We Are All the Victims of False Hope in Mixed with Bunch of Mismanagement

Posted by: shearyadi · December 9, 2010 · Comment 

I have been looking at the current situations going on with Toon since the Notlob’s defeat, and keep it quite to not writing anything until everything is settled, everyone is cooling down and start to have a good spirit again, let’s say a win against the Kop this weekend.

But, what is started with probably the Toon worst game ever under Chris Hughton surprisingly ended with him being sacked by the most controversial decision in …

Andy Carroll Ready to Figure Prominently for Both Newcastle United and England

Posted by: shearyadi · November 28, 2010 · Comment 

The off-field activities of 6` 3″ Newcastle striker Andy Carroll have been well documented in the press in recent weeks. However, this appears to have had no detrimental effects on the footballing performances of the powerful front man.

Andy Carroll Ready to Figure Prominently for Both Newcastle United and England

Newcastle United
21 year-old Carroll, a classic “no. 9″ centre forward, with superb strength, powerful shot and superb in the air, has already received favourable comparisons to Alan Shearer, the club`s record goalscorer.

Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, …

Newcastle United Got a Fairly Good Result in the Battle of the Champions

Posted by: shearyadi · November 28, 2010 · Comment 

Today’s Premier League match has been the encounter of two champions from different league. Chelsea as the last season Premierships champion and Newcastle United who won the Championships league.

Sol Campbell battles for the ball with Salomon Kalou

As one of the Toon Army I hope we can win the game, and the signs for it emerged when Carroll took the advantage from the Blues poor defending, it was the moment of joy from this game and nothing is called luck there, it’s pure …

Newcastle United Lack of Quality Midfielder in the absence of Joey Barton

Posted by: Clarky · November 16, 2010 · Comment 

A hard won point against a very well organised team. I couldn’t fault the effort, but the plain facts are that without Ben Arfa and Barton we lack creative quality in midfield.

Andy Carroll battles for the ball with former Toon player Aaron Hughes

We struggled to establish any measure of control in midfield, and although we got on top for spells in the 2nd half, a draw was probably a fair result. Both keepers made a couple of good saves, and Fulham hit the bar.

Nolan …

Newcastle United is Considering Bringing Slovenian Striker Tim Matavz to St. James Park

Posted by: shearyadi · November 9, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Chris Hughton’s Newcastle squad recently has four players in position to score goals for the Toon. With two home boys Andy Carroll and Shola Ameobi as his first team choice, Hughton still has Leon Best and Peter Lovenkrands lurking in their chance to shine for the Magpies.

Tim Matavz in action for Slovenia in Euro 2012 qualifying soccer match

But in my honest opinion, it’s hardly to see Leon has his Best to leap pass the Toon strong duo, while Lovenkrands is slightly has the better chance …

howay the lads