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arsenal v hull free on sky sports mix sat 11th feb 11:30 am

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not something for everyone but free is free.. if you have a active sky Subscription this match is on sky sports 1,but you need a sky sports Subscription. but you can watch it free on sky sport… Read More
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not something for everyone but free is free..

if you have a active sky Subscription this match is on sky sports 1,but you need a sky sports Subscription.

but you can watch it free on sky sports mix sky channel 407 with a basic Subscription
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Try being a Newcastle or Sunderland fan for a few years, Arsenal fans.
THEN you'll understand what "underachieving" "disappointed" "let down by players" and "incessant abuse from media" REALLY is
1 Like #2
Overpriced ! Arsenal should pay folks to watch them :(

Edited By: rogparki on Feb 08, 2017 19:24
2 Likes #3
Ill be at the Emirates saturday but i dont know why as the gooners have fallen apart.

Edited By: darksideby182 on Feb 08, 2017 21:09: john boy
#4
Thanks for the heads up
#5
Virgin Customers - Sky Sports Mix is also available fro Free on M+, L and XL TV packages
#6
PhilK
Try being a Newcastle or Sunderland fan for a few years, Arsenal fans.
THEN you'll understand what "underachieving" "disappointed" "let down by players" and "incessant abuse from media" REALLY is
I can better that one , I'm a Boltonian fan , when we get a throw in or a corner we celebrate like it's a goal and the only team I have seen where you could buy a top boasting a score draw on the front n back (true story)
1 Like #7
PhilK
Try being a Newcastle or Sunderland fan for a few years, Arsenal fans.
THEN you'll understand what "underachieving" "disappointed" "let down by players" and "incessant abuse from media" REALLY is

Try paying £1,100+ a year and then reconsider!
#8
Even if you do have sky sports then sky sports mix is in HD, heat
#9
Dickster1
PhilK
Try being a Newcastle or Sunderland fan for a few years, Arsenal fans.
THEN you'll understand what "underachieving" "disappointed" "let down by players" and "incessant abuse from media" REALLY is
Try paying £1,100+ a year and then reconsider!
So you're relegated every few years and never win a trophy tfor that price then ?
#10
darksideby182
Ill be at the Emirates saturday but i dont know why as the gooners have fallen apart.
Happily swap places with your team mate. 4th isn't "falling apart"
We Newcastle fans are labelled (ridiculously) as "delusional" by the national media for believing a team with a 50,000 average should be in top half of table - we've never "claimed" any other - and at least win a trophy every decade or so (Yet same media seem to think it's right and proper for teams with HALF our attendance to think that - Aston Villa being their favourites in this regard) Sunderland fans ask even less. Just to be in top half
#11
PhilK
darksideby182
Ill be at the Emirates saturday but i dont know why as the gooners have fallen apart.
Happily swap places with your team mate. 4th isn't "falling apart"
We Newcastle fans are labelled (ridiculously) as "delusional" by the national media for believing a team with a 50,000 average should be in top half of table - we've never "claimed" any other - and at least win a trophy every decade or so (Yet same media seem to think it's right and proper for teams with HALF our attendance to think that - Aston Villa being their favourites in this regard) Sunderland fans ask even less. Just to be in top half
Fair comment.
#12
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.

I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
#13
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.

You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
#14
PhilK
Try being a Newcastle or Sunderland fan for a few years, Arsenal fans.
THEN you'll understand what "underachieving" "disappointed" "let down by players" and "incessant abuse from media" REALLY is
You stick to supporting your team. I will stick to supporting mine with our own set of standards and achievements.
#15
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)

Not a proper trophy.
#16
I don't see how Arsenal win this game, Hull are playing will under Silva.
#17
darksideby182
PhilK
darksideby182
Ill be at the Emirates saturday but i dont know why as the gooners have fallen apart.
Happily swap places with your team mate. 4th isn't "falling apart"
We Newcastle fans are labelled (ridiculously) as "delusional" by the national media for believing a team with a 50,000 average should be in top half of table - we've never "claimed" any other - and at least win a trophy every decade or so (Yet same media seem to think it's right and proper for teams with HALF our attendance to think that - Aston Villa being their favourites in this regard) Sunderland fans ask even less. Just to be in top half
Fair comment.
Incidentally - I have no animosity towards Arsenal fans -it was mentioned by MANY Newcastle fans that Arsenal and Liverpool were the ONLY fans who had commiserations for Newcastle fans when we got relegated in 2009 while the rest (Aston Villa especially celebrated hysterically) were keen to put the boot in - and the media were ecstatic.
Never understood why
banned#18
Paddy_o_furniture
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
Not a proper trophy.
You get the chance to win the championship every 2 years.
Quit complaining.
#19
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
Just like a drowning man grasps a straw we grasped that.
But could you imagine any team in the top half of the Prem consider a Championship trophy - essentially a reward for promotion -as a top domestic trophy its not even on a par with the much maligned League Cup which still has standing in the game.
#20
Ketsbaia
Paddy_o_furniture
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
Not a proper trophy.
You get the chance to win the championship every 2 years.
Quit complaining.
Lot to complain about.
Who else with similar attendances has NOT won a domestic trophy for 60 years PLUS ?
Everton fans wail the place down and believe they have a "right" to be top 4 - and have won trophies every decade or so which would do me - and all NUFC fans. Liverpool fans are turning on Klopp because of an uncomfortable stutter in 4th. Even the media think thery have a right to be challenging for the title.
Notice how "Buying success" doesn't get used by media anymore ? And Man City fans, the biggest users of the term have stopped using it too because thats how they have got theirs (apparently the arabs who bought out Man City were going to buy Newcastle but Ashley wouldn't sell at a reasonable rate) Chelsea too of course. Man U spend as much as any and anything less than trophies galore ? Ask Moyes & Van Gaal. No "delusion" from the press.
Any of those put a Championship (2nd Division) trophy in the Trophy cabinet you think ?

Edited By: PhilK on Feb 10, 2017 09:52
1 Like #21
PhilK
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
Just like a drowning man grasps a straw we grasped that.
But could you imagine any team in the top half of the Prem consider a Championship trophy - essentially a reward for promotion -as a top domestic trophy its not even on a par with the much maligned League Cup which still has standing in the game.

Belittling winning the Championship is not fair. You still had to compete against 23 other teams to win it. It is worth celebrating. The fact that there are Newcastle fans that don't celebrate this shows a level of expectation that is unjustified. You have a massive stadium, massive fan base but that shouldn't bring any guarantees. Everything is earned and success on any level should be celebrated.
#22
whorlow
PhilK
whorlow
Paddy_o_furniture
Oxford, Luton, Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Wigan have all lifted domestic trophies since we (Newcastle) won the fairs/UEFA cup.
I'm resigned to the fact that I'll never see Newcastle lift a trophy in my lifetime. Thought we had it in 96 when we were 12 points clear of Man Ure.
You lifted a trophy in 2010 (Championship)
Just like a drowning man grasps a straw we grasped that.
But could you imagine any team in the top half of the Prem consider a Championship trophy - essentially a reward for promotion -as a top domestic trophy its not even on a par with the much maligned League Cup which still has standing in the game.
Belittling winning the Championship is not fair. You still had to compete against 23 other teams to win it. It is worth celebrating. The fact that there are Newcastle fans that don't celebrate this shows a level of expectation that is unjustified. You have a massive stadium, massive fan base but that shouldn't bring any guarantees. Everything is earned and success on any level should be celebrated.
"Expectation" ? Do you hear any team boasting about winning the 2nd Division whilst in the Prem ?
ANY team ? Did Spurs, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland, and yes, Newcastle repeatedly go on about their pride in a lower league win ? Nope.
Its a stepping stone to bigger things, no more. Its a death trap and horrendously hard to get out of, sure enough but NOT a guarantee of staying in the top league as seen by the number who go straight back if not immediately but within 2-3 seasons
I'm not belittling it.Just seeing it for what it is
#23
bump! :)

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