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Aston Villa vs Newcastle United extended match highlights and interviews

Posted on September 14th, 2013 | 55 Comments |

Extended ‘Match of the Day’ highlights from Saturday afternoon’s game between Aston Villa and Newcastle United at Villa Park.

Alternative highlights.

Alternative extended highlights of the game.

Shorter highlights.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew.

Paul Lambert.

Score and goal scorers.

Aston Villa 1 (Benteke 67), Newcastle United 2 (Ben Arfa 18, Gouffran 73).

Teams and other Match facts.

Aston Villa: Brad Guzan (G), Matthew Lowton, Ron Vlaar, Jores Okore, Antonio Luna, Karim El Ahmadi (Libor Kozak 66), Ashley Westwood, Gabriel Agbonlahor, Fabien Delph, Christian Benteke, Andreas Weimann.

Subs: Jed Steer (G), Ciaran Clark, Leandro Bacuna, Niklas Helenius, Yacouba Sylla, Aleksandar Tonev, Libor Kozak.

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon; Vurnon Anita (Cheick Tiote 75), Moussa Sissoko, Yohan Cabaye (Sammy Ameobi 89); Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse, Loic Remy (Gouffran 62).

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Steven Taylor, Cheick Tiote, Sylvain Marveaux, Sammy Ameobi, Yoan Gouffran.

Yellow cards: Fabien Delph (33), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (38), Yohan Cabaye (56), Mathieu Debuchy (70), Yoan Gouffran (90).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Mike Dean.

Attendance: 37,554.

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  1. Dokky says:
    September 14, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    “Worky you watching the boxing tonight? 2 great fights are on”

    Dokky, I know that Mayweather and some ginger Mexican gadgie is one of them, who’s the other?

    I’ll probably be too busy. If I’m not out I’ll be here writng stuff up for here and the Metro. :-(

  2. @dokky,whos fighting?,happy to be ableto enjoy watching my team today,lots of effort which is what the fans want,Just want to point out at the start of the season and most of the last I slated cisse.My personal view is that he doesn’t try hard enough and thinks just skill will get him goals,but he is offside too much and misses sitters because he lacks awareness.I would take shola at the moment over cisse as he would play with more effort,knowing he will have to call it a day soon.When did cisse last score in open play for us?

  3. I thought Gouffran played really well again. Apart from that sitter he missed against West Ham, I think he has been really impressive. Shola and Jonas should not get a look in now, but it is Pardew after all, so who knows?

  4. @sampdiago mayweather vs canelo and matthyse vs garcia they sold out the stadium just for the weigh ins gonna be a great card

  5. GS says:
    September 14, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    “Worky: thanks for updating the table. That 20th place has made my day.”

    If you mean the Premier League table it updates itself, GS.

  6. @dokky,nice one,wasted time watching fightmaster with the promise of a final during Fridays bellator show and got nothing.I would love to watch mayweather punch Fatman and Parrot in the face,but I will accept somebody elses blood…

  7. Nice to get the win, though against a side that in no way resembled the one who recently beat Arsenal.
    But all credit to Newcastle, who clearly were the better side and deserved all three points.
    Playing a brand of football that looked decent, not the direct style we are accustomed to.
    Perhaps it’s a result of having plenty of time to practice, or the recent additions are beginning to settle in.
    Certainly a more cohesive looking side.
    Got a bit concerned at the start of the second half, when Villa applied some pressure, which reminded me of the usual bar the gate tactics, using ten men behind the ball.
    But we survived the pressure and applied some of our own.
    Felt a bit sorry for both Luna and Clarke, who were tormented by HBA for much of the game.
    What can you say about the guy, he was terrific, certainly entertained the hell outta me.
    Fact is most of the side played well, though i’m not a fan of having two strikers on together, would have preferred to see Cisse sit , play Marveaux on the right and slot HBA behind Remy.
    But i’m not complaining as we can now count on some quality players on the bench, as injuries will come.

  8. GS says:
    September 14, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    “Alan says that was the first time we have been able to play 4-3-3 since Ba left.”

    Gouffran has played well on both flanks of an attacking front three at Bordeaux, as he did today. Didn’t he score as well?

  9. Dokky

    You sure you are on the right blog ?
    This is about football, which includes all of the PL sides.

    There must be a professional boxing blog somewhere, where perhaps you can find somebody who cares.

  10. The post match interviews are up now.

    Chuck, behave yourself and stop being a hypocrite. You know perfectly well that you have written on many topics far removed from football on here in the past. You are one of the greatest offenders.

  11. lol at chuck, get a life old man picking fights with people you don’t know on the internet! What a sad old man you are :)

  12. Now now Dokky, let’s not escalate the situation. He’s had a go at you, you’ve had a go at him so now it’s even. So let’s all just calm down now and sing some happy songs around the campfire. :-)

    Alan Pardew’s actually won two football games in a row FFS and you two are throwing your toys at each other!

  13. Funny its like a week is a long time in politics AND Football .
    If we had converted in the dire match v the hammers we would be equal top with arse !

    Fanny old game greavsie eh ?

    Great finishing by gouffran and ben arfa is on fire ! so who will buy him in January window eh ??

  14. i apologise worky. I think he took offence to my comment yesterday lol. But i know and a win away! Now im hoping for canelo to……… oops sorry il fight a boxing blog :)

  15. This is what Pardew said that I thought was strange:

    “A marquee signing would have taken us into our overdraft facility. That was something we really didn’t want to do, although there were two or three bids that went in that would have definitely put us in that.

    ‘There was the will there, but I don’t want to say any more than that. I don’t want to affect our fans any more than they’ve been affected. They’re disappointed, but we still carry a team that can have a successful season.”

  16. Dokky says:
    September 14, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    “Now im hoping for canelo to……… oops sorry il fight a boxing blog”

    Don’t worry about it Dokky. As I’ve mentioned already, and as you’ve probably noticed, we gan on about allsorts on here. Chuck’s favourite is the friggin’ Mau Mau uprising in the 1950s so I don’t why why he’s moaning about boxing.

  17. GS says:
    September 14, 2013 at 10:10 pm

    “This is what Pardew said that I thought was strange:”

    With Pardew it might become easier to understand if you presume that he presumes that we Geordies are as thick as shite and he can say anything vaguely specious and we’ll swallow it?

    It’s not as strange as some of the things he’s said about Cabayegate.

  18. Worky: give me a few examples. I remember him saying he was world class and pumping him up for a sale and then Ashley does the complete opposite of what you would expect and lets him hear the phone calls. Do they even know what they are doing?

    At least it was an enjoyable game, even if on a shite feed. Have to go out but I will watch your highlights later. Thanks for that.

    NBC have done a deal with the cable company where I can live stream every Newcastle game to my giant TV. EVERY F@CKING GAME. And what is more, if Alan can just not f@ck it up, it looks like there might be one or two worth watching.

  19. GS says:
    September 15, 2013 at 12:23 am

    “Worky: give me a few examples. I remember him saying he was world class and pumping him up for a sale and then Ashley does the complete opposite of what you would expect and lets him hear the phone calls. Do they even know what they are doing?”

    GS, you don’t “know” that at all.

    A BBC reporter on Twitter tweeted he’d “heard” that Ashley had let Cabaye listen in to negotiations between Newcastle and Arsenal, and Arsenal allegedly said they were never going to pay £20 million for a reserve player. All of that was within 140 characters and that was the basis of ALL the stories.

    I’ve already explained the main reason why Pardew’s words about the Cabaye situation don’t make any sense several times, both on here and on the Metro. If he really wanted to protect Cabaye, he wouldn’t have come out and said in public that he was protecting him from being savaged by fans because that is saying straight away that he is on strike. It’s an obvious contradiction and obvious shit, yet alot of fans are so thick they just don’t seem to get it.

  20. “Our home form since I’ve been at the football club has been brilliant” – Pardnocchio in his post match interview.

    How can he stand there and say that to millions without feeling like a complete arse? I don’t care if we’ve scraped two victories in a row, he needs a very hard slap from someone with a hand like a shovel, he really does.

  21. Dokky says:
    September 15, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    “stayed up till 6.15 and all the fights was crap!”

    Not the first time I’ve heard that one Dokky. :-)

    You’re skating on very thin ice. If you keep going on about boxing, I might start subjecting you to some of my boxing stories and you don’t want that! :-)

  22. LOL worky lets get back to the great news that we undefeated in 4 games with letting in 1 goal! We gonna win the league :)Pardew deserves another manager of the month award to stick on his mantelpiece

  23. Watched the Chewsey vs Everton game, where the great one’s side was beaten by the guy most on here don’t think much of, you remember the guy who won the FA cup, with a team cobbled together for two bob.
    We are due to meet Everton in the next couple of weeks, should be a measure of how good we really are.
    It’s yet a bit too early to evaluate sides, as many have recent additions, signed during the summer or recently and have yet to adapt to both tactics and a new league.
    But from early results there are only two out of twenty teams without a loss, that’s Martinez’ and Rodgers sides.
    Hmmm.
    Guess i’m just a good judge of managerial talent, but on saying that, it’s a long season, a marathon, rather than a sprint and a lot of games in between.
    Have to say, the self promoter who promised us attacking football did in fact produce some interesting attacking football yesterday.
    They lacked he crisp passing football as played by Arsenal, Liverpool, Etc. nevertheless practice makes perfect.
    Not that I agree with his lineup either, as I think two center forwards up front is an outdated tactic.
    And would have had Marveaux on the right Gouffran on the left and HBA directly behind Remy.
    With Either Anita and Cabaye behind the forwards or Either of the two with Sissoko.
    Of course using horses for courses, which could include Tiote, with Bigirimana and Sammy given some time in order to develop.
    I think we have a bit of quality in depth which with a few additions, would give us a competitive side and one that could compete again in both cup ties and in Europe.

  24. chucklebutty says:
    September 15, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    “Watched the Chewsey vs Everton game, where the great one’s side was beaten by the guy most on here don’t think much of, you remember the guy who won the FA cup, with a team cobbled together for two bob.”

    Well Pardew’s beaten Chelsea more than once, and he made it to the Cup Final so that must make him a managerial genius too. :-)

    “Not that I agree with his lineup either, as I think two center forwards up front is an outdated tactic.”

    It was 4-3-3 with Cisse as CF, flanked by the left footed Benny on the right and the right footed Remy on the left. When the similarly right footed Gouffran came on, he kept cutting in even more than the other two, playing very centrally more or less alongside Cisse. Meanwhile, the two full backs got right up the pitch, squeezing the middle three into the centre circle.

  25. Dokky

    Coulda told you before the fight started, the old man Mayweather, a master boxer would do enough to beat any of the present pretenders, that includes Manny Pacquiao
    and the guy who recently took his title J. Manuel Marquez.
    Who he beat, getting a unanimous decision four years ago.
    You would have done better to watch the replays of their three fights, or the Cotto vs Margarita bout, or for that matter any of the retro fights of this possibly best division in boxing.
    Because to watch a Mayweather fight is to watch a masterclass in boxing, not a real contest.

  26. Worky

    I believe there are various combinations that one could use, now that we have some depth in the midfielder/ forward lineup.
    Using whichever would work against the particular side we play against.
    Plus no one seems to know what to do with Sissoko ?
    I believe with the right coaching and lineup, he has the possibility of becoming a decent Patrick Viera type of player.
    As for HBA, obviously a playmaker/scorer, a modern day
    Beardsley, not a Ginola or Robert, who were genuine wingers, but someone who can either set up goals or score them who plays behind the lone striker.
    Plus we could do with a couple of Wingers, who can both stretch the defenders and are capable of taking the ball to the line.
    The idea is to be able to utilize the entire side according to the opposition and using all three subs, especially giving the youngsters some cameo roles.
    It’s good to have players competing for spots plus knowing that because they didn’t start doesn’t mean they are bench players.

  27. Too bad we were unable to sign Aubameyang, seems to have slotted in perfectly with Dortmund, getting two goals yesterday.

  28. After the massive success of the Silver Haired Genius’s latest supreme tactical ploys, the next meeting of the Alan Pardew Appreciation society is being moved to a new venue.

    It will be held in an unspecified (as yet) bus shelter with the addition of another seat to satisfy the increased demand to attend these meetings.

    Is there no stopping this silver haired master in his virtuoso display of the beautiful game.

    The sky is the limit for Sir (surely at some point) Alan of Geordieland.

  29. chucklebutty says:
    September 15, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    “Plus we could do with a couple of Wingers, who can both stretch the defenders and are capable of taking the ball to the line.”

    You want “modern” football one minute and Stanley Matthews at outside right getting chalk on his boots the next. Make your bloody mind up! :-)

    As I’ve already explained to you, the wingers in the side like Benny and Gutierrez have nearly always been playing on their wrong foot and cutting in to get on their good foot like James Brown, rather than naturally crossing it from near the line, hence they won’t look like the kind of wingers you are writing about.

    As I’ve also explained, exceptions to this have been Gabriel Obertan and your little favourite, Ferguson. They have nearly always played on the same side as their feet ie left footed Fergie on the left and right footed Obertan on the right, where they have looked more like the wingers you mean.

  30. Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    September 15, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    “The sky is the limit for Sir (surely at some point) Alan of Geordieland.”

    Grumpy, I remember when Toonsy was on here and he once had the cheek to refer to Kevin Nolan as “King Kev.” He got a two or three very stiff comments from halfwits along the lines of “How dare you refer to Nolan by the same name as wor messiah!” If you’re referring to Alan Pardew as “Sir Alan of Geordieland” you might get something similar from the hardcore fundamentalists of the Al Sheera martyrs brigade.

    Is this little series of yours going to be like Coronation Street or Crossroads? I mentioned Crossroads as I was watching the death of Miss Diane earlier. She was killed off after asking for a payrise as the producers of Crossroads were like Ashley.

    They don’t make ’em like they used to!

  31. @chuck

    we never stood a chance of signing PEA, he’d made it clear last september that he wanted to move to a team in the champions league.

    and he moved to one with the blessing and thanks of all st etienne fans having helped them win their first major trophy for over 30 years.

  32. stewpot says:
    September 15, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    “@chuck

    we never stood a chance of signing PEA, he’d made it clear last september that he wanted to move to a team in the champions league.”

    We had more of a chance of signing my Wilf, even fatty would be happy with the wages he’s getting at Swansea and he would have been perfect with Benny. He’s been scoring a goal every 98.25 minutes on average for Swansea so far.

  33. Yesterday showed that even with the Silver Pox as manager we have the quality in the team to compete with these new “modern managers”. I am not going to slate Clarke after 4 f@cking games just as I am not going to anoint Martinez after one win and Brentan after a couple of decent games and quite a lucky win against Villa.

  34. WORKY

    Go back and read what I said, wingers if properly used can stretch defenses and they are (unless you are Barcelona) still employed by most sides and tell me what was wrong with Stanley Mathews ?
    What i’m not advocating is the 2-3-5 formation of the fifties in which he played, or for that matter I have never been a fan of the two striker 4-4-2 system.
    It only compliments direct football, or hoofball.
    Yes SBR used it , but he had Seamus Given who could place a goal kick at the feet of Shearer (he was in turn accused of playing hoofball by ignoramus’fans) while Shearer held the ball up, letting Bellamy run the channels.
    He also had two great wingers, who could both score and play the perfectly weighted pass, Robert and Nobby.
    We have had this discussion before where I complained about using people like Jonas and Santon, both right footed, on the left.
    Whereas you favored it, are you now reversing yourself ?
    We have seen the result by betting your ass that when either carry the ball up field, they end up by cutting to the center, usually running into a crowd.
    There is no advantage in having a right footed player playing on the left wing so I have no idea why you had advocated it.
    As for young Ferguson, a youngster who is presently playing well for both Birmingham and NI, who should be at the club, but Ashley doesn’t want to pay his wages.
    Along with others, cheap prick!
    Any how he is the kind of winger we could use, as neither Marveaux or Gouffran are genuine wingers, more attacking inside midfielders, as is HBA.
    Yes of course they can be used as wingers, but you may remember when Ferguson got a Cameo role he did very well, getting a number of assists.
    It’s not a case of going back in time , but using space to stretch defenses and we all know the most dangerous ball come from close to the line across the goalmouth, that for the most part come from a wide player.

  35. Stewpot

    Yeah your right, just thought I would give him a mention (PEA) as I guess Carr had this one right also.

    Reading the football news, here is our sleazy manager spouting shit again, he is saying things like Cabaye is our Rooney ffs.
    Lighten up Al, most of the fans are happy he’s still here, even though a bit miffed by he whole episode.
    So you can dummy up, it ain’t necessary and makes you sound like the clown that you actually are.

    But with the way Wor Hatem is playing, time for a new contract, as the Cabaye situation is sure to be repeated come the winter window.
    That goes for Santon also, getting better by the game and won’t be long before he gets covetous eyes, checking him out.

    From the fact Wor Jonas (is he injured) is being ignored and we are hearing things about Pilkington at Norwich, does this mean his days are numbered?
    Looking at things from a purely business sense, it may be time to move him while he is still worth something, or let him go back to Argentina on a free.

  36. GS

    Sit or get off the pot, say something you believe or are you going to hedge your bets forever, this is not the market place, you got nothing to lose except your rep. as far as football is concerned.

  37. Chuck: I think Brentan has something about him and should be a relative success. He might win a cup or get into Europe but there are other stronger teams that will stop him winning the league – Chelsea, Citeh, maybe Man U, Spurs and Arse. As I have said before, he has won nowt yet so I don’t get your unswaying admiration.

    I like Martinez but his teams always look like they could be only a game away, or a bad 20 minutes away from a hammering. I think Everton will be the same as Wigan, world-beaters in the odd game and goats in next.

    I haven’t thought much about Clarke and Lambert.

    As for Pardew, he is his own worst enemy. His arrogance will prevent him being a success. When he listens to others and plays to our strengths we can look good. If he can play an attacking style with a settled team we can go on a run. Then he will get some confidence and think it is all about him and revert to type, altering formations and making bizarre substitutions etc. We will never have success with Alan Pardew.

    All I was saying is that you were crowing after 4 games and not mentioning your faves who are not doing so well.

  38. chuck says:
    September 16, 2013 at 5:05 am

    “It only compliments direct football, or hoofball.
    Yes SBR used it , but he had Seamus Given who could place a goal kick at the feet of Shearer (he was in turn accused of playing hoofball by ignoramus’fans)”

    Chuck, I don’t remember Bobby Robson being “accused of playing hoofball by ignoramus’fans”? A few did say he was too old, had lost the dressing room etc…

    “We have had this discussion before where I complained about using people like Jonas and Santon, both right footed, on the left.
    Whereas you favored it, are you now reversing yourself ?”

    You didn’t though Chuck, I was the person who pointed that out to you when you said we didn’t have any proper wingers. You’re making it up as you go along again.

  39. GS

    That’s what i’m talkin bout, say what you believe.

    Worky,

    I may not have worded my thought’s right, you misunderstood, what I meant was “Given” was the one accused of constantly hoofing the ball.
    Bobby Robson in turn knew what he was doing, playing to the strengths of the side he put together around Shearer.
    And yes it was a direct style of football, no doubt.

    And no go back and check, I clearly voiced the opinion, that using both Jonas and Santon on the left was a poor decision, whereas you voiced the argument that other sides had used that particular situation successfully.
    It was I believe a mistake on your part that you now demy making, check it out.

  40. chuck says:
    September 16, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    “And no go back and check, I clearly voiced the opinion, that using both Jonas and Santon on the left was a poor decision, whereas you voiced the argument that other sides had used that particular situation successfully.
    It was I believe a mistake on your part that you now demy making, check it out.”

    Chuck, your constant revisionism is laughable. You copy bits of things I have written months ago, then try to suggest that I was saying the opposite and worst of all, that I am not telling the truth. If anyone ever took you seriously, I might have been little offended by that! :-)

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