Jonas says he’s gannin’ to get ‘it’ oot next time he scores!

Posted on November 26th, 2009 | 15 Comments |

A visit from Spiderman on Saturday?
A visit from Spiderman on Saturday?
In news that will surely have the whole of Tyneside quivering in anticipation, Newcastle United’s Argentine wing wizard, Jonas Gutierrez has given his strongest hint yet that he will wear ‘that’ mask next time he scores. According to NUFC Blog’s ‘data room’, this event is projected to occur sometime in the 2011/12 season based on his current record.

Speaking on his last goal, a superb, world class effort against mighty Peterborough, the pony tailed dribble king told the club’s official website:

“That goal took a long time to come but it was special; not only because it was a good goal but because it was at St James’s Park in front of our wor fans like”

On the reasons for not wearing it on that occaision, he said:

“I spoke at the time about my reasons for not wearing my mask, but if I score again I will hopefully use it.”

On his otherwise less than prodigious record in front of goal he added:

“I need to score more goals and I want to score more goals.”

Looking forward to Newcastle United’s next game, a home clash agaist Swansea City, he concluded:

“Next up is another home game that we must win. It’s important we try to get the same start as we did at Peterborough when we were two up after twenty minutes.

“If I score one of those goals then great, but we have alot of good forward players who can score and that is why we are top.”

Although Guti has been strictly forbidden from morphing into a superhero in the Premiership, he has received no such sanction from the Football League.

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15 Responses

  1. even if he doesn’t/cant/forgot how to score  then a few decent crosses into the box , say 3 or 4 per game is an absolute must.
    otherwise he might as well sling his hook…

  2. I bet CH will find our of how to make him play well what I have realized with CH and Collin they are very good coaches and they know what to do well at the time.

  3. lol
    fair enough, he’s a good lad, but he’d struggle to fill wor nobby’s boots
    I remember reading an article on him in the day called “the black & white beckham” – at the time high praise indeed!

  4. “That goal took a long time to come but it was special; not only because it was a good goal”

    Haha loved that bit…

    … Seriously though I would not be arsed one bit if he never scored another goal for us… As long as he starts to dribble into effective positions and get some decent balls into the box!!

    Anyway, I thought under FIFA or FA regulations he wasn’t allowed to wear the mask?

  5.  AndyNUFC

    “Anyway, I thought under FIFA or FA regulations he wasn’t allowed to wear the mask?”

    That was in the premiership andy the championship rules allow it

  6. AndyNUFC – apparently it was Premier League rules that said he couldn’t put the mask on…..

    The Championship is a much more fun place obviously….LOL

    Time for a pair of new specs, if you see this guy as anything close to Norberto,   talking about on the pitch.