The Day Football Died

The Day Football Died

The Day Football Died

The Day Football Died – The death has occurred peacefully of our beloved football, due to greed, on the 7th of October 2021. That’s how the immenent statement from Newcastle feels and should be worded.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think for one second that this means we, the mighty LFC, won’t be competing for silverware, we will. Its just gonna be tougher!

So you probably wonder why I’ve called this Article ‘The Day Football Died’, and it’s a fairly simple answer. Football in essence belongs to all fans, not the owners of these clubs. Without us, there is no football, as there wouldn’t be any money within the game.

Newcastle are already a big enough club, with what I thought were knowledgeable fans, who all cared as we do, about the heart and soul of their club. We had a state try and purchase us too, but we said no, I can’t say why we said no exactly, but I’m confident that human rights violations and the fact that the club would literally just be a cash dump had a huge role to play.

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As far as I’m concerned, the Newcastle fan base sold their souls to literally the devil. They completely threw their morals and principles out the window and I feel they’ve now lost any respect from a vast swathe of rival football fans. They’ve sold their child so they can have a hotter wife.

This is what our fans have been asking for, and I honestly can’t understand why! Is it that the younger generation of fans don’t care about history or the moral codes of our club? Our fans actually actively seek out owners like the Saudis of Newcastle. The same people that treat their African and Asian labourers as slaves. Workers die, are over worked and underpaid. They’re punished with sticks and beatings for not hitting the daily quotas of work, so many have died and never returned home to their families.

They’ve also been stealing pl coverage from BEIN Sport for 10 years and illegally streaming it to their citizens, so literally, they’ve been taking money out of our club and the PL, but yet they seem to be allowed to own a club. And this is what some fans want for us! Well, I say, No Thanks.

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The Day Football Died

By 2023, Newcastle should and will be competing at the top, and all our fans will still be shouting for new owners and spouting the same fabricated nonsense about fsg taking money out of our club, but we’ll still be up there and winning, we’ve been too well run for that not to happen.

The Day Football Died

So although I feel the heart and soul of the beautiful game has been ripped out and stamped on by an elephant, I don’t for one second believe the sensationalist nonsense I’ve seen reported here and on other publications, saying we won’t even be competing for top 4.thats utter bullshit and I expect our users and fans to have more sense than to believe nonsense like that.

It’s a sad day for our sport, and the death of clubs and her fans being as one, but it won’t stop the big red freight train called LFC from trundelling on and smashing all in our path, but it is gonna be harder.

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The Day Football Died

Keep those heads up and don’t lose that belief we’ve been famous for having over the last 30 years. Just remember that our club has a heart and soul and that means more and has more value than many realise, it makes people want to be a red. Look at City, money hasn’t bought them fans or made winning anything a certainty.

We’ll focus on us.

The Day Football Died

The Day Football Died