by shearyadi | December 6, 2007 12:13 pm
All Newcastle players should realise now what does it means for the Geordies faithful to see the lads performing well and showing the passion for football, the one they have shown yesterday against Arsenal.
Although this was just a point, their performance was a huge boost and matter the most for everyone within black-and-white tradition. The performance that ease the pain of the Liverpool and Portsmouth fixtures.
“We were disappointed not to win the game. To say that against a side who are top of the table and playing very well is incredible.” Milner said “It was important we did not rest on anything, and now we have to take what we did at Blackburn and in the Arsenal game into Birmingham.”
James Milner revealed he and his team-mates have start to “play for the black-and-white shirt”. He put in a superb showing and piled on the problems for the most of Arsenal back four.
United’s now collected two points from the possible of 18, however, with next home game against the Blues, hopes are high the recent poor run can stop now.
The Hero of The Day, Geordie boy Steven Taylor dubbed his equaliser against Arsenal as “the most important goal I have ever scored” and dedicated it to Newcastle United’s “magnificent supporters”. He said on the Chronicle today.
“It was my first Premier League goal at St James’s Park and I’m dedicating it to the fans – they were unbelievable.” Taylor said, “That’s the most important one I’ve scored. What a time to score.”
Last night was his fifth senior goals for United and it would have been a real celebrations when he almost grabbed a late winner.
“I nearly scored again late on but Emmanuel Eboue got it over his own crossbar. I don’t know how he did that. It could have been an own goal, and I was disappointed with that.” He added more, “But it was a good team performance from everybody, and we had some great chances”
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