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Posted on August 19th, 2012 | 64 Comments |

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Newcastle United vs Tottenham full match video.

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Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim_Krul (G), Danny Simpson, Steven Taylor, James Perch, Davide Santon, Hatem Ben Arfa, Cheick Tiote, Yohan Cabaye (Vurnon Anita 71), Jonas Gutierrez (C), Demba Ba (Gabriel Obertan 85), Papiss Cisse,

Subs: Steve Harper (G), Ryan Taylor, Mike Williamson, Vurnon Anita, Dan Gosling, Gabriel Obertan, Shola Ameobi.

Tottenham Hotspur (4-2-3-1): Brad Friedel (G), Kyle Walker, Williams Gallas (c), Younes Kaboul, Benoit Assou-Ekotto; Jake Livermore, Sandro (Harry Kane 86), Aaron Lennon, Gylfi Sigurdsson (Rafael van der Vaart 68), Gareth Bale; Jermain Defoe

Substitutes: Carlo Cudicini (G), Kyle Naughton, Jan Vertonghen, Jermaine Jenas, Andros Townsend, Rafael van der Vaart, Harry Kane.

Goals: Demba Ba (54), Jermaine Defoe (76), Hatem Ben Arfa (Pen 80).

Referee: Martin Atkinson.

Yellow Cards: Danny Simpson (14), Jake Livermore (16), Sandro (19), Yohan Cabaye (45+2).

Red Cards: None.

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  1. AFTER LOST MATCH TOTTENHAM NEED WORK RATE —-SPURE WILL NOT MAKE BALL POSITION AND PASSES—–SPURES WILL MAKE PASSING GAME——-WORK RATE GK-FRIEDEL—85 % / DEFENCE—99.9% / MIDFIELD—SANDRO – LIVERMOER–85%- / CAM—-75 % / BALE—-65 % / LENNON—80 % / DEFOE—78 %

  2. SPURE NEED REPLACE POSSITION——GK—CESAR OR LLORIS——2.CDM—-PLAYMAKER—–MOUNTINHO OR GANSO——3.CDM-CAPOUE—–4;RW—-REMY OR WALLCOT——-5.LW—RODRIGUAZ OR VERELA——-6-ST—JOVATIC OR LLORIENTE OR DAMIAO OR HUNTLLER OR CAROLL——-NEXT MATCH LINE UP—-IN 4-2-3-1—-&—–=LLORIS—WALKER–GALLAS–KABOUL—BALE—-SANDRO—GANSO—SIGURDSSON—LENNON—RODRIGUAZ—-LLORIENTE——SUB—GOMES–CAPOUE–DEFOE–VERTIGHEN–VDV—REMY—ASSOU EKOTO

  3. akshayaalse,why dont you actually spell SPURS right and wake up from the video game fantasy football world you live in.

  4. The 2-1 result scrambled his head,leave him lads,differently how old is erik pieters,cause if we wont sign a 27 year old debouchy…

  5. Seeing the total lack of respect brendan rodgers has for carrol,andy needs to take a pay cut and come home.,bet saylor cant wait to see him…

  6. Sampdiago @8: judging by the Jonny Depp 21 Jump Street t-shirt Pieters wore yesterday she is a 12-year-old girl.

  7. I watched yesterday’s game again and thought we played quite well in the second half.

    If we decide to take a weakened team to Greece should we leave some players at home? I mean, if we don’t intend to play Cisse, Cabaye, Coloccini, Ben Arfa and Taylor then what is the point of taking them? It is not like going to Russia but these 5 might be better served working on their fitness at home.

  8. It’s been rumored that “Sunderland Football Club”are willing to pay £10m. for their native son Adam Johnson.
    He was here briefly and is a stated NUFC fan, he is also a hell of a football player, say we dumped Pardews choice Obertan (Mekon Heed)for £2.5m. that would mean paying £7.5m. for a present Engerland winger and getting rid of a mistake.
    Whadda ya say Mike ?

  9. Chuck: ‘coz a Russian team were one of the possibilities we had and getting a Greek team is an improvemnt on that at least.

    Wouldn’t it be a wages issue again with Johnson though? He signed a new contract in January.

    Isn’t that a big part of why we are buying French and Dutch? Ashley is not willing to pay the going rate for good English players.

    I think Sunderland are in for a relegation scrap, so I wouldn’t go there if I were Johnson.

  10. And whie I am being un-PC i believe Gareth Bale could get a role in a remake of planet of the apes, without having to report to makeup.

    Whatever became of Katsbia, last i heard he was managing some Greek or Cyprus side, best celebration ever , the advertising boards kicking scene !

    Did we sign Big Doug yet ?

    Does anyone think we may sell both Cabaye and Mr T., as it has been reported that Chelsea and a desperat Alex Ferguson, are ready to make offers.
    Why do i ask, well we just signed Anita and Amalfitano, why would we need two more DM’s
    Plus Biggie also and Anita can play the Cabaye role, hmmmm !
    Is Ashley about to do another last minute Carroll deal?

    And as a further matter of interest, has anyone seen how many of the youngsters we have unloaded, they will have to play Cath the tea lady in goal to make up an eleven side.

  11. chuck says:
    August 19, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    “Whatever became of Katsbia,”

    Chuck, he’s the manager of Georgia (the country, not the state over there).

  12. We may very well have to bring our full team, as we have got rid of most of the youngsters, should save a few bob like.
    Watch the pennies!
    So if infact we have got rid of most of the youth squad, the club wont have to charge that extra £25 for membership as a season ticket hoder or someone who only attends away games, right ?
    I mean if you dont have a youth side, you dont need funds to support them.
    But wait a minute, when did season ticket holders have to pay for the youth team, you know perhaps thats just really an increase in ticket prices, but Ashley promised to keep prices at the same level for a number of years, or am i wrong ?
    It’s all very confusing.

  13. What is the point of a youth system, to develop players for the first team or to sell, right? We haven’t done very well at that and therefore probably needed fresh blood.

    I don’t know about the recent lot that were released, but nobody from the previous culls is doing that well elsewhere (Worky would probably know more about that than me).

    As for the 25 quid, in the scheme of things, how much it takes to follow NUFC, I think that is a small issue. I know you will say it all adds up and it is a failed promise, but really, is it that big of an issue.

  14. Chuck, did you watch Swansea yesterday?

    It must have been a little confusing if you did. One of the greatest masters of the beautiful game ever seen, the creative fulcrum of Cruyff’s Barcelona “Dream Team” comes in and switches them from a 4-3-3 possession side to a 4-4-1-1 counter attacking side. No 65% possession figures, no endlessly passing the ball around in their own half, but they absolutely crucified QPR 5-0.

  15. And I do know we have potential now with Sammy, Campbell and Ferguson and that Carroll probably paid for the last 3 years of academy and reserves by himself.

    I am just making a point that SO FAR we haven’t seen much of a return (Carroll excepted).

  16. GS says:
    August 19, 2012 at 7:05 pm

    “Carroll probably paid for the last 3 years of academy and reserves by himself.”

    Yet Wolves’, and almost certainly Middlesbrough’s academies have been judged to be a class above.

  17. No one seems to have commented on what an impact Ben Arfa had on our game yesterday, and he didn’t even get going until the second half. He changed the game almost on his own.

  18. Worky @22: I didn’t want to steal Chuck’s thunder. He has been so restrained not talking about the change in formation either :)

  19. GS not a lot in the scheme of things, tell that to the guy with two youngsters and as niether you or i pay it easy to say.
    How many season ticket holders multiplied by £25 quid, aint hay!
    Thats why Ashley is a billionaire, because he concentrates on the pennies.
    And tell me which other clubs insist their season ticket hoders are obliged to subsidise the youth system.
    Will he be asking the fans to subsidise transfer fees next ?

    Workey
    Always thought he Michael Laudrup was a special player.
    Of course it’s early days and these things happen early in the season, what with new players, managers, etc.
    Whoo da thunk Liverpool would have took a beating like they did, or even Hughton’s side.
    I’m afraid i did’nt see the game, but will take your word for it.
    Look there’s more than one way to play the game, we can agree on that and i have always stated a horses for courses approach.
    We also know for the most part sides that enter the dressing room at half time leading, seldom change tactics.
    Making the second half more interesting usually, something i generally dont find with NUFC, they seldom ever change, winning or loosing, one of the reasons i have little faith in Pardew as a manager.
    For instance, once we scored yesterday we attempted to sit on the lead and try to keep posession, when we find it hard to stringing more than three or four passes to-gether.
    Very frustrating for our fans as Catenaccio is definately not our game.
    Having tied us, we were then forced to go for the winner, which we got through the lone effort of HBA.
    Now you know thats how Pardew plays the game, instead of putting it out of reach, he wants the side to sit on a lead, dangerous and IMO stupid.
    I still believe posession football is where it’s at, i mean aint that how both Barca and Spain play and i dont know but if one looked at Laudrups side you may very well see they held the majority posession also.
    Not to say that sides playing that style,and variations cant be beaten, for every style there’s a counter, both Morinho and De Matteo can vouch for that.
    But i have noticed the way the game is now played in the PL is a lot different from how it was played a few years ago.
    With more technique and more of a short passing game as opposed to route one.
    And yes we were lucky to get all three points, but it’s early days and we have to improve, especially our passing.
    Ba and Cisse will get their goals, but they need better service.

  20. Actually it is a big issue to me GS.
    I am currently unemployed n every spare penny i have goes towards watching the lads.so that £25 is a big deal to me.it isnt just the cost ov a ticket,i also have to get the bus into the toon.acouple ov pints before n after the match.it all mounts up GS.that £25 is another match ticket,yh to people who are working n have decent jobs wiv decent wages it might be nowt.but to those ov us who arnt that lucky to be in employment at the moment 25quid is alot ov money.

  21. Chuck @24: Sorry to state the obvious but the fans DO “subsidize” transfer fees by buying tickets, subscribing to sky, buying shirts etc. etc. I am not really arguing with you about the 25 pounds because it is a sort of backhanded way to go back on what they said.

    You probably meant direct subsidy, but I don’t think that has ever been done has it.

    Also, I do pay. I pay a monthly subscription to Fox (Sky) mainly to watch NUFC. I also wouldn’t get ESPN if it weren’t for them showing the premier league. I only watch on the computer free when it is not on TV.

  22. Jack72: you and Chuck both gave good examples of where the 25 pounds would be important, so I take it back.

    I am not even sure why Ashley did it except maybe what Chuck said that every penny counts to him.

    Anyway, I was laid off recently so I understand what it is like having no money coming in.

  23. Ben Arfa was our best player & he was grafting too. I’d play to his strengths & let him enjoy a freer role. Anita looked very promising. Any info on Pieters presence at the game?

  24. workyticket says:

    “No one seems to have commented on what an impact Ben Arfa had on our game yesterday, and he didn’t even get going until the second half. He changed the game almost on his own”

    Forgot to mention that in my post earlier today.

    How come HBA had just 45 minutes of pre season game time and was outstanding yet our old friend Obertan experienced a total of 419 minutes on the pitch pre season and was just as shlte as last campaign ?

  25. GS says:

    “And I do know we have potential now with Sammy, Campbell and Ferguson and that Carroll probably paid for the last 3 years of academy and reserves by himself.

    I am just making a point that SO FAR we haven’t seen much of a return (Carroll excepted)”

    I’ve always wondered how we can be sure that these youngsters are getting the very best coaching ? OK we may just be unlucky with our pick of youth players but Spears, Kadar and Tozer were all considered to be kids with potential when we signed them and yet two/three years later they’re scratching a living in the deep dark recesses of the Football League (and the Eredivisie in Kadar’s case)?

  26. AndyMac
    Yeah! all of those guys who were future stars who did’nt make it!
    Course the plan has changed a bit, rather than buy young could be’s, we are signing guys who are one or two seasons from a starting role.
    Not much changed, Ashley is looking for a competitive side and is willing to or actually has to spend a few bob
    more on defence and a bit more depth.
    With a succesfull club comes all the goodies, tv revenue, increased advertising capacity,sales of club brand products, etc.
    All of which earn money, in a league that is involved with an ever increasing earnings, cycle.
    A certain number of players from other leagues are somewhat fixated about the EPL wage structure and therefore it’s attracting the top players.
    Tough for young English talent to break through, other than in the lower leagues.
    But we are gonna see better football.

  27. Personaly i would like to see a wage cap all over the world for footballers.i think it would make all the leagues alot more competitive.players would then go to clubs for footballing reasons n not for the big wages.very much doubt it will ever happen tho.

  28. wow all so negative after an opening day win… and whats with all the complaining about the youth squad, just thumped spuds 5-1, cambell hatrick! morose bunch on here

  29. Sammy J says:
    August 19, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    “Any info on Pieters presence at the game?”

    He keeps fracturing his metatarsal and has alot of time on his hands, Sammy J.

  30. GS says:
    August 19, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    “I am not even sure why Ashley did it except maybe what Chuck said that every penny counts to him.”

    Make offers on season tickets to sell more of them on the one hand, then pick the fans’ pockets to get the money back on the other, GS.

  31. Atko says:
    August 20, 2012 at 4:52 am

    Atko, do we really need people like you trying to tell us what we should and shouldn’t write on blogs?

  32. Atko says:

    “wow all so negative after an opening day win… and whats with all the complaining about the youth squad, just thumped spuds 5-1, cambell hatrick! morose bunch on here”

    Classic case of not fecking reading what’s in front of you !!!!!

    I didnt criticise the young players, I questioned the coaching methods and personnel who allow allegedly top class prospects to deteriorate throughout their career at the Academy.

    Here’s a list of last seasons drop outs. Three of them, at least, we paid good money for.

    Matty Grieve Unattached Released
    Dan Leadbitter Unattached Released
    Patrick McLaughlin Unattached Released
    Andy Mogwo Unattached Released
    Aaron Spear Unattached Released
    Ben Tozer Northampton Town Free
    Fabio Zamblera Unattached Released
    Dan Taylor Ashington Released
    Joan Edmundsson Viking StavangerReleased
    Ole Soderberg BK Molde Released
    Sam Adjei n/a Released
    Ryan Donaldson n/a Released
    Stevie Folan n/a Released
    Jeff Henderson n/a Released
    Phil Airey n/a Released
    Tamas Kadar n/a Released
    Greg McDermott n/a Released
    Patrick Nzuzi n/a Released
    Michael Hoganson n/a Released

    Thats an awful lot of “talent” going to waste and is probably the only area of the club where I agree with the Fatman’s stance.

    The quality of player coming through the door has to improve and has to be older so the coaching staff cant ruin their talents. Otherwise we waste valuable resources and, of course, money on what eventually becomes a long dole queue. It goes without saying the quality of coaching personnel HAS to improve as well.

  33. He’ll always be the Fatman to me WT :)

    While on the subject of Saturdays performance I also forgot to mention what a job Perch did alongside Saylor. Admittedly there wasnt much aerial threat but his distribution was, at times, “Allenesque” :) Undoubtedly he has more pace than either The Permed One or Greenwich’s Greatest !

    “the much aligned utility player James Perch showing composure and completing all of his 45 passes – Steven Taylor with probably the best pass of the match – a headed backpass to Tim Krul whilst lying on the ground.

    It’s a good sign that we’re looking to keep possession of the ball with calm and patient passing, whereas last season, Mike Williamson would be looking to play the ball long more often than not”

    I’ve always though Perch needed aligning :)

    http://www.eplindex.com/17809/newcastle-2-spurs-1-stats-tactical-analysis.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=newcastle-2-spurs-1-stats-tactical-analysis

  34. Wheres that big guy Douglas, we need another CD, preferably one who throws his weight around and arrives in a bad state of mind.
    Good to see Tiote lay the body on and Taylor the same, Cabaye had a fiesty game also, tends to upset the opposition and keeps their heads up.
    But gotta say i am concerned, about the rumors of Citeh, Man. U. and Chesea, all interested in our midfild duo. Not so much about Tiote, thats why we bought Anita, but Cabaye could very well be a target for an aging Man. U. midfield.
    (a poor mans Hazard)

    A little concencus here, where is HBA’s best spot in the lineup, a free roaming role behind the striker? or on the wing?, perhaps the back of a diamond, with two wingers and a striker, with Cabaye and Anita behind, providing the passing and breaking up attacks?
    Though we are not really a deep side, we have a lot more quality in depth, apart from our defence.
    With our schedule the best use of those resorces is critical, so it should look like horses for courses i assume.

  35. chuck says:
    August 20, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    “Wheres that big guy Douglas, we need another CD, preferably one who throws his weight around and arrives in a bad state of mind.
    Good to see Tiote lay the body on and Taylor the same, Cabaye had a fiesty game also, tends to upset the opposition and keeps their heads up.”

    Make your mind up, Chuck! Do you want us to be like Barcelona? Or like Leeds United back in the 70s?

  36. Jack sez
    “I would like to see a wage cap all over the world, for payers”!

    Yeah Jack and i would like to see a cap for bankers and financial services big shots, but the likely hood is Zero.
    On the other hand any wage cap in the EPL, would bring about an exodus of top talent, to other leagues.
    Just as the EPL presently attract some of the world’s best payers, by paying top wages and fees.
    It’s a vicious circle i’m afraid.
    And an enormous market, that increases by the year, football, advertising, tv, a market with enormous growth
    that requires sensitive handling by the governing bodies.
    Less they lose it all by introducing rules and regs. that offend the oligarchs who now run most of the large european clubs.
    Yep! big bucks.

  37. Actualy that was player, not payers.
    And did i hear someone say, “what about us payers
    You got my sympathy, but unfortunately there’s no relief in sight.
    Money contrary to Newtons apple goes in an upward direction.

  38. chuck says:
    August 20, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    “Yeah Jack and i would like to see a cap for bankers and financial services big shots, but the likely hood is Zero.”

    Personally, I would rather see a big chunk Satan Murdoch’s money going to players who delight us such as Benny and Cisse rather than it all going to Satan Ashley. When I spend my money to go to a game, I pay it to see players like the ones mentioned above, not some fat bastad con artist sitting in his chair looking smug.

    Though if we were owned by someone like Hoffenheim owner, Dietmar Hopp, who donated 70% of his billions to a charitable foundation to support sports, medicine, education and social programs, then I might feel differently.

  39. Workey @ 44
    i have aways believed a bit of physicality was an essential part of the game and we have that in the EPL.
    Has been since i watched dorty Jimmy Scoular, take care of the physical side of things back in the day.
    Assisted by big Frank Brennan.

    I would like to see a side that can play both ways, as we will be tested by sides such as Stoke and others.

    On commentator mentioned how we camly and confidently we stroked the ball around in Sat’s. second half.
    I dont know which game he was watcing? but we could hardly put three or four passes to-gether and had no clue as to how to get the ball out of our own end, looking like a poor mans Swansea.
    I beieve we beat a poor Spurs side and need to improve both tactically and it’s essential we improve our passing.
    We looked like a side without a plan.

  40. Workey
    Yep! and some of those entertainers do get big chunks of sky change, thats the role of the much maligned agents.

    Plus thats as utopian as Jacks statement, wishing for a Hopp-like owner, better to have like many German clubs, the fans as owners.

    For someone who can recall how players were treated in the “good old days”, when players were told how much they would get and who they had just been transfered too.
    To-days situation is as close as it gets to utopian for many players (except Simpson for some reason)

  41. They still make federation beer?, i would have thought it had disapeared, like five packs of woodbines and most co-op stores, not an expert on whippets like.
    What about miners brass bands and is their still a miners Gala, with bands and banners in Durham City ?
    I suppose with the advent of the end of mining in the north east, there’s little of that ere left.
    Ah what the hell do we care about the working class, Tony Blair has re created us all as middle class, init ?

  42. chuck says:
    August 20, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    “They still make federation beer?”

    I don’t remember it for a long while, Chuck. I was just going back down memory lane a bit there.

  43. I don’t think even Scottish and Newcastle are around. Didn’t Heineken buy them and switch the brewing of the brands they kept to somewhere else?

    I am not sure about these Tiote rumours as there are no quotes and no numbers. However, Lliambas did almost put up a “come and get him” sign a few months ago.

    As far as Chelsea goes, I can’t see it happening as Abramovich only wants flair players at the moment. And, have Man U spent their transfer budget already?

  44. One of Pardwho’s major faults is his inability to engage his brain before letting his mouth work. If he stopped to think before spouting garbage most of the time he might get a better press from some fans.

    Journo: Still worried about your top players leaving before the window closes ?

    Silver Haired Sycophant : Yes every player has a price and we’ll never be able to match the wages of the BIG clubs.

    whereas what he should say is summat along these line.

    Silver Haired Sycophant : I’d hope the players who are here realise we’re all at the beginning of something very special and, as such, they all want to be a part of it !

    Yeah right it aint gonna happen :(

  45. AndyMac says:
    August 20, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    “If he stopped to think before spouting garbage most of the time he might get a better press from some fans.”

    But Pardew is the canine’s testicles with most fans, Andy.

    Which reminds me, how’s your old Jack Russell, GS?

  46. AndyMac says:
    August 20, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    “Silver Haired Sycophant : Yes every player has a price and we’ll never be able to match the wages of the BIG clubs.

    whereas what he should say is summat along these line.

    Silver Haired Sycophant : I’d hope the players who are here realise we’re all at the beginning of something very special and, as such, they all want to be a part of it !”

    But I think he’s said both things at some stage, Andy. Actually, I think he’s said EVERYTHING at some stage, whether it conflicts with previous things he’s said before or not.

  47. Worky: the dog is at least 80% back to normal – thanks for asking. He is old and has a heart murmur so I have to keep him calm.

  48. Do you think that the Greek Europa game gives Pardew the perfect excuse to try 4-3-2-1 and then again against Chelsea? He can play Ba as the lone striker on Thursday and Cisse on Saturday and shouldn’t upset either. Have the one that doesn’t play on the bench if needed for the 20 minute “Shola” cameo (since Shola himself is probably injured)?

  49. GS says:
    August 20, 2012 at 5:19 pm

    “He is old and has a heart murmur so I have to keep him calm.”

    How do you manage to keep a Jack Russell “calm”, GS? Trying to keep a Jack Russell calm is like trying to tell Alan Pardew to stop talking.

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