Salomon Rondon Sends Out Positive Message To Fans


Salomon Rondon tweeted a message after his excellent performance yesterday for Newcastle when he scored two goals.

The second was a blistering header that almost broke the net – not seen since the days of a certain Alan Shearer.

And Rondon held the ball up well in the second half and drew some fouls – like Alan used to do – to help relieve the pressure on the defense.

His experience was there for all to see.

We have to sign this player permanently as soon as possible.

It seems that Alan Shearer is already a big fan of Rondon, and he should know how good a striker is.

Translation – Three very important points and two goals in St. James’ Park … Perfect Saturday!

There seems a lot more to come from Rondon – once he gets fully match fit.

That’s what Rafa says – so imustst be right!

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51 comments so far

  • kimbo

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:12 AM

    Comment #1

    What a difference a proper No9 makes.
    10/10 for yesterday’s performance.

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  • DubaiMicky

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:19 AM

    Comment #2

    Anyone else see the new war memorial which has been unveiled at St James’ Park, carrying the names of the 30 former nufc players who died serving during both World Wars, located at the Alder-Sweeney Memorial Garden behind the Milburn Stand?

    Respect. I don’t think the fat twat tat seller understands what our club is all about – frankly I’m surprised he agreed to a naming of the garden and a memorial too.

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  • Jib

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:27 AM

    Comment #3

    DubaiMicky
    – frankly I’m surprised he agreed to a naming of the garden and a memorial too.

    Frankly your constant childish OTT criticism is making you anti – Ashley lot look foolish.

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  • DubaiMicky

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:39 AM

    Comment #4

    When I can get a rise out of you Jib, I know I’m doing the right thing.

    Surprised he didn’t call it the SD garden.

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  • Tramp

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:41 AM

    Comment #5

    A man running a business in a way that’s disagreeable to most does not make him any less human. Contrary to popular belief Mike Ashley is not an evil human. He’s an unsavoury, immoral businessman. This does not make his feelings on those lost in conflict any less than yours or anybody’s. Spinning a monument and the naming of a garden in to a piece to attack Mike Ashley only serves to highlight what an absolute fool you are.

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  • Ron Knee

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:55 AM

    Comment #6

    “The creeping takeover of struggling high streets by Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley has come at a cost of 6,000 jobs and more than £1bn in unpaid bills, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal.

    “An analysis of Mr Ashley’s raids on distressed retailers and pre-packaged deals with administrators shows how he has capitalised on Britain’s insolvency laws to build his empire.”

    Is this a man overloaded with empathy?

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  • Geordie-john

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:58 AM

    Comment #7

    I hope that Sol keeps this up as he was VERY like Shearer when he used to attack the opponents goal. We have needed a striker like this for a LONG time.

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  • martoon

    Nov 11, 2018 at 11:59 AM

    Comment #8

    DubaiMicky – I’d imagine them kind of decisions and organisation are left to the club officials and don’t have to be approved by MA. Although saying that I was looking for the SD sign in the middle of the Poppy Reef yesterday 😉

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  • DubaiMicky

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:10 PM

    Comment #9

    I don’t get how it is possible to be an ash sympathiser and yet purport to support our Club.

    If someone would like to educate me I’m all ears.

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  • Genjikai

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:15 PM

    Comment #10

    Jib your constant OTT deflection and defence of ashley is a disgrace.

    26
  • ilovetoon8788

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:36 PM

    Comment #11

    Imagine with a proper no. 10. Ayoze if not scoring, does absolutely nothing. And he has missed so many chances in the last 3 games by poor finishing.

    A no. 10 in January as priority and we are settled for avoiding relegation. But we need to keep yedlin fit all season. His pace is our biggest asset.

    2
  • Jail for Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:45 PM

    Comment #12

    ilovetoon8788,
    You shouldn’t be allowed to call us “us”. You’re a disgraceful wretch of a man/boy. About the only time I’ve every agreed with Jiblets is when he called for you to be banned.

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  • Moonraker15

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:46 PM

    Comment #13

    A couple of good results eases the spectre of Ashley’s ownership, but I’m afraid we are in limbo as long as he owns the club.
    His business philosophy is low end and usually cashing in on failed businesses, which would be ok if he then invested in them, but he doesn’t. A trip to a Sports Direct High Street outlet soon gives you an idea of his standards.
    I’m saddened by the clear lack of maintenance at the stadium; I used to be really proud of it but now it’s getting shabby!

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:46 PM

    Comment #14

    Would you have squealed with delight again had Defoe scored a winner, you cretin.

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  • cyprus

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:47 PM

    Comment #15

    If I were a Fulham fan I would’ve been fuming. They score a perfectly legitimate goal (yes, Mitro), disallowed, concede immediately after (30 seconds).

    That’s them, could’ve been us. Bring VAR. It won’t favour the big team.

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  • lesh

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:51 PM

    Comment #16

    Ron Knee

    “An analysis of Mr Ashley’s raids on distressed retailers and pre-packaged deals with administrators shows how he has capitalised on Britain’s insolvency laws to build his empire.”

    All that while abdicating responsibility for a targeted distressed company’s final salary [DB] pension scenes by negotiating a deal such that the schemes are taken into the PPF, which is financed by other DB schemes – in other words using scheme assets which include the contributions made by scheme members and employers. Members of such schemes more often than not lose out by having to take a reduced pension on retirement.

    Such arrangements are perfectly legal and give scheme members more than they’d had their schemes been allowed to go bust. However, they do give buyers like Ashley a way out of taking responsibility for distressed employers’ DB pension schemes.

    Caring capitalism? I should cocoa!

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  • Ron Knee

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:55 PM

    Comment #17

    I think it’s called Vulture Capitalism, lesh.

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  • lesh

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:55 PM

    Comment #18

    Dubai, Martoon

    I’d imagine the cost of the memorial plaque and the garden would be coppers in relation to the club’s turnover and would probably have been approved locally – paid for out of the corporate PR or whatever budget.

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  • DubaiMicky

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:56 PM

    Comment #19

    Exactly lesh, hence my previous comment about ash.

    It may well be legal, but does that make him have integrity, is morally correct, honourable or honest.

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  • lesh

    Nov 11, 2018 at 12:59 PM

    Comment #20

    Genjikai

    A disgrace they may be, but Jib and Jane posts those pro-Ashley comments to draw attention to him/ herself. It’s the only chance they get to chat with normal, mentally balanced human beings.

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  • lesh

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:05 PM

    Comment #21

    Whoops

    * final salary [DB] pension SCHEMES

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  • lesh

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:09 PM

    Comment #22

    DubaiMicky

    I can’t see many disagreeing were he described as amoral when it comes to business. Ashley’s greed overrides any decency he may have been born with.

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:10 PM

    Comment #23

    I was wondering what Ashley saw in these High Street shops as they’re falling like dominoes. He knows they’re going to fail and close, however he picked up 28M worth of stock from Evans for his 9M to sell online and in the best shops, don’t expect many of them to be still open in a couple of years. Gawd knows how much stock came with 90M of HoF.

    2
  • beermonkey

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:30 PM

    Comment #24
  • Paully

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:48 PM

    Comment #25

    When he can make £100’s of millions in one fell swoop you’d think he’d hoy some scraps from the kings table down to the dog of NUFC.

    1
  • Essex Geordie Bill

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:57 PM

    Comment #26

    Thought the ref was pretty fair with his decisions, we could and should have had a pen, the arm was out and the ball was heading goalwards, the ball to arm scenario didn’t come into that incident. But they probably should have had a pen as well so the two balanced out.

    He could have easily issued more yellow cards but instead let the game flow, so an 8/10 for me.

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  • Essex Geordie Bill

    Nov 11, 2018 at 1:59 PM

    Comment #27

    Cyprus
    That poll by the mag was a load of sh!te imo, there is a definite elephant in the room, did you spot it?

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  • Essex Geordie Bill

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:07 PM

    Comment #28

    Last week after the Watford game i said that I thought Rondon would come good with more games and I based my opinion on a single incident in the game.

    He jumped for a ball and landed a bit awkwardly but didn’t flop clumsily to the ground which you might have expected from such a big bloke. He instead did a neat little backward roll coming up nimbly onto his feet.

    That for me showed he’s quite agile for a big bloke, and he showed that against Bournemouth, could be a little faster but he’s definitely no carthorse.

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  • cyprus

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:16 PM

    Comment #29

    Essex
    No. Where was it? Probably right next to me? 🙂

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  • beermonkey

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:23 PM

    Comment #30

    essex

    rondon looked have to say if he carries on i will have to eat a bit humble pis as i was not to happy
    but as long as it comes with lashings of cream i will happily eat it

    to be fair it wasnt just him they all played well, rafa got some probs when laschelles muto shelves are back
    all though i think muto will get his spot back

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  • Hail Wor Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:34 PM

    Comment #31

    Thoughts on yesterday:

    Odd how our team ethic and willingness to fight for the cause has taken a marked upturn since Lascelles and Shelvey have been absent. Two players who most would’ve had in our top 3 most important players.

    So why has it happened? Mere coincidence, I don’t buy that, there is a cause to everything and we absolutely have looked more determined and fluid since 2nd half of the Watford match.

    Maybe they’re becoming complacent with their newfound status as leaders and automatic picks among the squad? Neither has been at the standard shown last season. Did the overlooking of national call-ups demotivate them? With Shelvey I think it probably has for sure, he played his best football of his career for 6months and was never even really considered despite calls in the media for his inclusion, he made little secret of how much it would’ve meant to him.

    Additionally in Shelvey’s case, he more than anybody benefited from Gayle and they grew to have a great understanding.

    If we receive a silly bid of £50-60m for Lascelles I can see Rafa taking it, provided he gets to use it all!

    For me Fernandez is just as tough, smarter, better on the ball and has the leadership/organisational abilities. Great buy.

    Schar is classy too, if less physical than either Lascelle’s or Fernandez. Makes such a difference to the confidence of the team to have 2 comfy, decisive ballplayers at CB and perhaps being a bit weaker at set-pieces is a price worth paying at the moment.

    Throw Lejeune into the mix when back fit – not as enthusiastic about him as some, but back end of last season he had his best spell of form and started to really look the part. Main criticisms are he’s another high quality passer, but seems to think he’s a good dribbler too, often gets caught upfield elaborating in possession and is susceptible to balls into the channel.

    Clark is a more than adequate 4th choice and has enough ability to come in and make others earn their place back if he gets on a good run of form. Again, he too is better on the ball than Lascelles.

    Of all our players who may be attracting interest from top clubs though, I think Yedlin may be the most monitored. Has all the assets to hit the same heights as Kyle Walker and could see many clubs taking an interest in him.

    Right now priority buys would be:

    ST
    10
    CM
    RW

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  • Jib

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:35 PM

    Comment #32

    I was hoping the valiants would spring a surprise
    but the scum score after 40seconds !

    2
  • cyprus

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:39 PM

    Comment #33

    For now, the best CB’s are those two, Fernandez the pick. But, we’re spoilt for choice in that position. The other three can easily slot into place

    I’d stick with the back four, as is. Have kept major danger at bay.

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  • Mindshaft

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:40 PM

    Comment #34

    As much as I despise Ashley’s tenure at the club you can hardly blame him for snapping up HoF etc for cut price deals , they may have had assets but they were effectively bust. The high street is in demise and all these large chains are struggling.
    Clearly Ashley needs to streamline failing shops , the world has moved on and the internet , A.I, automation and manufacturing methods are creating less manual jobs (automotive industry will be next ).
    Luckily football along with other sports are something that will survive technology – HWTL

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  • Paully

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:42 PM

    Comment #35

    Good appraisal Hail, hard to argue with any of that tbh.

    Muto or Perez?

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  • Optimistic Panda

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:44 PM

    Comment #36

    Whilst doing the necessary decorating and fixing stuff in my new gaff yesterday I was listening on the radio.

    At one point I’m sure they said yesterday was the 140th EPL game since Nufc had a opposition player sent off against them.

    Any statistician confirm this?

    Sounds about right though.

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  • Jib

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:51 PM

    Comment #37

    It was Bradley Johnson 28 Jan 2014 for Norwich
    however
    Loic Remy was sent off at the same time .

    3
  • Jail for Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:52 PM

    Comment #38

    HWA,
    Ha ha,
    if a bid for Lascelles comes in for 50/60M do you think Rafa will have any say in the matter, Mashers will cream his pants over such a blatant con.

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  • Jail for Ashley

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:53 PM

    Comment #39

    Jiblets,
    And you knew they were callled the Valiants before todays game didn’t you, you font of all knowledge you!!!

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  • Pitmatic

    Nov 11, 2018 at 2:54 PM

    Comment #40

    Cyprus

    It’s a bit naive to assume that VAR won’t favour the big teams. They spend more time in the opposition box, have more corners etc, so the likelihood is that they’ll benefit from far more spurious appeals for penalties, which will be awarded on the flimsiest of video evidence. Also, as we saw during the WC, the decision to use video evidence is highly subjective and inconsistent, so the same refereeing biases we see at the moment will just be replicated with VAR. It will be a disaster IMO.

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