Hundreds of fans walked out of Newcastle United's final home game of the season, calling for chairman Mike Ashley and manager Alan Pardew to go.
The protest was organised via social networks, with many choosing the 69th minute to leave, to mark the last time the club won a trophy, the Fairs Cup, in 1969. The score at that point was 1-0 to Newcastle, who went on to beat Cardiff 3-0.
The majority of fans stayed in their seat. However, those who left vented their anger outside the ground:
Alan Pardew had chosen to leave out Hatem Ben Arfa, who sat with fans in the stadium instead. He posted a photo of himself on the internet.