Abdoulaye Faye returns bringing on a heartbreak for the Toon Army

Posted by: shearyadi · December 6, 2008 · 1 Comment 

How many times we ever witnesses a Toon manager being sent-off in Newcastle United competitive fixtures? Not too often I’m sure and JFK who has been sending off by Mike Riley might be the first in our Premierships years.


But one thing that’s for sure is we are too often to dropped points after doing good. This is some kind of a curse that I don’t really understand until now. We are too easily given …

A Worthy point underneath the Smogs curtain

Posted by: Gallowgate Jim · November 30, 2008 · Comment 

This is from a less than impressive web stream but despite the lack of picture quality, even through the thick Smog I could see some real quality from men in black and white today. Hats off to the back four, especially Bassong.

Our defence were superb. Despite Middlesborough’s possession in the last 3rd/ crosses into our box we limited them to very few chances thanks to the back 4. Enrique was the only exception in …

Nil Nil, We Won that Nil Nil at Stamford Bridge

Posted by: Bob · November 22, 2008 · Comment 

No one really believed we could do it, not even Screacher (or even me -Ed), but it was great, and always an honour to be in amongst the Toon lads.

A great effort by everyone, the back four (before it became a back seven) did really well and need credit for stopping a very good Chelski side. Was especially impressed by Bassong and thought Enrique raised his game up a couple of notches to put …

Typical poor away performance from Newcastle United

Posted by: Clarky · November 9, 2008 · Comment 

I thought we were s***e, all over the pitch. Sloppy, disorganised, pathetic passing giving up possession time after time after time after time after time, lack of support to the man on the ball, etc., etc., etc.


Defensively, I thought we were hopeless. How many more stupid frickin penalties are we going to give away this season? Wtf can’t our Managers see what we can see – Cacapa is useless.

Young Bassong has put in …

Newcastle United also have “Houdini” in progress

Posted by: shearyadi · November 3, 2008 · 1 Comment 

If our former Premierships bottom fellow team has claimed to have a “Harry Houdini” working for them, we can say the same thing today after satisfying result against Aston Villa. To be honest, and wasn’t my usual habit, I was predicting the opposite result before the game.


But today everyone is having their performance back, and hope JFK can keep the growing-up confidence from the Lads for good. Our “Houdini” has done his magic once …

howay the lads