Remy Will Score Lots Of Goals For Newcastle – Scoring Legend


Alan Shearer has been interviewed today and he thinks the inconsistency that Newcastle have shown so far this season is likely to continue, although he hasn’t said why he thinks that’s going to be  the case.

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Alan Shearer – Remy will score lots of goals at Newcastle

And Alan has said he thinks Loic Remy can score lots of goals for Newcastle, and of course if anybody should know about scoring for Newcastle it’s Alan Shearer – and the Gosforth born pundit is one of the best strikers England have ever produced.

Alan talked about the current situation at Newcastle”

“They could really do win a win on Saturday, particularly after the result they had the other day.” “The first-half performance was really poor at Everton, but I think that’s probably going to be the story of Newcastle this season.”

“They will get really impressive results, such as at Aston Villa, and they will have desperately disappointing ones, like we had at Goodison the other night. In saying all that, I think they will still finish around about the mid-table mark.”

“Remy has started really well. He looks positive and is scoring goals, which is good.” “For me, he looks as if he is enjoying his time in a Newcastle shirt. That’s nice to see. If he can stay fit, he will score a lot of goals.”

Certainly Loic Remy already seems to be happy on Tyneside, and the way Newcastle are playing Remy will get lots of chances, and he’s likely to put a high percentage of those into the back of the net.

And with Yoan Gouffran also looking sharp at the moment we have two players up front, who seem likely they can score at any time.

We’ll need some goals at Cardiff on Saturday, but most of all our defense will need to be solid and steady, which they haven’t been in the last two league games, when we have conceded six goals and got ourselves into a little bit of trouble at the moment. 🙁

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34 comments so far

  • Tommyy

    Oct 3, 2013 at 2:34 PM

    Comment #1

    I’ve kept clear of commenting on Pardew for a while now as it winds me up too much to think about him, however having done so, for me his time is done.
    Why should we wait for him to get us playing football when he hasn’t been able to for almost 2 years?
    He hasn’t improved in the slightest, as everyone well knows a fool is someone who tries the same process over and over expecting a different result. That is the exact scenario we find ourselves in.

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 2:50 PM

    Comment #2

    tommy

    kind of agree, he has had plenty of time and has a good squad

    why should we wait now hoping he develops into a good manager when we could just go out and get a good manager, there is no reason we could attract the likes of a laudrupp or pochettino like swans and saints did in recent times.

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  • cjtoon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 2:56 PM

    Comment #3

    I think we have been saying this for 18 months now! personally I agree its time for change.

    I forgot to mention that geordielad also shares the same view as me as to a possible manager candidate.

    Frank De Boer. I would fancy us to suffer a style revamp under his guidance.

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 2:58 PM

    Comment #4

    cjtoon

    I’m not too fussed on who we get as long as they play the modern, passing game. There are tons of managers i won’t have heard of who could be great so not too fussy, just don’t want one of the usual candidates that get banded around when replacing a manager.

    Look at barca, got a south american coach and he has them off to a record start in la liga….good football translates across any language.

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  • geordieboy83

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:05 PM

    Comment #5

    Cj toon I just feel frank de boer knows footy inside out. A master of the Dutch system, bags of experience as a player of the highest calibre, used to the enormous pressure that 52,000 screaming Geordies produces. It for me is a no brainer.
    Transfer sage I see where you’re coming from some fantastic managers turn up that no one has heard of. But I fear we will not be that lucky.

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:13 PM

    Comment #6

    Why would Frank de Boer leave Ajax to join Newcastle? There are only 3 realistic reasons I can think of:
    1 – money
    2 – ambition to manage one of the bigger CL sides in time
    3 – ambition to work with a clear project with NUFC to get into the CL

    So…we’re relying on the second one then…

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  • wolfshead@toon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:19 PM

    Comment #7

    everyone knows the score at the toon so it would be a manager who hasnt worked in a while and wants back in the game or an untried lower league manager in both cases they will happily toe the assley line

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:19 PM

    Comment #8

    Munster Mag

    You can’t blame Ashley for getting Newcastle relegated when and not congratulate him for the signings.

    He shares responsibility for both for sure, but neither were wholly because of him. As for dropping the ground name, the club said that they did it to showcase the potential sponsorship opportunity…and they were proved right as Wonga bought it and then used the opportunity to restore the name. Good PR for them it seemed.

    As for “abusing club legends”, if you mean foolishly employing someone you intended to treat like a manager of a SD store, then yes. However, I wouldn’t call that “abusing”, just that it was a stupid decision to hire an egotistical manager when you’re an egotistical pr**k yourself.

    The advertising…big deal. Didn’t Shepherd have a “Shepherd Holdings” advert at the ground?

    You’re right, Ashley is clearly not brilliant at running a football club, which is why he should have appointed someone who did know what he was doing as soon as he bought the club.

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    Comment #9

    Agreed wolfshead. My choice is Hoddle. His style of play is very well suited to the players that we currently have and if he can keep his mouth shut on controversial issues then maybe it would work.

    However, I wonder what the disability groups might think of that…

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    Comment #10

    TDS

    I don’t think he is hopeful.

    But look at the guy at barca, plucked from south america and imrpinting his style and getting great results, granted easy at barca but still.

    I think there is nothing stopping us getting a manager who is much better, may not be a huge proven name, but if he has the ability and we check them out thoroughly then i’m happy.

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  • wolfshead@toon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:24 PM

    Comment #11

    tds

    haha i think he has prob been advised to attend a disability awareness course somewhere 🙂

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:25 PM

    Comment #12

    ?TDS

    hoddle would be great for us, doubt we’d go for him though

    AS for the stadium name? that proved nothing except free advertising for a year for sports direct. The wonga deal is no more than your average shirt sponsorship and going off a few papers less than the money virgin paid the year before, and according to some a very similar amount.

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  • cjtoon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:25 PM

    Comment #13

    Yeah, at the end of the day all we want to see is good football. We all generally agree we have the playing squad to be able to pull off the technically advanced triangle system we just need somebody to implement it.

    It doesnt matter who it is but people like de boer, guus hiddink & slaven bilic would excite.

    Im equally open to a young british manager. Paul ince he can bring tom with him. 🙂

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  • theartfuldodger

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:28 PM

    Comment #14

    Ashley needs to ask Carr to scout for managers

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:28 PM

    Comment #15

    TS

    It’s not so hard for a top South American coach to fit in with the culture at Barca and understand how they play. Barca can dictate the play against most other teams so it’s down to the opposition to counteract them. That’s not the case with us, we need to counteract what the top 6 teams do and also a few other teams when we’re away from home.

    Barca also have the money to hire and fire managers and the ability in the squad to ensure the lowest they drop is 2nd place. We need stability, which is why Pardew is still there.

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:28 PM

    Comment #16

    whats the name of the british manager who has managed around the caribbean and america a little? a few small national sides i think

    remember reading he was a big talent, an english AVB they said

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  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:29 PM

    Comment #17

    tds

    swansea dont have stability and do well

    its all about stability in style even if the manager changes often

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:31 PM

    Comment #18

    TS

    The stadium name change means nothing now though, certainly not for me. At the time I was annoyed but refused to use it and was happy that most people refused to use it too. Even the council refused to change signs.

    It wouldn’t make sense that Wonga pay less than Virgin were willing to pay so I think that’s just more sh*t stirring from the media. Why are we inclined to believe the negative stories about our club so often? Surely that’s a job for the mackems?

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  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:33 PM

    Comment #19

    TS

    Swansea? Don’t make me laugh…how long have they been in the PL? By stability and doing well I’m talking about 5 years+ of consecutive top 10 finishes in the PL.

    Swansea have some good players but loss of form, injuries or key players leaving and they could easily get relegated.

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  • cjtoon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:34 PM

    Comment #20

    TDS

    Well if we could actually sell a project/vision to a manager then im sure the extra money/challenge of newcastle could tempt someone like de boer. Clearly a big if but we do have that potential.

    As for Hoddle brilliant suggestion. He is great with younger guys too. I went to school with a kid who ended up at the glenn hoddle academy. He is now a full international. he plays attractive stuff too.

    Must stop talking about all these potential managers its quite depressing.

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  • wolfshead@toon

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:45 PM

    Comment #22

    project? vision? money? :-0

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  • kt97toonarmy

    Oct 3, 2013 at 3:51 PM

    Comment #23

    Yes shearer remy will score lots of goals for newcastle. If he stays.

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  • stan anderson

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:01 PM

    Comment #24

    No decent manager is coming to us,not witthe present set up we have.
    We wont pay much,we wont let him spend,h would have to be a yes man also.
    Sowhy would anyone with an ounce of self respect want to be our manager.
    It will be JFK till another co-k su–er is available .

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  • toon kk

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:12 PM

    Comment #25

    People often want Pards out, although I think we could do better who would want to come to a club with very little or no ambition. An owner who MIGHT give funds to improve but most likely won’t. Also with JFK making the decision who comes in if funds become available.
    So it boils down to one manager and that’s Pardew, he’s willing to be a yes man and to be honest he’s working with a lazy bunch who try as and when they feel like it. We could go either of two ways at any time, either top half or be relegated.
    Something Needs a big shake up within the club.

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  • GeordieTwo

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:20 PM

    Comment #26

    This (Cardiff) is another big test for Pardew because the games coming up are so difficult. Even away to the mackems will be a test of sorts because they will get up for it. Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea all coming soon. Where are the points coming from to save Pardew’s neck? I have to think he will be gone by early November no matter what we think. Joe will step in temporarily and then who knows? I think that plan is already in place. The only chance it won’t happen is if we spring some surprise wins on a few good teams.

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  • GeordieTwo

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:20 PM

    Comment #27

    Very interesting comments toon kk @25.

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  • Wandering Geordie

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:25 PM

    Comment #28

    I am not normally a rumour merchant…. just passing on some info I received on Tuesday from a woman I know who lives in Derbyshire.
    Make what you want from it.She has no reason to lie.Ashley possesses about 5-6 houses in a village called Glapwell and she saw him and a what she called a famous Footballer/ Manager getting out of a car with Ashley and into one of the houses.She couldn’t name him but has seen him in the papers and on tv. Normally these houses are used for Ashley’s top brass as it’s close to his headquarters in Shirebrook.Info came totally out of the blue and I am in South America and never spoke to her for months,but she know’s I am a fan.
    Will keep you posted if she comes up with a name.

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  • Williamsonsuks

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:47 PM

    Comment #29

    Cabaye voted MOTM against Everton? WTF!! Ok he scored a nice goal and that was it. All he did after that was hack Everton’s players and then apologise and helped them to their feet. People have to take off their rose tinted glasses, the boy wants out and the sooner the better. Gouffran put another good shift in when everybody else was pathetic. Goofy was definitely MOTM.

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  • Maladoni 69

    Oct 3, 2013 at 4:53 PM

    Comment #30

    Will keep you posted if she comes up with a name.

    Wandering, if his first name is Joe I’ll laugh my ar*e off.

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  • Wandering Geordie

    Oct 3, 2013 at 5:26 PM

    Comment #31

    @maladoni

    I asked her that obviously and if it was Pardew and she knew is wasn’t them

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  • lesh

    Oct 3, 2013 at 7:49 PM

    Comment #32

    Does Shearer include acting as one of his many talents?

    Inspector Montalbano comes to mind? Si?

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  • headtheball

    Oct 3, 2013 at 10:43 PM

    Comment #34

    Williamsonsucks@29
    Well, at least two of us thought Gouffy should have been MoM. Pity Parsnip has to keep substituting him. If we had more with his speed , control and work ethic and Percy would select and let him get on with it for 90 mins, we could be in a better position.
    Just my opinion of course. Not a FACT.

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