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Newcastle United vs Bournemouth

St James’ Park, Saturday 4th November 3.00pm

 

The Cherries travel up to St James’ Park this Saturday for an afternoon 3pm kickoff.   Bournemouth find themselves down the business end of the table, while Newcastle are of to a flying start, much higher up than expected.

Last time these two teams met we lost 3-1.  It’s safe to say here at Nights Out In Newcastle we don’t want a repeat result but does it likely?   Well every pundit across the land will be voicing their option but if it’s in-depth expert football expertise you want you are not in the right place.  What we do know is entertainment though! So whether you are from the North East or South Coast we have everything you need for a great day out.

So check out our brand new Match Day Guide.  

Jam packed full of helpful information, a map of the ground, travel links and where to go for food and drink.  

We know it is all to hard for all those travelling fans to get around in Night Out In Newcastle, so we’ve included our handy Geordie Translator.  No guide to Newcastle would be complete without it to help you avoid any confusing conversations when your trying to find the nearest kebab shop!  So here is a few commonly used sayings you’ll need to get to grasp with:

 

Howay, Man – probably the most used and well known this simply means come on or hurry up.  Howay, man! Wha ye doing?’

Gan – go

Doon – down

Toon – Newcastle.  ‘I’m gannin doon the toon’.

Mortal – drunk.  ‘I was completely frickin mortal last meet!’

Paggered – very tired. ‘I’m completely paggered the neet.”

Tash On – to kiss someone.  Howay, Man! I’m trying to get me Tash On with this lass!’

Gadgie – a man.  ‘What’s that Gadgie over there dooin?’

Radgie – bad tempered person .  ‘Watch out for that Radgie Gadgie.

Workyticket – someone being mischievous or annoying on purpose.  ‘That gadgie is a reet workyticket.’

Hacky – dirty look.  ‘That gadgie is givin me reet hackies.’ 

Scran – food.  ‘Proper in the mood for some scran now.’

Monkeys Blood – The raspberry/strawberry sauce on an ice cream (probably the one that takes even the most of acclimatised people by surprise). ‘Can I have monkey’s blood on me cornet?’

Netty – the toilet.  ‘Whees in the netty.’

 

So night out aside what can we expect from the game?  Well we think goals, our prediction is Newcastle to romp it with an impressive 3-0 win.  But then what do we know?  Either way, whoever you support we hope you have a great time (and Newcastle win! Of Course).

Think you know the score?  Let us here your prediction, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates, option and more.  Use our hashtag #NightsOutInNewcastle to share your nights out, photos and banter.

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