Two Newcastle Heroes Speak Out After Famous Win – Video

Here’s an interview with Papiss Cisse and Jak Alnwick, who were interviewed immediately after the game – and it was good to hear from Jak – who did an excellent job in the second half for his local club,

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John Carver congratulates Jak Alnwick after the game

And of course Papiss Cisse, who scored two more opportunist goals for the side – and now has 7 Premier League goals in just 9 appearances for Newcastle this season. 😀

Both players were heroes for us yesterday.

Howay The Lads!!

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9 comments so far

  • Jail for Ashley

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:27 AM

    Comment #1

    Does anyone have a link for Motd, I thought it started at 10.30 last night.

  • Average_Contents

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:30 AM

    Comment #2

    Jfa It did.

    The repeat was on this morning at 8am I think. Try the BBC iplayer mate.

  • jimmysmith

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:31 AM

    Comment #3

    Gettyfooty is good for motd and full replays. Often has the 1st half up, while the 2nd is underway.

  • Jail for Ashley

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:33 AM

    Comment #4

    It must have started at 10 20 as they were doing the analysis when he switched over, I player doesn’t show it for a few days yet

  • Average_Contents

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:38 AM

    Comment #5

    Gutted mate lol.

    You’ll have to watch MOTD2 tonight. Or like jimmy said use that gettyfoot.

    I still haven’t watched it as the kids are watching Christmas cartoons. Haven’t got the heart to turn it over.

  • catchy in norway

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:45 AM

    Comment #6

    let me start by saying FABTASTIC RESULT yesterday, not many seen that coming esp ME.

    it was bad form from Jose to blame the ball boys for them not wining, esp when you look at the stats,

    26 shots 9 on target
    67% possession
    10 corners

    for me they had more than enough time, and lets be fair, 6 mins of added on time was more than enough to compensate for the ball boys,

    for me it was more about wanting it more, they thought they could just turn up to one of our training matches and walk away with the points, they didn’t really try hard enough,

    that said, you have to look at that comment that Jose said, and I think he is bang on the money, most of our matches look like friendlies/training matches, we do not want to attack in the first half of any match regardless of who it is we are playing, now im not saying we don’t attack in the first half, we just don’t get many bodies forward.
    if you look at who we have beaten this season its very impressive
    Man C
    4 from the top 6 last season , but that tactic works when the other team comes play football so we can hit them on the break,
    now factor in the
    Lei C
    west ham
    these teams don’t want to play football, and we end up with a narrow hard fought win draw or loss,

    we use the same tactic vs everyone, we sit in – goals , we don’t really use our best players in the best positions, its all about doing it his way, which for the most part is wrong,
    remmy came on VS Burnley sitting just behind the forward, looked quite good, stared on the right wing vs Chelsea was starved of the ball, and looked poor

    when confidence is high as it is right now, its ok, as everything looks great with these narrow wins, but when confidence is low, as it has been for long spells during his time here, we just look terrible, like we are in training mode, and results don’t really matter so much, this in when the clueless one should be earning his money. but he just sits it out until his next lucky streak

  • Slank

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:46 AM

    Comment #7

    I’m curious as I don’t live in the UK but I have 14 day catch up on virtually all UK as well as many foreign stations. Is this not the case in the UK ?

    Also there is no BBC licence fee and no subscription payment to Sky.

  • catchy in norway

    Dec 7, 2014 at 10:51 AM

    Comment #8

    il just add, I have no problem playing his only tactic against the top teams, I just wish he would be a bit more brave against the teams that we all know will be in the bottom 10,
    its what you do against these teams that will give you your final position at the end of the season, its no good beaten the top 5 teams, drawing against the next best 5 placing teams, then losing to the bottom 10, which is pretty much what we do

  • county down magpie

    Dec 7, 2014 at 6:48 PM

    Comment #9

    Ffs Catchy will you not for once let it go. Fair enough you point out all his inadequacies as a manager, and rightly so, and you are consistent so no one can accuse you of being a flavour of the month kinda guy.

    BUT as someone on here rightly said yesterday if everyone feels it’s fair to Slate Pardew for our losses then surely even the most entrenched against him must give him at least a little praise for the run we’ve been on the last wee while?

    I myself am not overly enamoured with the guy but can see how a lot of this past run has to do with him and how he has handled the start of the season adversity and how the squad have seen that and almost fed off it.

    His starting lineups, forced on him maybe, have been almost what everyone here have been calling for. His subs have been at the right time, the right people and for the right reasons.

    Maybe he has learned from the weight of criticism, maybe he’s right in saying it’s his most settled squad since he came here and that the young ones are starting to get to grips with it or maybe you believe the players are just doing what they want to do themselves and its got nowt to do with him??


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