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It Will Be Tough To Get Anything Out Of Red Devils Game

Alan Pardew will not have to motivate the Newcastle players much for the game next Tuesday against the might of  Manchester United.

Alan Pardew – no need to motivate players

They will be motivated enough, and given that, we also have to hope the lads can actually play well as a team and put in a good performance against the Red Devils, who haven’t been too good on the road in the League this season.

That’s one hope Newcastle fans can have, although they have looked in great form recentlyn and unfortunate a certain Wayne Rooney is back to somewhere near his best, which is not good news for Newcastle.

Alan Pardew talked about playing the great Manchester United:

“Playing Manchester United self-motivates you, so we don’t have to worry about that.” “Our tactical game-plan has to be right.”“They have lost less than a handful of games this year, so they are a very difficult nut to crack.” “With our crowd and the history of the fixture, it will be huge.”

“Sir Alex will be taking it very seriously and that will be reflected in his team-sheet.” “Typical of them, they hit January and pushed on. So we need to overcome a very confident Manchester United at the moment.”

It will be a tough game for Newcastle on Tuesday, and to be truthful it’s hard to think we can get anything from the game, so if get anything at all – it will be like a win.

How’s that for some reverse psychology, so I’m not too devastated if we lose on Tuesday night, unlike last Saturday!

It’s never been easy being a Newcastle United fan, as we all know. 😀

46 comments so far

  • Reedos

    Apr 15, 2011 at 7:28 PM

    Comment #41

    Completely changing the subject!!

    Who do we think will get relegated this season?

  • GeordieGerman

    Apr 15, 2011 at 7:39 PM

    Comment #42

    Reedos, nope.

  • dave 1961

    Apr 15, 2011 at 7:43 PM

    Comment #43

    we have one chance and that’s if the fans get on the ref’s back from the first minuet we need a hostile crowd, we have to get on Ferguson back too, we need to have him wanting to be home in bed, we should boo the ref onto the pitch, if its a quiet nervous crowd well get hammered.

  • scottoon

    Apr 15, 2011 at 7:57 PM

    Comment #44

    Weezer – problem with Raylor on the right is mobility. Nani will burn him and when Simmo is isolated 1v1, he will burn Simmo too. Danny plays too far off the man. So we would be desperately exposed that side. Much prefer to see either Joey out wide still, or if young Fergie is playing, then Jonas on the right.

  • Weezertoon

    Apr 15, 2011 at 8:10 PM

    Comment #45

    aye you’ve got a point, but I’d take raylor for his offensive capabilities, and saying as it’s 4-5-1 with joey in RCM he could cover him from there no?

  • ascot7

    Apr 16, 2011 at 5:19 AM

    Comment #46

    Come on pards ! play Airey, on as a sub, and he will knock Man-U, not that silly Kutey, the sub always scores, Mr Pardew ?????


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