Ok, let’s go through it one more time…

I don’t think I really need to add much more to this, and if it doesn’t get you in the mood for the kick off of the new Premier League season then I don’t know what will.

I very much doubt it will be as exciting today although to be honest I think I said much worse than that at half-time when we were 4-0 down and looking lucky to have got away with that. You never know though. I mean who expected another 4-3 against Liverpool all those years back?

For further titillation and highlights of last season why not take a look at the “related posts” underneath this article. It should be full of various highlights from last season with goals and good (and bad to be fair) memories galore.

The big kick-off is nearly upon us, and what better way to get it the mood than with goals, goals, and more goals?

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23 thoughts on “Ok, let’s go through it one more time…

  1. Krul

    Simpson Colo Taylor Raylor

    Barton Tiote Cabaye Jonas



    Thats my predicted team! Gunna go for a 1-1 draw with Demba scoring. Haway the lads!!!!!


  2. the lads on sky sports news havent got much faith in the toon this season!! every1 said the reason why we aint gna do well is bcos we KEEP SELLING OUR BEST PLAYERS!!! wake up ashley!!!!


  3. 1. Joey could easily have been sent off for that challenge on Diaby. He was lucky, but also he was brilliantly cool after Diaby flipped his wig. He then became the architect of this comeback, no?

    2. Best was not remotely offside–he coulda’ had two and we could have wont this f*cker.

    3. What a f&@#ing screamer from Mr. T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    4. That Fabregas isn’t half bad. We ought to sign him. Van Persie too.


  4. Soccer Saturday boys predicting doom and gloom for the Toon. Glad aboot that nowt will give me greater pleasure than to stick it up em.

    Pinnochio on now telling us how great the bin dippers are.
    Absolute Clown


  5. toby le rhone – did you hear they were saying pardue will be under massive pressure if we lose the next 2 games!!!


  6. Seems like all the doom saying has nothing to do with the team on paper, but the problems of molding that whole group into a cohesive unit that plays well together and calming the psychological scene at the club.

    Unnecessary fughing turmoil…


  7. Saw SS too, as we get closer not as hopeful. 3xSS experts reckon we`ll get relagated, tw*ts! but 1 of them reckon Everton will finish 5th so what the f*ck do they know.
    Surely Norwich/QPR/Swansea/Wigan/B`burn/Wolves etc are worse than us.
    Need a good start to get the players confidence up, get trollied and we`re screwed.


  8. Will Bentner travel to SJP with the Arsenal squad?
    Why not give him a guided tour, then a quick medical and let him soak up the atmosphere – then sign him!
    Arrogant? – good, I don’t want a modest CF – Shearer was arrogant, McDonald was arrogant – give me more arrogance! OK he’s not in that class, but we’ve had 6 months to sign a CF and the season is about to start – so bloody well get the best available – NOW!
    NUFC 2 Arsenal 0


  9. Mexico star poos himself on the pitch

    Omar Arellano reveals a suspicious stain
    Jurgen Klinsman may have marked his debut as USA coach with a last-gasp 1-1 draw against Mexico this week but as far as Off The Ball is concerned the headline act was El Tri winger Omar Arellano who had himself a little accident in the trouser department during the game.

    England’s Gary Lineker blazed a trail for on-pitch, poo-related disasters during Italia ’90 when he soiled himself in a World Cup game against Republic of Ireland.

    But luckily for Lineker, England played in dark blue shorts and he was able to keep the embarrassing incident buried for 20 years. Poor old Guadalajara winger Arellano wasn’t quite so lucky.

    The Mexico national team play in white shorts and the apparent evidence of his poopy pants was picked up by ESPN’s TV cameras and beamed around the world.


  10. Cunning plan, don`t worry lads just remembered we are sponsoring matchball today, if it starts to go **** I`ll tek it yem! F*ck them 😆


  11. Selling our best players. So many are predicting doom. While untested, we’ve replaced with quality. When a so called ‘best’ player cannot get a job at a Prem club, hasn’t played well since his buddy left, he’s not one of our ‘best’ players. Enrique, while sad to see him go, didn’t want to be here. Best of luck to him. Enrique and Carroll are the big losses and we coped very well without Carroll. We’ve had six months of no Carroll, it’s nothing new. Nolan is past it and doesn’t fit anymore.

    I’m loving that so many pundits and armchair analysts alike are predicting doom for us. I’m quietly smug we’ll do well this season. If we get the last two signings nailed, I’ll be even more confident. We’ve acquired international class players and while there are question marks about whether or not they’ll gel, I think the signs are already there.


  12. I wouldn’t worry about the pundits. They’ve tipped us for doom for the last two seasons now and have been made to suck their own bell ends as a result.

    Did Paul Merson pay us a compliment by the way? 😯


  13. F**k the pundits , they havent got a clue, they are still too buddy buddy with their previous clubs and pals with players to say it how it is. I really think we are going to have a good season this year. Yeah we probally are underdogs today , n rightly so , but feel we can get a point. Come on the Toon Army!!!!!!1


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