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I'll whisper it Alan, but I was really disappointed to see Newcastle go down, I always enjoy the rivalry with them. However, I'm really glad that Hull didn't go down because I think it's good for football if 2 promoted sides can stay up, which means out of the options I wanted Sunderland to be off (not least because they always nick at least 3 points against us :( ). That said, they are/were Spurs of the North, it seems rude to want rid of them...
To be honest, I don't think anyone'll miss Middlesborough much, that one's been on the cards for a while.
I agree nbr. On one hand I think clubs as big as Newcastle and with the support they have deserve to be in the PL. On the other hand, with a plonker of a Chairman like they have and the way the club has been run over the last few years there is a line of thought that they should go down to teach them a lesson.
Borough - to be honest...who cares!
Sunderland - Quinn a gentleman but any club that has Roy Kean involved deserve nothing. So, on that basis, I would have preferred the Toon to stay up and Sunderland to go down...but what do I know!!! Its only IMHO!! Not a great season for you up North Alan but keep yer chin up mate.
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Well, if Quinn finds the right guy this time and all these prospective millions materialise, the Mackems could really take off.
Same old story though, Arry proved his worth and emphasized how important the top man is.
By the way, Ashley's a Spurs supporter---why don't you get him back down there.