Andy Carroll out for three more weeks

Posted by: shearyadi · January 28, 2011 · Comment 

Newcastle centre forward Andy Carroll will be out injured for up to three more weeks with a thigh strain, according to his club. The in-form striker missed the 1-1 against suitors Tottenham on Saturday, and will likely miss the games against Fulham, Arsenal and Blackburn, but could return for the away tie against Birmingham.

Andy Carroll out for another three weeks?

Rumours have circulated amongst those placing football bets this week that 22-year-old would be missing until March, but a club spokesman …

Newcastle United robbed again in another late injury time equaliser

Posted by: Clarky · January 23, 2011 · 6 Comments 

Despite a rather disappointing conclusion, this was a cracking football match between two comitted teams that gave every drop of energy to the cause. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many players of both teams dropping to the ground in sheer exhaustion at the final whistle.

Fabricio Coloccini celebrates the goal against Tottenham Hotspur

Four points dropped to extra time equalisers this week is, of course, immensely disappointing, but I couldn’t criticise the performance today – and while we might have just …

Welcome home wor Carver, make us proud once again

Posted by: shearyadi · January 18, 2011 · 1 Comment 

Newcastle United reveals the latest addition to the club managerial staff with the return of our previous assistant manager during Sir Bobby Robson’s era, John Carver, one of the exiled Geordie is home again.

John Carver as Sir Bobby Robson assistant

John Carver back to St James’ Park as Alan Pardew’s right man on an initial short-term deal, and if things go well, he can get a longer term appointment in the summer. I believe John will do as good as he …

Newcastle United being robbed in the injury time

Posted by: shearyadi · January 16, 2011 · 1 Comment 

It was one hundred percents fortunate for the dark side to score an equaliser during the stoppage-time which is unbelievable 5 minutes long as nothing major was happening in the second half that needs to be paid off.

Kevin Nolan celebrates his goal against the dark side

We did start the match in much comfortable style than in the last FA Cup third round match, and in just 4 minutes into the first half, Ameobi should have scored for the Toon if he can …

Alan Pardew was an absolute disaster for Newcastle United FA Cup adventure

Posted by: shearyadi · January 9, 2011 · Comment 

Let’s forget about 3-1 win against Liverpool’s or last midweek 5-0 win against the Hammers, you only lucky there, but what you have done yesterday on the FA Cup 3rd round match was an absolute disaster and your managerial experiences are clearly not better than Chris Hughton’s.

tard pard

And if you read on what he said on post match interview, as quoted from Yahoo sport below, you can see how daft he is knowing something that …

howay the lads