We all sing together
For years Newcastle United fans craved some kind of section where they could let off steam in an area of the ground where everybody wanted to do the same thing.
And now largely due to Chris Mort, they've got one.
Since St James's Park was rebuilt from the crumbling concrete mess - before Kevin Keegan took United into the promised land of the Premier League - it's no secret that we've still had some of the best atmospheres of all in both the top flight and in Europe.
The list of crackling atmospheres that have scared the opposition to death is still long when it comes to the black and white army whipping their team into a frenzy.
Now though the singing section that will be appearing in Level 7 of the Leazes End corner from next year can only be good news for the club.
True, fans up there seem a million miles away from the pitch in terms of vision.
But in terms of noise, well, even some of our greatest rivals (given that they will fill the old away section) have proved that you can be heard even from the dugout.
Therefore the coming together of those who want to sing their hearts oot for the lads is a real feather in the cap for the atmosphere.
In fact the news about season tickets was good news all round for most fans.
Indeed, a cheaper and extended family enclosure and a three year price freeze for those willing or able to sign up for it, will offer reductions.
This is far from an advertisement for the club.
But given that the previous regime seemingly had little or no time for fans' opinions, the first full term of Mike Ashley and Chris Mort has repaired damage that was in danger of driving some fans away for good.
It's a great start to the season but now we wait with great anticipation as to who United will sign first.
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