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Newcastle United v Everton match banter!

Posted on March 5th, 2011 | 70 Comments |

Which Everton will show up today?
Which Everton will show up today?
Hello, good afternoon and welcome to our regular “match banter” feature, a place where we can all share the experience of the match.

This afternoon we face Everton, an excellent team under manager David Moyes. However it is also one which has had little luck against the Magpies at St James’s Park, winning only two of their last sixteen games there, with their last SJP victory being under the management of Walter Smith!

For more extensive pre match team news, words from the managers, pre match speculation etc, please check out our match preview. If you have any good links for the match, please feel free to post them in our comments section.

We will post the final teamsheet when it becomes available.

Howay the Lads!


Newcastle United: Steve Harper, Steven Taylor, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini, Sanchez Jose Enrique, Danny Simpson, Cheik Tiote, Kevin Nolan, Jonas Gutierrez, Leon Best, Peter Lovenkrands.

Subs: Danny Guthrie, Shola Ameobi, Michael Richardson, Shefki Kuqi, Tim Krul, Shane Ferguson, James Perch.

Everton: Tim Howard, Tony Hibbert, Phil Jagielka, Sylvain Distin, Leighton Baines, Leon Osman, Phil Neville, Jack Rodwell, Mikel Arteta, Jermaine Beckford, Louis Saha.

Subs: Jose Baxter, Seamus Coleman, Victor Anichebe, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Johnny Heitinga, Shane Duffy, Jan Mucha.

Referee: Howard Webb.

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70 Responses

  1. I’m going for a 2-2 or 2-1 to us, but will take any sort of win :)

    Pity Ranger is injured, wonder what he’s done…

  2. Pardew and Moyes seem deep in conversation ? Maybe talking about their tight arse bosses ?

  3. Tackle like that from behind should have been a bloody red!! If Barton, Nolan or Tiote had made that challenge they’d have been off.

  4. Very poor tracking back from Tiote there.
    A hint of complacency there. I hope Pardew gives them a right talking to for that one.

  5. Toontastico says:
    March 5, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    “Wer lookin well dodge at the back”

    Aye, we have looked a bit slack at the back at times, Toontastico.

  6. craig chisholm says:
    March 5, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    “how we doing anyone as i have sod all info out here in middle of Indian Ocean!!”

    Started well with a Best goal Craig, but then they scored two. The bastads!

  7. craig chisholm says:
    March 5, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    Aye 2-1 to them. We’ve been a bit shite at the back Craig.

  8. Thanks a bunch, guys. The spanish one is really smooth.

    What’s the formation like now? Any substitutions at HT?

  9. Thanks lads, bummer as we could have made huge inroads to safety today and overtaken sunderland too .

  10. craig chisholm says:
    March 5, 2011 at 4:17 pm

    “Thanks lads, bummer as we could have made huge inroads to safety today and overtaken sunderland too .”

    The man in the mask will save us, Craig!

  11. sunderland holdign arsenal too which is crap !! grr, pls all bottom teams picking up points..villa, stoke fulham west brom all picking up points. bad day at office compounded by results elsewhere.

  12. Ferguson going to come on now? I hope it’s for Lovenpants. I fail to see why he makes the starting 11. Really.

  13. My apologies for the shite match banter today lads. I thought that Hugh was doing it, but I think he forgot. So I ended up doing a quick one in ten minutes and it was late.

  14. craig chisholm says:
    March 5, 2011 at 4:34 pm

    “worky.. hugh said he was off to wales early this morning.”

    I know Craig, but he said he was gannin’ to tap some words in here before he went. My fault really though. I had to rush out early today and I didn’t check, so it was a bit of a panic in the end!

  15. our home form has been crap all year for season. we could have been safe now if we had even done just a tiny bit better.

  16. workyticket says:
    March 5, 2011 at 4:33 pm
    My apologies for the shite match banter today lads.

    No worries worky. Turned out alright in the end!

  17. Well, a crap end to a crap day. Good night lads. Let’s hope things look better tomorrow.

  18. sirjasontoon you are a bad idiot you should try going the games you thick whopper anyway wasnt a great game but we needed the points more than newcastle you should be grateful your not gettiong relegated AGAIN

  19. sirjasontoon says:
    March 5, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    “Frustrating that.
    Really though we would play these of the Park.”

    Hard to tell with Everton this season, Jason. They’ve been somewhat erratic, like us. As I said in the preview though, Walter Smith was Everton manager last time they beat us at St James’s. Suppose they had to break the duck sometime. :-(

  20. Is that the last home 3pm kick off ? Cos we havent won one since August 2008 apparently :(

    Pardwho has to start thinking seriously about changing formations particularly with the lack of quality strikers we have at our disposal. We need to pack the midfield and play Jonas wide right leaving Best or Shirley up front. Fergie did OK today and if Jose isnt completely crocked they can work the left flank between them. Mixing it up and bringing in some creativity is better than the clueless hoofing we adopt when things arent going well.

    Far too much of what we did today was predictable and Everton handled it relatively easily.

  21. just looked at the league , who ever has said we are safe from relegation then think again !! i watched the match on sky and the crowd were very quiet in parts of the game ??????

  22. Army69

    I know its the chicken and egg problem but the players did nothing to get the crowd excited and vocal. The biggest noise was targetted at Webb

  23. Pardew said in his programme notes he is prepared to give the young uns a chance in the run in to the end of the season. Perfect chance today. Ferguson should have started. What about an young un in the middle of the park there was no danger he could have done any worse than Lovenkrands or Simpson who was a square peg in a round hole

  24. budalovesa patsy says:
    March 5, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    “Pardew said in his programme notes he is prepared to give the young uns a chance in the run in to the end of the season.”

    Pardew says lots of things though, budalovesa. He might say something else tomorrow.