There were chants in support of manager Rafa Benitez and an incredible Wor Flags banner in the Gallowgate End.
One ray of sunshine though has threatened to banish the rainy days that surrounded us under Ashley and even with the danger of storm clouds looming in the distance, these have been kept at bay by the growing proof that Rafa Benitez's project does look like it has the potential to bear fruit.
"Then my people have to talk with (managing director) Lee Charnley and see how they progress".
"I was really proud of that", said Benitez.
"[I'm] really proud of that [fans singing his name] but especially because of the team - you can not sing the name of the manager when the team are doing that".
This is something we've mentioned before on here and tomorrow for the final game of the season at home to Chelsea, "Wor Flags' latest display promises to be one of the biggest yet".
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"For me, the key has been the unity, togetherness between fans, players, staff, everyone, and the work-rate of this group of players". Since he has been here he has transformed the club and city, it would be silly for us not to keep him happy and let him have what he wants. At the beginning, we were thinking that the target was to stay up, and I can read about a lot of managers now saying, "Great because we are safe", but we were safe five games before, so that is incredible. What I would like is to be sure that the team is able to compete to finish above tenth'. "Have a great summer!" "Whoever he decides to go for, it's up to him and congratulations to the players who do go".
Despite the fact his own future at St James' Park is in doubt as his representatives discuss a contract extension, the manager is already planning for the new campaign and is keen to retain the services of his 24-year-old captain.
"I would like to thank Rafa Benitez for his magnificent achievement this season", the statement read.
"On many occasions throughout the season they have been described as a Championship side, which I personally consider to be derogatory".
Christian Atsu and Ciaran Clark are both ruled out through injury, loan striker Islam Slimani is suspended and winger Kenedy has played his final game of his temporary spell on Tyneside, unable to feature against his parent side. They're tied with three other teams on 41-points, meaning they have a fight on their hands to secure a top-half finish. "I'm sure we can do better".
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