Alan Pardew's side have won only four of their 16 Premier League matches in 2014, losing 11, and the Argentine defender believes that supporters are right to be upsetNewcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini concedes that the team's form since the turn of the year has not been good enough.
Alan Pardew's men have won just four of 16 Premier League matches in 2014, losing 11, and are on a run of six defeats from seven matches, coinciding with the manager's suspension for headbutting Hull City midfielder David Meyler in a 4-1 victory in March.
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"We are trying to win every game but our current form is not good enough," he told The Evening Chronicle.
"The fans are angry - we have to accept that. When you are not playing well, this is what happens.
"Recently we've been missing some players through injury like Loic Remy, Mathieu Debuchy and Moussa Sissoko.
"It will be good to have them back once they are fit - they are top players - but if you are playing badly then it doesn't matter who is in your team.
"We have to start playing like a team again. We want to finish as high up the table as possible and want to finish with some wins for the supporters."