With only 5 points gained from the last eight games played, Newcastle fans will be hoping the lads can get something out of the game tomorrow night against Manchester United.
Yohan Cabaye – possibility to win against Manchester United
The Red Devils are coming off their shock 3-2 home defeat to Blackburn who got back to their losing ways against Stoke City by a score of 2-1 yesterday at Ewood Park, and are again second bottom of the table and 3 points from safety.
Top player Yohan Cabaye has talked to the local press about the game tomorrow night, and this is what the French International had to say:
“We have to use our disappointment from Liverpool now when Manchester come to us.”
“We’ll be at home, and we have to play with our hearts, and for the fans, to win the game.”
“I think we have the possibility to win the game, and we have to be focused.”
And Cabaye talked about the disappointment of the Liverpool defeat last Friday night.
We didn’t really expect to get points at Liverpool, but the Reds’ form had not been too good at Anfield over the previous six games, so we thought there was a chance we could have got at least a point from the game.
And things were going okay through the first 20 minutes of the second half with the score tied at 1-1, but then Liverpool got those all important goals from Bellamy and Gerrard to capture all 3 points on the night.
“We’re very disappointed with it.” “I think we started the game at Liverpool well, and led 1-0.”
“It was good for us. We kept the ball well in the second half, and the crowd was frustrated with Liverpool’s players.
“I don’t know what happened with the second and third goals. It was hard for us.
“Unfortunately, we couldn’t get the result.”
It was still anybody’s game last Friday until Craig Bellamy scored his second goal after 66 minutes and the arrival after 60 minutes of a certain Steven Gerrard didn’t help the Newcastle task either.
Those were another two poor goals for Newcastle to concede in the second half, and they both out of nothing, so we have to hope that Alan Pardew and the coaches are drilling the defense, so we put up a better show tomorrow night against Manchester United.
We’ll still have Tiote and Demba Ba in the side, before they soon go off to the African Cup of Nations on Sunday, so we have to go all out for the win.
And with the two Manchester sides, Chelsea and Arsenal all having lost in the last four days, here has to be a decent chance we can get something out of the game.
Howay The Lads!!