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    Can it get any worse for Newcastle United? Of course it can.....

    Newcastle United's new away kit... and the worst football kits ever - mirror.co.uk



    If Newcastle’s new away kit is a reflection of their form last season, then it’s absolutely spot on.

    This ‘terrible’ new strip, modelled above by Steven Taylor, will make the Toon Army look like a gang of lemon sherbets every time they step out in it next season.



    Ive purposely not included the photo of the kit as small children and those with a weak stomach may have found it upsetting.
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    It's a bit like a photo negative of Hull city.

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    Won't be seen on prime time much so they should get away with it.

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    It's not that bad.

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    Sorry to disagree but i think it is. It lookes washed out instaed of the aggressive black and white.
    If they look pale and washed out that will give the opposition an edge.
    can't see it being used much though. WŁho else plays in magpie colours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    It's a bit like a photo negative of Hull city.
    what do you know about football ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    WŁho else plays in magpie colours?
    West Brom's is black and white striped, theres a few other stripey ones as well.

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    ^ Notts County

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    ^
    Thats who Juventus based they kit on.

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    I can't see them wearing it that much and it's not the worst I've seen.

    Nothing beats my teams kit in the 70's.



    That is shit

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    80's Scunthorpe kit. Camper than a row of tents.

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    Very camp - pleasure island as a sponser ain't helping

    check this from Hull


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Brown View Post
    I can't see them wearing it that much and it's not the worst I've seen.

    Nothing beats my teams kit in the 70's.



    That is shit
    You're from Coventry them Mr B?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Brown View Post
    Very camp - pleasure island as a sponser ain't helping

    check this from Hull

    Thats a beauty

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    A leopardskin kit and doing the "Im a little teapot" stance. Coooooeeeeeee!

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    ^^^^

    Just outside in between Brum and Coventry

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy View Post
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    Thats who Juventus based they kit on.
    Yes, that's true.

    Grimsby play in black and white stripes too.

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    Will Grimsby and notts county be playing in the championship next season?

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    Stolen from the bbc but it tickled me.

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    I used to look up to the BBC now i know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Brown View Post
    ^^^^

    Just outside in between Brum and Coventry
    Treacle Town?

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    ^ Um.... Alcester

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Brown View Post
    ^ Um.... Alcester
    Ha ha fair enough.

    Thought you were one of our white socks wearing inbred neighbours from Nuneaton for a minute.

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    ^ do you know it? I'll be in town for the Coventry v Ipswich next week. If you don't where tracksuits I'll meet you for a beer.

    Newcastle plumb new depths with shocking 6-1 defeat to Leyton Orient

    Newcastle reached a new low on Saturday night as League One side Leyton Orient inflicted a humiliating 6-1 defeat on the Tyneside club at Brisbane Road.



    By Cameron Macphail
    Published: 9:56PM BST 25 Jul 2009


    Orient opened their account after four minutes when Jimmy Smith took advantage of poor marking to head home from Sean Thornton's free kick.
    After 23 minutes Habib Beye conceded a penalty for handball and former Sunderland player Thornton converted from the penalty spot.


    Midfielder Joey Barton got a goal back for Newcastle from the penalty spot on the half hour but Orient restored their two-goal cushion after half-time when Scott McGleish scored a spectacular overhead kick from the edge of the area.
    Tamika Mkandawire made it four before substitutes Ryan Jarvis and Harry Baker compounded Newcastle's humiliation with two late goals.
    As Ryan Jarvis hit Orient’s fifth the 1,700 or so Newcastle fans were singing: ‘Stand up if you hate Ashley,’ and ‘There’s only one Alan Shearer.’ The defeat comes with the question of who will manage Newcastle in the Championship next season still up in the air with Alan Shearer still thought to have his eyes on the role.
    Beleaguered caretaker manager Chris Hughton said after the match: "We didn’t win and we didn’t perform. There are ups and downs in football and this was very much a down."
    He added: "This is a loss in a pre-season programme that has gone well so far.
    "It's what we expect in a pre-season period. Come August 8th, this group of lads will be all right. I'm happy with these players."
    Newcastle defender Jose Enrique said: "The situation is bad in the club but that was no excuse."
    The defeat follows Newcastle's 1-0 win at Huddersfield Town which ended in a 20-man brawl including players and coaches.

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