This Was Newcastle’s Best Player At Cardiff


There could only be one player who took the honors in Cardiff on Saturday as Newcastle’s best player,  and that was on loan striker Loic Remy, who scored two great first half goals to get Newcastle’s second road win of the campaign, and that was as many as we won away from home all of last season.

oic remy at cardiff

Loic Remy – two great goals on Saturday

Now if we can win at home, starting against Liverpool a week on Saturday, then we could start climbing that league table this season.

Yohan Cabaye and Mike Williamson also had good games and were second and third in the voting, which is still open if you haven’t yet cast your vote.

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4 comments so far

  • Slank

    Oct 7, 2013 at 8:33 AM

    Comment #1

    geordieboy83

    Couldn’t resist it.

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  • Assam Toon

    Oct 7, 2013 at 8:44 AM

    Comment #2

    What are our chances against liverpool? one of my many friends who follow liverpool just said “do u know who we play next?” and grinned. besides, its gerrard’s 600th match and we won last week so the pressure to win is less.

    Anyway, if someone would have beaten me up like they did to us last time, i would go all out to flatten the guy, doesn’t matter if i die in the process.
    If Pardew has any shame he should inspire the team to go hell bent for leather against liverpool…and one more team.

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  • brighter

    Oct 7, 2013 at 8:46 AM

    Comment #3

    Is Williamson the third in the vote??
    why we conceded a goal for them?it actually cost by Williamson’s awful mistake.

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  • Spartak Miserable

    Oct 7, 2013 at 10:59 AM

    Comment #4

    And the colour of this font is Black.

    Sorry, couldn’t help also stating a rediculously obvious statement.

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