Cockney in the Toon.

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Excuse me mate, could you show me
The way to the ‘Sports Direct Arena’
I’m from down the smoke you see
And I’ve never ever been there.
My big pal Mikey went and bought it
Then cor blimey changed It’s name
Mike’s a diamond cockney geezer
Who would put ‘Del Boy’ to shame.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Well ah div’int knaa what yer on aboot
There’s nee such place aroond here
Why not ask at ‘The Strawbwerry’
They might treat you to a beer.
And see that big lad ower there
He took the letters doon
And he still carry’s the crowbar with him
For protection aroond the toon.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 So if ah was yee, what I’d dee
Ah would jump straight back on that train
And div’int ask nee body else
Or yee might not be seen again.



Pulling the name St James’ Park down with a crowbar on one of the toons busiest streets in broad daylight is a reminder the contempt the owner has for the History, and the fans of NUFC.

But if you can’t laugh supporting Newcastle, then you would cry.
ST JAMES’ PARK……..Forever.

Source: https://footballpoets.org/poems/cockney-in-the-toon/