'GEORDIE TIMES' EXCLUUUSIVE!
"OPEN TOP BUS TOUR PLANNED FOR NUFC!"
|FLASHBACK TO 1974|
TOP & MIDDLE PIX: ST JAMES' PARK
BOTTOM PIC: 'THE CARDBOARD CUP TOUR'
GANS UP NEWGATE STREET!
Followin' last neets dramatic 3 goal comeback in the last 12 minutes from 'The Crystal Balls' against 'The Liverbirds' to draw 3-3, it meenz that with just 1 point gained the sooth Londoners CARNT now catch us in the 'table race' and NUFC can finish no lower than 10th position in the Premyaa Leegue!
We are currently in 9th place and anly 'The Stoke P*ss Potters' can now owertake us, shud they win away to 'The Baggie Troosers of West Brom' on Sunday and we lose to 'The Liverbirds'!
An open top bus tour of the city centre haz been mentioned with 'The Fat Controller' holdin' up a cardboard cut oot of a cup with "WE FINISHED IN THE TOP TEN!" written on it, in black felt tipped pen! <(ne expense spared!)
40 years ago today, then club captain Bobby Moncur did exactly the same thing, famously? holdin' a cardboard cut oot of the FA Cup aloft on an open top bus tour, after we lost 3-0 to 'The Liverbirds' in the 1974 final!
'The tour' iz expected to start at The Tyne Bridge and travel via the 'new' castle, Northumberland Street, Greys Monument and Eldon Square, before endin' at the 'gates' of St James' Park!
A lap of honour will then take place aroond the pitch with the heed groondsman, hiz staff and the tea lady in attendance, to witness this momentous occasion! "MISSION ACCOMPLISHHHD!"