Prankster turns off TVs showing Newcastle vs Man Utd in St James’ Park concourse to leave fans fuming

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Prankster turns off TVs showing Newcastle vs Man Utd in St James' Park concourse to leave fans fuming

A CHEEKY Newcastle United fan appeared to laugh at the expense of his fellow supporters on Monday.

Manchester United, despite being the overwhelming favourites, threatened to relegate Newcastle to St James’s Park.

A Newcastle fan slams fellow supporters during Man Utd clash

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A Newcastle fan slams fellow supporters during Man Utd clashcredit: twitter
The cheeky punter brought his remote and turned off the Concourse TV

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The cheeky punter brought his remote and turned off the Concourse TVcredit: twitter

Alain Saint-Maximin gave Toon the lead after just seven minutes but Edinson Cavani saved a point for the visitors.

Newcastle were undoubtedly the side that deserved to take all the points, but they were unable to find a late winner, despite the roar of the crowded crowd.

However, despite winning only once in the Premier League throughout the season, some Geordi fans were unable to distance themselves from the action, despite giving up their seats.

Well… that was until a mischievous prankster put their night down.

A funny clip has now surfaced of supporters standing in the House of St. James during the final phase of the struggle, watching the closing stages on TV.

No doubt trying to beat the traffic on match day, the cunning members of the Toon Army thought they could see the last seconds before making a dash for the car.

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But somehow a fan managed to get hold of a remote that worked for Concourse TV, and they were filmed with the TV turned off as others watched.

And his actions were met with overwhelming dismay as the roar of hatred grew as each tele closed – much to the Joker’s amusement.

Now supporters will have to wait until Sunday to see their team back in action when they travel to Southampton.

It was called off after the Magpies were left with only eleven senior players for a game after tonight’s love match at Everton.

It has been postponed due to a combination of positive coronavirus test results and injuries.

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