Newcastle United have joined Queens Park Rangers in deciding to cancel their Christmas party this festive season.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew called off the Toon's event 'out of respect for the fans' while the players at struggling QPR took the decision to cancel their shindig due to their poor form in the Premier League.
However, history shows that finding ANY excuse to dump the annual booze-up is probably a good idea.
West Ham — 2012
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