As so many shoppers go about preparing for a busy Christmas, many footballing eyes from Europe’s top clubs will now be looking towards Newcastle United’s Tim Krul. The young Dutch international pulled out a string of top drawer saves yesterday vs Manchester United, helping Newcastle United to a 1-1 draw against the Red Devils and also making his opposite number David De Gea’s price tag seem even more absurd. When Javier Hernandez bundled over Wayne [...]
Nicky Butt took some settling down at St James’ Park. In those early days we didn’t see him as a future manager, but then we didn’t really believe Alan Pardew would have us somewhere north of a Europe spot already, especially as he’d played for ten southern clubs and managed four. It takes time to win us over, but if a player or manager does, we’ll support him for as long as he stays with [...]
The winning streak has ended, Ben Arfa has returned, and ladies and gentlemen Nile Ranger has left the building. A Manchester City squad of overpaid big names and frustrated mega stars of world football found it took forty one minutes for the Magpies defence to be breached, continuing to add another two more goals to give them a comfortable lead, and then out of nowhere, the often “forgotten man” Dan Gosling scored a late consolation [...]
119 years on and the title of St James’ Park is to be replaced with a sports goods retailer. How proud we are as supporters to see this surprise thrown at us! Ashley has crossed the line here according to most fans, the naming rights change was all very sudden and was it really called for right now just when the team was doing well and another distraction wasn’t required. The logic and reasoning behind [...]
Everton were put to the sword at St James’ Park in an enthralling end to end game of attacking football infront of over 50,000 fans while the Magpies moved into second place in the Premier League (at least for a few hours). In typical Everton fashion the match was not over until the final whistle blew. Alan Pardew used his bench very well in keeping a tired and injured Cabaye, Best and Marveaux on long [...]
November has rolled around and the ghosts of all hollows have not come out to frighten a Newcastle team that has insured their best league start in over sixty one years. Still undefeated in the league and now the only team to have gone to Stoke on Trent and won, I could go on with the records and achievements but it is more important to focus on the true reality of the situation facing us. [...]
Yohan Cabaye after scoring the winner vs Wigan 22/10/11 D.O.B: 14th January 1986 (now 25) Birthplace: Tourcoing, France Height: 5ft 9in Playing Position: Central Midfielder Youth Career: Tourcoing 1992 – 1998 Lille OSC 1998 – 2004 Senior Career: Lille OSC 2004 – 2011 Newcastle United 2011 – Present International Career: France ( 8 caps ) Yohan Cabaye Captioned as the Kevin Nolan replacement upon arrival, Yohan Cabaye’s stature at the club couldn’t have grown more in his first [...]
Eight players have started every game for the Magpies this season, a level of stability not seen around St James’ Park for a considerable period of time. Consistency has been key, coupled with a fully fit and eager squad which grind out results. The Wigan game proved something significant about this squad, that they have the self belief to not just accept not losing is good enough but that winning is everything. A true team [...]
Footballers play for the money not the shirt. Benoit Assou-Ekotto The Tottenham defender’s words were responded to within twenty four hours by a Newcastle United team that again proved they are playing for more than money or a shirt, but pride in themselves, the fans and what they represent. This team is showing guile, girt and determination not seen around St James’ Park for a very long time. Neither team deserved to lose and both [...]
Having played for eight teams in the last thirteen years, over three leagues in two continents, winning five competitions and throw in an Olympic gold medal to boot, and the Coloccini effect on Newcastle is now in full swing. Some players fail to rise the challenge of captaining their club teams, while others were born to lead, Fabricio Coloccini’s galvanisation of Newcastle United’s troubled and often flailing dressing room is nothing short of mind blowing. [...]
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