"Newcastle United fans group plan huge anti-Alan Pardew protest on Saturday." Whenever there's an incident of Newcastle supporters jumping around for the TV cameras, and making themselves the centre of media attention, we're always told by Mags that it's 'just a handful of idiots' or that they don't even support the club at all ...... whether it's rioting in the streets, parading Cockney Mafia banners inside the ground, performing mock funerals or just dancing around SJP with 'boycout bedsheets' they never miss a chance to embarrass themselves and their club. Do they really believe that this constant buffoonery is likely to attract a credible manager or new owner? http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/spor...ews/newcastle-united-fans-group-plan-7781326? "A group of Newcastle United supporters are planning what could be one of English football’s biggest ever fan protests during Saturday’s Premier League match against Hull City. The people behind the website SackPardew.com claim they have 200 anti-Alan Pardew banners and up to 15,000 A4-sized cards, which demand the manager lose his job. And they will be taken into St James’ Park this weekend with or without the club’s permission. They also have a protest van that will tour some of the area’s most famous landmarks, including the Angel of the North, before the match." This is a typical response from someone on the Chronicle's comments page who claims he is 'The Voice of Reason' ..... ...... "loads of managers would be queueing up for the job. Loadsamoney and status - as well as the opportunity to make a name for themselves. And virtually nobody could do a worse job than Pards." Loads of money, loads of status???? And they say they're definitely not deluded.