Tag: English Premier League

  • Newcastle United Need To Build “No Fears”

    Newcastle United have been gone too long in the Premier League “Map” and the fans are totally deserve the better from the lads tonight. It doesn’t have to be a glorious world surprising win against them, which I would love to see if possible, but some high spiritted Geordies passion and willingness to fight for their honor.

    In 18 showdowns with Arsene Wenger, Sam Allardyce have won four and drew six with his ex-club. He …

  • Arsene Wenger Prepared To Face Strong Newcastle United

    Funny it is when the other team we will be playing with on Wednesday is busy preparing their squad, while here in Newcastle everyone is busy defending their own thoughts who is right or wrong. I guess, its just the newspapers that is busy reporting what was happened inside United’s training ground.

    Imagine this, when we all busy speculating about “Player Power” the Newcastle team and Sam Allardyce are in the training ground, or chatting …

  • Are We Ready For Wednesday Clash Against The Gunner?

    United’s goalkeepers will need special treatment from United new goalkeeping coach Paul Barron, because whoever picked on Wednesday have to deal with so many shooting from Arsenal’s player. I can predict the bullets are flying into Newcastle’s six-yards box and that will need more extra attention.

    United number one Shay Given expressed his frustration to have six goals since returning from the November international break, he must be alert that he also have to pick …

  • On Wednesday Night, To Life Or Die Will Be Decided

    Sam Allardyce life as Newcastle manager will be decided after the Arsenal’s game. The expectation was so high on the day he came to St. James’ Park and the team spirit seems have been liften up. There’s no Fog of the Tyne in Newcastle dressing room, everyone is so excited to start the new season.

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    I personally would like to see him stay for at least until January, and we give him the chance to …

  • Blackburn vs Newcastle – Postmortem

    Howay the Lads!!! It’s disappointed again if we’re talking about the result. But it is something beyond the reach, as some wise-men say we were not with the ladyluck side today.

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    Some lads who watch the game have a verdict that we were better than we were before in the last few games. Keith from the NotBBC forum told that we played some decent pass and move football instead of just lumping it up the …

  • Blackburn (3) vs Newcastle (1) – Second Half Action

    No changes for both side as the second-half starts with Newcastle takes the attack. It took two minutes into the second-half when Emerton fouls Milner on the left. It was Geremi delievering the ball into the area. Obafemi Martins takes it with the glance and the ball is into the back of the net, for his six goals of the season.

    Rovers are responded with some serious pressing for an equaliser. Habib Beye has to …

  • Blackburn (0) vs Newcastle (0) – First Half Action

    Blackburn get the game underway attacking the visitor, but Newcastle calmly anticipated them. The Lads seems to forget ing last weekend horror against the Kop and start the game with their heart sets to make the Toon Army proud of them.

    In an early attack from Given long ball sets Milner on the attack. He has space to attack but pick out Oba Martins who hurtling into the right-hand side of the area but his …

  • Blackburn Rovers vs Newcastle United

    Newcastle in my opinion will start with 4-4-1-1 formation today with Allardyce welcomes back Joey Barton, James Milner and Abdoulaye Faye to the Magpies starting XI for Saturday’s fixture at Blackburn.

    Milner, Oba Martins and Alan Smith forming a three-pronged attack. N’Zogbia is likely to play wide as left-wing back, but Steven Taylor is likely missed out this weekend game. Beye, Rozehnal and Faye will back-to-back with Zog.

    Faye returns to the defence at the …

  • Blackburn Rovers vs Newcastle United Team News

    Sam Allardyce perfectly understand, the next ‘Derby’ for him against Blackburn will be another chance to show the Geordies faithful what calibre he is in.

    We are certainly not hoping a World Cup champions calibre from the Lads today. Blackburn will have to try to recover from their midweek mauling when they face us in the Barclays Premier League today. They will be without their trusty captain Ryan Nelsen.

    The New Zealander is suspended against …

  • Make Us Be A Positive Football Fans By Playing Good

    How many time this season we feel good for a football match played by the Lads lately? I think we, the fans have all the rights to show what we saw from the team performance.

    It was the Newcastle United new midfielder Joey Barton, made an extraordinary appeal for the club’s supporters yesterday to back manager Sam Allardyce following what he described as their vicious attacks at St James’ Park last weekend.

    Vicious attack? I …

  • Players to Blame for Newcastle’s slump in Premiership

    The 27-year-old England international Alan Smith and his team-mates head for Blackburn Rovers tomorrow firmly under the spotlight after a run of four Barclays Premier League games without a victory.

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    He insists that the recent slumps are not just Big Sam mistake but admit is as the failure of Newcastle United players on the field.

    Smith already know what it takes to taste relegation from the top flight with his home-town club Leeds United. Smith …

  • Newcastle United Heading Out For A Hattrick At Ewood Park

    Sam Allardyce will try his best to lead Newcastle squad tomorrow to make the third away win at Ewood Park. Newcastle have won their two previous meeting with them back in 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 season.

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    Last season United won 3-1 thanks to Obafemi Martins goals and Steven Taylor, while in 2005-2006 we also hit them by three goals through Shearer, Owen’s first goal for Newcastle and N’Zogbia.

    Sam Allardyce in fact, never lost in his …