A famous victory (actually no, it’s just a draw)

Yesterday Newcastle United, tossed about on the waves of unpredictable actions by a mercurial owner, seemed to be facing almost total humiliation. It was a home game in front of over 51,000 die-hard Geordie supporters, and the visiting opponents were Premier League title chasing Arsenal. At half time Newcastle were 0-4 down, and disaster seemed certain. Then, somehow, they managed to score 4 goals of their own in the second half and got back on level terms. It is not really possible to do justice to the sheer drama of the game, which afterwards was immediately labelled by various sports commentators as the best Premier League game ever.

Maybe the loss of star striker Any Carroll to Liverpool is not so disastrous after all. But then again, when it’s Newcastle you never know what is going to happen next week.

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One Comment on “A famous victory (actually no, it’s just a draw)”

  1. anna notaro Says:

    “But then again, when it’s Newcastle you never know what is going to happen next week” and this is exactly what keeps us *hooked* to the beautiful game, in spite of (often) dodgy deals and footballers behaving like capricious celebrities, something magical and unexpected can always happen every week..


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