Thursday, May 27, 2010

Insert your own "people posing as professional footballers for the Mackems" joke here...

I suppose if this was going to happen anywhere, it was most likely to be in the official Facebook capital of the UK. The warning, basically, is that if you get a message from David Bardsley asking if you want to see his puppies, it's best not to reply.

What with first suffering from paranoid delusions about being pursued and now having their identity stolen, the Mackems' players appear to have found themselves in some kind of Hollywood espionage thriller...
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14 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Superb article. Of Shakespearian proportions.

12:56 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lee Clarke and Michael Chopra spring to mind

1:19 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a crock of crap this site is.

1:25 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

Not entirely sure what "Shakespearian proportions" are, but I'll take it as a compliment. Neither am I sure who this "Lee Clarke" is - presumably not the Lee Clark who played very well for you before wearing his Sad Mackem Bastards T-shirt in the Toon end at the 1999 FA Cup final...

2:23 am  
Blogger RaichCarter said...

I wondered how long the sad Geordies would take to jump on this story. Still, we'll let them have their little chuckle, after all they have little else to chuckle about.

2:12 pm  
Blogger RaichCarter said...

Ben, signing any big names for the coming season ? (lol) or has Fat Mike hidden his wallet (again) lol. No money = relegation pal, better accept it now. I just can't stand seeing grown Geordies crying in the street (NOT). Thanks for the 6 points (in anticipation) LOL

2:23 pm  
OpenID jgnabrown said...

...Dirty Mackems...Dirty Monkey Makems...Dirty Mackems...Your from Sunderland...

5:08 am  
Blogger RaichCarter said...

LOL, is that the best you can come up with. Question : how do you pacify a Geordie ? Answer : waft a Gregg's pasty under his nose, lol.

8:54 pm  
Blogger RaichCarter said...

Big bellied pasty bashers, lol, it's the Geordies.

8:58 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not entirely sure what "Shakespearian proportions" are,
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Well considering you masquerde as some sort of writer/journalist then you shold hang your head in shame.

I've supported Newcastle all of my life and I cringe reading things like this written to represent our club. If this is the only kind of one upmanship we are capable of over Sunderland nowadays then they really have left us trailing in their wake.

And jgnabrown, you're clearly in no position to be having a go at anybody else.

11:39 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you honestly read this article and think it was any good!?

You would look out of place in the Daily Star with articles as pathetic as this.

And how the hell do you not know what the above poster means by Shakesperian proportions? Are you abit mince?

12:17 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

Sorry, hit a nerve did I, lads? Interesting to see there's been a sense of humour bypass down your way. Just a bit of harmless banter - and let's face it, if the boot had been on the other foot you'd have enjoyed sticking it into us.

10:38 pm  
Blogger RaichCarter said...

Ben, as one of your comrades in arms has stated. We have left you lot behind, Sunderland are a thousand light years better than Newcastle, on and off the field of play. We will be even stronger next season while your 'arse hanging out of trouser' brigade will be hawking themselves for any cast off wooden leg or cap in hand loan deal. Like most Mags, you have no style, else you would'nt have embarrassed yourself by poking fun at what a lot of people see as a serious problem. I hope you manage by some miracle to stay up, it's nice to have a guaranteed 6 points in the bag.

12:44 am  
Blogger Ben said...

Thanks for dropping by and all that, but if I was you, I wouldn't be wasting my time cruising blogs written by fans of your rivals to leave pompous, humourless guff like the above - why not just enjoy your brief spell in the sun while it lasts?

12:48 pm  

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