Newcastle 2 Chelsea 0 – Extended Video Highlights

Here’s 7 minutes of video highlights of Newcastle’s fantastic 2-0 win against Chelsea on Saturday

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13 comments so far

  • Graeme

    Nov 3, 2013 at 12:19 AM

    Comment #1

    I think you will find that at the end of the 7 minutes, NUFC will have played really well, will score 2 cracking goals and poor Chelski will have scored NIL!!

    If only we play with the same level of passion and commitment over the next 7 – 10 games, we will all be so much happier. If we go up against spurs, like we played against Hull or the scum, then this game becomes meaningless. Today’s version of NUFC is the one we expect to see from here on in. Bring it on!

  • mattnufc

    Nov 3, 2013 at 12:22 AM

    Comment #2

    ^That’s the ideal situation. But Newcastle is a circus, and the next drama is impending!

  • Yohan Kebab

    Nov 3, 2013 at 12:58 AM

    Comment #3

    i cannot see the video 🙁

  • NOVA2967

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:16 AM

    Comment #4

    Funny music, I think Shola and Remy are a nice duo… Cisse can win his place back and Sissoko on the right unitizes his power because he’s been garbage for most the year and the first half.
    -Anita, what a player… Anita should be first of the bench every game for either cm or sissoko…
    Benny and Cisse are impact subs until they show otherwise…
    -Pardew was great today, solid team, solid buys… team is just inconsistent but really shouldn’t have much negative vibes….
    -Finally getting goals from set pieces which is big, maybe the consistence in manager is building a foundation….
    -I think a lot of managers would of lost the players by now with cabeye wanting out and benny and cisse form… Credit to Pardew
    -We have a ways to go and could finish anywhere this season so lets cheer on this team and see what happens… could be much much worse

  • toonfield

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:19 AM

    Comment #5

    Newcastle director of football Joe Kinnear tried to sign midfielder Shane Ferguson after a scouting trip to Birmingham – only to be told the 22-year-old was already a Newcastle player and had been loaned to the Blues.
    Full story: Sunday People

  • Yohan Kebab

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:27 AM

    Comment #6

    could anita play lm? him cabaye tiote sissoko on right, gouffran remy up top

  • Yohan Kebab

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:31 AM

    Comment #7

    anita has played lb and cm for considerable periods, so could well have the skills to be a very capable lm.

    sissoko imo is more effective on the right than in the centre as he has good understanding with debuchy behind him and cabaye next to him, probably from the french set up.

    also gives him space to use his pace, of which he has plenty

  • wolfshead@toon

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:40 AM

    Comment #8


    its too pathetic to be funny

  • Mister Tuff

    Nov 3, 2013 at 1:57 AM

    Comment #9

    bit like yourself.

  • ilovetoon8788

    Nov 3, 2013 at 2:29 AM

    Comment #10

    Kinnear, surprisingly brought back to the club by owner Mike Ashley last season, believed he had unearthed a precocious talent on a spying mission.

    After watching Birmingham City against Swansea City in a recent League Cup game the former Newcastle manager spoke to Brum officials about midfielder Shane Ferguson.

    He expressed an interest and even went as far as asking whether the Championship club would consider selling the Northern Ireland international – and for how much?

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    At first our guy thought he was joking but then he realised Joe didn’t know that Ferguson was already a Newcastle player

    Dumbfounded Birmingham officials, realising that Kinnear wasn’t joking, then had to point out that Ferguson was in fact on a season-long loan – from Newcastle!

    Many Newcastle fans were dismayed when Kinnear returned to Tyneside believing he was out of touch. Kinnear retorted that his football knowledge was second to none and he had a bookful of contacts who would be beneficial to the club.

    A Birmingham insider confirmed Kinnear’s latest embarrassment. He said: “Shane Ferguson had a good game the night Joe watched us. After the match was over he spoke to one of our officials and said he was interested in signing him.

    “At first our guy thought he was joking but then he realised Joe didn’t know that Ferguson was already a Newcastle player.”

    The 22-year-old who has 13 Northern Ireland caps is in his second loan spell at St Andrew’s.


    Our Director of Football. Who knows absolutely nothing of our club and whose playing for us.

    What a joke. And we are suppose to be depending on him to get top signings in like Loic Remy?


    not in a million years.

  • cyprus

    Nov 3, 2013 at 7:18 AM

    Comment #11

    I’m assuming you realise that story is a joke.

    On the game: Just when we are about to give up on the coach, the players, the owner, we get that display! Tactically spot on, a deserved win against one of the PL’s favourites. And this on the back of a very good 0-0 (normal time) display against another favourite who put 7 past poor Chris.

    And: we’ve been dominating (maybe too strong a term) quite a few games, somewhat of a rarity in ALL of AP’s time: e.g. Hull (yes), Sunderland (yes) and shading it in the last two.

    So, if we blame the owner for our shambles, do we praise him for our glories ;()

  • nico

    Nov 3, 2013 at 7:50 AM

    Comment #12

    Is this Joe Kinnear story a joke or is it true?
    I know he’s an idiot, but surely he can’t be that stupid.

  • jasper

    Nov 3, 2013 at 8:06 AM

    Comment #13

    Great game…..but……can anyone remember a worse cameo than Obertan’s? He might have been involved in the last goal – but Anita should get most of the credit – but managed misplaced passes, a give-and-stand-still and when through on goal forgot to take the ball with him,
    I don’t like writing players off but sometimes you have to draw the line.
    Positives – Tiote continues to show restraint and not jump in recklessly,
    Left side of defence much stronger
    Shola can still play the target man for Remy and others to work off. Not on,y does he mean that we can win the ball off clearances and crosses but he also bolsters the defence at corners. Those dependent upon MoD highlights won’t have seen his run from halfway beating three defenders followed by a selfless attempt to pass to Remy when most would have taken a shot. Pity he isn’t up to a full game any more.


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