What We Have Now is…

Posted by: shearyadi · October 31, 2007 · Comment 

The Geordies spirits. Going ahead for the next home game against Portsmouth at Gallowgate End, only the Geordies spirit that can win us the game. Newcastle will be once again without Australian giant Mark Viduka this weekend.

Although Big Sam will seen him fit again this Saturday, he won’t be jumpped straight into the first team sheet. Newcastle United gaffer will learn from the 31 years-old striker last experience, when he was forced to get …

What is Newcastle United Needed the Most?

Posted by: shearyadi · October 31, 2007 · Comment 

The answer is simple and probably also the most important thing for any football team in the world, it is the ability to handle the pressure. Does our team has it? I’m afraid the answer is NO.

NUFC manager

Why is NO? Because Sam Allardyce admitted today that the pressure is mounted on the dressing room after the 2-1 lost at Madejski Stadium last week. I don’t understand why they must have feel that way.

The Reading …

Newcastle United interest in Cardozo

Posted by: shearyadi · October 31, 2007 · Comment 

The news today suggest that Sam Allardyce has sent his scouts to watch the 24-year-old Paraguayan’s Oscar Cardozo on two occasions, and has received some favourable assessments.

The former Club Nacional striker is a prolific goalscorer, averaging a goal every two games throughout his career. He is recently struck in Benfica’s Champions League victory against Glasgow Celtic.


His agent, Pedro Aldave said that he is not surprise by the interest from Newcastle and maybe some …

The Final End for Shepperd’s Family at St. James’ Park

Posted by: shearyadi · October 31, 2007 · Comment 

After ruling the Newcastle United Football Club for more than 10 years, the Shepperd’s family are now banned forever to enter St. James’ Park VIP seats, and could be more even to step inside the stadium.

The new owner Mike Ashley is reported by Daily Mirror involved in a business wrangle with the Shepherd family and former vice-chairman Douglas Hall.


From the business field, the confrontation continued into football when Newcastle meet Spurs last week. …

Newcastle United FC Quotes

Posted by: shearyadi · October 31, 2007 · Comment 

Brilliant footballers adapted their thoughts into the game much almost everyday. They have not talking too much, but as soon as they have say something, their words could change the whole team. Recently one of Newcastle United’s player quotes about his thoughts to other team mates which causing media booming and speculations.

Meanwhile, all managers of Newcastle United are used to be the Talk of the Toon, although not all of them have been wise …

howay the lads