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Entries Tagged as 'Coaching'

Players Let Themselves And The Fans Down Today

September 21st, 2013 · 132 Comments

The Newcastle defense went to sleep at least twice during this game that allowed Hull City to score their first two goals, and that was after Newcastle looked very good in the first 25 minutes of this game, were well on top, and had gone ahead with a good Loic Remy goal. Loic Remy looked […]

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Tags: Coaching · Loic Remy · Premier League

This Is Why It’s So Hard To Be Logical About Newcastle

September 21st, 2013 · 9 Comments

Alan Pardew came under tremendous pressure in the summer after last season’s poor showing, when amazingly we had to fight off a relegation scare, and we only just managed to accomplish that when Wigan started to lose some of their last games of the season, , and one of our problems was that our squad was just […]

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Tags: Coaching · FA Cup · Newcastle News · Premier League

Here’s A Player Who Has Taken His Chance This Season

September 21st, 2013 · 10 Comments

Vurnon Anita is getting some good publicity today, for the way he has buckled down at Newcastle, and he has played very well when he got his chance to play in Newcastle’s midfield, with Cheick Tiote being injured and Yohan Cabaye refusing to play, and Vurnon has come in and got the job done for […]

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Tags: Capital One Cup · Cheick Tiote · Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League · Vurnon Anita

Newcastle Have Now Moved To A New Level

September 21st, 2013 · 7 Comments

Vurnon Anita is one of the three or four players in the Newcastle side who are showing vast improvement over last season, and he will probably start again this afternoon against Hull City, and he has already given some tidy and efficient performance for Newcastle in midfield, and of course he is keeping Cheick Tiote out […]

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Tags: Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League · Vurnon Anita

Pardew Blasts Media On Over-Reaction And Fantasy

September 20th, 2013 · 26 Comments

Alan Pardew has been interviewed in the press, and he has talked about the media, and what he calls thro knee-jerk reactions to events, and an example of this is that after two successive defeats Joe Mourinho’s job is now reported to be on the line at Chelsea. Jose Mourinho – job on the line?

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Tags: Coaching · Premier League · TV coverage

Geordie Fans Overwhelmingly Expect This Result Against Hull

September 20th, 2013 · 39 Comments

On paper you  would expect Newcastle United to be able to win tomorrow at home to newly promoted Hull City, but no game in the Premier League is ever easy, and Hull are probably a better side than most people give them credit for, and these are the types of games that are really important […]

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Tags: Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League · Yoan Gouffran

These New Players Are Starting To Blossom

September 20th, 2013 · 34 Comments

Buying five Frenchmen in January seemed a bit of a panic move by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley,  but it was done to keep Newcastle’s place in the Premier League intact, and it worked, although only just. Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa – started the season well

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Tags: Coaching · Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa · Mathieu Debuchy · Moussa Sissoko · Newcastle News · Yoan Gouffran

Our Team Is Similar To The One That Finished 5th Top

September 20th, 2013 · 9 Comments

Things are looking up at the moment, but that upbeat mood could quickly come crashing down, if for instance we lose tomorrow at home to newly promoted Hull City, and the last time this fixture was held five years ago, we were beaten 2-1, and that was the first match after Kevin Keegan had resigned from […]

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Tags: Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League

FA Chairman’s Blast At Newcastle

September 19th, 2013 · 149 Comments

The new FA Chairman Greg Dyke has made it a priority that he somehow gets more English players playing in the Premier League,  and he has already criticized the policies of both Newcastle and Sunderland, for recruiting too many players from the continent. Greg Dyke – new FA Chairman

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Tags: Coaching · England News · Newcastle News · Premier League

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