It'll come as a surprise to no one to learn that Newcastle fans are pretty angry about how poorly they've performed over the last few months, with their side currently languishing at the bottom of the table.
While it's still VERY early doors as far as the league is concerned, fans are ready to call time on their silver-fox manager with protests scheduled for Newcastle's next match against Hull with reportedly 30,000 "SackPardew.com" flyers being printed off to announce their displeasure. Not mincing their words then.
According to SackPardew.com:
"[We] are now in a position to announce finalised plans for a large-scale protest at St. James’ Park this Saturday afternoon, during Newcastle United’s home match with Hull City.
The aim of this is to display a united front against Alan Pardew and the current malaise at the club, for which we believe he has not assumed an acceptable level of responsibility. As a result:
- We are protesting against his increasingly poor results over the past two years.
- We are protesting against his deceit and empty promises.
- We are protesting against his mismanagement of the club and the playing staff.
- We are protesting against his misrepresentation of our hopes and expectations.
- We are protesting against his decision to continue on in what is now an untenable position.
We have 30,000 A4 sheets with “SackPardew.com” in red and blue text on a white background, plus 100 larger banners adorned with our black and white logo, all of which come complete with fire certifications and can be collected for free in Newcastle city centre on the day of the game."
Can't blame them, tbqhwy.