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Newcastle United vs Stoke City full match video / extended highlights

Posted on April 22nd, 2012 | 26 Comments |

Newcastle United vs Stoke City full match video.
Why aye Cabaye, gerrin man!


Newcastle United vs Stoke City full match video.

NUFC Blog match report

Newcastle United v Stoke City – Extended MOTD highlights.

Teams

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G), Danny Simpson (Dan Gosling 82), Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Yohan Cabaye (James Perch 60), Cheick Tiote, Jonas Gutierrez, Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse (Shola Ameobi 69), Demba Ba.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Shane Ferguson, James Perch, Dan Gosling, Ryan Taylor, Leon Best, Shola Ameobi.

Stoke City (4-4-2): Asmir Begovic (G) Andy Wilkinson (Dean Whitehead 32), Robert Huth, Ryan Shawcross (c), Marc Wilson; Ryan Shotton, Glenn Whelan, Wilson Palacios (Cameron Jerome 55), Matthew Etherington; Jonathan Walters, Peter Crouch.

Subs: Thomas Sorensen (G), Matthew Upson, Dean Whitehead, Jermaine Pennant, Cameron Jerome, Ricardo Fuller, Kenwyne Jones.

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26 Responses

  1. Very sorry that the full match link doesn’t appear to be so good this time, but I’ve posted a better version of the MOTD highlights now anyway.

  2. with Everton’s amazing 4-4 at manu – it means that the lowest we can finish is 6th – and we have now qualified for europe !

  3. I love the first picture “Why aye Cabaye, gerrin man!”
    But I hope not Newcastle will pass Arsenal in the table /Gunner fan ;)

  4. Stoke didn’t even look like Stoke. They just came in and resigned themselves to a loss to a superior team. I haven’t seen that in a long time, where the opposition basically give up before a ball is kicked.

    Did they even have a shot on target?

  5. GS says:

    “AndyMac: Some others are getting on the Pardew bandwagon”

    Hah dee har har GS, the implications of that being that I’ve jumped on a Pardwho bandwagon :)

    Let’s be quite clear about this. If you go back far enough (last season in fact) you’ll find posts on various sites in which I (and others) clearly stated that the way forward (with the current squad) was 4-3-3 with a fluid, flexible front three interchanging positions leaving the opposition chasing shadows.

    Whereas your m8 Pardwho struggled ingloriously with 4-4-2 or 4-4-1-1 believing that wingers such as his beloved Obertan, would supply the crosses for two forwards. Unfortunately this often resulted in two strikers playing in splendid isolation.

    So now the silver haired sycophant has groped his way towards a winning formula, I’m naturally pleased as indeed we all are – but I’m far from sitting on the back of any bandwagon :)

  6. The white kit, the over-expectant fans and the total collapse in yet another big game.
    Harry Redknapp must think he’s England manager already.

    :)

  7. AndyMac @6:

    I wasn’t saying anything about you. I addressed my comment to you because I know you might disagree with the article.

    I am just happy that we are doing so well and Pardew has found a winning formation, whether by luck or judgement.

    I know you are too. Ha’way the Toon.

  8. GS says:

    “I wasn’t saying anything about you. I addressed my comment to you because I know you might disagree with the article. I am just happy that we are doing so well and Pardew has found a winning formation, whether by luck or judgement. I know you are too”

    OK gotcha !

    Having said all of the above, if we reach the Holy Grail of the CL this season, that’ll be Fatman’s five year plan brought to fruition. If so I’m going to have to do some serious pie eating :lol:

  9. UTD111 says:

    “Woah!! 4-4-2 saw us go unbeaten for 11 games??”

    True UTD but there were some pretty turgid performances in those eleven games and then we came up against some quality and 4-4-2 failed us.

    If you ask me would I take the dismal display against Wigan at home (which had to be rescued by input from HBA) or the controlled performance against Stoke yesterday I think I know which one I’d choose.

    OK 4-3-3 isnt the complete answer but at least it gives us attacking options which we have rarely had before during Pardwho’s reign. I’ve always argued that putting your opponents under pressure is the best form of defence so lets hope, when we’re put to the test against Chelski, Citeh and Everton not forgetting Martinez’s revived Wigan, the players are confident enough to take their current form with them.

  10. GS says:

    “AndyMac: he’s not that fat anymore, you can have his pies”

    GS I seriously doubt that Fatman has any humble pie in his larder :)

  11. Scott Parker is up for player of the year again! I can run around in cirles and fall over as well as he can, but usually after 10 pints.

    Lundun media bias.

  12. GS,
    scott parker, in fact any spuds player up for player of the year is ridiculous in the extreme.
    But what is way beyond ridiculous is the fact that they ‘vote’ for this shit in jan…WTF is that all about?

    Here’s me thinking the season ran until may!

  13. Er, PFA’s as in voted by the actual players themselves…

    So… Where’s the bias coming from then?…There is none.

    “London media bias” :-)

  14. Jimbob @19:

    Good point.

    But, …, er, clutching at straws.

    The London Media must have influenced the players to vote for Scott Parker. He is still overrated though.

  15. And Parker won the Football Writer’s award last year so I am not completely incorrect in saying there is media bias for him

  16. Phil Jones looks like Stan Laurel, with the difference being that Stan was an actor trying to look stupid and Phil just looks naturally stupid.

  17. GS, To be fair bud, I would rather a player and bloke like Scott Parker win it when you consider the scumbags that are littered in our game. I like Parker, thought be did well up here. But as Clint says, it was voted for in January, and Spurs were flying back then.

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