Archive for the ‘International call ups’ Category

France vs Ukraine quality live stream / match video

Posted November 19th, 2013 by workyticket | 55 Comments

With so many France internationals in the Newcastle United team nowadays, I just thought I’d post a live stream for this evening’s crucial World Cup Qualifier between France and the Ukraine so you can see how the likes of Cabaye, Remy and Sissoko get on. Alas, there will be no Ben Arfa as he is [...]

Who’ll be gannin’ to Africa? Senegal vs Ivory Coast quality live stream

Posted October 13th, 2012 by workyticket | 19 Comments

A high quality live stream of this evening’s second leg Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse’s Senegal, and Cheick Tiote’s Ivory Coast. In case you don’t know, the outcome of this game could have important consequences for Newcastle United. If underdogs Senegal manage to overcome a two goal deficit (the [...]

Pardew: Newcastle will be like Spain and Best’s a Blackburn player now

Posted July 2nd, 2012 by workyticket | 61 Comments

Well, Wimbledon born Alan Pardew loves a bit of tennis (or so he said), and often attends the Tennis championship his birthplace is famous for. So, Radio 5′s Richard Bacon pulled him in for an interview during the station’s coverage of the latest Wimbledon tournament for a chat. In it he talked about tennis, the [...]

Ben Arfa Playing for His Place – France v Iceland

Posted May 27th, 2012 by UTD111 | 61 Comments

France begin their warm up schedule for the Euros at 8pm tonight against Iceland at the Stade De Hainaut in Valenciennes. The match will be televised in the UK on ESPN. A number of players deployed by Les Bleus are regarded as fringe players who can still force their way into the final French squad [...]

Newcastle United Fans and England – Mixed Feelings?

Posted May 26th, 2012 by UTD111 | 58 Comments

The England football team play a friendly this evening, so I thought I might raise an issue which I have wondered about for some time – how many Newcastle United fans are also England supporters? I realise to some of you, that might seem like a daft question, but I don’t think it is. I [...]

Newcastle United “Player of the Season” Vote: 1) Defenders / Utility Players

Posted May 15th, 2012 by CLiNT FLiCK | 24 Comments

As we have reached the season’s end, I’m going to jump in and do a little assessment of the players, culminating in a vote for your Newcastle United “Player of the season”. There have been quite a few stand out performers and stand out performances this term. Some were almost anticipated, others almost definitely weren’t. [...]

Taking the Papiss? Cissé called back to Africa this month.

Posted February 16th, 2012 by workyticket | 72 Comments

Just as the last of our African players (Cheick Tiote) was returning from the recent Africa Cup of Nations finals, there was news that Papiss Cissé will have to pack his bags for Africa once more. Cissé, though not his fellow “Lion of Teranga,” Demba Ba, has been selected for to play for Senegal in [...]

Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United match preview

Posted February 11th, 2012 by workyticket | 24 Comments

Venue: White Hart Lane, Tottenham. Date: Saturday 11th Feb, 2012. Kick-off: 5.30pm. Referee: Andre Marriner. It would be tempting to think that Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp had been distracted by one or two other things this week whilst preparing his ‘Spurs squad for this weeks game, but that would probably be folly. With the weather [...]

Howay the (African) Lads!

Posted January 19th, 2012 by UTD111 | 46 Comments

The recent signing of Senegal striker Papiss Cisse by United added to the fact that Demba Ba is also a Senegal star potentially means that Geordie fans will take more of an interest in the African Cup Of Nations (ACON) which kicks off this weekend. And of course we also have our very own (at [...]

The Africa Cup of Nations and Newcastle United – A Geordie’s guide.

Posted December 24th, 2011 by workyticket | 15 Comments

As most of you will no doubt be aware, the Africa Cup of Nations will be taking place next month. This incredibly awkward competition is held bi-annually, unlike the European Championships which are held every four years. Also unlike the Euros, it is also usually held right in the middle of the bloody football season! [...]

 
 

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