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Newcastle will be a superpower for the next 20 - 30 years

49 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:09
>>45
a warning for saying paki
Surely not lol
Janny must be a seething britoid that get called it for all of his shit takes
50 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:10
Is there a team that would be in the souf west of England to invest in? Seems like a comfy place
51 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:10
>>50
Comfy places follow cricket and tennis and rugby, not football.
52 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:10
>>41
This has to be one of the most deluded posts I have ever seen.
53 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:11
>>49
Racism is against the rules on this board, newfriend.

>>52
It would be more helpful if you specified what you disagreed with. After all, most of what I said is simple fact, opinion compromises only a small amount of my post.
54 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:11
>>53
It would be more helpful if you specified what you disagreed with.
Pretty much the entire thing. Were Corbyn's policies actually popular to anyone outside of the M25, he would have won in 2017 against a genuinely suicidal Conservative party campaign. The fact he didn't says it all.
55 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:11
>>14
Manchester and Liverpool have Cheshire, of course it has an impact. They will be a decent team but not a 'superpower'
The North East has Northumberland, Country Durham and North Yorkshire.
You've fallen into the trap JFs usually do in thinking football players literally live in the cities they play. Dumb paki cunt.
56 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:12
>>55
North Yorkshire is not in the north east!
57 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:12
they'll get bored before then, but let's be honest; if any club is going to have infinite money, it may as well be a club that:

1. has fans full of SOVL (which Newcastle do), and
2. haven't won anything of any note in their history post-Hitler.

who can really begrudge them? (other than Sunderland fans). they've always been shit away from home as well; even when they were decent 20 years ago, they were shit away from home. think of all those Geordies travelling the country for the past half century, pretty much always coming away with nothing. finally they're going to see success. rather them than some nothing club with no fans.
58 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:13
>>55
North Yorkshire
way too far from Newcastle, lad
It'll be Northumberland or northern County Durham at a push
59 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:14
>>54
genuinely suicidal Conservative party campaign
Was that the same campaign that saw them add 5.5% to their vote from 2015? The campaign that saw them take 60% of 2015 UKIP voters, voters who would never vote for Labour after Blair anyway?

Corbyn was very popular in all big cities in England and wales, not just London.
60 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:14
>>59
Was that the same campaign that saw them add 5.5% to their vote from 2015? The campaign that saw them take 60% of 2015 UKIP voters, voters who would never vote for Labour after Blair anyway?
Yet lost 13 seats in the process. Vote share means fuck all under FPTP, you should know this.

Corbyn was very popular in all big cities in England and wales, not just London.
That is precisely why he lost. Policies that only appealed to cityfolk, not towns and the countryside.
61 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:14
>>58
Nope.
I know Warren Barton live in Great Ayton when he played at Newcastle.
FFS Michael Owen was living in Cheshire when he was at the club and would get a helicopter into training.
62 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:14
>>59
Corbyn was very popular in all big cities in England and wales, not just London.
Was he really? Yet his approval rating was awful.
63 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:15
>>61
Great Ayton
basically middlesbrough

I may have overthought "North Yorkshire". Thought you meant places like Harrogate

Owen using helicopters
where's that dubai video when you need it
64 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:16
>>7
https://i.imgur.com/lJj8yFQ.jpg
How Newcastle got its name:
in 1080 (shortly after the Norman Conquest began in 1066), Robert II of Normandy (1051-1134), the eldest son of William the Conqueror, built the castle on the site of an old Roman fort. He built this 'New Castle upon Tyne' after he returned south from a campaign against the King of Scotland Malcolm III.
65 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:16
>>1
I, for one, look forward to the crumbing of top-flight European football and the formation of a Super League.
66 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:16
>>1
Liverpool owners are cunts too. Has he ever criticised them?
67 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:17
https://i.imgur.com/Ufs5H71.jpg
In reality, Corbyn's labour party was more popular than that of brown and miliband, as well as starmer.
I live in the North. Corbyn was unpopular as fuck.
68 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:17
>>67
I live in the North.
I live in Liverpool. Corbyn piled up huge numbers of votes in the large cities - labour once again completely dominate the large cities up here. Of course, labour did terribly in 2019 in the small, 'left behind' towns of the north and Midlands. My point is that this wasn't so much the policies, which starmer has mostly thrown out. Labour's vote in these places has been falling since the 2005 election. Left wing, social democratic policies are immensely popular.
69 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:17
>>68
I live in Liverpool.
You could put a red rose on dogshit and you people would still vote for it.
70 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:18
>>68
I live in Liverpool
Opinion completely disregarded in that case. You don't live in reality.
71 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:18
wealthiest family in the world
They're not the wealthiest royals and they are not even close to being the wealthiest non-royal family. Koch, Walton, Porsche and the likes could flip a finger and the Saudis would do the begging doggo pose.
72 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:18
>>71
nope
73 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:18
>>71
Lol, you are incredibly wrong

The Saudi royal family nowadays are like more than 10 times richer than even the British royal family
74 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:19
>>73
Depends on the source by the looks. Investopedia has them high up but still, they see themselves beat by the Walton and Koch families. 100+ billion difference is pretty gigantic as well.
75 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:19
>>7
the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is really easy to visit on a day trip from the city
As we drove across the seabed and dunes, it almost felt like we’d arrived in another world.
It didn’t feel like England at all and was quite surreal.
76 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:19
>>33
Tony Blair
Socialist
Holy fuck Hans get your shit together
77 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:20
>>75
16 miles NW of Newcastle FC's training facility is the Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens (thirty acres of gardens) the first British country house to be built entirely in the new Greek revival style next to the 14th century Belsay Castle... fashionable among the aristocracy, serving as setting for garden parties and other entertainments.
78 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:20
where will MBS live during his visits to Newcastle?
79 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:20
>>14
we aren't multi millionaires. They want luxury flats or big mansions.

They have that in every city with 1M-plus and Newcastle metro has 1,650,000. Just type in Newcastle uk real estate, go to the first page, look at the first four properties for sale, and here's one pic from each one
80 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:20
>>1
Of course he's right and everyone knows it, the only defense mechanism they can resort to is le eternal whataboutism sophism.
81 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:21
>>79
i like entry way and exterior of this one, 11 miles from the Newcastle FC practice facility
82 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:22
83 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:22
>>2
Liverpool is also a comfy city
84 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:22
>>81 https://i.imgur.com/eeekFCJ.jpg
if I got this place, I could entertain 1.6 miles away at the Blackbird Inn here (as Newcastle FC is the Magpies, a black bird), I'd also just be 7 miles from Belsay Hall here:
85 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:23
>>84
when I feel like slumming it, I can check out Rialto, an Italian restaurant just a block away from the Blackbird
86 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:23
>>69
Yes.

>>70
The concession is appreciated.
87 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:24
Labour = Socialist (at least in theory)
The labour party was officially socialist (but unofficially social democratic) from 1918 to 1995. Since 1995 they don't even pretend to be socialists, although they have small socialist wing (about 20% of the parliamentary party).

It's like calling the SPD socialists. Eduard Bernstein is a communist compared to the average Labour MP.
88 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:24
Blairites are neoliberal psychopaths
89 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:25
what's with the american ITT trying to lure people to Newcastle?
90 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:25
>>89
why not ask him yourself by replying to him instead of being passive aggressive like some angry woman
91 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:25
https://i.imgur.com/OJ2BaIs.jpg
Holy fucking shit I think this is connected with the Newcastle takeover
92 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:26
>>91
You think Saudi deep state was on drillings against cake boy?
93 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:26
>>2
Players never actually live in these cities though, they all have comfy mansions out in the suburbs or countryside. The same thing happens here whenever our worst cities (Cleveland, Detroit, Boston, etc.) have really good teams, the players all live at least 30+ minutes away.
94 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:26
>>93
detroit has really good teams? In what anon? The lions have never made a super bowl, and the tigers, pistons, and red wings all aren't good anymore since this is no longer 2005
95 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:27
Newcastle is bretty good for a norf city. Sunderland and Durham is more based though.
96 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:27
>>94
I said "whenever" they have really good teams, not that they have a good team right now. The early 2010s Tigers were actually what I had in mind though.
97 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:27
>>92
i know a lot of people think the saudis astroturfed the ashley out stuff. although it seems like cope to me
98 Name: Anonymous 2021-10-16 18:27
>>91
So a Somali kills a British politician at the order of the Saudis for meeting with the Emir of Qatar?

Will the Somalis then kill Messi next? He works for the Qataris now....

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