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Newcastle United: Many Newcastle fans react to first half v Crystal Palace

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Plenty of Newcastle fans were quick to offer their thoughts ion social media as they flooded Twitter in the wake of the first half of Newcastle’s game against Crystal Palace.

Newcastle find themselves level at the break and interim manager Graeme Jones will surely be keen to reinvigorating his side ahead of a testing second half to come.

There were a few stop-start moments from intense physical clashes and near-chances for both sides.

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Indeed, many Newcastle fans were quick to take to social media as they took to Twitter to have their say on the first-half performance of their beloved team.

What have some Newcastle fans been saying?

“Feels like today is the first time I can watch/support Newcastle start to finish without any sour feeling, #freshstart

@juniorstanbrook

“Has anyone ever kicked a Newcastle player in the head and actually received a red card?”

@AddingRandomWit

“Wow the away end at Selhurst Park looks like a scene from Football Factory. All stone islands with the odd Toon shirt. #nufc

@bethnufc3

“Didn’t think it was possible but Newcastle may look even worse without Bruce?”

@motorcity2mo

“Formation not working sadly. ASM should be wide left”

@danwearmouth

“Can’t shout Bruce Out anymore. Is it possible to sack a stand in manager? Newcastle playing worse than ever”

@garyhayles85

“We’re gonna be relegated by December if this isn’t rectified soon. Horrible yet again.”

@ToonMouthTyne

Palace have been impressive and unbeaten at home and Jones is on the cusp of seeing his side extending that run.

No two games of football are the same and a feeling that a big forty-five minutes are coming up for Jones’ side lingers.

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