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Liverpool 3 Newcastle 1 – Video Highlights

Liverpool 3 Newcastle 1 – Video Highlights

9 comments so far

  • roshan MAGPIE

    Dec 31, 2011 at 9:11 AM

    Comment #1

    how many times are you going to post these highlights ed

  • solano

    Dec 31, 2011 at 9:30 AM

    Comment #2

    Roshan..Ed should keep posting them until the woodenheads who believe it is a sensible policy not to invest in strengthening the team admit they are deluded.
    This is the zenith of the Ashley era – a position of “best of the rest” and an air of complacency from the MD and owner that it is all right to sell again without replacing. Shocking!

  • cyprus

    Dec 31, 2011 at 9:42 AM

    Comment #3

    Ed, don’t torture us dude! We don’t want to see the highlights, lol.

    Was this our worst performance of the season? Answer: Absolutely. So much respect, so much fear, everyone getting rid of the ball like it was a hot potato. For those of u who missed the game, here’s the dire reading:
    Krul: 5. In truth, didn’t have too much to do, but he conceded a sloppy second and then conceded from Gerrard from an impossible angle. Also, was delaying play from the 1st minute, which is, frankly, embarrassing.
    Simpson: 5. This will thrill his detractors. He really did have a poor game. Tried, but was to blame for at least 1 goal.
    Colo-Williamson: 6. Did ok to silence Carroll, speaking of whom, his bad luck continue, as he hit the bar once more.
    Raylor: 4. Always out of his depth with real wingers. If Santon can’t displace a makeshift LB, we need to get someone who can.
    Santon: 6. When he came on, did ok, nothing to write home about.
    Tiote, Cabaye: 7. Tried, huffed and puffed, with few results.
    Vuckic: 1. Crazy, crazy decision by AP to throw such a talented lad in at the deep end, at Anfield. Anyway, a risk that did not pay off. While on, the game passed him by. He just watched, like I did, more or less.
    Jonas: 5. Though I’m a fan, apart from a couple of slick moves, he contributed nothing going forward and was weak defensively.
    Obertan: 5. Please, please, take on 1 defender some time soon (i.e. dribble past him) and you don’t have to do anything else, I’ll give you a 10 out of ten man.
    Ba: 6. By his high standards, not good. Though he should’ve scored (was unlucky not to), his hold up play was poor.
    When Sammy came on, he was below average, almost comical.
    Hey coach, HBA must start and finish every game. What’s the matter with you? If you give him so little time, especially with a team which was there to be beat (us, that is), what do you expect? I repeat: PLAY HBA FROM THE START.

  • toonbrother

    Dec 31, 2011 at 10:50 AM

    Comment #4

    Pardew’s boneheaded player selection cost us 3 points yesterday. Only a manager stuck in the dark ages thnks you can win games by flooding the midfield with players and lumping long balls to the big man up front. Dalglish completely outclassed him in terms of tactical awareness. It would be more reassuring if he came out and admitted he got it wrong. Instead he’s talkng nonsense about the second goal. Liverpool outplayed us in the first half. That pressure finally told . Weve never had a world class back four. OUr defensive strength has always been in our ball retention ability and Leon Best -w ho Pardew saw fit to drop yesterday- has been key to that

  • Lynxie

    Dec 31, 2011 at 11:20 AM

    Comment #5

    Danny Simpson, defensive mastermind. Memo to halfwit full back. running back towards your own goal line a) confuses your own goalkeeper (who is more than capable of stopping a glorified backpass from Bell(end)amy
    b) Plays everyone esle ONSIDE!!!! Carroll took one look and knowing this, ran towards the goal himself, and HE IS THICK!
    c) Surely this was a planned action? Or was it one of your ‘good ideas’? If neither of the above, the question begs: WHY OH WHY OH WHY? What on earth were you thinking, you muppet?

  • Marty-Toon

    Dec 31, 2011 at 11:23 AM

    Comment #6

    You gave Obertan a 5,ha ha ha ha ha ha
    You must be on drugs lad.
    Without a doubt our worst performer and didn’t even look like he was bothered last night.
    Raylor was poor but still better than Ober

  • Marty-Toon

    Dec 31, 2011 at 11:25 AM

    Comment #7

    Simmo was running back to cover the post.
    Probably got that from AP or order from Krul
    Poor keeping and very poor defending

  • JP...from The Rock

    Dec 31, 2011 at 11:47 AM

    Comment #8

    Raylor, Simpson and Obertan are just very average players. We need to replace them with quality and intelligent players that are comfortable on the ball. Gutierrez is average also but his immense workrate compensates this fact.

  • Lynxie

    Dec 31, 2011 at 1:50 PM

    Comment #9

    Marty @ 7

    I understand his reasons, but surely it should have been fully understood between ALL of the back four? He was the only one to do so, and played Carroll and others onside. The fact is that it is Craig Bellamy from 30 yards we are talking about, not Zinedine Zidane. Ridiculous decision, woefully executed, he simply got in Kruls way. I was a goalkeeper myself, and would never need anyone to block the post in such a manner, bellamy would not have scored if Simpson had done his job properly, and in doing so, put us on the back foot again. Shoddy.


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