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Are mass walkouts now the only way? ANDREW FOWLER answers your letters, emails and messages.

WELL done guys, my last game was Swansea.

I won't be back until they have all gone even if we stay up and Mike Ashley spends PS100million (yeah right!!).

It would only take the following season to sell our performers and gain the millions back and then we're back here again.

Personally I think we are down - there's more fight in teams like Burnley and QPR than us.

To be honest if 47,000 fans aren't already enough for them, which is still as much as Liverpool Chelsea, Spurs and Man City, to help them, we will probably need at least a 300,000-seater stadium to get that team motivated and even then it would be a struggle.

Bowness, Via ChronicleLive ANDREW SAYS: It's, sadly, a recurring theme that fans are stopping attending the matches - but in many people's eyes it's the only way to make their feelings know.

I don't think it's a case of how many turn up to games, I think it's more about how many don't turn up.

I would personally prefer to see protests and demonstrations once Newcastle are safe and still in the Premier League but, as many have pointed out, perhaps desperate is exactly what Newcastle need.

Desperate times call for desperate measures and even if United cling on to what's left of their Premier League season they're hardly in line for a team of the year award.

I think they'll survive to fight in the top flight next season, but only time will tell if that's a good thing for the club or not.

WHY BACK CARVER? WHY has nothing been done to get a proper, permanent head coach? John Carver seems to have been backed by the club time and time again and to what avail? I don't want us to go down - I don't think many people truly do - but we haven't looked like picking up a single point in months.

Chris Watt, Wallsend ANDREW SAYS: The fact is Chris, Newcastle haven't picked up a single point in months.

I, strangely, think they'll get a win today - don't ask me why, I could live to regret it.

He's been backed because they've no other choice at the moment.

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 9, 2015
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