Date: 10th December 2012 at 1:39pm
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The news greeted us earlier that Alan Pardew was sick of his tactics being rumbled by opposition members, so has taken to erecting boards around the training pitches at Benton to combat this.

Firstly, the long ball forward will be seen over the top of the mentioned boards and secondly, for those that have already watched us this season, they will have seen that we are so predictable that we don’t warrant a private viewing from behind a bush or up a tree.

One can only presume that AP is starting to feel the pressure of the job or he has finally changed that daft tactic of aiming every ball possible towards the head of Mike Williamson to knock down.

Also that tactic of nigh on three hundred corners without creating a goal needs no working out as to why it has clearly failed either.

That old adage of try, try and try again, clearly wasn’t aimed at us unless you added another two hundred and odd (try’s) in that sentence.

We wait to see what wonders will be unveiled later.