Newcastle being credited with a good defensive display against Arsenal

Posted by: Clarky · March 14, 2012 · Comment 

It’s interesting that we are being credited with a good defensive display last night, even by Wenger, although I personally thought our defending in the 1st half was dreadful with only poor final balls and finishing by Arsenal keeping us level.

Davide Santon and Theo Walcott challenges for the ball

Santon was literally all over the place, and not even Jonas’s efforts down the right were good enough to contain Sagna and Walcott. Santon’s defending is looking increasingly dodgy. Accordingly, Colo was pulled all …

Newcastle create the perfect halloween nightmare on Britannia

Posted by: shearyadi · November 1, 2011 · 1 Comment 

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.

Demba Ba flying to score his first goal [Magpies Zone/GettyImages/DayLife]

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

howay the lads