The Toon Army are disillusioned with the way the club is being run.
After an extremely quiet transfer window and the unpopular appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football, Newcastle United fans are to protest against club owner Mike Ashley.
The fact that striker Loic Remy was the only new addition this summer on-loan from QPR has angered Magpies fans and points to the question as to why Kinnear was hired in the first place.
The former manager is not a welcome face in the north east and the arrival of the 66-year-old annoyed both boss Alan Pardew and influential chief scout Graham Carr – the man who found Cheick Tiote and Papiss Cisse, to name a couple.
Now the famously passionate supporters at St James’ Park are to try and oust the hierarchy at the club.
“We want to put the club in the shop window. This is not just about protesting against Ashley,” Graeme Cansdale, who chaired a meeting of supporters’ bodies, was quoted in the Mirror.
“If people come together on this march, someone might come forward.”
The hiring of Kinnear is thought to be the final straw for Newcastle fans, who are disappointed to see the drop in form from a fifth placed finish in 2010/11, to narrowly avoiding relegation last season.
It’s been seen as a lack of ambition from the club and the failure to bring in any new talent – despite managing to hold onto Arsenal target Yohan Cabaye – has only added fuel to the fire.
Whilst not all supporters want Ashley out, the vast majority do want to see changes at their beloved club.
The protest is due to take place before the side’s televised home match with Liverpool on October 19.