Date: 28th April 2013 at 12:31pm
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Avoiding the TV or Internet and looking out the window, it’s as if the world is still turning normally.

The birds are still singing, alright the sun isn’t shining today but that can be considered the norm up here, kids are still playing out in the street and old ladies are still gossiping on the street corners.

Forgive me from coming from the pitch fork, torch and baying mob era but ive witnessed managers hounded out for less and I could provide a list as long as your arm. Jack Charlton and Ruud Gullit off the top of my head but it’s the complete lack of real voice that’s concerning at present with the shambles we have laid out in front of us.

The internet is classed as a cyber world but it’s a world where we all seem to be airing our grievances and that’s so simple to ignore by just pressing a button.

Turning up at the match or voicing disappointments in the flesh is always gonna be something that can’t be ignored, so why isn’t there this massive kick off?

Where is it?

Has the likes of big brother etc stopped us from giving an opinion of free speech?

If we’re not happy with a product, we are entitled by law for a refund or at least get it sorted, so why doesn’t this apply to NUFC?

As long as there’s nobody being vocal then things wont change, there’s nee pressure.