Newcastle United fans will LOVE what the owners said about the win versus Wolves

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Newcastle United co-owners Mehrdad Ghodoussi and Jamie Reuben have reacted to the club’s 1-0 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers on social media.

Newcastle United co-owners Mehrdad Ghodoussi and Jamie Reuben hailed a special St James’ Park atmosphere during the 1-0 win against Wolves.

In front of the TV cameras, the stadium was quite the spectacle before kick-off with Wor Flags once again delivering a spine-tingling display.

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The pre-match atmosphere continued throughout the night as Eddie Howe’s side went on to seal a massive three points courtesy of Chris Wood’s 72nd-minute penalty.

Howe and his players were certainly appreciative of the home fans’ support, shown via the lap of honour at full-time.

The result lifted the Magpies 10 points above the Premier League zone drop zone and end a run of three consecutive defeats.

“Nothing comes close to the atmosphere at St James’s Park,” Ghodoussi tweeted. “Massive 3pts. the boys were class tonight.”

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Reuben also weighed with a similar take, saying: “BIG result - well done to the team and thank you for that special atmosphere”.

Howe, asked about the Geordie-faithful during his post-match media duties, said: “Playing here is such a unique experience. The crowd really helped us. We have to harness it.

“The relationship between us and the supporters is everything. It is a city built on football. We have to repay that support and passion with hard work and dedication. We will endeavour to do that every day we are here.

“It will be great to be looking up and playing with a different pressure. It was a massive step forward tonight but there is still work to do.”

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