Arsenal v Newcastle – Carling Cup 3rd Round

Posted by: shearyadi · September 26, 2007 · Comment 

FT 2-0. Bendtner (83), Denilson (89)

Sam Allardyce making several changes from the team that beat West Ham last Sunday. As predicted before, Given is return to the goal while Enrique makes his second appearance for Newcastle United tonight.

Abdoulaye faye also make his debut for Toon, while Shola finally play to replaced once again foot injury casualty Viduka. He will be play alongside Martins.

Harper, Viduka, Owen and Caçapa are all absent, while Geremi …

Should We Play Sho Tonight?

Posted by: shearyadi · September 25, 2007 · Comment 

Sam Allardyce will have to make difficult choices about who will partnered Viduka as Toon attackers ahead of Carling Cup 3rd round tie against Arsenal tonight at Emirates stadium. With Owen out again for operation, we only have Shola as back-up.

Sho Us what you can do!

Most of the Toon Army have been very disappointed by the way he is playing on his last appearance up-front against Derby County. It’s not just Shola to be honest, most of all the …

New Praise for Youngster N’Zogbia

Posted by: shearyadi · September 24, 2007 · Comment 

N’Zogbia once ever told that he wants to leave Newcastle United and join other club that he feels would be better for his carreer and can help him developed into big player in the future. But now he feels that the club to help him is the one and only United.

Charles N’Zogbia

I think most of Newcastle players this season would feel the same like Zog. The situation has been change drastically and we are heading …

Only If…

Posted by: shearyadi · September 23, 2007 · Comment 

Yeah….only if we can beat Derby last week, we are very close to #2 spot this week. At least we are in top 5 now, and the shades of Champions Cup next year is getting clear day-by-day.

Now if we are playing more “IF”, next week on the continuity of England Premier League we will visit City of Manchester Stadium against the on fly City club.

Just like us, they are now in a good …

The Magpies Rusted the Hammers Out

Posted by: shearyadi · September 23, 2007 · Comment 

Rangga Yudha reported for Toon CornerReported by: ergee

After shocking lost in Pride Park by the bottom team in EPL, The Magpies regained their rhythm to play their best football by defeating the “on-fire” team West Ham United by convincing score 3-1.

Come to SJP with high passion due to two strike wins, Alan Curbishley’s team start the game carelessly, they failed to hold Viduka’s goal in early minutes.

First goal of our beloved team started when The Magpies’ attack …

howay the lads