Newcastle United Carling Cup adventure ended at Ewood Park

Posted by: Jacko · October 27, 2011 · Comment 

First half was absolute rubbish by us. They played some decent stuff but were chasing and harrying us like madmen. The first goal came down our right hand side – no one stopped the cross and the finish was decent.

Demba Ba battles for the ball with Blackburn Rovers Morten Gamst Pedersen [Magpies Zone/AP Photos/DayLife]

Ba then hit the post when he made a decent chance for himself. He spent all the first half playing up front on his own. I assume Ben Arfa was supposed to be the support …

Yohan Cabaye first strike helps Newcastle stay in 4th place

Posted by: shearyadi · October 23, 2011 · 2 Comments 

Unbelievable, a stunning start of the season for Newcastle after so many years of doom and gloom. Although we are not playing good last Saturday against the bottom of the table club, but we still manage to get an important three points at home.

Indonesian Toon Army celebrates the win against Wigan [MagpiesZone]

The Latics match was also the first live game that my son ever saw. He has been asking me to come with me couple of times before, but last night I …

Newcastle United vs Wigan Athletic match review

Posted by: Clarky · October 23, 2011 · Comment 

In the 1st half Wigan stopped us playing through central midfield with Cabaye and Tiote constantly outnumbered. This is not the first time we’ve experienced this problem and it certainly won’t be the last because teams now realise how key Cabaye & Tiote are to our game.

Hatem Ben Arfa during match between Newcastle United and Wigan Athletic [MagpiesZone/GettyImages/DayLife]

Alan Pardew told Ba to drop deeper to assist, but as v Spurs last week he showed he is incapable of doing that effectively. At half time Pardew …

Newcastle maintain the unbeaten record and stay in fourth place

Posted by: shearyadi · October 16, 2011 · Comment 

After a dramatic evening at St. James’ Park and a four goals contest between United and Spurs, we are delighted in the results that we still unbeaten and keep the fourth place for another week.

Shola Ameobi celebrates with Yohan Cabaye after scoring [Magpies Zone/GettyImages/DayLife]

This is the game that most of the Toon Army have something to fear of about the moral of team and the strength of our defense in particular. Many times I’ve read that our current position in the Premierships table …

howay the lads