Toon Reserve 3-1 Wigan Reserves

Posted by: shearyadi · October 9, 2007 · Comment 

Joey Barton finished his second competitive match training in great result, scoring the first reserve goal against Wigan reserve and completed 65 minutes of play with no feel of pain from his past injury.

Joey Barton showing another good form in action for Newcastle United reserves team on Monday night and scoring in 19 minutes to bagged the reserves win 3-1 over Wigan. He managed 65 minutes of play yesterday, 20 minutes longer than his …

No One Can Be 100% Satisafied

Posted by: shearyadi · October 9, 2007 · Comment 

Sam Allardyce is reported not satisfied with the Lads performance yesterday with a 3-2 win against Everton. He said that the Newcastle defenders are still have some defensive problems to iron out.

Sam AllardyceBig Sam making two changes in his defence from the 3-1 defeat at Man City last weekend. Steven Taylor and David Rozehnal dropped to the bench and Brazilian rock Caçapa taking his place alongside the new boy Abdoulaye Faye in the heart of …

Newcastle United v Everton; Post-Match Review

Posted by: shearyadi · October 8, 2007 · Comment 

Newcastle United players are back in form again to maintain unbeaten record this season yesterday against Everton with a 3-2 win at St. James’ Park.

NUFC playerOne important thing to get underlined from yesterday’s match is how Michael Owen re-act with a solid performance just 8 days after his operation in Germany.

Coming in as substitue in just 15 minutes before the final whistle, together with Emre, Owen involved in two Newcastle’ salvo to get the …

Newcastle United v Everton; 3-2

Posted by: shearyadi · October 8, 2007 · Comment 

Sam Allardyce has added Alan Smith up-front for the first time this season as a striker alongside Oba Martins against Everton today. The decision to be made as the first choice Mark Viduka can’t make it because injury.

Newcastle start the match immediately with a series of serious threats inside the Everton half and have an early two corner kick.For the first time, Smith-Martins duet is causing real problems for the Everton defenders. They combine …

Howay!!! Will we ever learn the difference of “Patience” and “Passion”?

Posted by: shearyadi · October 7, 2007 · Comment 

It sems that most of the (foreign?) Toon Army always wanted an immediate success and or hoping that the new players that any Toon managers brought in have to be immediately showing good.

I have read some crazy discussion in one blog about who is the best between Owen and Oba. The discussion is getting ridiculous about which player that should have been released in January transfer window. Imho, none of the curent Newcastle United …

howay the lads