Friday, 28 November 2014

THE JELLIED EELS MOB v THE TOON **** TOMORROW AFTERNOOON!

Posted '12:45pm bells' Friday 28th November 2014
YOHAN CABAYE FIRES WOR 3rd GOAL HOME LAST SEASON (NUFC WON 3-1)
(Sorry aboot the blurred pic, but a'd had a bit to drink by this time!)

Tomorrow we heed for "Landan's eeest end" where we take on 'The Jellied Eels Mob' of West Ham @ The Boleyn Groond!

Aall 3,000 places allocated behind 'The David Fishwick Stand'? <(nevaa knew they had a player called 'Fishwick?---Soonds a bit 'fishy' to me?) have been sold, ensurin' a canny atmosphere come '3 bells'!

News that the trains are aall 'dry' both DOON and BACK from King's Cross for this game haz been conformed by the Transport Dibble, az the fixture iz regarded az 'Category B' for 'Bovver'!

This stems from wor pre season in Jawmany when both the eest Landan mob and 'us' played in the Schalke Tournament, when there waz a bit "bovver" between the two sets of fans!

Anyway!--we'll just have to abstain from the 'hootch' for 3 hours, before heedin' for 'The Overdraft' boozer in East Ham for wor liquid luncheon, which iz aboot a 20 minute waalk from the ground

We are gannin for wor SEVENTH win 'on the boonce', while the home side are flyin' high az well under the guidance of 'Big Fat Sam'

History lesson: NUFCs 1st ever visit to Upton Park took place 105 years ago when we drew 0-0 in an FA Cup tie in front of 17,000 in February 1909 (NUFC won the replay 2-1)
We have played them 125 times in Leegue and cups and have won 50, drawn 37 and lost 38 times.
'The Geordie Times' 1st visit happened 45 years ago in March 1969, when we lost 3-1
(Archive match report on that game below!---ground number 009)

A full Geordie Times match report from 'tomorrow's' game will appear here az per usual sometime on Sunday!  

ARCHIVE GROUNDS MATCH REPORT LIST