Newcastle United awarded ‘most hated football club in the world’
It’s going to be a long time before Newcastle United reach the January transfer window and have the chance to really start and make changes.
So a few simple tips for you / us in the coming weeks.
As Newcastle United received the title of ‘World’s Most Hated Football Club’ (we finally won something!)…
It’s gonna be a long wait until January – How to Avoid Media Trolls.
Not enough to fill your newspaper column? Just choose any player in the world and say ‘Linked with Newcastle’ or ‘Newcastle ready to abide by the € 150million / dollars / pounds release clause…’ – if you want to add a little more credibility, just ask a partner on the mainland to tell you the rumor you just made up.
Of course, it could also just be agents trying to raise prices in time for January, but in reality, why are we looking for players when we don’t have a recruiting department, football director or manager? ?
However, don’t worry about that, the rumors can be used to show how totally unrealistic Newcastle United fans are in expecting Mbappe to show up (again, just say fans are demanding 500 million pounds of signatures – no need to base this on any sort of reality).
Remember all those experts who said Steve Bruce was doing an amazing job?
Would they be the same saying Big Sam would be a good choice?
That’s right, they need a good click bait to grab onto the media and make people angry.
When you look at the names that this bundle comes up with, it very rarely includes any of the names the locals come up with – just a total fancy list again. It is as if they have no real source in the NE.
Rest assured though, the one we choose will be either:
Right here for the money
Not ambitious enough
Too good for us / current players
But in reality, the main problem will be that it is not one of their mates.
Money and morality
We must not forget that no other football club has a wealthy owner, they all struggle to make a living from scarf sales and the occasional charitable donation from longtime fans. At no point have they spent hundreds of millions of pounds on players all over the world.
Plus, neither team has ever taken money from a dubious source, or made deals with someone they wouldn’t bring home to have tea with their grandmother.
Much will be written about it over the next few years, simply highlighting the league’s hypocrisy as they soar on questionable preseason tours and sign up for anything that will make money. .
The expectation of the fans
Again, no other fan has unrealistic expectations from their club – you’ll never hear Man U fans trying to explain how if they don’t finish in the top four, it’s the end of the game. world… and if they haven’t won the league in the last two years the club is finished… and after bad form none of them would say such insulting things as firing the manager, he doesn’t know not what he does.
When Wenger finished in the top four continuously at Arsenal, no fan complained that it wasn’t good enough and that he should be sacked.
Spurs fans were totally realistic when they sold good players and then didn’t really replace them and tried to do everything cheaply.
Remember though that Newcastle United fans asking their club to invest, support a manager and aim not to be relegated, is totally unrealistic and we should all go back to our box and stop complaining .
So what does all of this really mean?
We’ve shaken them up, we’re not going to be the joke that we’ve been for the last decade and more, we’re going to bring in some good players, we’re going to play some good football and we’re going to take the league spots that from. other fans think their team has a right to be a part of it.
They got a taste of what Hill Cathedral can look like last week – it showed how different it can be from the Silent Emirates, we won’t need to beg our fans to come as City.
So let’s ignore their complaints, be realistic about how quickly things will change and enjoy the ride.