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Sunderland Survive, Newcastle Down....

Sunderland Survive, Newcastle Down....

Damien Duff will be given the keys to the city of Sunderland, as his own goal was has meant Newcastle have been relegated from the Premier League, meaning Sunderland and Hull survive!

Despite a 3-2 Defeat ar home to Chelsea, that result became irrelevent as Newcastle's defeat at Villa means Newcastle are relegated from the Premier League.

Agent Mike Ashley has completed his job of turning Newcastle into a laughing stock, he will be greeted with a heroes welcome when he finally comes out to the media and lets everyone know he is a Sunderland fan.

The day of celebrations has just started for Sunderland fans all over the world, whilst the sight of fat topless crying geordies is one which will take a long time to be forgetton.

Ha'way the Lads!

Final League Table:
16. Sunderland (36 points)
17. Hull (35 points)
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18. Newcastle (34 points)
19. Middlesbrough (32 points)



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Writer:Michael Coverdale
Date:Sunday May 24 2009
Time: 6:07PM

Comments

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that's it - rub it in why don't yer!
merlin
24/05/2009 19:22:00
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Really pleased for you guys. You were definitely the best away fans we had at Fratton Park but - sorry - we needed them 3 points off you but glad to see it didn't really matter apart from the extra squeaky bum time. Time for one last chorus of "Cheer up Alan Shearer" together...!
hammersmithblue
24/05/2009 21:36:00
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Ah,you're gonna miss the derby games next season though!Not even Boro to play against!
CoxintheBox
25/05/2009 14:10:00
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well done, and i must say as a neutral it was right to see you stay up and Newcastle go down. they were shocking all season long, and when you look at some of the names there they really haven't any excuse.
RadioactiveD
26/05/2009 22:07:00
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