Our Man Of The Match Is Now A Budding Super Star

Ayoze Perez is our Man of the Match for the fifth game running,  and as well as playing really well for Newcastle these days, the 21 year-old is becoming consistent and he is always in the thick of things in the games he plays.

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Ayoze Perez after scoring yesterday

Perez scored a great goal for Newcastle in the second half yesterday when there was four Everton defenders – not including the goalkeeper – between him and the goal, and he still somehow managed to hit the ball home to give Newcastle a 2-1 lead.

And then he had another good shot saved by the goalkeeper and in stoppage time he hit the post.

Perez has a massive 75% of the vote.

Papiss Cisse and Jack Colback got the other goals in the 3-1 win but the press are trying to ensure Papiss Cisse is banned for three games after elbowing Seamus Coleman in the face in the first half.

Id Papiss is banned that will put more pressure on Ayoze Perez to score goals but this lad seems to take it all in the stride, and is now a budding super-star at Newcastle.

Next in the voting is Moussa Sissoko in second place, and the Frenchman had another strong powerful game for Newcastle, and the Frenchman gives us power and thrust in midfield.

And third in the voting is one of our most consistent players – local lad Jack Colback – who scored his first goal for the club yesterday, and put in another one of those 100% totally committed performances for this home town club.

Jack seems to be inspired playing in a black and white shirt.

It was simply a great win for the lads, and they did well to come back after going one down after only five minutes of the game.

We still are too leaky in defense and too sloppy at times with our passing – but you cannot doubt the commitment of the players – they gave their all for the Newcastle cause yesterday.

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Next up is Burnley at home on Thursday, and we have to go all out in that game for another three points against a side who have improved a lot over the last six weeks.

Howay The Lads!!

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12 comments so far

  • Bambams

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:18 AM

    Comment #1

    I was so pleased when that final whistle went !

  • nico

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:18 AM

    Comment #2

    Perez, Siss and Colback were all very good yesterday.
    As for Pardew, why would he leave a secure job for a job where he’ll be sacked in less than a year.
    I for one hope he stays as I think he’s ok.
    Who else we going to get that’s better?

  • expatmag

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:23 AM

    Comment #3


    It would be beneficial all round to refresh the manager, playing squad and coaching and coaching staff. Four years of utter dross at this club of ours is unacceptable.

  • yorkymag

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    Comment #4

    Money plain and simple plus he has a connection
    He would get more money doing a year or so at palace than staying and then get compo
    Heis the lowest paid manager in prem with exception of burnley

  • Albertan_J

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    Comment #5

    I’d possibly get excited about Perez if I thought for a second FMA would buy a striker like Benteke to play alongside him. The only glimmer of hope is that de jong will give him better service when he is fit. As for Pardew he is and always will be a chancer who would be willing to replace him in this regime?

  • Pottz

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:27 AM

    Comment #6

    Perez is due an injury soon.

    Either the usual muscle strain or someone will take him out.

    As for Pardew…who cares if he goes.

    Ashley will replace him with another puppet and mediocrity will continue.

  • Mister Tuff

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:29 AM

    Comment #7

    There has to be legs in the story about King Percy – the current unmanaged scenario would not be allowed if it were not true. The lack of information is fuelling the speculation. Mr Tubbs does not like speculation.
    de Boer would be my first choice replacement – still hard to believe it could be him.
    As alluded to previously a fantastic bonus for the blog could be that some of King Percys’ followers leave with him -can you imagine no fool from the valleys’, no Jeff, no mag, and others who profess not to support him but do.
    This would be like having yet another Christmas day.

  • cyprus

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:31 AM

    Comment #8

    I think there are many many very good managers who would jump at managing a PL club.

    If you like AP, fair enough. But saying nobody good would want to come here is just not right.

    On balance, I think we’re about ready for a change. We haven’t been able to kick on, we are too up and down.

  • Lilongwe Geordie

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:34 AM

    Comment #9

    There are plenty of reasons as to why Pards would head off to Palace. Family live in London, a club he holds close to his heart, a club with fans that hold him in high regard, more money, an escape from the pressure of the ‘goldfish bowl’, to name but a few.

    I’m not saying he will, although I’d be surprised if he wasn’t interested. I’ve seen figures of £3.5million, £5million and £6million touted as the required amount for releasing him from his contract. To Palace that is a sizeable chunk of cash, and would surely be better spent bolstering their squad? Anyway, I’m sure we will know more today, as Pards has pre match media duties tomorrow so I think any deal will be pretty much finalised before that if it is going ahead.

    As for replacements, manager recruitment isn’t all that different to players. If you do your homework you can pick up a fairly unknown for small amounts of cash that is a very good manager. But have we been doing that homework, maybe, but I’d think it unlikely. There are plenty of young high quality coaches out there if we look, but whether Ashley has the knowledge, or the people in place to do so is pretty unlikely.

    I personally don’t see Ashley making a play for a top European manager who is in a job, although I think it is foolish to say they wouldn’t be interested. I imagine someone like De Boer would view it as an opportunity to showcase himself to a wider audience and at a more competitive level. Similar to Cabaye, Debuchy, Sissoko etc before moving on to one of the elite.

    Finally, we are on to Ashley’s most likely method of recruitment – the people he already knows. O’Leary, Hoddle, Poyet, Wise, Kinnear and Beardsley all spring to mind immediately on this list. None of those fill me with much/any confidence.

    I fully expect Beardsley to be promoted. we did bring in a coach who has been working with Beardsley in the development and also seeing U18’s brought through to development in the summer. A very highly qualified coach at that, so it would not be a difficult transition for him to assume Beardo’s responsibilities.

  • TheDrewid

    Dec 29, 2014 at 8:36 AM

    Comment #10

    I thought Colback was excellent yesterday. His pass completion rate had to be well over 90%, as I didn’t see him make one error in the middle of the pitch until the last 5 minutes. Reminds me a lot of David Batty. Absolute star that lad and has to be the best value signing in the whole league.

  • nufc 11

    Dec 29, 2014 at 9:31 AM

    Comment #11

    Heard ma likes working with English coaches and knowing mike he wouldnt be paying compo to get a new 1 which makes pulis a fellow londoner hot favourite having siad that ap is on small wages compared to his peers so you could expect someone no one would expect with ma watch this space.

  • Slater

    Dec 29, 2014 at 5:07 PM

    Comment #12

    Ashleys plan all along was probably to stick by Pardew because if sacked, compo would have to be payed. If he’s poached by another club, compo would be owed. Money which would be pocketed before bringing in another ‘mate’. Wouldn’t be surprised to see Dennis Wise’s name thrown about.


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