliefs.
The striker wore Virgin Money on his shirt when he first signed for the Magpies, but it’s believed Cisse has taken a very different view of the new sponsors.
A close friend of Cisse told the Chronicle the striker felt Wonga were exploiting poor people with high interest rates.
It’s believed Cisse does not want to quit the Magpies. However, he may have no choice but to leave if Wonga and United cannot meet his request to wear unbranded training kit and match-day gear.
Cisse’s friend insisted the United star was not attempting to engineer a move.
It’s understood that he does not want to leave Newcastle.
Cisse friend’s said: “Papiss wanted to go to Portugal. His bag was packed and he was ready to leave.
“Papiss loves the club, the fans and the city. He just wants the situation resolved.
“He simply feels that this is against his religion.”
It’s understood that part of Wonga’s agreement with Newcastle is that every player must wear the logo on their kit.
When Cisse refused to wear the kit, he was told to report instead to the club’s Benton base to train on his own with one of the fitness coaches.
Cisse had hoped to wear an unbranded shirt or a Toon top with a charity logo.
He will now wear unbranded kit during his fitness training while United are in Portugal.
It has also emerged that a meeting with the PFA has not resulted in a resolution. Both Wonga and United declined to comment last night.
Yohan Cabaye, Hatem Ben Arfa, Tim Krul and Moussa Sissoko were all on board United’s private jet to Portugal

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/papiss-cisse-could-quit-newcastle-5135596

WELL SAY NO MORE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ALL ABOUT THE WONGA, INNIT?
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-19, 2:13 am

BUT IT WONT LAST FOREVER, IT CAN`T

oe Kinnear's controversial arrival as Newcastle United’s director of football may have started in explosive fashion – but his first week at the club’s Benton base began well away from the limelight.
When Kinnear first took on the job as director of football, it had been planned that the ex-Wimbledon boss would be taking a place in the main stand at Fir Park for United’s first friendly of the summer against Motherwell.
But with managing director Derek Llambias now long since departed from the crazy world of the black and whites, the executive seats in the old wooden stand at Motherwell that were allocated to United were left empty.
Instead, Kinnear must have felt like he’d turned back the clock to his old Wimbledon days as he stood on the sidelines at Little Benton, no doubt evoking memories of when the Dons trained on public fields in south London away from the glare of the capital’s media.
It was at the club’s Academy that Kinnear ran the rule over a youthful United XI as they went down 3-0 to Scottish First Division outfit Hamilton Academical.
Kinnear met United’s reserve team chief Willie Donachie and watched on as promising youngsters like Rolando Aarons, Alex Gilliehead and Greg Olley took on a full- strength Hamilton outfit.
He watched 26 young United hopefuls get their chance in Donachie’s side’s opening friendly.
The decision to stay away from Newcastle’s game in Motherwell is a positive sign as far as the dynamics of his relationship with Alan Pardew are concerned. There must be clear blue water between them.
Kinnear has already vowed to stay away from team selection and tactics and leave first-team training to Pardew and his backroom team of assistant boss John Carver, Steve Stone and keeper coach Andy Woodman.
If the combination of Kinnear and Pardew, a pairing that has shocked the football world, is to work out, and many have their doubts that it will, then this is the most logical football way of making sure it does.
For Kinnear, it would have been easy to turn up at Motherwell and bask in the media limelight. There were photographers waiting for the possibility, a bunch of national media men and women and the Sky cameras.
But Kinnear wasn’t in a position to add another candid interview into the mix just yet.
When Pardew went on the record about the situation last week, he insisted that Kinnear’s role will be to help “recruit” new faces.
The bulk of his work will take place away from the domain of first team training.
Fan feeling at Motherwell was clear.
A banner stating “Support the team – not the regime” was unfurled in the away section at Fir Park on Tuesday night.
There was nothing personal directed at Kinnear.
Only twice did a pocket of fans chant against Mike Ashley.
And there was a brief flurry of support for Pardew before the players and the backroom staff headed over to the 1,012 fans to thank them for their support after they’d headed north of the border.
Emphasis firmly remains on Kinnear to deliver the first signing of the summer.
A clutch of targets have already been and gone while Pardew hinted there could be progress this week and offered some hope.
But at the moment – and with other Premier League rivals boosting their rosters by the day – it is the as yet unfulfilled hope of new signings that feels like it is killing Newcastle United fans.
Kinnear’s actions in the next few weeks need to be more powerful than any words right now.

BUT THE MAD BASTARD AINT DONE YET, COME ON JOE, I WILL GIVE YOU THE CARTRIDGES.............YOU SHOOT THEM......DEAL ?


FORGOT TO MENTION READ THE COMMENTS.

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-19, 12:23 pm

Ffs

Football fanatics will go to great lengths to show their support. For some, buying the official shirt is enough. Others opt to have the team badge inked on their skin. But one fan is eyeing a slightly different approach.
Newscastle United fan Andrew Canavan is planning to get the club logo printed on his new glass eye.
The 35-year-old from Bishop Auckland is seeking permission from the club to use their crest in place of the iris in his fake eye for the last year and a half.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2368731/Newcastle-fan-wants-club-logo-printed-glass-eye.html#ixzz2ZUPrgBMK
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-19, 12:27 pm

They will go to any lengths to get a story.



Thanks to our Wearside spy, we have been tipped off to this classic.

While Newcastle haven’t as yet made a single signing, Sunderland have been bringing them in by the busload.

As a result, Sunderland were keen to get a picture up on their official Facebook page when four of the new signings went out on the ‘town’ with Ji Dong-Won, to show how they were settling in so well off the pitch as well.

Surprisingly the mackem fans have not been impressed by this and have been kicking off at their own club celebrating this night out, even though it is a lovely backdrop to the photo.

So as Sunderland’s Official Facebook proudly said;

The Boys Are Back In Town…or should that be Toon?

http://www.themag.co.uk/the-mag-flickr-photos/sunderland-fans-in-uproar-as-their-players-are-back-in-town-or-should-that-be-toon/
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-19, 7:17 pm

commachio wrote:They will go to any lengths to get a story.



Thanks to our Wearside spy, we have been tipped off to this classic.

While Newcastle haven’t as yet made a single signing, Sunderland have been bringing them in by the busload.

As a result, Sunderland were keen to get a picture up on their official Facebook page when four of the new signings went out on the ‘town’ with Ji Dong-Won, to show how they were settling in so well off the pitch as well.

Surprisingly the mackem fans have not been impressed by this and have been kicking off at their own club celebrating this night out, even though it is a lovely backdrop to the photo.

So as Sunderland’s Official Facebook proudly said;

The Boys Are Back In Town…or should that be Toon?

http://www.themag.co.uk/the-mag-flickr-photos/sunderland-fans-in-uproar-as-their-players-are-back-in-town-or-should-that-be-toon/
I read this on line, and dissmised it as sour grapes. as did his readers, worth reading the comments posted afterwards.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-21, 12:01 am

A prominent Tyneside Muslim has said if Papiss Cisse followed Islamic law strictly he would not have worn a Virgin Money shirt last season.
The [url=http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/all-about/papiss cisse]Newcastle Number 9[/url] was branded a hypocrite by some fans this week after he refused to wear the club’s Wonga- sponsored kit on personal and religious grounds.
Sharia Law forbids an individual to benefit from the giving or receiving of financial interest.
However, some fans pointed out the Senegalese striker was happy to don a shirt sponsored Virgin Money last season.
The 28-year-old did not leave to train with other members of the squad in Portugal this week in a move which has raised serious questions about his future at the club. It is feared he is attempting to engineer a move, however, many other fans have been supportive of the player.
Abu-Tabaye, project manager with the Islamic Diversity Centre North East, has spoken out about the row. He stressed Muslims could not be grouped together and that some could be considered more strict. He said: “There is not one group of Muslims, it is a very diverse group.
“Some are practicing of their faith more than others.”
While he said interest of any kind was not allowed according to Islam, he added Cisse may be objecting for personal reasons against Wonga as a company.
He said: “From an Islamic point of view it is very clear that interest is forbidden, both to receive and to give. It is completely prohibited.” Abu said it is understandable people who saw a double standard in Cisse agreeing to wear a Virgin Money-sponsored shirt and refusing to wear one with a Wonga logo. He said: “The real, truly practicing Muslim would object to any of those sponsorships and promoting something which goes against their beliefs.”
Other Muslim members of the squad, such as Hatem Ben Arfa and Cheick Tiote, may have a “different understanding” or interpretation of Islamic law to Cisse’s.
Abu also said honouring a contract was extremely important to practicing Muslims, and that if Cisse has signed an agreement he may be contractually obliged to wear the shirt. But he said an agreement could be struck between club and player.
“A Muslim has to honour his contract and it is a major thing to break a contract or to not honour a contract,” he said. “There has to be some sort of compromise if there is a compromise to be made.”

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/prominent-tyneside-muslim-gives-view-5162570

If Cisse takes it to Strasbourg, only one winner, and it wont be Newcastle.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-21, 12:14 am

There is a line from Woody Allen’s funniest film Love and Death when the great man sums up life, the universe and everything in one nifty paragraph.
“You know, if it turns out that there is a God, I don’t think that He’s evil. I think that the worst you can say about Him is that, basically, He’s an underachiever.”
That is absolutely brilliant.
What Allen basically surmises is that if there is someone up there then they have done one heck of a job putting our world together. It’s just a shame they don’t go the extra mile and ensure everyone has really nice lives and, you know, nothing bad happens. Ever.
Why do so much good and then invent cancer? What’s that all about?
Mike Ashley is a bit like God and not because, as some wag said in a tweet to me, that he’s never seen or heard and starts wars. Or at least heated debates in the pubs of Newcastle.
He isn’t a bad owner of a football club. It’s just that he always seems to fall frustratingly short of being as good as he quite easily could be.
Ashley doesn’t need to do a huge amount to be seen as one of the Premier League’s best owners.
But in too many important areas he has let himself down, which is why so many dislike and distrust him six years into his reign at St James’ Park.
He still has a lot of supporters. There are thousands who appreciate the club is in a healthy financial position, but still feel let down by the fact, and it is a fact, Newcastle United are not where they should be.
All he needs to do is improve on just a few things to take the club forward.
First of all – and I know I’m a bore on the subject – but he needs to do some public speaking.
It would be great if he sat down with the Press, but as that’s not going to happen then why not go through the club’s media department?
It wouldn’t be a Paxman-like grilling, but at least the fans would hear from the main man about where the club goes from here.
And he needs to spend some money this summer – and soon.
Not a huge amount in football terms, but if Ashley backs Alan Pardew properly then he would win a lot of goodwill, if that interests him at all.
Go spend £15million on James McCarthy. If anyone is worth that, it’s the 22-year-old Wigan player.
Buy Arouana Kone. OK, so you might not make money at the end of that, but he’d score some goals. Victor Wanyama is another that slipped through Newcastle’s fingers.
He was brilliant for Celtic in the Champions League last season, but looks set to join Southampton. As if he would choose there if Tyneside was a possibility.
Wanyama is top notch, even if £12m is a tad too much for him, so why no bid?
If Ashley and therefore Newcastle had been more proactive, they could have these three tied up before pre-season began for £32m in total.
Considering the new television deal sees an extra £20m flow into the coffers this summer, that’s not asking a lot.
It would also leave a good bit of cash to sign another central defender.
This isn’t difficult. It’s not exactly revolutionary. It’s a simple case of spending money he does have on good players that, in theory, will vastly improve the team.
If everyone stays at the club and stays fit, this especially applies to Hatem Ben Arfa, then all that squad needs is four or five players.
David Moyes might not be quaking in his boots, but Newcastle would challenge for a top-eight place with a squad strengthened by four Premier League players.
It’s not as if Pardew is starting out with a blank sheet of paper.
If his best players find their form of two years ago – and they are helped by some new additions – then this can be a campaign to really enjoy.
There are so many good things going on at youth level at the club. The fruits of those labours will hopefully be seen in a few years.
The scouting network is good and, for my money, they have a good manager, albeit one who needs a good start to the upcoming season.
The Newcastle owner doesn’t need to create heaven and earth in six days.
All Ashley needs is to show he is ambitious by outbidding Cardiff, Southampton and Everton for players that would fit right into the black-and-white jersey.
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Sky Sources: Mick Harford In Talks To Work With Joe Kinnear At Newcastle
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Sky sources understand that Millwall first team coach Mick Harford is in talks to work with Joe Kinnear at Newcastle Unite
Sunderland-born Mick Harford only joined Millwall in June, having served as assistant manager at MK Dons before that.

He played for Newcastle briefly in the 1980/81 season, making 19 appearances.

Harford played under Joe Kinnear at Wimbledon, and then worked as Kinnear's assistant when the Newcastle director of football was manager of Luton Town and Nottingham Forest.

Speaking about Kinnear's appointment at Newcastle last month, Mick Harford said: "He is excellent – he’s tactically very aware of what is going on and believe me, he has a fantastic relationship with everybody at every football club he goes to.

“He’s a proper football man and he probably doesn’t get the credit he deserves."

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Found some old gates
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Made JFK DoF
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