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Gallowgatetooners’ superb “Newcastle United The Goals 11/12” video

Posted on June 2nd, 2012 | 63 Comments |

“Gallowgatetooners” aka Ross & Affy are the best makers of Newcastle United videos, and here’s their latest, “Newcastle United The Goals 11/12.”

Here’s what they say about it:

“Every goal of the 2011/2012 season. A season which produced European football, and a season which re-ignited belief within the fans that maybe, just maybe, silverware might be closer than we think. The 5th place is the highest finish since the era of the great Sir Bobby Robson.”

As a special bonus feature, here’s their version of Hatem Ben Arfa’s superb goal against Bolton too.

Hope you like them!

Gallowgatetooners’ channel on Dailymotion

GallowgateTooners (@AffyRossy) on Twitter.

PS: Since I posted Ross & Affy’s videos, Leon, aka “windsrave2” has very kindly sent in another one which is rather good too, so I’ve decided to include it below.

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  1. my god, I’ve just seen the PL table (right) – we’ve dropped to 9th !

    goals ? how many other teams could have a poll on which was their best Wonder Goal of the season ?
    come to think of it how many had one Wonder Goal !

    btw – press fixtures & its blank ! please someone – when is our next match ?

  2. Sure there father, how did we drop to 9th, was it on goal difference? And Swansea with the best manager in the whole wide world are triangulating at 16th.

    And Harry the Bung, what did he do to deserve 17th, except bunging.

  3. Great video, just reinforced yet again the sheer quality of Papiss Cissé’s goals.

    His worst was that tap-in against Bolton, but his movement for it first class.

    What a player, Ba’s influence also highlighted in that vid as well.

    Top marks to Gallogatetooners – will give this vid a plug in one of my upcoming articles.!

    Keep the good work here as well lads.

  4. C,mon folks do i have to go off on a tangent again, in order to get some hits here.
    This is both boring and lazy.
    Dig anyone notice we are going after another Senegalese striker, now @ Copenhagen “Dame N’Doyen”, a 27 yr. old, which is getting a bit long in the tooth for the NUFC plan.
    Got 18 goals in a crap league and where has he been until now ? nah! doubt it, but stranger things have happened.
    Especially now that most fans think our scouts can walk on water, that was diproven when we signed Obertan.
    Oh, wait a minute , was’nt he a Pardew choice, then that explains it,hmm !
    I hope replacing a now certainty to go,Ba, does’nt mean going back to a 4-4-2, with eight men defending, such a boring game.
    We got Cisse, Shola and i see we are keeping Best after all, should be enough to play a one striker lineup.
    Dump Obertan, he’s never gonna make it (ask Fergie)and bring in Johnson and (surprise) Hoilett.
    Can you imagine facing a side with front threes like,
    Hoilett-Cisse-Johnson
    Marveaux-Cisse-HBA
    Ferguson-Best-Amalfitano
    With Abeid, Sammy A. and Shola to fill in.

    Then a Midfield of
    Jonas-Cabaye-Tiote
    Which could use some help, being we only have a questionable Gosling and supersub Perch as fill ins.

    Hopefully we can bring in Cabaye’s mate Debuchy @ RB, along with Douglas in the middle, Clyne as backup and a decent LB.
    That should do it, for this coming season.
    Hey what aboot Williamson and Raylor and Obertan ?
    Hey, gotta be someone out there interested !

  5. chuck says:
    June 2, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    “Dig anyone notice we are going after another Senegalese striker, now @ Copenhagen “Dame N’Doyen”, a 27 yr. old, which is getting a bit long in the tooth for the NUFC plan.
    Got 18 goals in a crap league and where has he been until now ? nah! doubt it, but stranger things have happened…

    Chuck, Journalists thought processes in action:

    “He’s a striker from Senegal, Newcastle United have buying lots of strikers from Senegal, let’s link him with Newcastle, any old crap to fill the pages and sell some advertising.”

    chuck says:
    June 2, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    “Especially now that most fans think our scouts can walk on water, that was diproven when we signed Obertan.”

    As Graham Carr said himself, he and his scouting team didn’t have anything to do with the signing of Obertan, or Demba Ba for that matter. They were both Silver Supremo signings.

  6. Doocey says:
    June 2, 2012 at 3:59 pm

    Doocey, haven’t seen you on here for a while! Good to see you back on here. It’s good to see that your site’s still going well too.

  7. Just watched the first half of the England vs. Belgum game, where Vertoghen looked outstanding, wheresa his team mate the latest wonderkind looked quite ordinary.
    Wouldda been a good signing for us, but was never gonna happen, wanted to go to London and too expensive.
    See how the second half goes.

  8. WE says:

    “As Graham Carr said himself, he and his scouting team didn’t have anything to do with the signing of Obertan, or Demba Ba for that matter. They were both Silver Supremo signings”

    You wanna be as far away as possible from anything to do with scouting Squidward. Wont look too good on your CV :)

  9. I wouldnt have said Vertonghen was “outstanding” albeit he’s playing out of position. However £78m Hazard didnt exactly show his worth either !

    Well done Woy.

  10. 2nd half worse than the first, having scored England played a “bolt the door” game for the most part.
    Whats up with English managers, did they all go to the same school, 4-4-2’s with eight men behind the ball.
    I can see Pardew fitting in perfectly.
    Thank goodness for the Martinez’s and Rodgers plus Wengers, who attempt to play a proper modern version of the game.
    Not to forget Arry, who got shafted for Woy.
    Did anyone expect him (Arry) to get the job ?
    Face it, it’s more about how you look and act, as opposed to how you manage, in the eyes of the FA.

  11. Andymac
    Thought Vertonghen had a decent first half, certainly outplayed Hazzard, who went missing and this is the new outstanding talent we are set to expect this coming season?
    Thought it was thirty eight mill.for Hazzard ?
    Scouting squidward ? huh ?

  12. Leon aka “windsrave2″ has very kindly sent in another season review video which is short, but it’s also rather good too so I’ve posted it below the other ones.

  13. Chuck

    1. “Whats up with English managers, did they all go to the same school, 4-4-2′s with eight men behind the ball”

    Pearls and swine or silk purse and sows ears ? We dont have the personnel with the skill, ability, insight or tactical nous to play any other way.

    When new players come through the system who are comfortable on the ball, intelligent and skillful then maybe we can change to a more adventurous system ?

    2. Hazard’s £32m transfer plus £6m for his agent plus £4.6m tax free for the life of the 5 year contract – it all adds up.

    3. Squidward lookalike http://www.youtube.com

  14. Andy mac
    Still dont get it ? squidward, never mind lost interest.

    No! no! no! Andy, anyone can be taught to play any kind of tactical game, it happens in every sport.
    The lack is not from the players side, it’s a lack of imagination and the willingness, on the part of some managers, to admit what they are ignorant of, especially in England.
    Plus they are unwilling to research and learn from the games innovator’s, relying on the tactics and general approach of the people who coached them, while playing.
    A typical example was Shearer, who jumped into a job he was totally unprerared for, what on earth was he thinking ?
    On the other hand you have the innovators, Martinez, Rodgers, Lambert, etc all young guys who have put in time in the lower divisions, studied the game and those who introduced it’s modern day tactics and brought a system to the club they believe in. (Guardiola-Morinho)
    To-wards the seasons end, when we were riding high, we ran into a Wigan side that not only thrashed us, but gave us a football lesson.
    We were also, lucky to get a win over a good Swansea side that dominated the away game , but due to lack of a goalscorer, lost the points.
    What i’n saying is you can teach any group of players to play however you want, sometimes they requires them to change their approach to the game and may take time, but not an impossible task.

  15. Worky help me out. I type in NUFCblog.org and keep getting directed to this Wigan/Swansea/Martinez website.

  16. I thought Vertogen looked distinctly average tonight, but then its only one game – and as a left back…

    West broms 25 yr old Mulumbu is latest bogie to blip on the gaydar, not so sure about him – maybe useful in the squad…

  17. On the England match. We are getting what we expected aren’t we? I think The Sun will be breaking out the vegetables again soon.

  18. Supermac says:
    June 2, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    “chelski look set for a £20m offer for Tiote – so why exactly are we dumping Guthrie?”

    Perhaps Guthrie wanted to go too, Supermac. He isn’t a foreign player who wants to parade himself in Sports Direct’s Premiership shop window, he’ll be available without a fee, both he and his agent will receive signing on fees / agent fees, and he’ll be able to command higher wages too.

  19. Supermac:

    He refused a contract, as he wanted 1st team football, don’t blame him tbh, he is better than a bench warmer!

  20. I think Guthrie is a good player, but is he good enough? Good enough for mid-table, but please just once can we push on and have success.

  21. Watching sky news with a lot of be-hatted horse faced twerps at the races and professional underclass-but-don’t-know-it cockneys on houseboats with flags.

    The more things change the more things stay the same.

    Three cheers for Eton, Harrow and Westminster.

  22. chuck says:
    June 2, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    “On the other hand you have the innovators, Martinez, Rodgers, Lambert, etc all young guys who have put in time in the lower divisions, studied the game and those who introduced it’s modern day tactics and brought a system to the club they believe in. (Guardiola-Morinho)”

    I wouldn’t necessarily describe Martinez, Rodgers and Lambert as “innovative” managers, Chuck, they haven’t brought anything into the game which hasn’t been seen before, and Guardiola didn’t bring a new system to Barcelona, he learned his football under Cruyff at Barcelona and he continued the game developed by Cruyff there in the late eighties / nineties, what is now known in Spain as “tiqui-taka.”

    On the 4-3-3 formation in general, and also the 3-4-3 Wigan hammered us with, the 4-3-3 was first played by the great Brazilian team which won the 1962 World Cup and refined by Rinus Michels at Ajax in the late sixties / early seventies. Later, Cruyff developed on what he learned from Michels and developed his beautiful but sometimes dangerous 3-4-3. This is the the paradigm within which Barcelona work today, and the real innovators were that Brazil team of ’62 along with coaches such as Michels and Cruyff, that’s why I bang on about them so much :-)

    One of the greatest moments in coaching was in the second half of the 2005 Champion’s League final when Liverpool were 0-3 to Milan, and Rafa the Gaffer suddenly switched to Cruyff’s 3-4-3 and gave us one of the greatest football matches in history. It was also perhaps one of the greatest demonstration of what separates a truly great coach from the rest.

    Of course, there are also several different ways to play the same formation, and other factors too, otherwise it would just be too simple.

  23. GS says:
    June 3, 2012 at 12:43 am

    “Watching sky news with a lot of be-hatted horse faced twerps at the races and professional underclass-but-don’t-know-it cockneys on houseboats with flags.”

    Oh GS, why do you use the word “underclass?” It’s the kind of word used by the “horse faced twerps” you write of, and people like fascists to dehumanise those they see as beneath them. It’s awful to see so many people using it nowadays. In the UK, two thirds of people now describe themselves as “middle class” (which is ridiculous) because they have been persuaded by the plutocracy that being working class is to be part of a feckless, dehumanised “underclass” and something to be ashamed of.

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

  24. Worky:

    If I meant “Untermensch” I would have said untermensch.

    I meant underclass in the sense that they are locked into something and don’t even realise it. Like wearing Burberry check.

    Don’t get me started on nature/nurture and class issues. I still can’t figure it out. I was simply pointing out the hypocracy of this whole jubilee thing and you decided to take issue with one word.

    I like you and all Worky, but me using underclass doesn’t make me a fascist. Maybe I am, because I lumped all the “horse faced twerps” together as one as well.

  25. WORKEY
    Perhaps one day i will get it right, but i doubt it.
    Look you are preaching to the choir, but for the wrong reasons.
    Though i know you dont give me credit for it, perhaps in fact i may know as much about the game and it’s history as you !
    Yes, yes, yes i’m aware of Bielsa, Michels, Cruyff, and before that Herrera the Argentino, who developed the catenaccio.
    Then came the anti-catenachio football, played by Sacchi.
    Hey we can go back as far as herbert Chapman in 1897 ?
    Or Bella Guttman, the famous Hungarian coach of the fifties, who learned through the efforts of Jimmy Hogan who managed throughout the continent, during the second decade of the last century, who introduced the short passing game.
    Look i understand all of to-days managers stand on the shoulders of those who came before.
    My point, as i see you either ignored it or completly missed it, is simply, that in to-days EPL, there is a distintic difference in managing.
    As an example i give you Kenny Dalglish and Rodgers, two managers at opposing ends of the spectrum, one obviously playing an outdated game, possibly the game he learned while playing for Celtic and Pool.
    While the other (Rodgers) has his side playing a possession game and a philosophy that goes with it, who could and does adjust if and when neccessary.
    My references were to the EPL not the world.
    And my point is, thank goodness we have young managers who think outside the box.
    Hell all of those mentioned (with the exception of Dalglish) were and are innovators, why ?
    Cause they tend to change the current tactics of the game, not just for their team, but football in general.

  26. Hey Chuck, I think we will always have our differences but I always read what you post so that shows some measure of respect on my part.

    We are going to see a grand experiment of your views as Rodgers will now have the resources to back up his philosophy.

  27. And Worky, I don’t want to get into a fight about it but underclass and untermensch are not the same thing – your own link is very specific about what untermensch meant when used by the Nazis.

  28. The term “Chav” personifies the way certain people in the UK, actually for the most part England, think of certain working class people.
    The others tend to be more Egaliterian in their tudes’
    There’s a book out about the subject i intend to get.
    Apparently Chav status is a demonizing put down, by certain people, that probably includes a lot of the working class themselves.
    How does one divide middle class from working class these days, hourly wages vs a fixed salary? and wearing Burberry clothing is ok, as long as the plaid is on the inside.
    One of the reasons i dislike visiting England is it’s everlasting Cast/class system, with those striving to reach the dizzy heights of being associated with their betters, and their betters continually rejecting and demonizing them.
    Having just finished a book on the history of India, i’m confused as to whether the caste/class system, was brought to the UK from there, or always exsisted.
    I tend to believe the latter.

  29. Goodnight Chuck, you are such an odd guy. You are now having a laugh at yourself :) I give up on trying to work you out – the great mysteries of life are class, religion, women and Chuck.

  30. How man Worky, I have another question for you. Why hasn’t anybody copied the Don Revie Leeds model? Or is that what Ferguson does at Man U?

    You and Chuck know much more about tactics and history than me, but I have been thinking about it, so what am I missing?

  31. is Mulumbu better than Guthrie ?
    is he as good as Tiote ?
    looks interesting – we may find out next season

  32. GS – the thing about Sir Fergie & the Don is that they were given time, both had slow starts which would have got them the swift boot in more recent times.

    Otherwise they do not compare.
    Revie built a great team that grew old together while tbh underachieving. Many came through the ranks and he stood by them for years (sometimes too long – like careless hands Sprake) but jumped ship rather than break up “the family”.
    Fergie built several great teams and was (is) never afraid to replace stars to keep the team evolving and winning.

    Can either be a model?
    I suppose in the PL Wengler is like Fergie & Moyes like Revie – but only a bit. If you look in the lower leagues you may find more superficial resemblences where longevity is the yardstick of success.

  33. Supermac:

    it you lot on here that get me thinking about this stuff. I used to just watch the game.

    Are we after Mulumbu?

    We have had recent success in replacing good players with better players. I hope it continues.

  34. GS says:
    June 3, 2012 at 1:46 am

    “I like you and all Worky, but me using underclass doesn’t make me a fascist. Maybe I am, because I lumped all the “horse faced twerps” together as one as well.”

    Of course it doesn’t, GS, it’s just that some words which have become fairly common usage almost out of nowhere recently have some really bad origins, often from the US right.

    “Underclass” was an attempt to group the mostly black and hispanic urban poor in the US in terms of alleged behavioural characteristics such as laziness, fecklessness, unemployabilty, a greater propensity for violence, addiction, having lots of children outside of wedlock etc. The “solution” to this was to get tough on the poor by stopping welfare to provide stuff like tax cuts for the rich in a hope that “trickle down” economics and the threat of starvation would cajole these less than human degenerates back into work. It’s not a good word.

  35. GS says:

    “Goodnight Chuck, you are such an odd guy. You are now having a laugh at yourself” :)

    Maybe because he morphed from Chuck to Chuch ?

  36. As for “Underclass” WT. I think you’re running the risk of becoming overly PC in refuting the existence of a layer of society that neither wants to contribute, work within or belong to society.

    Not to be confused with the ‘mentally or physically challenged” or the ‘working poor’ or the “ethnically disadvantaged” or any other minority group you feel are deserving.

  37. Andy, the words “poor” and in the original use of the word in the US, “ethnically” give the game away. Tell me, why should people be judged differently, as being under or less than because they are poor, or because they are black or hispanic? Do all rich, white people make the contribution to society that they should?

  38. Wondered why things are so quiet to-day?
    When i realsed everyon in the UK (not so sure aboot Wales n’ Jockland) are glued to the tube, watching Her Royal Majesty’s, jubilee.
    A recent poll shows that an eighty percent majority of the British public, support the present form of Government, A constitutional monarchy.
    Is’nt that wonderfull !
    Comparing to-days or was it yesterdays waterborne parade up the Thames, to the old Spithead event, where just about a hundreds years ago, almost one hundred and fifty major warships passed in review between Portsmouth harbor and the northern tip of The Isle of Wight.
    To-days parade reflected how Great Britains role in the world has deteriorated.
    Instead of a fleet twice the size of the combined second two larges navies, we have the queen riding on a converted container ship, followed by tugs and barges, which no amount of paint , carpeting and flowers can disguise, bit sad really.
    Ah well they are still rich and even if disfunctional, are wholeheatedly loved and respected by their subjects, amen!

  39. I watched the London Queen thing a bit….

    I watched it for the boats – but being a Yachtsman even that was a bit boring …as there weren’t any! Something to do with going under bridges methinks…

    Funniest bit for me was listening to the mad BBC commentators – the cheesy fawning etc and kept calling boats “ships” –

    Old Lizzie looked totally fed up – think she’d been forced to go with the old “no show without Punch” argument.

  40. And now back to fitba!
    The media have both Man. U, n’ Chelsea in for Tiote, with Chelsea apparently willing to shell out 20m., whereas Utd. just dont have the money.
    We often here people say, it takes more than money to have a good team ?
    Oh yeah ! Did’nt Utd have the money to buy who they wanted over the years, often forcing sales through.
    Well now the shoe is on the other foot and we are watching the slow deterioration of the club.
    The Glazers use it as a cash cow, to pay off debts from their other businesse’s, leaving little to spend on top talent.
    Anyhow, if as rumored we can get 20m. for Tiote, grab it !
    We know we are going to lose Ba, but thats 27m in the pot and another three or four for Simpson.
    We can bring in a lotta players for that amount.
    But it seems we are looking at cheap, rather than quality, Clyne, Brahimi, etc.
    Where’s the ambition ?
    Is Ashley gonna trouser the dosh, or take it as part of what the club owes him?
    Hear he is bidding on a sports equipment deal, Umbro an old English manufacturer, is about to be spun off by Nike and Ashley wants it.
    So can we expect NUFC to subsidise Sports direct with free advetising and a no fee for our kits, being we NUFC/ Sports Direct own the supplier.
    One coud expect twice as much advertising, with ads for Umbro competing with Sports Direct.
    Cant wait for it to happen.

  41. UTD111 says:
    June 3, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    “I watched the London Queen thing a bit….”

    Personally, I preferred the Sex Pistols’ floating tribute for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebrations.

  42. If we are to lose Tiote, should we not be looking at a decent DM ?
    There are also rumors concerning Cabaye, with a number of big clubs interested and then we have Citeh, apparently looking at Colocinni ?
    The rumors both in regard to players coming and going, almost forces one to keep a score sheet.
    The worst being BorrussiaMunchengladback,(a mouthfull)
    Paying 800,000 quid, for Jr. Hoilett, cant be!
    Then rumors of Cisse going, it’s just one bunch of bad news following another.
    Perhaps it would be better to ignore everything and let events take their course.
    Ah well!

  43. Workey
    Sid looks a bit paranoid, but i was living in London then and vaguely remember the event.
    You are right Catherine looks pretty hot.
    Wonder what goes thru Lizzie’s mind when thy sing the NA, you know, send her victorius, happy and glorious, etc. Shit a twelve year old could come up with better lyrics, ah well !

  44. UTD111 says:
    June 3, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    “Worky @ 54

    Aye – but if you ignore the crap music, the Bazookas are better on this one”

    UTD, If they’re real, I’m Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

  45. UTD111
    Yes for the most part i tend never to refer to Man. U. as United, being there are any number of Uniteds and why would they be singled out as somekinda privileged bearers of the name.

  46. I am already bored with England and the Euros haven’t started yet. Isn’t football supposed to be entertaining?

    I’ve seen this stuff in the papers about QE2 being the most popular Monarch ever. What, they invented a time machine did they and asked people in the 16th an 17th Centuries what they thought back then?

    Thanks for the Revie stuff Worky.

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