For Roberto Mancini’s debut against Saudi Arabia, Newcastle United’s St. James’ Park will be only partially full

Roberto Mancini will manage his first game as Saudi Arabia master at St James ’ Park latterly moment but the venue is likely to be empty. This has been reported by La Repubblica and Corriere della Sera, who state that prices for the game involving Saudi Arabia and Costa Rica have beeen reduced heavily to make sure that they’re favourable for a original followership in Newcastle.


But the high liability is that the colosseum will remain vacated during the game. The prices are presently at£ 5 for grown-ups and£ 3 for kiddies, which is relatively unusual for a Premier League venue. But Corriere della Sera state that the colosseum will be ‘ partial empty ’, with Newcastle suckers said to be not fascinated by the idea of watching the two sides play.


They also state that there’s a possibility that addict- activists of the Newcastle suckers Against Sportswashing Association will meet at the Alan Shearer statue outside St James ’ Park to peacefully protest against the Saudi power.

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