Newcastle-supporting Chris Dobey takes Man Utd fan Ross Smith into away end

Newcastle United mega-fan Chris Dobey had darts lovers in stitches when he revealed he managed to get Manchester United supporter Ross Smith into the toon end at Old Trafford.

Dobey shared some snaps of Smith in the away end, with Smith looking like he wanted the famous old stadium to swallow him up. "Cheer up son," Dobey then joked on X, formerly known as Twitter, with some black and white hearts while tagging Smith.

Smith responded: "Your boys played well. You might win a cup this year. It’s only been about 70 years since the last one…"

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"Was that @Dobey180 singing in the Instagram live stream? That was more painful than the football. Well suffered, Ross," one fan joked. While a second replied: "Why have you done this to him!"

"Best off supporting Dover Athletic in all fairness," a third joked about Smith being born in Kent. And another added: "Why in the away end? Buzzing we won but why has he got a ticket in the away end?"

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On the pitch, it was second 3-0 defeat for the Red Devils four days – with chants of "sacked in the morning" aimed at Erik ten Hag from the Newcastle fans. United were poor as they lacked any sort of intensity in the Carabao Cup clash.

However, Ten Hag will not leave his post easily, and he said: "I understand when the results are not there it is logical they are questioning that. But I am confident I can do it.

"At this moment we are in a bad place and I take responsibility for it. But I am a fighter. I see it as a challenge."

Newcastle's reward for hammering United is a trip to Chelsea, while United's arch-rivals Liverpool host West Ham in the quarter-finals before Christmas, a few days after Jurgen Klopp's men play the Red Devils in the Premier League.

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