Alan Pardew has talked in the local press today, and said that his job is to get performances out of his team that are worthy of the best fans in the world – well if we read that one correctly – doesn’t that mean we have to have a team close to the best in the world – or are we missing something? 😀
Alan Pardew – needs to get the best out of his team – for the fans
This is what Newcastle manager has said in the local press today:
“I’m the manager of the football team, and I need to get performances that are worthy of our fans,” “We have the best fans in the world. ” “They set off at 6.30am, and it was a tough old day for them.”
“We now have two home games, and we can look forward to them.” “Loic’s in red-hot form,” “I thought he’d score the first one. You just don’t expect him to miss.”
“For the second one he was calm and went round the goalie. He gave us a platform to win the game.” “I thought in the first half, for an away team, we deserved the lead,”
“We hit them on the break. We had a few chances. I don’t think they caused us real anxiety, apart from a few shots from the outside of the box.”
“The second half was different. We got a little bit too deep, and they turned up the heat.” “They passed it very, very well, and we had to ride our luck a little bit thanks to a fantastic goalie and two centre-halves who are bang in form.”
“We ended up getting a clean sheet, which is a marvellous, marvellous result.”
It only takes two defeats in a row for there to be talk of relegation in Newcastle, and it only takes two successive wins against top six teams to send Newcastle fans into orbit, and that’s what’s happened in these last two games with our lads giving simply magnificent performances for the team, let’s give credit where it’s due.
And we have often praised those loyal fans who follow the team around the country – they are the salt of the earth as far as Newcastle United are concerned, and it’s something my father did when I was a toddler.
We have two successive home games against Norwich City and West Brom, two games we won last season, and the key for the players is not to get carried away by success, but approach these two games as another couple of difficult games, which they certainly will be.
if we can win the next two games, things will be looking very good indeed in the Newcastle garden, and that’s probably an under-statement right there.
Howay The Lads!!
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