Pardew excited about North East derby

Posted by: Thomas Rooney · October 19, 2012 · Comment 

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has stated that he cannot wait for the Wear-Tyne derby this weekend as he takes his side to the Stadium of Light on Sunday afternoon.

Alan Pardew cannot wait for the Wear-Tyne derby

The Magpies have a superb record at the home of Sunderland over recent years and have lost just once there in the Premier League. Pardew tasted victory in this fixture last year, with a superb Ryan Taylor free-kick being enough to separate the two sides. When …

Newcastle United v Bordeaux Europa league match review

Posted by: Clarky · October 4, 2012 · Comment 

Comfortable win in the end, although at 0-0 I thought they looked decent going forward. Despite having Tiote, and Anita playing in front of the back four we are still not protecting them the way we did at the start of last season.

Shola Ameobi score United’s first goal against Bordeaux

During this early period we made a lot of silly passing errors surrendering possession, which has been the story of our season so far.

At 2-0 and then 3-0 we played with …

Newcastle might take something from ManCity game

Posted by: Clarky · May 7, 2012 · Comment 

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.

Shola Ameobi in Newcastle United v Manchester City - Premier League

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 …

Newcastle United vs Sunderland match review

Posted by: Clarky · March 7, 2012 · Comment 

We didn’t really get going in the first half and were generally 2nd best, particularly in midfield. Despite this, I can only recall Krul having to make one save, pushing Bendtner’s curling shot comfortably around the post.

Alan Pardew celebrates Newcastle’s goal

On our part, our passing was dire, delivery from out wide and from dead balls was poor, and far too often we resorted to knocking long balls up to Ba & Cisse. I thought we should have had …

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 …

howay the lads