True Geordie loses it with McClaren and Cisse after West Ham defeat

Newcastle find themselves bottom of the Premier League table following a lack lustre display last night during their 2-0 defeat against West Ham.

Whilst the team’s failure to secure any points at Upton Park will undoubtedly be the cause of disappointment amongst Newcastle fans, the way the team played will be of far greater concern. After last night’s performance it looks as though the team is right back to where it was towards the end of last season under the control of John Carver, despite spending around £5omillion over the summer.

The True Geordie has released his analysis of the game on his YouTube channel and he is not happy, particularly with Steve McClaren and Papiss Cisse.

Despite a very poor opening 45 minutes, the Newcastle boss failed to make any changes during the half time break, which was a shocking decision according to the True Geordie and we guess he is not the only one who will be critical of Steve McClaren’s lack of action. At that time Newcastle were only 1-0 down and there should have been hope of a come-back in the second period of the game. These hopes were all but gone shortly after the re-start as West Ham scored again.



Cisse had an extremely poor game – which didn’t go unnoticed by the popular YouTuber.

The True Geordie gave Cisse the title of ‘Tw*t of the Match’ and said ‘he wouldn’t wish him on Sunderland’

Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section underneath.

Click here to see what Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville think about the current situation at Newcastle.




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