Manchester United vs Newcastle United extended match highlights and interviews

Posted December 7th, 2013 by workyticket | 65 Comments

‘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.

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Manchester United vs Newcastle United preview and match banter!

Posted December 7th, 2013 by workyticket | 72 Comments

Two teams needing to bounce back.

Two teams needing to bounce back.

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester.
Date: Sat 7th Dec, 2013.
Kick off: 12.45pm.
Referee: Andre Marriner.
UK TV: BT Sport.

Well both teams go into this one still reeling from defeats in midweek.

For the Magpies, Alan Pardew’s four game winning streak was brought to a shuddering halt after a tactical masterclass in adversity from Swansea’s Michael Laudrup. After losing their third striker Alvaro Vazquez to a groin strain, Laudrup reacted by bringing on Nathan Dyer and using Jonjo Shelvey in a so called ‘false nine’ role. They went on to transform the game with a goal each, with Shelvey also forcing Mathieu Debuchy into scoring an own goal for a 3-0 defeat.

Newcastle United are still roughly where they should be in the league though, seventh. Meanwhile, Manchester United certainly aren’t after their midweek defeat to Everton. The Red Devils thought they’d try a grumpy Glaswegian as manager for a change, but now find themselves languishing two places below the Magpies in ninth place with only six wins from their fourteen Premier League games so far. Continue reading…

Swansea City vs Newcastle United full match video, highlights and interviews

Posted December 5th, 2013 by workyticket | 4 Comments



Swansea City vs Newcastle United full match video – Click “X” at the top to close Ad. Sorry about this but the old viseo was taken down.

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Swansea City vs Newcastle United extended match highlights and interviews

Posted December 4th, 2013 by workyticket | 36 Comments

‘Match of the Day; – Full show including Swansea v Newcastle highlights (from 1’12″).

Swansea City v Newcastle United full match video.

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Swansea City vs Newcastle United match banter!

Posted December 4th, 2013 by workyticket | 128 Comments

Swansea v Newcastle United.

Swansea: The victims of some pathetic refereeing this season.

Venue: Liberty Stadium, Swansea.
Date: Wed 4th Dec, 2013.
Kick off: 7.45pm.
Referee: Howard Webb.
UK TV: BT Sport.

Hello, good evening and welcome to our latest ‘match banter’ feature for this evening’s game against Swansea City at their place.

Poor old Swansea haven’t had much luck recently. Amongst other things they have been the victims of some of some of the most awful deciosions, and it has usually cost them points, as it did against Valencia and Stoke most recently.

Personally, I think Michael Laudrup needs to be a little more like Alex Ferguson or Jose Mourinho. They know that match officiating, like parking enforcement is one of those jobs that just attracts the wrong kind of people mostly, little Hitlers. They know that there is no point whatsoever in being nice and respectful to them as that will just make them respect you even less, you have to make them fear you. Swansea are too nice and Laudrup and his players really need to start getting in their faces a bit more. Having written all that, I do hope that the Magpies win this game fair and square this evening, rather than having to rely on some dreadful decision. Continue reading…

Newcastle United vs West Brom full match video, extended highlights and interviews

Posted December 1st, 2013 by workyticket | 109 Comments

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion full match video – First half. Continue reading…

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion extended match highlights and interviews

Posted November 30th, 2013 by workyticket | 48 Comments

‘Match of the Day’ highlights of Saturday’s game between Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion.

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion full match video.

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Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion mega preview and match banter!

Posted November 30th, 2013 by workyticket | 95 Comments

Newcaastle United v West Bromwich Albion.

Can we throttle the Throstles for four in a row?

Venue: St James’ Park, Newcastle.
Date: Sat 30th Nov, 2013.
Kick off: 5.30pm.
Referee: Phil Dowd.
UK TV: Sky Sports 1.

Could we be celebrating four wins in a row this evening?

If the Magpies do manage to wrestle a juicy three point worm from the Throstles at tea time, it would be the first first time they have managed such a feat since March and April of 2012. Back then, they beat Norwich, this evening’s opponents, Liverpool, Swansea, Bolton and finally Stoke in a 6 match winning run, before finally succumbing to a 4-0 hammering at Wigan.

Although that was in the Spring before last, the side had an unseasonal 4-3-2-1 ‘Christmas Tree’ formation with a potent ‘delta force’ of Demba Ba, Papiss Cisse and Hatem Ben Arfa up front. During the West Brom game in that run I jokingly referred to Alan Pardew as ‘Alan Pardiola.’ The Guardian’s North East football correspondent, Louise Taylor, actually took me seriously and the phrase stuck amongst spme fans for a while. Continue reading…

This ridiculous Cisse farce has been going on for too long now

Posted November 26th, 2013 by workyticket | 114 Comments

Papiss Cisse scoring against Leeds United in the League Cup.

The last Toon goal scored by Cisse which wasn’t ruled out

In case you missed it, Papiss Cisse had yet another perfectly good goal ruled out as offside against Norwich on Saturday, yet another linesman seemingly judging Cisse on his reputation, rather than what he could actually see.

Luckily for Newcastle United, they still won 2-1 and got the three points so all was well that ended well. Even so, that hasn’t always the case and it is getting absolutely ridiculous now, to the point where lazy linesmen are just saying “oh it’s Papiss Cisse, it must be offside.”

I use the word “reputation” above, though it might come as a surprise to some so called fans (and Sports Direct News rent a quote, Malcolm MacDonald) that Cisse is not the most ‘offside’ striker in the Premier League by any means. Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke and several others were caught offside more often last season.

However, when it comes to having perfectly good goals wrongly ruled out as offside, Cisse in in a league of his own. He had seven wrongly ruled out last season, including two in one game against Metalist Kharkiv, and one which robbed us of a derby win against Sunderland. This means that he would have scored at least twenty goals last season had those seven goals stood. Continue reading…

Newcastle United vs Norwich City full match video, highlights and interviews

Posted November 24th, 2013 by workyticket | 49 Comments

Newcastle United vs Norwich City full match video

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