Newcastle United vs Liverpool full match video, highlights and interviews

Match highlights.

‘Match of the Day’ highlights from Saturday’s Newcastle United vs Liverpool game at St James’ Park.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew.

Brendan Rodgers.

Score and goal scorers.

Newcastle United 2 (Cabaye 23, Dummett 56), Liverpool 2 (Gerrard 42 (P), Sturridge 72).

Teams and other match facts.

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mike Williamson, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Davide Santon; Yohan Cabaye (Vurnon Anita 78), Cheick Tiote, Moussa Sissoko (Paul Dummett 44); Yoan Gouffran, Hatem Ben Arfa (Sammy Ameobi 78), Loic Remy.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Vurnon Anita, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Papiss Cisse, Shola Ameobi.

Liverpool (3-4-1-2): Simon Mignolet (G); Kolo Toure, Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho (Luis Alberto 63); Glen Johnson, Jordan Henderson, Steven Gerrard (c), Aly Cissokho; Victor Moses; Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge

Subs: Brad Jones (G), Jon Flanagan, Martin Kelly, Daniel Agger, Joe Allen, Raheem Sterling, Luis Alberto.

Yellow cards: Steven Gerrard (45+1), Yoan Gouffran (67).

Red cards: Mapou Yanga Mbiwa (40).

Referee: Andre Marriner.

Attendance: 51,703

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  1. 1
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Noticed your contribution on Ed’s blog WT.

    http://www.nufcblog.com/2013/10/19/kinnear-explains-why-newcastle-are-now-a-small-club/

    I’ve added my thoughts on the issue of low commercial revenues. Two things stand out for me.

    1. The lengths to which the regime are prepared to spin this “We cant compete” shite
    2. As shown by the responses, there are worrying numbers of fans who are prepared to lap it up !

    As I’ve said before there were reasons why Fatman jettisoned Virgin after one year of a two year contract and opted for a lesser deal with a loan shark company with a dubious reputation and I’m sure there’s collusion on the kit front with Puma too.
    In the latest set of accounts what are the commercial income figures and what if anything does Puma contribute ?

  2. 2
    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    October 20, 2013 at 4:13 pm

    “I’ve added my thoughts on the issue of low commercial revenues. Two things stand out for me.

    “1. The lengths to which the regime are prepared to spin this “We cant compete” shite
    “2. As shown by the responses, there are worrying numbers of fans who are prepared to lap it up !”

    Andy, as I’ve mentioned on these pages more than once already, you can make people believe almost anything if you repeat it often enough, and they’ll repeat often enough! And as Hitler (and Goebbels after him) correctly observed, the bigger the lie, the more chance it actually has of being believed as virtually no-one will believe someone would state something ridiculous if it wasn’t true. It’s psychology and a PR maxim, though like the Emperor’s new clothes, there’s usually a cheeky bairn who spots the nakedness.

    It’s a campaign, Pardew in his big interview with Sky Sports, then Kinnear in his programme notes, the media will keep repeating it it over and over and the drip drip drip will eventually become received wisdom.

    “As I’ve said before there were reasons why Fatman jettisoned Virgin after one year of a two year contract and opted for a lesser deal with a loan shark company with a dubious reputation and I’m sure there’s collusion on the kit front with Puma too.
    “In the latest set of accounts what are the commercial income figures and what if anything does Puma contribute ?”

    You’ve got to have evidence and of course, Ashley likes to keep things highly opaque. I don’t know the exact figure Puma contribute in isaloation and I’m not sure about that one at all, though it would be very interestong to know.

    As you might know already, Adidas and Puma were founded by two brothers who became very fierce rivals. Puma have been chipping away at Adidas, Nike and others in a huge effort to capture kit contracts for football clubs all over the world over the past few seasons.

  3. 3
    avatar chuck says:

    We can’t compete with the top clubs, as our revenues are less.

    There’s a certain truth in the fact clubs who buy the best players, have a better opportunity to win silverware.

    But tell that to sides like Southampton, Hull , Villa and Swansea, doing well against top opposition.

    Plus of course our equivalent Everton, who constantly use the same, we have no money cry.

    But by hiring decent managers, almost always finish above us.

    And why is it that clubs like Liverpool have higher revenues, with lower gates playing in a two club city.

    Because they are winners, with a history of winning silverware, whereas we have been perennial losers.

    Would you prefer to wear the shirt of a winner or loser when choosing a club to support.

    Plus look at the management group at this club and compare how well run in comparison to other clubs we are.

    FFS wor Joe and Pardew, the only point in there favor is they came cheap, apart from that, useless.

    But it suit’s Ashley as he still believes (even after Pardews rant to the contrary) that he will eventually prove everyone wrong.

    The very fact spokespersons from the club have openly admitted there is no plan to compete for silverware, with a team that has been starved of success for over fifty years, is incredibly stupid.

    The equivalent of telling starving people they are going to have to tighten their belts.

    Stupid is as stupid does and Ashley is the one responsible, Joe and Pardew are just the symptoms.

    It should be obvious to anyone , where the problem comes from, a lack of top management, no idea of how to expand the brand, (try a side that wins things, that gets attention) a winning side that plays attractive football, will earn money, a mediocre side and things remain static, with no progress.

    My recommendations are a clean sweep of top management and ffs go and hire people who are professional with track records, and take a step back while they show how it’s done.
    We should be a top six side, with the possibility of both commercial and football success with the right people at the helm, not a bunch of cheap shysters, who omly do business with cheap shysters and in turn, make the fans look like idiot’s by offering a shirt that advertises a loan shark operation.

  4. 4
    avatar Phisix says:

    Surely Mike can afford to splash the cash to compete?

  5. 5
    avatar workyticket says:

    My latest piece on the Metro:

    http://metro.co.uk/2013/10/20/yohan-cabaye-and-mike-williamson-excel-for-newcastle-united-against-liverpool-4153622/

    Unfortunately, it has been mangled by the Metro’s moronic sub-editors once again, who are afflicted by the delusion they can actually write. It’s no wonder they can’t even give the ****ing newspaper away as everyone reads the Evening Standard instead.

    I’m really ****ed off with it now.

  6. 6
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    I was mistaken, thought Williamson was the player between Suarez and Sturridge, when in fact it was Dummett.
    Actually Williamson was just crossing into the box, when the goal was scored, having had Suarez go by him like he was a permanent fixture, laying the ball off to Moses, picking up the return give and go and putting it on Sturridge’s foot in between Dummitt and Santon.
    All of which took place before lightening fast Williamson could recover and trot to-wards the box.
    Now if that’s your version of a player excelling, so be it, obviously our judgment differs.
    I cant say he was directly responsible, though certainly takes some blame, however he was responsible for the Cardiff goal.
    A goal here , a goal there, is why we cant afford to hang on to this liability and your mistaken praise,
    “leading the defence” is not helping, as some people may in fact believe it the case.

  7. 7
    avatar AndyMac says:

    “Getting back to Cabaye though, those two goals were the fruits of him pulling the strings for most of the game, until he was pulled off by Pardew in the 78th minute.

    “Getting pulled off by Pardwho” is presumably one of the sweeteners Yohan accepted after the Arsenal target was welcomed back with open arms ?

  8. 8
    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    October 20, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    “Getting pulled off by Pardwho”

    I never called him “Pardwho!” are you physically incapable of typing out his real name now?

    Andy, Sir Jason Toon made some frankly disgusting comments on here the other day and I think he might have had a bad influence on me there. I’m surprised they left it in.

  9. 9
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 20, 2013 at 10:26 pm

    “Worky

    “I was mistaken,”

    Aye, you usually are, Chuck! :-)

    Just to get this straight, does this mean that Paul Dummett is “slower than molasses” as well as Mike Williamson? Or is the player only slower than molasses when it’s Mike Williamson?

  10. 10
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    Any think the teams plays better with tiote as captain,its not often you can put a case for 4 or 5 of our players for motm

  11. 11
    avatar chuck says:

    We are discussing Williamson not Dummett, who were both in different positions as Suarez breezed by our “leading the defence” (god forbid) CD , I believe a more appropriate name than your nick name “Iron” Mike, should be changed to “Leaden” Mike.
    And what took him so long to get back after being passed, is that your idea of leading, seemed more like trailing.

  12. 12
    avatar chuck says:

    Yes Army, Tiote had one of his best displays against Pool.
    And without collecting a card yet!
    Now he should practice looking around for the appropriate pass and take a few practice shots on goal, as he does have a pretty hard shot.

  13. 13
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    thought williamson put in a solid display meself won most of the balls in the air,and thats what hes there to do in my opion

  14. 14
    avatar workyticket says:

    TOONARMYELITE says:
    October 20, 2013 at 11:56 pm

    “its not often you can put a case for 4 or 5 of our players for motm”

    Toon, I didn’t have much doubt personally, I thought that Cabaye was the man of the match.

    TOONARMYELITE says:
    October 21, 2013 at 5:41 am

    “thought williamson put in a solid display meself won most of the balls in the air,and thats what hes there to do in my opion”

    He took his tackles well too, Toon. Chuck tends to go on image rather than football and Williamson just doesn’t have the right image, so he’ll never do well in Chuck’s eyes.

  15. 15
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    A good performance from the team, Although Liverpool didn’t turn up in the first half, But still managed to create a few chances.
    The sending off had a massive bearing on proceedings, But pulling down a player in your own box, Even if it is a bit soft, You run the risk!
    We ere hanging on a bit towards the end, But you can expect that.

    Did anyone else think the referee’s adding on time, In added time, Was dubious to say the least
    Probably just me, But i got the distinct impression, That Liverpool were being given every chance to win the game.

    As for Kinnear’s programme notes, Since when have Football people starting writing Financial columns, In a match day programme?
    You just know for a fine fact, That those words are not Kinnear’s.
    That spiel came straight from Ashley, And Kinnear put a little bit of his own stamp on it, But that so called Press Officer, No doubt, Told him what the narrative was going to be!

    If Mike Ashley is ending deals with a more lucrative company in Virgin, In favour of a grubby loan company, Then you have to think that Ashley is deliberately holding the club back.
    You only have to look at their attitude to getting into Europe, To see what they are all about.
    Wigan got relegated, But they are embracing, Being in the competition.
    Newcastle whinged the whole time they were involved, Especially through their “Front of House” man, In Alan Pardew.

    It does make you think that Ashley knows what he is doing, And a successful club, Means more outlay, So it isn’t in his interests, To do anything, By the looks of it!

    Fair play to the 300 or so fans who turned out for the protest.
    it is sad though, That only a small minority are not being taken in by Ashley and his prevaricating cronies!
    Who did the artwork on the posters?, It must have took some doing.
    Full on portraits of “The Unholy Trinity”, In all their unglory, Were festooned across the front of the line.
    Although the young idiot wearing the W***A shirt was pathetic!

  16. 16
    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    October 21, 2013 at 11:02 am

    “Fair play to the 300 or so fans who turned out for the protest.”

    Joe, estimates have varied from 200 and 1000 from what I’ve read so far, and more seem to have finished it than started it, joining up along the way?

  17. 17
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky, I checked out the Chronic’s website, And judging by the pictures, There looked to be around 300 to 500, At The City Hall start point.
    They should make it a regular thing, And if we go through a bad patch, I’m sure the crowds will swell, With more disgruntled fans, Full of drink, Joining the ranks.

  18. 18
    avatar AndyMac says:

    WT says “I never called him “Pardwho!” are you physically incapable of typing out his real name now?”

    Not physically incapable just dont want to ever forget that the grey haired numpty is just another one of Fatman’s stunts that he’s pulled on the fans.

    Pardwho was the name used by one fan on the Chronicle poll which asked 1000 fans who they wanted as the next manager. Over 30% said Hughton, despite the fact he’d been sacked for not getting the players to sign the bonus agreement among other issues, yet less than 1% wanted Pardwho ! I guarantee you we will win nothing while the clueless one is in charge.

    He’s a symptom of the malaise at this club but we all know the root cause.

  19. 19
    avatar AndyMac says:

    BTW I agree with Joe about the match, the protest (400 tops in my opinion) and of course the Fatman :)

  20. 20
    avatar stewpot says:

    @joe

    “Did anyone else think the referee’s adding on time, In added time, Was dubious to say the least
    Probably just me, But i got the distinct impression, That Liverpool were being given every chance to win the game.”

    absolutely 100% not. a few morons decided to keep hold of the ball in the leazes for well over a minute. whooping and cheering as, every time it got close to going back to krul when some knobhead would throw it backwards again.

    gerard clearly (and rightly) pointed it out to the ref and 90 seconds of time were added.

    almost cost us the game as their free kick was the last action of the game.

  21. 21
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    That explains it then, Stewpot, I was busy at the time, Trying to watch a dodgy link, And didn’t see that!

  22. 22
    avatar workyticket says:

    It was about six or seven minutes extra time, Joe.

  23. 23
    avatar AndyMac says:

    On the subject of Puma supplying kit for NUFC, just noticed this on Ed’s blog.

    http://www.nufcdirect.com/puma-rangers-rain-jacket-mens-374990?colcode=37499018

    Why not just call it Sports direct .com and have done with it ?

  24. 24
    avatar chuck says:

    I suppose our point against Pool, will be considered as a success by Pardew and why not, ten men for fifty or so minutes and scoring to force Pool to again catch up.
    Was for me somewhat successful.
    Just cant stand the shit eating grin on his face because of it.
    With the derby coming up, perhaps the law of averages may come into effect, as Sunderland have yet to win a game having played eight.
    Who knows Poyet may get them stimulated enough and there’s already incentive enough, for both sides.
    Looking forward to a good game, at least as far as effort is concerned.

  25. 25
    avatar stewpot says:

    @andy

    wtf!? dirty hun tat now… i just threw up a little

  26. 26
    avatar tunyc says:

    “The equivalent of telling starving people they are going to have to tighten their belts.”

    And sadly, Chuck-this is exactly what’s happening in this brave new world of all-austerity-all-the-time (for the plebs). I guess one could say big Mike is just feelin’ the zeitgeist…and then using it to his advantage…

  27. 27
    avatar workyticket says:

    stewpot says:
    October 21, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    “@andy

    wtf!? dirty hun tat now… i just threw up a little”

    Stew, you wrote that as if you’d never seen the Newcastle United “Onesie” and the Newcastle United “Why aye man” superhero party costume.

    The one time I DON’T want to think about Newcastle United is when I’m looking at a lass’s lingerie too!

    FFS, what have we become?

  28. 28
    avatar stewpot says:

    @worky

    i’ve never seen the items you mention. I’ve heard of the onesie but I’ve managed to avoid the supporters shops for years now and never visit .co.uk where i assume this rubbish is peddled fairly relentlessly.

    i know what you mean about the underwear an’all!

  29. 29
  30. 30
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    It appears you have convinced enough poor souls who know no better, that a call up for the national side is about to be made for Williamson.
    If that happens in my lifetime, then I know Engerland are screwed.
    Check out the voting as far as how players have been rated.
    You will find he’s last on the starter list, only slightly ahead of the sub’s.
    Slow, poor in the air, poor positional play, humps it outta play, goes to ground, has yet to score a goal for the side on set pieces, or even make contact.
    Responsible for own goals, should I continue ?
    I realize that Pardew is short of a decent CD, but this guy is never going to be the answer.

  31. 31
  32. 32
    avatar stewpot says:

    @worky

    my eyes, my eyes!

  33. 33
    avatar stewpot says:

    “Responsible for own goals, should I continue ?”

    boring, negative, inaccurate, predictable, should I continue?

  34. 34
    avatar workyticket says:

    Stewpot, as the piece says, “what must Newcastle United think of their fans if they reckon they’ll buy this?”

  35. 35
    avatar workyticket says:

    Mike Williamson has scored two own goals in well over 100 games. The only one I remember right now was against Brighton in the cup when Will Buckley shot at goal and the ball deflected off him.

  36. 36
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    You are making a pro Williamson point, written by some kid from a red neck college in Florida who has doubtfully ever watched a top level league game other than on tv and at his age how many ?
    That’s stretching.

    You claim he has scored twice while playing for Newcastle, that’s true, both were own goals.

    Stewpot
    I agree your analysis of Williamson was spot on.
    Boring player,
    Negative, absolutely!
    Inaccurate, well seeing he has yet to either score, we will assume that’s the case, plus his boots up-field often end up in the crowd, so that’s a yes.
    Predictable, very, you also failed to mention, slow!

  37. 37
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 22, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    “Worky

    “You are making a pro Williamson point, written by some kid from a red neck college in Florida who has doubtfully ever watched a top level league game other than on tv and at his age how many ?
    “That’s stretching.”

    Chuck, I’m afraid I don’t understand at all. What kid from from what “red neck college in Florida?”

  38. 38
    avatar chuck says:

    Late lunch, plus watch the Arsenal vs Borrusia Dortmund game, coupla Amstels, later.

  39. 39
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 22, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    “Late lunch, plus watch the Arsenal vs Borrusia Dortmund game, coupla Amstels, later.”

    Thanks for reminding me, Chuck, I’d lost track of the time there!

  40. 40
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky
    @ 3i# & 37#
    I assumed the writer of the pro Williamson rant, on Eds blog was the kid at the bottom of the article, as I don’t see any credit for it elsewhere.
    Could be wrong, but even so, Ed has become such a homer that I generally don’t involve myself with any of his mega-blog nonsense.
    Gotta go!

  41. 41
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 22, 2013 at 7:41 pm

    “I assumed the writer of the pro Williamson rant,”

    Chuck, no-one else in the entire galaxy would describe that blog as a “rant,” that’s just silly.

    I can understand you disegreeing about a player’s abilty, but I don’t understand your visceral hatred of poor old BMW. No-one’s saying he’s Franz friggin’ Beckenbauer, but he is a solid, old fashioned defender who gets on with his job despite some absurd criticism from some so called fans.

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