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Manchester United is as follows: I am confident that we will do business.

After another boring international break, I am now turning my attention to Manchester United’s upcoming visit to St James’ Park, Newcastle United’s next opponent.

Just five weeks after our loss in the Carabao Cup final, we have a chance to take down these overrated prima donnas and get our revenge.

Marcus Rashford, suddenly great again in the eyes of the glory hunters, will rejoin their ranks, his big toe itching to leave after a nice spring break in New York City.

I hope Erik Ten Hag comes out with more ‘Fergie-isms’ in the days to come as well.

Now he’s starting to look and sound like the guy these spoiled brats have been craving and searching for, ever since Ferguson stepped down a decade ago.

Another player I’ll mention, who will no doubt be up to all his usual antics next Sunday, is the irritating and annoying Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes.

He struts around permanently with a face like a well-beaten butt, constantly berating the officers, and I want to see him regularly and legally put on his jacksie by our Bruno.

Their own Brazilian talisman Casemiro is suspended after another red card, and this could well tip the scales in our favour.

I’m pretty sure ten Hag would take a point now, if offered.

A win will take us past Manchester United to third in the Premier League.

I trust that we will do the business.

I remember back in 1987 when a Glenn Roeder and Paul Goddard inspired Toon beat the Red Mancs to help avoid relegation.

I remember ‘Howay 5 0’ in 1996.

I remember the Big Dunc scream in 2000.

I remember the 4-3 of 2001.

I remember Demba Ba and 3-0 in 2012.

And I also remember Matty Longstaff bagging the winner at Gallowgate a couple of seasons ago.

These results were achieved against much better Manchester United teams than the current one.

It’s time to put this horrible club aside once again.

This would be a massive statement, with only eleven games left to play.

It will also be another kick at the Henry Halls for them during this ‘Fakeover’ fiasco that is currently going on at Old Trafford.

The Glazers are doing a good job of shackling this mob and for some extra comedy value we have an Arabian prince who bears an uncanny resemblance to Chevy Chase, supposedly bidding on the club.

Let’s send this bunch of whining hypocrites back over the Tyne Bridge and then across the Pennines with their tails well and truly tucked between their legs next Sunday night.



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