Alan Pardew determined to change Newcastle style

Posted by: shearyadi · September 26, 2011 · 1 Comment 

Alan Pardew with his brand new Newcastle United squad is looking to break the 4-4-2 formation and said that Newcastle should change its style. The traditional formation of 4-4-2 stays for years and have been resulting an up and down seasons for us.

Alan Pardew sits with backroom staff Steve Stone and John Carver [Magpies Zone/GettyImages/DayLife]

Within the last ten years, we have so many names come and go as our manager trying to re-creating the old formula of an entertainers side which is, in my honest opinion, …

Newcastle keep the top four spot after a convincing win against Blackburn

Posted by: Clarky · September 25, 2011 · 1 Comment 

You got a real sense at St. James’ Park that something good may finally be happening for NUFC. This finally is Alan Pardew’s team, and it is improving all the time. It was a good win against a desperately poor Blackburn side, with some good individual performances.

Demba Ba firing to scores Newcastle opening goal against Blackburn [MagpiesZone/GettyImages/Daylife]

We played some really terrific football in spells, but interspersed that with some real sloppy play, some unecessary over-elaboration in dangerous areas, and some woeful short passing. Blackburn …

Carling Cup third round seven goals thriller at City Ground

Posted by: shearyadi · September 21, 2011 · Comment 

Not a team in red shirt that I would hoping us to beat last night, but surely with the rates of the opponents and our team that play against them, I know now that although we still some short of backup in defense, we are capable to manage any game against any type of opponents.

Sylvain Marveaux is pulled back by Brendan Moloney [MagpiesZone/GettyImages/DayLife]

Forest is, as history tells, a team where we never can beat in any competitive cup run before last night. …

Newcastle United keep the unbeaten record at Villa Park

Posted by: shearyadi · September 17, 2011 · 1 Comment 

Alan Pardew has answered some United supporters demand today to see Shola Ameobi on the bench. Pardew makes one change from a team that playing on last Monday goalles draw against Queens Park Rangers, and give a chance for Demba Ba as a starter alongside Leon Best in United attacking front.

Leon Best prepares to head the ball at goal [Magpies Zone/GettyImages/DayLife]

Aston Villa played two former Newcastle players Nzogbia and Shay Given and the only player that has given trouble for the Magpies was Shay …

Newcastle held in a goalles draw at Loftus Road

Posted by: shearyadi · September 13, 2011 · Comment 

Not the best game to watch so far at the start of this season from Newcastle United while the Magpies flying to Loftus Road, the nest of Queens Park Rangers, but I’m quite satisfied with the result.

Tim Krul looking hopeless when Wright-Phillips chips the ball over him [Magpies Zone/Reuters/DayLife]

The game actually going in high tempo with both teams have creating some chances in the first half, but it’s normally that the home side is getting the best of it the most, but thanks to our both …

howay the lads