Manchester United vs Newcastle United extended match highlights and interviews

‘Match of the Day’ highlights of the game between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Old Trafford.

Manchester United vs Newcastle United full match video.

Whole Match of the Day show.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew’s over the moon, but thinks that poor David Moyes and poor Man U will get the headlines rather than awesome Alan and the magnificaent Magpies.

David Moyes usues the word “transition” alot and hopes things get better.

Score and goalscorers.

Manchester United 0, Newcastle United 1 (Cabaye 61).

Teams and other match facts.

Manchester United (4-4-2): David De Gea (G); Rafael (Antonio Valencia 76), Jonny Evans, Nemanja Vidic (c), Patrice Evra; Nani (Wilfried Zaha 68), Phil Jones, Tom Cleverley (Anderson 70), Adnan Januzaj; Javier Hernandez, Robin Van Persie.

Subs: Anders Lindegaard (G), Rio Ferdinand, Anderson, Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young, Wifried Zaha, Danny Welbeck.

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Davide Santon; Vurnon Anita, Cheick Tiote, Yohan Cabaye (Shola Ameobi 78); Moussa Sissoko, Loic Remy, Yoan Gouffran (Hatem Ben Arfa 57).

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Jonas Gutierrez, Gabriel Obertan, Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse, Shola Ameobi.

Yellow cards: Yohan Cabaye (9), Vurnon Anita (90+1).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Andre Marriner.

Attendance: 75,233.

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  1. 1
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Not being picky WT but are those the highlights ????

    Didnt watch again today, these early kick offs are playing havoc with my love life, but I was hoping for more than one goal ?

    Pardwho now says we’ve got more than one way of playing :)

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    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    December 7, 2013 at 3:41 pm

    “Not being picky WT but are those the highlights ????”

    I always update them when better one become available, Andy.

    We’re doing so well we’ll have to think the unthinkable and hope Sunderland win to keep Spurs below us.

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    avatar AndyMac says:

    I know that just asking if that was the only high point from our whole 90 minutes, in your opinion ? I got the impression we were all over them with 9 shots and 4 on target ?

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    avatar workyticket says:

    Longer highlights are up now.

    Andy, I didn’t see as much as I wanted but it looked it was partly a very respectable performance from us for much of the game, and partly a very poor one from them. They were lacking in creativity with nothing much in attack apart from a few minutes after the start of the second half. We definitely got them at the right time.

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    avatar AndyMac says:

    Newcastle United midfielder and matchwinner Yohan Cabaye: “We had to come back to the basics to win the game and that is what we have done. The manager told us before the game (about Newcastle’s record at Old Trafford), maybe it was the right time to to come here and win the game.

    “We were just focused on the game to do the right things, stay solid and we are all happy today.

    “No more pressure on us. The league this year is quite open. The big teams are on the top and it is very hard too say who are going to league, we are sixth or seventh and get some confidence to play relaxed and not think about the relegation.”

    That last paragraph perhaps the most telling ?

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    avatar AndyMac says:

    Good calls by Sian Massey. Would’ve been easy to turn a blind eye to VP’s header at a packed OT.

  8. 8
    avatar GS says:

    Ha Ha, Mackems.

  9. 9
    avatar GS says:

    Cattermole on. He has only 33 minutes tom get sent off.

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    avatar chuck says:

    Some interesting games,to-day, with some surprises, presently watching the Sunderland Spurs game.
    Stoke did well to prove the great one isn’t great all of the time.
    S’hampton worked hard to get a deserved draw from Citeh and will be a tough opponent next week.
    But have to say quite happy to see us take a deserved three points from possibly the worst M.U. side i have watched in the last couple of decades.
    Moyes just doesn’t have the horses, an ageing side, injury ridden and lacking in the will to win.
    With RVP reportedly asking for a move.
    Moyes has no alternative, than to rebuild, make it his own side, because these guys aint playing for him.

    On the other hand, i suppose we will have to listen to Pardiux waffle on about how good he is.
    But we discovered one thing, he now knows two different styles, direct and posse

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    avatar stevep says:

    ManUre were poor last year and in fact have been nothing great since Ronaldo left, Fergie seemed to get them playing well together as a team but you could see the cracks last year despite them winning the championship
    We completely controlled the game today and were well worth the win – Tiote was immense

  12. 12
    avatar chuck says:

    ….ssion football.
    In case you didn’t get it, to-day we played possession.
    Yeah he’s riding a wave on the backs of some hard working players, plus the fact Moyes wasn’t exactly any tactica genius either.

    When we do attemp to retain possession and chase hard in order to recover the ball, we tend to win.

    But had we locked the door and attempted to defend in our own end(The usual Pardeux tactic) instead we used possession, to kill time and tire out MU having them chase the ball.

    Plus used the fast brake which utilised the pace we have, getting in behind them, numerous times.

    Perhaps,we may see more added to (Pardeux) his learning curve, but to be able to understand two different tactical approaches will do for the present.

  13. 13
    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    December 7, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    “Good calls by Sian Massey. Would’ve been easy to turn a blind eye to VP’s header at a packed OT.”

    She does seem to make the gadgies look absolutely shite, Andy. Even when commentators have said she’s got it wrong, when they play it back in slow motion it ends up being right.

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    avatar stevep says:

    I’m waiting to see the head tennis between tiote and cabaye or the dance between moyes and hba on motd tonight both hilarious

  15. 15
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    December 7, 2013 at 7:16 pm

    “….ssion football.
    In case you didn’t get it, to-day we played possession.”

    I didn’t get it, Chuck.

    I know that Alan Pardew said something daft about telling the players not to lose the ball (which is kind of the whole point really), but I wouldn’t describe that as ‘possession” football, we didn’t have enough possession for a start!

    They ran too much as well. One of the salient points of possession football is conservation of energy, ie let the ball do the work for you and let the other side get tired chasing you around. Of course, Krul was still hoofing the ball up the pitch all the time as well. Teams playing possession will just roll it out or tap it to a centre back and build up play from the back.

    Swansea played real possession football the other night. They had the ball over 65% of the time and were tiring Newcastle out chasing them around. Newcastle had it around 52-3% today.

    None of that above is knocking Newcastle United’s performance today incidentally, I’m just saying it wasn’t “possession” football.

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    avatar GS says:

    7th, not bad.

    Mackems bottom :) put that in your pipe and smoke it Chuck.

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    avatar hugh l says:

    The only thing that comes close to my love for Newcastle is my hatred of man u.. delightful day today. Hopefully that defeat will put them in the shitter for a while..

  18. 18
    avatar hugh l says:

    What did everybody think of the handball with anita at the post? Im amazed it wasn’t given to be honest in old trafford. Looks like even the refs are able to ref propet there now that fergie is gone… as mentioned above line lady or whatever your suppose to call her got few big calls right as well

  19. 19
    avatar hugh l says:

    @stevep. The head tennis and dance were brilliant.. I also loved the failed nutmeg by debuchy on evra and moyes asking rvp if he was ok to continue for the full 90. Chap was clearly not fit… roll on the saints in the chapel!

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    avatar DarthBroon says:

    hugh l says:
    December 8, 2013 at 1:57 am

    “What did everybody think of the handball with anita at the post?”

    Aye, I thought it was handball as well, hugh, but it was a difficult spot for the ref and just about impossible for the assistants I would say.

    I thought Blunderland should have had a pen as well for the Sandro handball, but I won’t be losing too much sleep over that. Looking forward to rubbing a few Mackem noses in it on Monday morning – as usual at the moment :)

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    avatar DarthBroon says:

    GS says:
    December 8, 2013 at 1:09 am

    “Mackems bottom :) put that in your pipe and smoke it Chuck.”

    Means zippo to him, GS.

    Like the Boston Giants winning the World Thingy would mean to you or I.

  22. 22
    avatar chuck says:

    Dark broon

    You questioning my credentials as a Nufc fan ?
    I was watching them before you were a glint in your old mans eye, in the days of Johhny Carey, played RB and Dennis Violet came through the system as a prolific scorer in the early fifties, one of the Busby Babes who survived the Munich disaster.
    I mention Johhny Carey because he was kind enogh to give me an autograph, baldy stocky guy and a great defender.
    Plus i pay little attention to GS, as he can be a jerk, much like yourself.

  23. 23
    avatar GS says:

    Chuckleberry: I am only a jerk to you because you continually repeat yourself, continually repeat yourself.

    And…

    I mean, who can say they don’t care if we beat Norwich? You. Good win by Hughton today. They can finish 2nd in the league as far as I care as long as we beat them twice and finish above them.

  24. 24
    avatar DarthBroon says:

    chuck says:
    December 8, 2013 at 5:01 am

    “I was watching them before you were a glint in your old mans eye”.

    lol. If you say so. Must be true.

  25. 25
    avatar workyticket says:

    hugh l says:
    December 8, 2013 at 1:57 am

    “What did everybody think of the handball with anita at the post? Im amazed it wasn’t given to be honest in old trafford.”

    He did everything he could to avoid it, Hugh. Sian Massey is probably the best assistant referee I’ve ever seen too.

  26. 26
    avatar AndyMac says:

    On reflection and having watched the game in its entirety, I think its safe to say the Mancs arent gonna be top four this season – unless they spend big in January.

    No more teams are gonna go to OT with trepidation as they’ll be able to match the Mancs in almost every department. OK Shrek wasnt around yesterday and he does give them an extra edge but there are definitely four better teams than them atm.

    I also made the comment earlier this season that apart from the current top four we have a first team XI as good as any of the rest – just need Pardwho to recognise that and get the best out of them. 4-5-1 did it yesterday and “keeping hold of the ball” helped too but overall he needs to find a place for HBA that gets the best out of the player while contributing to the team on the whole.

  27. 27
    avatar chuck says:

    AndyMac

    You are right, however to think Pardeux can ever become a good manager, is a forlone hope.
    I mean we have seen his developement over the last three years, resulting in his recent discovery that there’s more than one way of playing and it’s not hoofball or defending a one goal lead, by never venturing beyond the halfway line.
    Plus he was handed a lesson and a revelation by “The Prince of Denmark” that perhaps there’s something in that possession game.

  28. 28
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    Regardless, handballs in that situation are generally given, whether ball to arm or not.
    I consider us very lucky to have avoided a penalty.
    Again, the human factor, it happens and had Fergie been in charge, more than likely the officials would have been intimidated into giving it.
    Plus i’m not so sure whether his arm movement was directed to avoid the ball, as opposed to blocking the shot.
    Though i have to say I could be wrong and certainly happy with the result.

  29. 29
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Cardiff at home not too shabby Cup draw :)

  30. 30
    avatar GS says:

    Why does everybody w@nk about Wikshere?

  31. 31
    avatar GS says:

    Wilshere.

  32. 32
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Re the “handball” I believe the ref agreed that the ball hit the post before Anita and therefore was out of control before rebounding onto the Dutchmans arm. Had it been a straightforward goal bound shot then I think the ref would have given the pen.

  33. 33
    avatar workyticket says:

    I don’t know about this keeping hold of the ball business, I never thought that the intention was to lose the ball anyway. We won because of a nucleus of five central players, the two centre backs (Williamson and Coloccini) and the three midfielders (Cabaye, Tiote and Anita). I say “central” because the wide midfielders always get pushed into the centre circle by the two galloping full backs.

    It was hard to pick between those five players because they were all very good and they played very much as a unit.

  34. 34
    avatar AndyMac says:

    GS Says: Why does everybody w@nk about Wikshere?

    Cos generally he’s confident on the ball which is something you cant say about many of his English colleagues.

    WT says: I don’t know about this keeping hold of the ball business, I never thought that the intention was to lose the ball anyway.

    I think by default the “sit back deep and let them come at you” plan implies ceding possession. Nice to know after three years in the job, Pardwho has now got a Plan B :)

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  37. 37
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    Yes there’s some truth to that but i contend that it has a lot more to do with the understanding between the wingbacks and both Sissoko and Gouffran, who between them are the main factors involved in both aspects of the game.
    The two narrow and converted wingers cover more ground than anyone and are heavily involved in both defending and during breaks.
    Wheras both wingbacks are now playing a more defense, they break out when the opportunityis present themselves.
    Making things more comfortable for the central defenders and of course we cant discount Tiote’s role which is the first line of defense.
    Also i cant say enough about Remy, who has fit in perfectly and can only hope he decides to stay, but fear, bright light’s big city, will see him go back to Lahnden.

  38. 38
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Ha that shut those “glory seeking” Gooner up ! Only sing when you’re whining ?

  39. 39
    avatar GS says:

    AndyMac: somebody said to Worky the other day that we (NUFC) were glory hunters :)

  40. 40
    avatar GS says:

    Sorry AndyMac: Wilshere is shite. Not as shite as Kenny Wharton, but still shite.

  41. 41
    avatar workyticket says:

    Chuck man! You keep saying wing backs.

    We’ve been through this in relation to Italian defensive tactics. You don’t have wing backs with a back four, you have wing backs in front of a back three, with two centre backs and a sweeper / libero who goes BEHIND the two centre backs.

    The last time we had wing backs was back in the days of Shearer for a game and it was shite.

    That was when I realised that Shearer was just a figurehead and Iain Dowie was the real head coach at Newcastle when we got relegated.

  42. 42
    avatar GS says:

    Iain Dowie – Ha, :(

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  44. 44
    avatar workyticket says:

    GS says:
    December 8, 2013 at 6:18 pm

    “He had his stomach pumped?”

    GS, AndyMac, on the subject of things being pumped, I noticed Pardew went for the very long, very low fist pump yesterday, like he was stooping down to chin a midget with an uppercut in slow motion.

    It was definitely a big one, a 9 or a 10 on the Pardew fist pump scale.

  45. 45
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Daily Mail v The Mirror

    Tis the difference between that trendy, liberal, pot smokin, Obama supporting yank and me :lol:

  46. 46
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Wow you guys got snow ! “The Linc” in Philadelphia has got a few inches of it !

  47. 47
    avatar chuck says:

    Worky

    There you go again, splitting hairs, it’s a matter of semantics, which you may be unaware of.
    To call both Santon and Debuchy full backs, which relates to stay at home players who’s job is to defend only, is more of a misconception than to refer to them as wingbacks, players who’s major role involves both attacking down the wing and defending.
    You go on to explain not only wingback, but constantly lay out a lecture on what liberos, sweeper and other roles are.
    Which can only be refered to in the context of the time they were invented, tactics change, players roles change
    descriptions of players roles morph
    It appears you are the only one who doesn’t change.
    Lighten up FFS it’s not as if you didn’t know what i was talking about, plus i believe the ter

  48. 48
    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    December 8, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    Daily Mail v The Mirror

    “Tis the difference between that trendy, liberal, pot smokin, Obama supporting yank”

    Andy, supporting Obama is neither trendy nor Liberal, he is Satan in disguise.

  49. 49
    avatar chuck says:

    …term wingback is a better description than your term full for both Santon and Debuchy
    Plus, what would you say if i used center forward or outside left, god forbid we should hear.

  50. 50
    avatar chuck says:

    Very good game of football, with the most excitment occuring in the last ten minutes, talking bout the Arse.
    Everton game.
    Martinez has his side well organized, definately one of the top managers in the league, who has an eye for young talented players.
    Not to take anything away from Wenger who has his side ticking over like a swiss watch, even though those short trianglular passing sessions along the sideline, tend to bore the hell outta me.
    As for Moyes statement they still in the race, what else can you expect, but i’m afraid there going nowhere, not this season.

  51. 51
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    December 8, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    “Worky

    “There you go again, splitting hairs, it’s a matter of semantics, which you may be unaware of.
    “To call both Santon and Debuchy full backs, which relates to stay at home players who’s job is to defend only, is more of a misconception than to refer to them as wingbacks, players who’s major role involves both attacking down the wing and defending.”

    Chuck, Semantics are very important, so important that the word itself comes from the ancient Greek word for important, Semantikos.

    Full backs who bomb forward alot aren’t wing backs. If Pardew put an extra centre back in there then perhaps they would be.

    Below is a Glenn Hoddle vision of the current Spurs team using wing backs in a 3-2-2-1-2

    http://www.statsbomb.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/hoddle_spurs_formation.png

  52. 52
    avatar chuck says:

    AndyMac

    The political left wing in the US were never allied to Obama, whether they smoked grass or not.
    Being he was fairly unknown and smart ( unlike your Mr. Cameron) he got himself elected by bullshitting those who lived in hope that the system actually worked, that and every special interest in the country.
    The left had him figured a long time ago, for what he was.
    I mean how can anyone who received that unprecedented campaign funding not be be in the pockets of the corporate state.
    As for the two tabloid rags you mentioned , only those with IQ’s under 100 tend to read them.
    Though i do remember when the Mirror was a decent paper, the mail has always been pure fantasy and propaganda.

  53. 53
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Twas tongue in cheek Chuck. The Daily Mail has been in the Tories pockets for years and the Mirror used to love Labour but now loves itself.

    As for Obama, yup he’s fooled almost all of the people all of the time. Watched this recently http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2532528/ which confirmed my opinions about Obama and the US. Present company excepted of course :)

  54. 54
    avatar workyticket says:

    Stevie Wonder’s got it really bad with Obama. He used to be such a great musician and social commentator during his great period in the early / mid seventies but he’s just so embarrassing now with his gushing about a war criminal.

  55. 55
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Plus I doubt very much if GS has ever let a narcotic pass his lips ever :)

  56. 56
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Hoddle’s version of the Spuds layout isnt that different from my preferred line up if Pardwho ever got a brain.

    You get the players that Fatman buys in the footballing equiavalent of “Poundland” then meld them into a team that works. Not shoving those you’ve got into a solid 4-4-2 with players out of position because thats all you know :(

  57. 57
    avatar chuck says:

    worky

    Puhleez !

    Tell me is Cisse a center forward, no matter what lineup we put out ?
    Or do i have to refer to him as a striker ?
    Or a forward.

    Could i refer to a guy playing wide up front only as a winger, regardless of lineup?

    Look you are presenting a very ridgid argument, that only certain role descriptions are considered valid
    when played within particular lineups.
    Which we both know is nonesense.

    What happens when a tactical change takes place, where we change the lineup (not much chance of it happening with Pardeux) does the player/s involved designation then change ?
    It’s a simple game, lets leave it that way, as you seem to relish making it into something more complicated.

  58. 58
    avatar chuck says:

    AndyMac

    Perhaps that non smoking Yank, ought to give it a try, might convert him from a Mail to a Guardian reader.
    But after a certain age peo may ple seldom change.
    He is who he is.

    As far as the poundland remark is concerned.
    I believe that still be a bone of contention.
    We know that everything has to be ve

  59. 59
    avatar chuck says:

    … tted by Ashley, but how does it work now, whoever presents the best argument to Kinnear (from Pardeux and
    Carr) or has Joe decided he’s gonna make the calls.
    Is this any way to run a club.

  60. 60
    avatar workyticket says:

    AndyMac says:
    December 8, 2013 at 7:48 pm

    “Plus I doubt very much if GS has ever let a narcotic pass his lips ever”

    I can’t remember which ones haven’t passed my lips.

  61. 61
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Didnt mention you, you drug addled zombie :)

  62. 62
    avatar GS says:

    AndyMac @55: ? Pot, Hash, etc sends me straight to sleep.

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    avatar GS says:

    If that is a reference to me Chuckypoo. I am not a Yank.

    “Perhaps that non smoking Yank, ought to give it a try, might convert him from a Mail to a Guardian reader.
    But after a certain age peo may ple seldom change.
    He is who he is.”

    Love,

    Graeme

  64. 64
    avatar GS says:

    AndyMac: you haven’t figured out that I get on Chuck’s nerves and he gets on my nerves :)

  65. 65
    avatar AndyMac says:

    Figured that out almost as soon as you realised I wasnt Pardwho’s biggest fan or even his smallest one for that matter :)

    I get Chuck cos he wants whats good for NUFC and cant see why its so difficult to become a top four team until he factors in the Pardwho/Fatman equation.

    As for you I also see you as a glass half full kinda guy with maybe not as much perception to see through the likes of this shite management team. Prepared to give benefits of the doubt cos you think not all people can be all bad all of the time ?

    Just so we’re clear Fatman is a C N U T and Pardwho is his arse licking lackey, prepared to do anything to hang on to his job. They are truly the spawns of Satan despite what WT thinks about Obama (the black ish guy) :lol:

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