Posts Tagged ‘NUFC Blog on Metro.co.uk’

Have ‘Time4Change’ lost their chance to seize the day?

Posted November 17th, 2013 by workyticket | 74 Comments

My latest piece on metro.co.uk was published earlier today. Entitled ‘Have two Newcastle United victories cost ‘Time4Change’ their momentum?,’ as you might have guessed from the title, it takes a look at the Newcastle United ‘Time4Change’ movement. In the piece I ask if they are now in danger of losing their momentum after their first [...]

Krul’s record-breaking performance against Tottenham [video]

Posted November 11th, 2013 by workyticket | 7 Comments

My latest piece on metro.co.uk was published earlier today. Called ‘Tim Krul – the best performance by any goalkeeper this season?,’ it is my usual look back over the week-end’s game on my other Newcastle United blog. As the title suggests, it is mostly about Tim Krul’s performance in goal on Sunday, which pretty much [...]

Sports Direct get free advertising, but what about Dunlop, Firetrap, Cruise etc?

Posted November 6th, 2013 by workyticket | 61 Comments

My latest story on metro.co.uk is now up! As is usual with the Metro, it now has a veritable cornucopia of titles chosen my their crack team of headline writers, sub-eds or whatever. However, my original title for it was the same as this piece, ie “Sports Direct get free advertising, but what about Dunlop, [...]

Did the Kinnear scouting Shane Ferguson story start with a Sunderland fan?

Posted November 4th, 2013 by workyticket | 47 Comments

My latest story on metro.co.uk is now up! Entitled “Is Kinnear scouting Ferguson a Sunderland spoof?” or alternatively “Did the Joe Kinnear scouting Shane Ferguson story come from a mischievous Sunderland fan?” (they seem to think that two titles are better than one over there), it originally had the same title as this piece but [...]

Newcastle United vs Chelsea: A great day slightly tarnished

Posted November 3rd, 2013 by workyticket | 18 Comments

Dear readers, this is just another quick note to let you know that my latest piece for metro.co.uk was published this morning. Entitled, well actually it originally had the same title as this piece when I wrote it, but the Metro in their infinite wisdom have decided to retitle it “How Alan Pardew tarnished Newcastle [...]

Will Pardew find the right way to rescue Cisse?

Posted October 24th, 2013 by workyticket | 77 Comments

My latest blog on metro.co.uk is now published. In my last piece on there I looked at Yohan Cabaye and Mike Williamson, and specifically, their perfomance against Liverpool in our last game. In this one however, I take a look at a player who was relegated to the bench in that game, Papiss Cisse. In [...]

Pardew: The man who can’t get a grip on getting a grip

Posted October 7th, 2013 by workyticket | 26 Comments

Ladies and Gentlemen, my latest post on metro.co.uk is now up! Entitled “Newcastle United’s Alan Pardew needs to get a grip on himself before his team will” it reflects on some of Pardew’s comments made after the game, where he said: “We have got a side that needs to get a grip of a game,” [...]

Newcastle United board say trying for a cup would risk relegation

Posted September 28th, 2013 by workyticket | 17 Comments

Ladies and Gentlemen, my latest piece on metro.co.uk is now up! Once again, the Metro’s trainee headline writers and sub-editors have been at it to ensure it gets as few a readers as possible but never mind! It’s now entitled “Newcastle’s lack of ambition in the cups is a slap in the face for the [...]

Alan Pardew’s Groundhog day at St James’ Park

Posted September 23rd, 2013 by workyticket | 15 Comments

Ladies and Gentlemen, my latest piece for metro.co.uk was published earlier today. Entitled “Newcastle United fan’s view: Alan Pardew repeats the same mistakes again” it is my regular look back at the weekend’s game. In it I take a look at how Pardew, like a madman, seems to keep making the same tactical mistakes over [...]

Aston Villa vs Newcastle United: The talking points…

Posted September 16th, 2013 by workyticket | 46 Comments

My latest piece on metro.co.uk was published earlier today. It is my usual look back at some of the talking points from the weekend’s game, so of course, this one takes a look at Newcastle United’s 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday and is called: Newcastle United fan’s view: A good day for the [...]