From here, they have quotes made by the 31-year-old to the Press Association about the Toon’s abject defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.
This has drawn the attention of these Newcastle fans who are concerned.
“Outrageous. Why weren’t they up for it?!?!”
“The is the most inexcusable thing play badly and lose that happens To not be “up for it” is unprofessional and insulting to the supporters”
“On thousands per week, absolutely disgraceful to come out with this statement and had the cheek to imply the football in the preceding weeks was better !”
Do you think this is worrying?
Yes, the players have given up
No, it was just a bad day
After the match, it was revealed that Mike Ashley decided to stick by Steve Bruce and not sack him, which reportedly left some players pretty stunned, and they requested a meeting with Lee Charnley.
This post continued to draw in many Toon fans.
“That’s damning that, mind”
“That should send panic raging through Ashley, Bruce et al, but you just know it won’t.”
Newcastle are in deep relegation trouble and have won just two games since the 12th of December, and now it seems as if the players weren’t even motivated to play in that game against Brighton, so we can see why these Newcastle fans are so concerned.