Newcastle bagged another unconvincing win last night against the Baggies. Hate to say, we are once again under par and were lucky to get three points from it.
We did had done most of the attacking last night, but was repeatedly fail to find the net where the visitors are often stretched us with their counter attacks which produce their equalising goal in the second-half.
The Magpies hardworking players are finally get the goal ten …
Newcastle United were forced to accept a hard-earned one point at Madejski stadium infront of around 2K travelling Toon Army, after being left behind twice.
In the start of the first 30 minutes of play, the away team was dominating in terms of ball possession. In fact we did created a half-chance in the 11th minute when the Royals defenders Kaspars Gorkss clearance felt on to Ba who was then raced it down the right …
Feeling pretty low right now, but trying to take comfort from the fact we gave the likely Champions a helluva good game and could easily have taken a point from it.
We weren’t quite ‘at it’ today and I have a feeling fatigue played a part, especially as the 2nd half wore on.
We were pretty solid defensively but the m/f were largely preoccupied containing Citeh’s attacking talent, and the supply to the front two …
We were simply the better team today. There was a confidence and swagger about the lads that we haven’t really seen to date, and in spells during the 1st half in particular we played some lovely passing football and looked a really good side.
We’re scoring goals for fun, and have conceded only one goal in our last 6 games, with 3 consecutive clean sheets. Colo and Santon were imperious, Williamson quietly efficient and even …
It is hard to imagine given the trials and tribulations of the past few seasons that with a mere handful of matches remaining in the League this year that the toon army are still in with a very realistic shout of attaining a hallowed place in European competition next season.
And not just in the Europa league, but with a reasonable shout at getting a coveted champions league spot. With the wheels properly off the …
Newcastle United is one of the best supported teams in the whole of the football league. The passion shown by Toon fans is second to none and for opposing teams a trip to Newcastle is always memorable.
Fans are definitely looking forward and anticipating future glory at the club. Currently lying sixth in the table, Newcastle is in the running for a place in the Europa League, all being well.
Under Alan Pardew, Newcastle has …
Senegal striker Papiss Cisse arrived at Newcastle during the January transfer window for a fee in the region of £10 million. However, you you be forgiven if you didn’t know much about 26-year-old international strike partner of current Magpies top goalscorer Demba Ba.
Whether you knew about him or not, Cisse announced himself on his debut with a spectacular strike against Aston Villa on 5 February which proved to be the winner.
Here, we’ll look …
A tough game, and one we were perhaps fortunate to take 3 points from. However, the bottom line is we wanted it more than Villa, and ground out another creditable victory by dint of hard work and togetherness.
We’ve had better football teams over the years, but there is much to admire about this team. We struggled in the 1st half. Imho, this was once again largely down to our apparent inability to deal with …
They may participate in the European league and their home games record were also good. None have beat them before they meet the Mighty Magpies. The likes of Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea are only can take 1 point at Britannia, while Liverpool have lost there.
Last year we were beaten heavily with 4 goals, and it looks like the Potters fans are very confidence that the same result will repeated again last night, but …
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.
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 …