Newcastle United’s Twitter Trolls Fans over New Kit Lauch

Newcastle fans

The Newcastle United Twitter account came under scruity this morning, seeming to troll their fans by telling them to ‘form an orderly queue’ for the new 2019/2- Newcastle home shirt.

The caption was following by a face palm emoji suggesting the person running the account was all too aware that there would be no queue to buy the shirt, or even nobody buying the shirt at all.

The launch comes on the day that former manager Rafael Benitez released a statement saying he didn’t feel the club shared his vision for the football club, and that was the main reason for him leaving his post.


Newcastle Launch 2019/20 Kit with Bizarre Tweet Caption

The ‘form an orderly queue’ caption has caused some laughter amongst Newcastle fans – but the overriding emotion around St James’ Park is anger after they failed to keep hold of Benitez and everybody in the North East is united in their hatred of Mike Ashley.

The owner refused to put any real money into the club and the fans think he is bleeding both the club and the fans. People have been talking about cancelling their season tickets as a protest and if the right manager isn’t found, there could be more protests for their first home game of the 2019/20 season.


Newcastle fans react to new home shirt reveal:


Newcastle 2019/20 Kit Launch Tweet

Just in case Mike Ashley gets his eyes on the Tweet and orders it to be taken down, we’ve put the screenshot below.

Newcastle kit launch Tweet

[frontpage_news widget=”51732″ name=”Latest Bookmaker Reviews – June 2019″]

Relevant news

Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets

Claim HereClaim Here
Min deposit requirement. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits and are available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits and T&Cs apply. Registration required.