Owen Playing Safe for His Next Return

Posted by: shearyadi · September 30, 2007 · Comment 

Michael Owen will be cautious about his next return after the injury operations in Germany. Although Allardyce said that Owen should be ready for Newcastle next fixtures against Everton, Owen said he will be cautious for his return.

Michael Owen; Images courtesy of BBCNews“I don’t want to tempt fate by making a premature forecast. Medical advice will decide how quickly I will be back in action. I’d rather remain cautious at this stage than set any unrealistic targets”. Owen said.…

For the very first time, I am Really Disappointed!

Posted by: shearyadi · September 29, 2007 · Comment 

Not just that Newcastle United is (once again) lost in a game, but most of all, the Lads looks like not in the mood to hang-on to Martins goal and go back to North-East with three points.

Steven Taylor image courtesy of BBC News

After watching Oba Martins proved what he said yesterday about how sorry he is to not scoring against Arsenal on Carling Cup, with a great taken goal in 29 minutes, the game suddenly turns into “Get Back All …

Martins Says Sorry for Newcastle’s Carling Cup Exit

Posted by: shearyadi · September 27, 2007 · Comment 

Obafemi Martins officially announced how sorry he is for his misses against Arsenal on last Tuesday Newcastle’s Carling Cup exit. He feels embarrased for three chances he has but failed to finish them all.

image courtesy of BBC News
On the day where Newcastle United has to play for the second time in just one day off in between, Martins revealed that he has made the Toon Army disappointed.

“I feel really, really sorry for our fans. It was disappointing …

Should We Recall Andy Back?

Posted by: shearyadi · September 27, 2007 · Comment 

Young Big Dunc; Andy Carroll at Preston North End loan spellNewcastle once again having a player crisis after Michael Owen is positive out for several weeks and Viduka is not coming on his best fitness yet. The back-up is in fact not as good as we have expected them to be.

Shola Ameobi has been on several news and media headlines these days after his two recent performances for Toon end-up in a club defeat. Against Derby County in Premier League and recently at Emirates …

Newcastle Last Game against Arsenal

Posted by: shearyadi · September 26, 2007 · Comment 

A Reflection from Indonesian Toon Army

Newcastle United have been learn alot from Arsenal last night. Not because we are the bad side, but we must admit that Arsenal has the more sufficient squad and looks very well prepared to face any challenge this season.

For almost 90 minutes we can face them and responding well against their never-ending attack from every side. That’s the good point from last night that we are now have …

howay the lads