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Newcastle United fan goes viral with catchy song to celebrate new signing

A Newcastle supporter has gone viral after making a song to celebrate his club making a new signing.

The Magpies fan, Dan Metcalf, was so happy with the signing of Salomon Rondon on loan from West Bromwich Albion a few days ago, that he recorded himself with his rendition along to the tune of George Ezra’s ‘Shotgun’ for the new man.

Check out the video being seen by thousands below…

Made a silly song on my drive home!

Hope you have a little laugh at it!

For the record…Venezuela…North of the Equator 🤦🏻‍♂️

Howay the lads!

Posted by Dan M Calf on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

 

In the song, the fan says about the lack of investment that there has been at the club this summer.

Concerns are increasingly growing on Rafa Benitez’s future. The Spanish coach has just one year remaining on his contract, but a lack of new signings because of Mike Ashley has seen the emergence of protest group @IfRafaGoesWeGo which aims to bring Magpies fans together to boycott the club if Benitez leaves.

Talking in the Chronicle, Benitez said that with other clubs spending money and bringing in new players, Newcastle’s aim would be to stay in the Premier League.

He has also reportedly rejected two recent offers for contract extensions, as the club hasn’t answered his questions about the way the club is being run, or given him assurances over investment for the future.

Incredibly, supporters that have used the #IfRafaGoesWeGo hashtag on social media site Twitter have been getting blocked by Mike Ashley’s Sport Direct. The protest group and hashtag has also caught they eyes and support from their biggest fans Ant & Dec.

 

It’s easy to see why fans are relieved with any signing the club do make. They have been linked with a few players on Deadline Day today, but fans wouldn’t be surprised if the were no announcements today come out of the club.

Check out the social media reaction to the Newcastle fan’s video on the next page.

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