Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video, extended highlights and interviews

Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video.

Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video.

Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video, extended highlights and interviews.

Newcastle United v Manchester City NUFC Blog match report and stats.

Venue: St James’ Park. Date: Sun 06th May, 2012. Kick-Off: 1:30pm. Referee: Howard Webb.

MOTD Highlights.

Teams

Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G), James Perch (Shane Ferguson 74), Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Cheick Tiote (Ryan Taylor 83), Jonas Gutierrez, Hatem Ben Arfa (Shola Ameobi 74), Yohan Cabaye, Demba Ba, Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Shane Ferguson, Ryan Taylor, Dan Gosling, Gabriel Obertan, Sylvain Marveaux, Shola Ameobi.

Manchester City (4-4-1-1): Joe Hart(G) Pablo Zabaleta, Vincent Kompany (C), Joleon Lescott, Gael Clichy; Gareth Barry, Yaya Toure; Samir Nasri (Nigel de Jong 62), Carlos Tevez (Edin Dzeko 70), David Silva (Micah Richards 85), Sergio Aguero.

Subs: Costel Pantilimon (G), Micah Richards, Aleksandar Kolarov, Nigel De Jong, James Milner, Adam Johnson, Edin Dzeko.

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11 Responses to “Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video, extended highlights and interviews”

  1. 1
    avatar Supermac says:

    perhaps this may be a bit unpopular – but what exactly did SBR do to deserve a statue at SJP?
    yes, he was a nice man, but in 5 years NUFC management he won nothing then got sacked leaving a fairly ordinary team behind. and he bought his fair share of rubbishy players.
    Affection for him yes, but I think a statue is a bit OTT

  2. 2
    avatar UTD111 says:

    I agree Supermac. Lovely fella but soent most of his career elsewhere.

    Joe Harvey on the other hand……

  3. 3
    avatar CLiNT FLiCK says:

    He did get us into the top 3 from nowhere, bottom 3, was it? Then forward into the champs league, still not that many english clubs that have managed that.
    But of course, it’s relative success!

    Had a few good one liners too!

    :lol:

  4. 4
    avatar CLiNT FLiCK says:

    But aye,

    Joe Harvey definitely NEEDS to be stood outside SJP!

    Remembered as player & coach!

    I’ve always thought we should have great players/coaches. moments & years commemorated around the ground on the edge of the stands.

  5. 5
    avatar chuck says:

    Joe Harvey, fer Chrisake it’s doubtfull if any of those advocating a statue for him, ever saw him play.
    The man was nowt special, often injured and replaced by a player twice as good(Scoular).
    Yeah he was in charge when we got our last piece of silverware, so what, thats really stretching it to ask for a statue.
    If you want another statue erect one to the “unknown supporter” the guy who has put down his entry fee through the barren years of no silverware and continues to support a side through the thick and thin years (mostly thin)
    This statue business is getting outta hand, i,m afraid.
    Joe harvey indeed, dont know what your on about!

  6. 6
    avatar UTD111 says:

    Point being Chuck, he won 2 FA Cups as a player and a European Trophy as a manager. He was also at Newcastle for a long time compared with SBR’s 5 yrs at the end of his career.

    Never mind, nice to catch you in a good mood today LOL!

  7. 7
    avatar chuck says:

    UTD111
    You make it sound as if he was a great player and won two cups on his own, the guy as i said was nothing special and was past his sell by date during the two cup years.
    He was often injured and replaced by Ed. Robledo and permanently by Jimmy Scoular, both better players.
    Hey ! how about Bobby Mitchell, who played for 11years on the left wing, or Hughie Gallagher, Frank Brennan, Alf McMichael, all better and longer serving players.
    You guys aughtta get your facts to-gether.
    Please no more statues !
    Unless the club builds a club hall of fame, with memorabelia from the clubs past history, plus photos and references to famous past players and sides.

  8. 8
    avatar UTD111 says:

    Chuck

    The players you introduce are a bit of a red herring. The question was/is “what did Bobby Robson, who only managed us for 5 yrs, do to deserve a statue when Joe Harvey had a much greater connection to United and actually won a European trophy – in fact the last manager we had who actually won anything!”

    That’s the point being made by many, I think.

  9. 9
    avatar chuck says:

    UTD111
    And my point is he does’nt deserve a statue, anymore than SBR or those mentioned, as a matter of fact does Jackie Millburn deserve a statue ?
    Hey they got big bucks playing for the club, took a lotta half croons and one and three’s to pay those guys that fifteen quid a week + bonuses, even with crowds of over fifty thousand.
    I’m joking !
    Nae mere statues !

  10. 10
    avatar chuck says:

    UTD111
    Red herring nah !
    Could gan a couple of Casters smoked kippers though, with a big boiled jacket spud, and some jam roly poly and warm custard, for desert.

  11. 11
    avatar workyticket says:

    On the statue front, it’s still Stan “Mr Newcastle United” Seymour Snr for me everytime (shut it, Chuck! :-))

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Seymour

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