Newcastle United vs Chelsea full match video, extended highlights and interviews

Newcastle United v Chelsea full match video – First half.

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Newcastle United v Chelsea full match video with English commentary (Opens in new window). Switch “HD” on for best results.

Match of the Day highlights.

Newcastle United v Chelsea “Match of the Day” highlights.

Post match interviews.

Sissoko’s the man for Pardew.

Coloccini should have seen red says Benitez.

Score / Goalscorers.

Newcastle United 2 (Gutierrez 41, Sissoko 58), Chelsea 2 (Lampard 55, Mata 61).

Teams / Match facts.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul (G), Mathieu Debuchy, Steven Taylor, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, James Perch, Yohan Cabaye, Yoan Gouffran, Moussa Sissoko , Jonas Gutierrez, Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Gael Bigirimana, Mapou Yanga-M’Biwa, Vurnon Anita, Sylvain Marveaux, Gabriel Obertan, Shola Ameobi.

Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Petr Cech (G), Branislav Ivanovic, Gary Cahill, John Terry (C), Ashley Cole, Ramires, Frank Lampard, Oscar, Juan Mata, Ryan Bertrand, Demba Ba (Fernando Torres 42).

Subs: Ross Turnbull (G), Paulo Ferreira, Cesar Azpilicueta, Nathan Ake, Yossi Benayoun, Marko Marin, Fernando Torres.

Yellow cards: Ramires (30), James Perch (45+3), Ashley Cole (61), Papiss Cisse (61).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Howard Webb.

Attendance: 52,314.

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90 Responses to “Newcastle United vs Chelsea full match video, extended highlights and interviews”

  1. 1
    avatar richie boy says:

    So chuffed with the result. Sissoko was great, his power and intelligence will help us climb the table. Gouffran also looks quite promising.

  2. 2
    avatar sammy d says:

    good performance all round I cant think of anyone who didnt play well

  3. 3
    avatar sammy d says:

    just watched recording of the match from football first, wh was I cackin meself all the way through injury time when i had allready watched it live

  4. 4
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    Demba Ba getting his nose murdered by collo was class ;lol:
    Sissoko looks immense !!
    Imagine these boys managed by a world class manager….be unreal.

  5. 5
    avatar workyticket says:

    sammy d says:
    February 3, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    “just watched recording of the match from football first, wh was I cackin meself all the way through injury time when i had allready watched it live”

    I just get sick of seeing all the Sports Direct signs after a while Sammy.

  6. 6
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    having a debate with meself over who was man of the match collo for breaking ba nose or sissko for his 2 goals lmao

  7. 7
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Fantastique!!! Vive la France!

  8. 8
    avatar chuck says:

    Both Sissoko and Gouffran are getting all the press and why not.
    But lets not forget the most improved youngster in the side, talking bout Santon, who if he does’nt get a senior cap for Italy soon, will be a surprise.
    The kid is full of confidence, great on the ball and picks his passes.
    The pass to Sissoko was brilliant, and from the position he was in was expected by most, myself included, to go directly across the goal.
    But he looked around and saw the open man, the rest is history.
    That plus the fact his defending is improving and having a bit of pace does’nt hurt.
    I was dissapointed to see Enrique leave, another player in a similar vein, pace, could carry the ball in attack, good defender.
    But given a choice between the two, think Santon is, if not the better player, will be soon enough.

  9. 9
    avatar chuck says:

    Toonarmyelite

    Think you have made it clear by now you were happy to see Ba get kicked in the face.
    Tasteless !

  10. 10
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    chuck what ya saying you did not enjoy seeing ba get a good kick lmao

  11. 11
    avatar chuck says:

    Toonarmylight

    I take no pleasure in seeing any player get kicked in the face.
    Actually he twittered the fans thanking those who applauded him and for those who booed him, he simply said, god bless you.
    Perhaps you could learn a lesson from that ?

  12. 12
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    chuck tell that to all them behind the goal that were having a good laugh when ba went off lmao

  13. 13
    avatar workyticket says:

    I agree with Chuck, and I don’t give a flying f*ck what they thought behind the goal. Coloccini knew that he’d kicked his ex team mate full on in the face and he just walked away. He’s a c*nt.

  14. 14
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    to be fair to the fans behind the goal, they probably didn’t realise how bad the injury was, at first.
    they more than likely thought he was taking the mick, and time wasting.

    looking at demba’s nose, he’s probably in absolute agony today, it was some size, by the time he left the pitch.
    collicini did us a favour, with him going off, but i take no pleasure, in seeing someone get hurt, even if he did use this club as a springboard, to supposed better things.
    personally i think he’s dropped the bollock leaving us, and he will warm the bench more often than not, at the bridge.
    added to the fact the spanish waiter wont last long, with “red roman”, at the helm, he could find himself surplus to requirements.

  15. 15
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    <<<<<<<<<<, surgest peeps let the chelsea surports stick up for ba and as for collo being a c.nt think hes a hero meself who cares if he walked away if the boot was on the other foot ba would of done the same

  16. 16
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    worky, makes you wonder how much of a disruptive influence he had become, at the club.
    the lack of empathy shown towards him, by his ex-team mates, spoke volumes.
    i was suprised tbh, even pardew had a wry smile on his face, when refering to it, during his interview.

  17. 17
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    i thought it was the 21st century, or have we travelled back in time, to the 1700′s?
    some of the comments remind me of old time baying mobs, and the type of people who turned up to watch piublic hangings, and lobbing buckets of s**t at people in the stocks etc…

  18. 18
    avatar chuck says:

    Seems the Club has stirred a lot of interest in France.
    Mentioning in the press the name should be changed to Neufchateau and refering to the grey gadgie as Alain Pardiuex.

    I see where we are constantly being subjected to rumors of a return of local lad Carrol.
    Lets hope not, his return would upset the balance of the side, plus the day of the old fashioned center rorward is past.
    He’s fine with BSA who’s direct style he fits in perfectly with.

    Also appears we have refused an offer of under a million quid for Simpson, probably has to do with the fued between Ashley and Whelan.
    Would rather loose him for nothing than see him go to Wigan.
    Shows you how vindictive this guy can be.

    Another foot in mouth statemend By Pardiuex, stating both Cabaye and Sissoko were his best signings, claiming they were the only two players he was desperate to acquire.
    Tha i suppose will be music to the ears of the rest of the side, as more or less being relegated to chopped liver.

    Fraser Forster was happy to move to Celtic and earn a starting position, where his record has been pretty good.
    Of course he was ridiculed by a blog Footy mad, for it.
    They mentioning he’s off to play against Inverness Callie, wher if he had stayed here he could be playing in the PL.
    Forgetting each year he plays against the elite of Europe, having Beaten and drawn with Barcelona and making it through to the final stages of the European Cup.
    Something that is only a dream on NUFC’s horizon.

  19. 19
    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    February 3, 2013 at 4:17 pm

    “some of the comments remind me of old time baying mobs, and the type of people who turned up to watch piublic hangings, and lobbing buckets of s**t at people in the stocks etc…”

    People don’t change Joe. You just have to look at the way a Government of millionaire Tories have persuaded people to vilify seriously ill and disabled people as “scroungers” to see that.

  20. 20
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Thought it was hilarious where Taylor was hit on the arm in the goalmouth scramble towards the end of the game and he got up clutching his b*lls, until that is, he realised the ref hadn’t reacted to it.

    Taylor had a great game though, another French speaking hero!!

  21. 21
    avatar chuck says:

    I dont know !
    It puzzles me to hear people endorse violence in the game.
    Tough physical play, sure, always been part of the British game.
    But to publicly rejoice in someone’s being kicked in the face sez more about certain fans and their attitudes.
    I dont get it !

  22. 22
    avatar chuck says:

    Pool just tied up the game against Citeh, 1-1

  23. 23
    avatar GS says:

    Looking at other blogs i have seen some totally daft comments. We have one good game and suddenly we are world beaters. One was that with our best side we are a match for any team. Another was that Cabaye and Sissoko are as good as any midfield duo in the WORLD. They have started 2 games together for Christs sake. I am not being negative as I really enjoyed the game and it shows how we can play if Pardew doesnt hold us back.

    As for coloccini, I would be surprised if he knew the extent of the damage he had done. Arnt the modern boots like ballet slippers?

  24. 24
    avatar chuck says:

    Yes, it’s clever how it’s done.
    Take for instance the villification of the working class by the working class.
    Simply through the term Charver.
    (To the mortification of Burbury)
    Of course the working class no longer exist, being everyone describes themselves as middle class.
    I’m not sure which is the more stratified society the British Class system or the Indian Cast system ? still.

  25. 25
    avatar danny b says:

    waaaaa ba got a broken nose and nobody cared waaaaaaaaaaaa! he gets paid 80,000 a week i would take a boot the face every fooking week for that and referring it to public hangings when people went to see violence? SERIOUSLY? its a broken nose! if he had head trauma i would understand but why should we give a shit about a ex player who left us getting a bit of a bloddy nose?

  26. 26
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    February 3, 2013 at 4:59 pm

    “Of course the working class no longer exist, being everyone describes themselves as middle class.
    I’m not sure which is the more stratified society the British Class system or the Indian Cast system ? still.”

    This vilification of the working class poor is coming from the United States more than anywhere Chuck. How many times does Obama use the phrase “middle class” compared with “working class?” It’s totally deliberate too. Prisons are just concentration camps for the poor over there.

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    avatar GS says:

    At least Obama doesnt want to arm teachers and cinema ushers :) i know I am making light of a serious subject, but the cr@p that comes out of politicians mouths…

  29. 29
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    aye, everything is done in the name of “social engineering”.
    it does seem to be a burgeoning industry, locking people up.
    i’m suprised at the rise of prisons, that are privately owned, it’s scary stuff!
    is it any wonder that the two countries, who have this so called, “special relationship”, have the biggest prison populations, in the world.

    god forbid the poor americans have any other environmental disasters, because those F.E.M.A camps, look more like concentration camps.

  30. 30
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    danny b, it’s about being a decent human being.

  31. 31
    avatar workyticket says:

    25% of the whole world’s prison population are in US jails, and yet it calls itself “the land of the free”.

    That’s irony for you.

  32. 32
    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    February 3, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    “is it any wonder that the two countries, who have this so called, “special relationship”, have the biggest prison populations, in the world.”

    Joe, the UK is about tenth, though it is the largest in Europe. The US is miles ahead, then China. In terms of the proportion of people being locked up, the US are leaders again, then Russia.

  33. 33
    avatar chuck says:

    Excellent game!
    Which Liverpool were unfortunate not to win, another poor game from Reina.
    Have to say it was all good football, Liverpool beginning to look like they have got the possession game favored by Rodgers.
    The way these sides are shaping up, it appears there will be a lot of competition just to remain in next seasons top ten.
    With sides like Chelsea Arsenal Spurs Man. U. Citeh Liverpool Everton Newcastle, all having ambitions for that place in the top six.
    I would say this season is done and dusted at least as far as who will win the league.
    But next season will be a different story, with Abramovich not happy and a rumored clearout at Citeh.
    plus i’m sure the others will all be looking to strengthen, come the summer.

  34. 34
    avatar Tripp says:

    Worky, that fact is not lost on many of us here in the states. Both liberals and libertarians rail against it. If the neocons continue to nosedive maybe something will be done about. It’s no surprise when prison is a private enterprise.

  35. 35
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    that’s what i read, and picked it up wrong, that’s right worky britain has the biggest prison population in europe.
    i also read that a lot of the people being locked up are mentally ill, and people with learning difficulties.
    there’s nowt like helping people before they get that desperate.

  36. 36
    avatar chuck says:

    Yes i agree not only on the number of those incarcerated, but the fact the death penalty is still common, depending of course, on which state you live in.
    The USA has had a lawless history, one of the reasons there is so much criminality.
    And so called justice was often quick and in many cases fatal.
    However there’s some light at the end of the tunnel.
    Somewhere around half of those incarcerated, are there for drug related crime, mostly small time dealing.
    Of course it being a multi billion dollar industry, and drugs being so demonized in the minds of the average citizen, the legalization will take time.
    Hell those banks who money wash the profits of every importing country and those who legalise the US made profit, well they cant be allowed to have to depend on making an honest living can they?
    But it is curious, that the two major English speaking nations, tend to incarcerate a higher percentage of their populations than others.

  37. 37
    avatar Tripp says:

    And even within the US the incarceration rate varies widely from state to state. The lowest is Maine (273/100,000) and the highest is Louisiana (1100/100,000). Maine’s incarceration rate is close to double that of the UK (154/100,000), for what that’s worth.

  38. 38
    avatar sammy d says:

    FFFS is this a football blog or a political forum lets stick with the game in front of us, I wish demba ba no harm at all but did have a laugh when he was taken off, just as I laughed at AC trying to win a penalty and then getting subbed and laughed like fk at enrique in goal but to suggest that anyone wants to see anyone seriously injured is a bit sad.
    Worky usuall I agree with most things you say but to call colo a cnt for walking away you are truly a ?
    what do you expect him to do? say to the ref sorry howard I kicked him in the face so please send me off so that my team can get fckd up the ring without me.Get real mate,as i said earlier i wish ba no harm but i would rather see him get a broken nose at sjp than a hat trick and anyone who saysdifferent i would question their honesty.In an ideal worldhe would have played shit all day and went home healthy but hey wtf we won chelsea didnt alls fair in love and football

  39. 39
    avatar chuck says:

    Of course in the US whether you go to jail or not depends on how much you are willing to spend to avoid it.
    Equal justice for all under the law, actally means those who can afford the best representation, stand the best chance of avoiding jail.
    I’m sure it’s the same in the UK.
    I remember a recent case where one of the worlds richest, living in London, found his drug addicted wife dead at home.
    The guy was treated with kid gloves, hospitalised,having his lawyers arrange that he would’nt be questioned by the police.
    I assume untill he got his story down pat.
    Does anyone believe, whether he is responsible for his wifes death or not,that a man with so much wealth would spend a day in prison?

  40. 40
    avatar workyticket says:

    sammy d says:
    February 3, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    “I wish demba ba no harm at all but did have a laugh when he was taken off,”

    Sammy, did you have a good laugh when Benny had his leg broken, and de Jong just walked away too? Did you think that was “fair”?

  41. 41
    avatar sampdiago says:

    Lol,didnt want to see demba get plastic surgery from Dr.Colo but thats football,de jong didnt even get sent off for f*%&ing up bennys leg,but there were a few naughty tackles in the game,I wont forget what demba did for us he was going last summer but stayed when we didnt buy,without him we would be where q.p.r are,speaking of which I hear Remy is injured and wont play for a few weeks…shame that…

  42. 42
    avatar sammy d says:

    Come on worky are you realy going to compare a split second decision to try to block a probable goal resulting in a broken nose and 50 minutes off the field of play to a cynical deliberately damage inflicting tackle in a benign situation? God forbid you are starting to make chuck look rational. As i HAVE ALREADY SAID i wish ba all the best as he is a class player and if he won the golden boot this year it would please me more than any other contender at the minute,but broken nose or hat trick? no brainer for me.

  43. 43
    avatar Tripp says:

    The tragedy is that Colo’s vain attempt to clear was completely superfluous. Ba had already got the shot off. It’s quite remarkable that there was no call, but that’s were football’s inflexible rules and lack of technology make it very difficult for the ref. The logical ruling really should have been no penalty shot but Colo’s sending off. That’s impossible without modern, video review and the more flexible rules that it would allow. It would be nice if that aspect of this excellent sport would find its way into the 20th century sometime before the end of the 21st.

  44. 44
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    <<<<<<<<<< sees a lot of ya jumping on collo for trying to clear the ball wonder what a few of the fair weathered dudes here would say if collo made no attempt to clear the ball and what about the 2 footed tackle on jonas,defend ya own comes to mind

  45. 45
    avatar sammy d says:

    too right toonarmyelite

  46. 46
    avatar workyticket says:

    sammy d says:
    February 3, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    “but broken nose or hat trick? no brainer for me.”

    That’s a rather fanciful comparison Sammy, unless you’re trying to suggest that Coloccini cynically kicked Ba in the face to stop him scoring a hatrick, which would have been at least as cynical as de Jong’s scissor tackle? Are you also suggesting that it’s ok for opposition players to kick NUFC players in the face if they look like they’re going to score? Because you can’t have it both ways.

    Anyway, would you be writing the same things if Chelsea HAD been awarded a penalty, and Newcastle had to finish the game with ten men?

    And yes I do know that Ramirez did a studs up tackle and he could have received a red card too, that’s irrelevant.

  47. 47
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    <<<<<<<<< has hankies for anyone wants to have a good weep over mr ba nose lol

  48. 48
    avatar chuck says:

    Just watched a re-run of yesterdays game.
    Is Sissoko the new Ya Ya Toure ?
    Definately MOTM who ran his legs off and deserved it.
    Followed by an equally hard running Sansom, who provided two assists and definately deserves a mention.
    Alez Neufchateau !

  49. 49
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky
    Forget it !
    Wasting your time there.

  50. 50
    avatar Tripp says:

    Yes, that’s true Chuck.

    Good shout about Santon too. He looked very enterprising yesterday and was well rewarded for it.

    It’s going to be interesting to see how Jonas does on the right side of this formation. He seems to have the right attributes for it.

    Just to be clear, I’m not insinuating that Colo’s challenge was cynical and I’m not buying the false dichotomy presented earlier either. I can see why he did it, but he really should have seen red for it. I’m glad he didn’t, but all the same. Chelsea shouldn’t have been awared a penalty for it either, though under the current, arcane rules of the sport, Webb would have had no choice. That’s probably why he swallowed his whistle. It would have been a miscarriage of justice either way.

  51. 51
    avatar chuck says:

    Tripp
    Yes Santon has just been called to the Italian senior squad, that plays against Holland this month.
    Can i call em or can i call em ?

    I tend to believe the actual kick was accidental, it would be an aberration for colo. to attempt to purposely kick anyone in the face i think.
    And having watched the incident again, with video from various angles, came to the decision he possibly did’nt underestand the seriousness of what had happened.
    Same things for the laughing fans behind the goal.
    However for those who have written that they took pleasure in the fact he was injured and have the stupidity to attempt to defend such a position.
    What can i say ?

  52. 52
    avatar chuck says:

    As for Webb’s decision.
    In general i think he’s a decent ref. better thn many.
    However it’s a tough gig, with hard decisions.
    Yes going by the letter of the law he would have had to call a penalty for a high kick and possibly a red card for Colo.
    Are we going to conemn him for taking the easy out instead of opening a hornets nest so late in the game.
    As i said, a tough one.

  53. 53
    avatar chuck says:

    Amstel time,
    but gotta get outta there before the Super Dooper Colossal Astronomical Bowl starts.

  54. 54
    avatar GS says:

    Not surprised that Webb did nothing about either Ramirez or Coloccini incidents. He missed the kung fu kick right in front of him in the world cup final.

    On reflection they both probably should have been sent off but it was better for our entertainment that they stayed on as it helped produce a cracker of a match.

  55. 55
    avatar GS says:

    Regarding Santon, I have to admit you called it Chuck – if he is in the Italian squad as a right sided midfielder as you wanted :)

  56. 56
    avatar workyticket says:

    Tripp says:
    February 3, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    “Just to be clear, I’m not insinuating that Colo’s challenge was cynical and I’m not buying the false dichotomy presented earlier either.”

    Yes, he was hoping to get the ball, and yes, it was a false dichotomy. However, also knew that he could kick him in the face and that it was dangerous play which could cause serious injury, and something he could have been sent off for, leaving the team with ten men. If that had been the case, he wouldn’t have been getting any plaudits for it, and if someone had done it to one of our players, Pardew wouldn’t have been smirking about it either.

    But anyway, that wasn’t what got me started anyway, it was the way he reacted afterwards.

  57. 57
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    February 3, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    “Followed by an equally hard running Sansom, who provided two assists and definately deserves a mention.”

    Well spotted Chuck, but did you also notice Gouffran? Everyone’s gone Sissoko barmy, but Gouffran was also very impressive in that game and though he didn’t provide any assists or score any goals, he easily created the most clear chances in the team, yet he still only has 3% in our current poll.

  58. 58
    avatar chuck says:

    Yeah worky , im working on the premis that as of yet we have’nt seen anything vicious from Colo. and to be fair, he did approach Ba in what appeared to be a concerned manner while he was still down.
    But we will have to leave it at that, i suppose.

    As for Gouffran, yeah i gave him credit, guys got pace and power and i think he has a few goals in him.
    A french Jr. Hoilett.
    Can play behind Cisse, or most anywhere across the midfield.
    It’s good to see a bit of quality in depth for a change.
    We should have HBA back in two or three weeks and can afford to feed him in gradually due to our depth.
    Also with Marveaux playing well, and people like Tiote and Bigi, plus a steadily improving Perch.
    We can afford to platoon certain players, especially those with minor knocks.
    We still have seen nothing of our new defenders Wanga- M”Biwa and Haidara, apart from a few minutes for
    W- M’B. in the villa game.
    So we hopefull have a bit of depth there also.
    It’s probably not good news for the Obertans and Fergusons, even the Ameobi’s and suspect some may be loaned out, even sold.
    But it’s a pleasant change to have such a luxury of who shall i play this week and who knows we may make a serious attempt in the European tournament.

  59. 59
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    February 3, 2013 at 7:05 pm

    “Of course in the US whether you go to jail or not depends on how much you are willing to spend to avoid it.
    Equal justice for all under the law, actally means those who can afford the best representation, stand the best chance of avoiding jail.
    I’m sure it’s the same in the UK.”

    Yes, there is something in that over here too and I’ve saw it alot back in the nineties. I think I’ve mentioned on here before about my friend and another group who nearly got locked up for several years for violent disorder. My friend had a duty solicitor at the start, who told him to plead guilty and hope for a lower custodial sentence. So, I got him a top lawyer who worked pro bono for the right causes. He ripped the lying pigs to shreds. After he’d finished, the Judge slammed his apers down and said “I don’t know why this case has even been brought before me” amongst other expressions of disapporoval and my friend walked free. That isn’t the only one but I’ll spare you the other examples.

    “I remember a recent case where one of the worlds richest, living in London, found his drug addicted wife dead at home.
    The guy was treated with kid gloves, hospitalised,having his lawyers arrange that he would’nt be questioned by the police.
    I assume untill he got his story down pat.
    Does anyone believe, whether he is responsible for his wifes death or not,that a man with so much wealth would spend a day in prison?”

    The Rausing case was very unusual, and your assumptions are wrong in that instance. He admitted preventing his wife from having a decent burial and he did go to prison for it. Incidentally, he was represented by David Cameron’s older brother.

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    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    February 3, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    “Yeah worky , im working on the premis that as of yet we have’nt seen anything vicious from Colo. and to be fair, he did approach Ba in what appeared to be a concerned manner while he was still down.”

    He’s already had a straight sending off this season for a nasty attempted leg breaker on Suarez and he didn’t do a thing when Ba was down, that was Ramirez. He turned his back on him, stopped momentarily to pull his socks up and walked away. Then, when it was plain that something serious had happened he went over, stood over him at looked at him like he was a piece of roadkill.

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    avatar jack72 says:

    am with ToonArmyElite on this one.
    why should Colo give a fk?you lot who condem his actions would be the 1st to slate Colo if he never atempted to clear the danger..fk Ba just like he fkd us off.i was pissing mesell all day n night over it..damn id even put a bid ov a grand in for Capt Colo’s boot n heve it framed on my wall at home,so everytime i felt abit doon in the dumps i would just have to look at that boot to put a smile on my face…fk Ba,fk Chelski…i want that boot!!!!

  62. 62
    avatar workyticket says:

    jack72 says:
    February 4, 2013 at 3:47 am

    “am with ToonArmyElite on this one.”

    Fair enough jack, but if someone puts one of our top strikers out of action with dangerous play and gets away with it scot free, it would be a bit hypocritical to complain about it. ;-)

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    avatar sampdiago says:

    Jack72 lol.Tiotes coming back,so is Benny,so who gets dropped?

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    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Worky, I was one of the 3% who voted for Goufran.

    My rationale for this is that I felt that the defnce wasn’t actually playing to badly but it needed the Midfield to relieve some of the pressure by holding the ball a bit more. Although I thought Sissoko was going to be more of a defender than he is turning out to be.

    I was possibly wrong in the right way. If all of that makes sense!!

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    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    February 4, 2013 at 11:32 am

    “Worky, I was one of the 3% who voted for Goufran.”

    Grumpy, funnily enough, I’ve just written about that for my latest Metro.co.uk blog.

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    avatar Scott says:

    Seen this video doing the rounds of Danny Simpson apparently getting chinned on a night out in Manchester this weekend?

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    avatar pete_toon says:

    jack72 says:
    February 4, 2013 at 3:47 am

    “am with ToonArmyElite on this one.
    why should Colo give a fk?you lot who condem his actions would be the 1st to slate Colo if he never atempted to clear the danger..fk Ba just like he fkd us off”

    And if it was Cole going in boot high at Cisse, presumably you’d be equally OK with that?

    How would you have reacted if Webb had given a penalty and red card? It could, so easily, have gone against us.

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    avatar Scott says:

    Lying face down in the street out cold after a fight in a takeaway at 4 am. Classy.

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    avatar jack72 says:

    scott@66
    i was just ganna mention that Simo got KO’d.seen the photo on twitter earlier,havnt seen the video yet…where can i find it?
    story gan arund is he deserved it by mouthing off at the bouncers.

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    avatar jack72 says:

    pete toon…
    if Colo never made the challenge everyone would be questioning his commitment.i dont think it was intentional…listen in people,how many ov us have been booted in the face or booted someone else in the face while playing football? me personally have been kicked in the lips and connected with a nose whilst playing(niether were intentional) as for Colos reaction…why should he give a fk about Ba? he was probs more worried about getting carded for his effort!!!
    doesnt change the fact I WANT THAT BOOT

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    avatar jack72 says:

    Worky as for how i would feel if it was one ov wor strikers..well Cisse wouldnt stick his heed in were it hurts IMO…if he or anny other did fair play for having the bottle to stick there heed in kna’in there ganna get hurt…at the end ov the day Ba fkd us off when we needed him most.the mug left us in a scrap kna’in we needed his goals,did he giv a fk aboot us…hmmmm NO.so fk him,i hope he’s got a heedache from hell.anyway he should thank Colo coz he can probs smell around corners now :-)

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    avatar pete_toon says:

    jack – I agree that the boot wasn’t intentional, but we were bloody lucky that Webb didn’t award against us. Look how he carded Perch in the first half, and then didn’t card Lampard and Mata for exactly the same “offense” in the second half.

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    avatar workyticket says:

    jack72 says:
    February 4, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    “Worky as for how i would feel if it was one ov wor strikers..well Cisse wouldnt stick his heed in were it hurts IMO”

    Neither did Ba though Jack. He was standing fairly upright when he headed the ball.

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    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    I had to go to A&E with a perforated ear drum after getting kneed in the side of the head during a five a side game. Really fluky accident, couldn’t work out where the loud hissing was coming from till the doctor told me. No booing though! :)

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    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Worky, you’ve done a column about me being one of the 3% who voted for Goufran, blimey you are a caring, thoughtful sort of bloke. ;)

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    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    February 4, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    “Worky, you’ve done a column about me being one of the 3% who voted for Goufran, blimey you are a caring, thoughtful sort of bloke.”

    :lol: No Grumpy! I wrote a blog mentioning how he was only getting 3% of the vote on here, then when into what a good performence he put in on Saturday, why it was a good performance and how we shouldn’t necessarily look on him as some kind of “also ran” behind Sissoko, M’Biwa and Debuchy in our January signings.

    Something like that anyway.

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    avatar joe hawkins says:

    that must have been a good six inch dig that danny took to the jaw.
    i wonder if the bouncer was a boxer?, because he is proper sparked there.
    his mates were daft trying to move him, what happens if he had a fractured skull?

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    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    February 4, 2013 at 3:22 pm

    “his mates were daft trying to move him, what happens if he had a fractured skull?”

    I don’t know if they were his mates Joe as they were saying he was alone. It looks like they were just passers by, and a parasite pointing a smartphone at him to get a quick movie to send into the Stun.

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    avatar GS says:

    Worky: why dont you put the Metro pieces on here?

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    avatar GS says:

    Takeaways at 4am must be the most dangerous places ever. How many stories of footballers getting into bother have there been now? More dangerous than a Danny Guthrie wedding.

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    avatar GS says:

    This might be stating the obvious but there is a chance we could do well. We have 4 players in the current French squad plus Ben Arfa. I bet gouffran and Marveaux are only a few good performaces from being considered. Haidara has played at all levels for France except full. So that is 8 possible French internationals. I watched France against Spain and they did as well as any team i have seen recently.

    England have played boring, uninspired football recently. Would we rather have a core of English players or a core of French players? It is sort of moot as we couldnt afford the English players.

    I know that 5 of the Frenchies have just turned up but there is no way we should be where we are. I mean, we mainly had internationals on the pitch including Cisse, Ba, Jonas, Santon, Anita, Krul, Coloccini. Was it all down to Williamson :)

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    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Worky, yeah I read it and agree with what you say.

    Also read the transfer rumour blog, none of the rumours happened. Hope you do better with the Gee-gees. :)

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    avatar Chuck says:

    It appears we have some bloodthirsty fans here, that combined with a bit of schadenfreude.
    Also and a bit of childish resentment,that any player would want to leave the club, even for double the amount Ashley had on offer.
    The sad part is they see nothing wrong with their anti social behavior.
    Ah well!

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    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    February 4, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    “Worky, yeah I read it and agree with what you say.”

    Cheers Grumpy, you could have left a comment on there though! ;-)

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    avatar Chuck says:

    Worky
    Re-hashing the rant i wrote concerning selling the NUFC brand.
    Mentioning Ashley’s so called great business acumen.
    Just reding where Man U. have approxamately 330 million fans in Asia, of which well over a hundred million live in China.
    330 multiplied by one shirt each= alotta dosh.
    Plus they are about to do a deal with a Chinese bank, that will show the Man.U. logo.
    Plus do a deal with one of chinas richest men Appx.sixteen and a half (quid) billionaire.,advertising a soft drink for his company.
    Plus the fact their stock is showing good returns on the NYSE.
    That my friend is business acumen, not putting up Sports Direct signs all over St. Jsames’ Park and selling cut rate shirts to an already saturated market, which he has’nt attempted to increase.
    Also buying a tenth share in Rangers, an already bankrupt side who could’nt even beat a scot’s third division side recently.
    Oh! yeah he did i believe get the rights to sell their shirts, but the club is going down the drain, so who’s gonna buy them ?
    Business acumen, sure.

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    avatar workyticket says:

    Chuck says:
    February 4, 2013 at 4:44 pm

    “Plus do a deal with one of chinas richest men Appx.sixteen and a half (quid) ”

    £16.50. Wow, that’s a mega deal Chuck. :lol:

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    avatar Chuck says:

    Read it again, sixteen and a half (quid) Billionaire.

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    avatar tunyc says:

    Whatever the circumstances folks, reveling in the apparent and serious physical discomfort of others is at least borderline sociopathic. If Colo had done that to me, I’d want to beat him senseless as soon as I recovered…if he’s around next season he might think twice about turning his back on Demba.

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    avatar workyticket says:

    tunyc says:
    February 5, 2013 at 10:01 pm

    “Whatever the circumstances folks, reveling in the apparent and serious physical discomfort of others is at least borderline sociopathic.”

    tunyc, if you go on what people type on the Internet, a very large chunk of the world’s population would be borderline sociopaths, or even just sociopaths. ;-)

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