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Newcastle United: Fans left furious over fresh comments

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A large number of Newcastle United fans have vented their frustrations on Twitter after comments emerged regarding the club’s recent Premier League postponement. 

It was announced on Tuesday night the Toon’s next top-flight clash would not be going ahead with a number of positive virus results and injuries to their name.

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And the update came just a matter of days ahead of their scheduled clash against Southampton, which is now under serious doubt – leaving Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl far from impressed.

With Eddie Howe suffering injury blows to Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin on Monday, Hasenhuttl had the following to say:

“They [Newcastle] had seven or eight players on the bench during their last game, and now they have two more injuries. They should still have 13 players plus one [goalkeeper]. This is the message from the Premier League,” he said.

Newcastle fans reacted to his comments online.

What did these Newcastle fans have to say?

“Cry more. Just Newcastle that aren’t allowed to postpone games then?”

“It’s mad how we were one of the only clubs to not get postponed and now we have it’s an issue”
“Stop your whining man. Every club is at it and we have played more than most”
Two of the subs aren’t senior players who’ve played a game. We picked up three injuries and the left back is suspended. You do the math triggered boy. Literally the only club where its publicly known for a fact they don’t have a squad available. Out of all 20. Hilarious.’
The man is a disgrace, who is he to say who we have available, it’s nothing to do with him it’s not even the Southampton game!  If he wants to call the club liars then don’t beat around the bush Ralf, coward.”
“Manquillo got a yellow in 95plus minutes which suspended him hahaha cry more”
“This the same guy who said the break helped them beat West Ham yeah? All in it for themselves and no one else simple as that. If it goes their way they are happy if it doesn’t they are furious. Pathetic”

Despite an impressive display against Manchester United on Monday, Howe’s side still remain in the bottom three of the Premier League table and will likely be without Wilson for a while.

However, if the game on the weekend is to be postponed, it could lessen the blow of losing Wilson to injury, as it would put Newcastle out of league action until the middle of January.

And with the transfer window opening in a matter of days and a striker reportedly on Howe’s list, it is not surprising these fans want to see the trip to the south coast postponed.

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