Newcastle United vs Hull City extended match highlights and interviews

Posted on September 21st, 2013 | 9 Comments |

Long “Match of the Day” highlights.

Newcastle United vs Hull City full match video.

Alternative highights.

Highlights of the game between Newcastle United and Hull City at St James’ Park. I will update these with better ones when they become available.

Post match interviews.

A sick as a parrot Alan Pardew.

An over the moon Steve Bruce.

A second post match interview with Steve Bruce, this time with Gary Lineker.

Alan Pardew: “We started really, really well but then we dropped down a gear after our goal and that caused us problems for the rest of the game. Third gear is not enough in this league against any side.

“You look for consistency and this team is a good team but we lack a bit of consistency and that is what gets you results.

“I have to pay tribute to Hull, they did a lot of things very well today. We had a chance to pinch a point but it just fell to Loic Remy a bit quick.

“We have to regroup and make sure we’re ready for the next one.”

Steve Bruce: “I’m absolutely delighted I have to say. I’ve been really happy with the way we’ve played all season.

“We created a lot of chances today and we thoroughly deserved our win.

“I’m a Geordie at the end of the day and I’ve always enjoyed coming back, apart from last time (when his Sunderland side lost 5-1 to the Magpies) but today was very satisfying.

“George Boyd did wonderfully well and Aluko’s shot went in off the post. I think he can light up this league.”

Score and goalscorers.

Newcastle United 2 (Remy 10, 44), Hull City 3 (Brady 26, Elmohamady 48, Aluko 76).

Teams and other match facts.

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Davide Santon; Vurnon Anita, Moussa Sissoko, Yohan Cabaye (Yoan Gouffran 60); Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse (Sylvain Marveaux 73), Loic Remy.

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

Hull City (4-5-1): Allan McGregor (G); Ahmed Elmohamady, Curtis Davies (C), James Chester, Liam Rosenior; Sone Aluko, Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore, Stephen Quinn (George Boyd 64), Robbie Brady (David Meyler 73); Danny Graham (Yannick Sagbo 84).

Subs: Steve Harper (G), Alex Bruce, Abdoulaye Faye, David Meyler, George Boyd, Nick Proschwitz, Yannick Sagbo.

Yellow cards: Tom Huddlestone (89)

Red cards: None.

Referee: Martin Atkinson (Bradford).

Attendance: 51,523.

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9 Responses

  1. Oh well, this might put a smile on the faces of some of you after a disappointing day.

    “Clueless” Blunderland and Di Canio face off with completely hacked off Mackems :lol:

  2. Funny old game innit !

    I imagine just about everyone expected a win to-day.
    Having recently beat two nowhere sides.

    And when we took the lead, with Remy looking better than we have seen yet, showing both pace and the ability to take his chances, many though it was in the bag.

    As it turned out, the difference was, a side with more talent lost to a side that was better organized.

    Yep! though we did manage to play some decent football, with some excellent long, on the ground thread the needle passing, we still look like we are making it up as we go along.

    Yeah! no real change, no real organization, defensively naïve, with both Santon and Debuchy, failing to track back much of the time.

    Seems we have gone from a side that parks the bus to one that solely concentrates on an attacking game.

    HBA, was awful, Cabaye didn’t impress, but both Sissoko and Anita were the exceptions to the rule, working hard,
    with Anita spraying the ball around and Sissoko carrying it out of our own end.

    Remy showed he can take his opportunities and will only get better.

    As for Cisse, I would have replaced him with either, Gouffran or Marveaux much earlier, it appears he has lost all confidence and as I stated here before I don’t like the 4-4-2 using two strikers

    Someone mentioned why didn’t Pardew bring on Tiote earlier, my question is why was he, a defensive player, brought on when we were trailing and in need of someone who could score?

    So the fact is though we didn’t actually resort to hoofball, it was obvious that Pardew can’t change, he doesn’t know how and why prolong the agony , fire his ass!

    The alternative is a repeat of last seasons scenario, we do have the players to reflect a top ten side, but not with this clown in charge.

  3. I think we’ll end on around 48 points this season and be safe reasonably early taking some spankings on the way. But we can score goals and it’s not unbearable to watch compared to last season.

  4. lets face it we where undone by two goals you would not expect to be scored by a team like hull.
    very good set play and world class volley!

    agree pardew hasn’t a clue how to affect a game positively from the bench

  5. Nice to see the mackems get stuffed, as usual, but I did feel a bit sorry for Il Duce. At least he’s trying to engage with the fans rather than blame them, or trying to pretend that there’s nothing wrong.

    I think it might have finally dawned in him that he’s bought a load of spineless jessies to add to the ones he inherited (along with the odd nutter like Cattermole).

    If he’s going to get anything out of that shower of sh|te, it’ll be through mollycoddling them – not pointing out that none of them have a backbone.

  6. DarthBroon says:
    September 21, 2013 at 10:33 pm

    “Nice to see the mackems get stuffed”

    Thise little Mackem faces contorted with angst and rage were a little scary though, Darth. I wouldn’t show that bit to children. I was just watching more of it on match of the day as well :-)

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