You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeNewcastle United travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Monday night.As Steve Bruce confirmed on Thursday morning, the Magpies will travel without some key players, with Fabian Schar, Callum Wilson and Javier Manquillo all set to miss time.Such absences are concerning, of course, but Newcastle have enjoyed somewhat of a resurgence in recent weeks.Two wins in their last three games, and unfortunate to lose to Crystal Palace in a match they were superior in, Newcastle were just starting to find their feet once more.Now they face the daunting prospect of travelling to a Chelsea side that are yet to lose under Thomas Tuchel and look reborn under the German coach. May 2, 2012, during the glorious six month run in which Cisse and Demba Ba ripped through the Premier League, Cisee produced two stonking goals to down Chelsea.His outrageous swerving volley was voted Goal of the Season and Newcastle went on to secure a 2 0 victory.The 2011/12 season was Newcastle’s most successful since the Bobby Robson era, and it was punctuated by the sensational form of Cisse. By the end of the season, the striker, who only arrived in January, scored 13 goals in 14 league games.Eighteen months earlier, Newcastle enjoyed another remarkable Stamford Bridge victory, this time in the third round of the League Cup.Nicolas Anelka scored two second half goals to peg back Newcastle’s 3 1 lead, but Shola Ameobi scored in added time to hand the Magpies an unlikely win.Read MoreJoe Willock Gini Wijnaldum comparisons highlight what Newcastle summer transfer priority must beMore dramatically, Newcastle had come from one goal down to lead 3 1 and Ameobi’s added time winner wrapped up a sensational hat trick.Prior to that defeat, Chelsea had been in tremendous form, sweeping past any in their way as they embarked on a strong start to the season.
That’s where the story of Jarvis Garrett, who played for Hurley at Rhode Island, came in. During his sophomore season, Garrett had his jaw broken and several teeth knocked out, but played with a custom built mask. “He couldn’t take it off the whole game because it was so cumbersome,” Hurley said, “and he would have to drink through a straw in one of the holes he would breathe through.”.
Because of the solidarity between organizations, many Browns fans adopted the Steelers as the team to root for during the intermission we were without a football team and they accepted us. During the sports segments on the local news, they show Steelers highlights, etc. Virtually every Browns fan rooted for the Steelers (instead of, or over the Ravens).