We don't do quiet days in Newcastle do we?
Just another quiet day then?
Confirmation that Jonathan Woodgate snubbed Newcastle, a new director of football and the fact that bail conditions now allow Joey Barton to sit on the bench at the Emirates Stadium.
I know the phrase "never a dull moment" is used in Newcastle a lot but this takes the biscuit!
And it all comes ahead of the trip to North London for a second time in four days for the by now knackered and probably skint Toon Army.
But that still won't stop them backing their side to the hilt at the fortress that is the Emirates Stadium.
Despite the defeat the Toon players kept their heads up in the mixed zone area of Arsenal's super home and for most fans just a repeat of the first half over the full 90 minutes will probably make for an acceptable performance with perhaps a goal or two chucked in.
Anything more than defeat would be most welcome indeed.
But thoughts of victory are beyond most people's wildest dreams.
KK, however, is a wild dream specialist and he'll be demanding the same if not more from his side.
Rumours that Keegan's team talk consisted of "just go out and pass the ball better than they do" was doing the rounds after Arsenal was rife.
But what's so bad with that?
In my humble opinion players under Big Sam looked dizzy with what can only be described as an information overload.
If it wasn't Pro-Zone, it was walkie-talkies in the dug-out to put the fear of God up some players and if it wasn't eating your pre-match meal two hours before one team-mate and 45 minutes after another it was making sure you had your ice bath on time straight after the game.
Now at least United's players are thinking once again about pulling on the black and white jersey and performing for the fans.
That surely will help lead to three points.
As for Woodgate? Well what can you say?
He's been here before and had injury problems and a team that are streets ahead of us at the moment are dangling the chance of European football in front of him.
Spurs are in the Carling Cup final at Wembley, he can play, so it isn't a big surprise.
To us playing for Newcastle United is a major, major thing to a Teesside guy who has been playing for Boro it's not such a big thing.
I'm sure most of the Toon Army have nothing much to get over on this one.
But for now the main focus is on Arsenal again and perhaps a chance for Newcastle to make another small step to getting back to what we know.
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