Yellow clad all over!
Anybody at Crystal Palace on Saturday must have thought that the Eagles would have served up a bit more of a challenge than they did at Selhurst Park as Newcastle's Championship road show reached sunny Croydon.
No doubt Palace were fired up by Neil Warnock as they walked out to Glad All Over with the Selhurst faithful also seemingly up for the challenge.
But it was a case of yellow clad all over Selhurst Park within 30 minutes of this game with Newcastle looking dangerous each and every time they ventured forward against Warnock's troops.
Kevin Nolan and Ryan Taylor's first Toon goals provided the lead and set up a great away win.
Newcastle should really have filled their boots in the second half and could have made it an even more convincing scoreline by the end.
And even though Palace fans will argue they did have their moments with Stevie Harper pulling off some vital saves, Newcastle were still great value for their money.
Once again the loyal fans who made the trip to Selhurst to watch their side from the Arthur Waite Stand backed their side to the hilt and won't have any complaints about what they witnessed in south London.
Yes it is early doors in the 2009/10 season and there is a long way to go.
The state of the paper thin squad is also worrying and United are still lacking the numbers.
But in assessing United on the basis of their latest performance most fans accepted it was a case of "give credit where it's due" and with Newcastle playing so well there are even utterings from the dressing room to give Chris Hughton the job on a full-time basis.
And in Newcastle as we all know - anything is possible.