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Newcastle United v Everton match highlights and post match interview videos.

Posted on March 5th, 2011 | 29 Comments |

Match highlights with goals from Leon Best, Leon Osman and Phil Jagielka. Seemed to be a lucky day for Leons!

Post match interviews.

Newcastle United manager, Alan Pardew, blames “the loss of too many quality players” for the defeat.

Everton assistant manager, Steve Round praises the “mental toughness” of his team.

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29 Responses

  1. Cheeky poachers goal by best. Good match really, think we jinxed ourselves with all of this Europe murmur this week.

  2. Europe here we come!!!!!!! :roll:

    Will everybody f in wake up now and smell the coffee and forget about Europe!

  3. Their first goal was the easiest gift of a goal you will ever see. Not hugely bothered coz we beat them at their ransid, falling to bits, hole of a ground. Still though we are absolute sh!t and should forget about top 6 / Europe. We can’t win on a 3pm Sat kick off at home for about 3 years.

  4. What a wasted opportunity to cement our top half status & get even closer to safety.
    Honestly, Saylor is getting right on my tits with his headless chicken act.
    He’s always trying to play too centrally, getting in the way of others, causing confusion in the back line. Way out of position.
    Can’t believe Jose let that shot nutmeg him either, neither could Harper.

  5. CLiNT FLiCK

    S.Taylor is just poor positionally. The sooner some people understand that the better. It is what people with football brains have known for a long long time. Lets just forget about Europe, get a point off Stoke and 3 off Wolves, be safe and then relax. Pardew can build his own team for next season and we’ll see what happens. Bloody sh!tty Everton, see ya next season Moyes! I can’t wait. Jermaine beckford f### me!

  6. Thing is with Geordies is that you’re small town, one team mentality. You convince each other that you’re crap team is great and you’ll win every trophy available every season. You have no one to argue with and have an incestuous attitude towards other bigger city teams when, in fact, your team and city are shite. You’ve won sweet FA and long may it continue so please carry on sharing the same small town views and find solace with your mum or sisters

  7. One team – whoever you are, can’t disagree with our mentality at times. We are shocking and need to face the fact that we will never be contenders for anything besides relegation

  8. One Team why dont you go back to your aunties , turn over and let your uncle dip sample you with his toffee apple there’s a good ladyboy go back to the blog that can deal with your docile diatribe with limited response , please leave the blog we love to our common banter of wit humour and style , not claptrap !

  9. other citys with one team sunderland smogie cardif swansea blackpool peterbouogh southamton manchester need I go on one team now take my advice and leave befor batty gets a hold of you :-)

  10. The worst part about yesterday was the lack of conviction, call it confidence or whatever, from the whole team. I saw nothing yesterday to suggest they are all singing from the same hymn sheet and I wonder if the “dressing room harmony” has taken a knock with recent events and injuries ?

    Pardwho must realise when you’re playing with paper thin squads, its far better to get round pegs into round holes rather than shoving players into positions they’re not familiar or comfortable with.

    No right sided player on the pitch ? Oh hang on there was Jonas. How the f@@k do we have one of the few creative players in the squad constantly playing out of position ?

    Yesterday all he had to do was bring in Ferguson on the left (natural position) and switch Jonas to the right and leave Simmo where he should be.

    Jeez it’s not that f@@king difficult is it ?

  11. AndyMac…agreed mate Pardew muffed it yesterday, got his tactics wrong imo… at the same time we shouldn’t have given such a lacklustre performance…disappointing performance in front of another immense home crowd.

  12. Munich Mag says:

    “at the same time we shouldn’t have given such a lacklustre performance”

    As I said earlier MM when things are going against you (lack of players due to injury or transfers etc) the thing that most players need to keep their confidence going is to play in their preferred position playing exactly the way they have played before. That way they’re not being asked to do things they might not feel 100% capable of doing. The word “Doubt” should never occur in the mind of a player before he steps onto the pitch particularly in relation to his or his collegue’s ability to do the job.

    Conversely when confidence is high, that’s when you can afford the luxury of the odd player “helping out” elsewhere on the pitch.

    “disappointing performance in front of another immense home crowd”

    As budlovesa said yesterday the crowd needs to be “encouraged” by the performance on the pitch. I watched yesterdays game on a Dutch feed with no commentary just the crowd noise. It’s then you realise how little noise is generated at SJP until the players get their collective fingers out on the pitch.

    Having said that if Pardwho showed the slightest inclination towards the imaginative, when it comes to team selection and tactics, maybe the crowd would have recognised that and played their part yesterday ?

  13. Andymac…I agree with you 100%…but your final comment doesn’t wear mate, how can Pardew be imaginative with his team selection when he has so many injuries, I mean our bench isn’t excatly bursting with talent… He actually did try to be imaginative with Simmo right midfield, but that failed miserably, and was one of the reasons why we conceded goals down our weaker right side. That our right side WAS so weak was down to Pardews mistake in his team selection…why not Guthrie right side ?

  14. Munich Mag says:
    March 6, 2011 at 1:58 pm

    “That our right side WAS so weak was down to Pardews mistake in his team selection…why not Guthrie right side ?”

    Maybe he should have picked Routledge, Munich? :-)

  15. “I agree with you 100%…but your final comment doesn’t wear mate, how can Pardew be imaginative with his team selection when he has so many injuries”

    I think I meant “imaginative” for Pardwho MM, straightforward for the rest of us :)

  16. Just watching the Lpool – Manure game. Anyone explain how we get red cards for Ryan Taylor, Willo etc. and Jamie Carragher only gets yellow for the most vicious career-threatening challenge? If RT got red for NOT injuring Elmander, how come Carragher gets away with hitting Nani with his studs just below the knee and crippling him?
    You can see what will happen – “Can’t be changed, the referee saw the incident blah blah”
    Question: Can the referee (not the FA) change his decision after the match if he reviews the incident? I’m sure I’ve heard of a ref changing a red to a yellow – can the opposite happen?

  17. AndyMac…Pardew muffed it yesterday…if it hadn’t been for 2 extraordinary performances against Brum and Arsenal recently, we’d be down there in the mire mate….

  18. Munich Mag says:
    March 6, 2011 at 2:39 pm
    AndyMac…Pardew muffed it yesterday…if it hadn’t been for 2 extraordinary performances against Brum and Arsenal recently, we’d be down there in the mire mate….

    Don’t kid yourself – we are down there in the mire. Just becuase we’re in the top half doesn’t mean we’re not in a relegation scrap.

    If Wolves win today we’re only five points clear and we’ve only managed 6 points from our last 6 games.

  19. Compare and contrast the Wolves performance to ours at SJP yesterday.

    How many players want the ball ?
    How much movement is there off the ball ?
    How many passes find their target ?

    Wolves were still full of running at 91 minutes whereas we were knackered and Lovenkrands should have been off if we hadnt used up the quota.

    Great game at Molineux but if Wolves go down (and we don’t) we should have a look at Jarvis as we’ll undoubtedly be trawling the bargain basement thanks to the Fatman.

  20. Workyticket – what are you on about ? Been a sth for years you prick. Wake up and watch the lads without your fat beer goggles on