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Offline The College Dropout

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« Reply #24150 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 09:45:39 am »
Pardew is horribly defensive and was as defensive a performance you'll see yesterday.  But away at Everton with Palace nobody's going to call him out for it.

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« Reply #24151 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 09:49:34 am »
I know ifs and ands were pots and pans but the facts are - if Newcastle hadn't rolled over and actually beat Crystal Palace then Newcastle would only be 4 points behind Pardew's team.   This whole media crap about what a great start they've had etc is just that - crap
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« Reply #24152 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 09:58:25 am »
In turn how many points behind Everton and Liverpool are Palace actually behind? Equally had they beaten or drawn against Sunderland they'd be top 6.  So yeah if's and but's mean nothing. 

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« Reply #24153 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 10:03:44 am »
Get a f***ing room.

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« Reply #24154 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 10:23:41 am »
Mid table from 6th to 11th-12th is very tight.

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« Reply #24155 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 12:14:20 pm »
From .com

2010 Chris Hughton's replacement as Newcastle manager was confirmed as the former Reading, West Ham, Charlton and Southampton boss, Alan Pardew.

Bewilderment amongst fans rapidly gave way to fury, with Pardew seen as bringing nothing to the club that Hughton lacked - arriving in an atmosphere of renewed hostility of the type that had helped destabilise the club with disastrous consequences in 2008/09.

 And in further echoes of 2008, there were calls for fan-led protests inside and outside St. James' Park before and during the forthcoming home game against Liverpool.

Offline Jayson

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« Reply #24156 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 12:34:05 pm »
His season with them is very similar to his first full one with us really.

He's made them defensively tighter, they dont concede more than one in a game. So if they score they either draw or win. The only game in the league they've conceded more than once this season with 11 men was losing 2-1 to Arsenal one of which was still an own goal.

Thats very impressive like. Just as it was impressive when a defence of Ryan Taylor, Saylor, Simpson etc had the best defensive record in England for quite a period the season we finished 5th. Again it was similar, our first 11 games that season we conceded more than 1 only once. While Ba would score the other side.

Same situation though, for us he relied on Ba then Cisse. For them he's relying on Bolasie/Zaha & defenders goals.

The systems working for him atm, ive not seen much to suggest he'll adapt when he has to change it though. If Bolasie/Zaha are out they'll struggle to score.

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« Reply #24157 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 12:53:57 pm »
His season with them is very similar to his first full one with us really.

He's made them defensively tighter, they dont concede more than one in a game. So if they score they either draw or win. The only game in the league they've conceded more than once this season with 11 men was losing 2-1 to Arsenal one of which was still an own goal.

Thats very impressive like. Just as it was impressive when a defence of Ryan Taylor, Saylor, Simpson etc had the best defensive record in England for quite a period the season we finished 5th. Again it was similar, our first 11 games that season we conceded more than 1 only once. While Ba would score the other side.

Same situation though, for us he relied on Ba then Cisse. For them he's relying on Bolasie/Zaha & defenders goals.

The systems working for him atm, ive not seen much to suggest he'll adapt when he has to change it though. If Bolasie/Zaha are out they'll struggle to score.

His arrogance and cockiness levels are already at critical. Next season they will implode as he won't know how to evolve / what to do when the hammerings come.

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« Reply #24158 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 12:56:01 pm »
Mid table from 6th to 11th-12th is very tight.
As it almost always is at this stage of the season.

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« Reply #24159 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 06:56:03 pm »
Too complimentary about Ayoze for my liking.

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« Reply #24160 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 09:59:31 pm »
talking absolute bollocks about perez.



“He has a special quality that you don’t see in too many players and everyone at Newcastle could see that as soon as he arrived at the club.”

“We asked him to adapt to the pace of the Premier League very quickly as soon as he arrived at Newcastle and that wasn’t easy for him at the start.”

 “He needed some time to appreciate what was needed in this league, but technique wise, he is top class.”

“He has improved in the Premier League now and that is good to see. We always knew there was a special player in there and I’m not surprised to see him doing well.”


lying c***.


he didn't play him until he was desperate for options, and perez didn't take time to adapt. he took to the premier league almost immediately.
john gibson in the chronicle this afternoon;
"John Carver has talked of playing two up top in an effort to score goals, tactically be more direct to grind out points, and just about every other possibility known to man or beast. They are the ramblings of a drowning desperado."

Offline nemtizz

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« Reply #24161 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 10:00:02 pm »
Respect for still trying to sell our players even when he's gone.

Offline The College Dropout

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« Reply #24162 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 10:46:37 pm »
They defend so deep and desperately. Need to work so hard to a man. Easy to do when the going is good like it has been so far. But when the 5-6 losses come in it aint so easy.

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« Reply #24163 on: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 10:54:55 pm »
Consider winning

Offline Sima

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« Reply #24164 on: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 05:02:01 am »
:lol:

What position do you play? Prove to me you are better than Hayds.

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« Reply #24165 on: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 07:21:44 am »
How could a football manager not have heard of Tevez or Mascherano? :lol: Suppose he had Mullins on the mind 24/7

Offline U2

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« Reply #24166 on: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 08:01:59 am »
Respect for still trying to sell our players even when he's gone.

:lol:

Offline Fenham Mag

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« Reply #24167 on: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 11:16:16 am »
5 years ago today he was appointed on a 5 and half year contract.

What an utterly s*** time.
I really like Fenham Mag. Great guy and a very good poster.

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« Reply #24168 on: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 11:39:19 am »
Respect for still trying to sell our players even when he's gone.

:lol:

First thing I thought as well.

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« Reply #24169 on: Thursday 10 December 2015, 11:06:36 pm »
Maybe he's still in commission?

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« Reply #24170 on: Saturday 12 December 2015, 07:42:19 pm »
The self sycophancy today in his post game interview brought a little regurgitate in to my gullet.

f***ing s**** hawk.
RIP gejon/cajun/ Jon Lockwood.

Proud to have made your acquaintance Sir.

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« Reply #24171 on: Saturday 12 December 2015, 08:04:49 pm »
He'll get his, man. 

He'd have to do something he's never done before otherwise, i.e. keeping a honeymoon period going for beyond 18 months on the strength of pure bullshit and luck.

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« Reply #24172 on: Saturday 12 December 2015, 08:15:45 pm »
Next England manager like. Without doubt.

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« Reply #24173 on: Saturday 12 December 2015, 09:32:03 pm »
Pardew's like an ex-girlfriend that you finally got rid of after years of torture, then they move onto something else and everyone thinks they're great and it must have been you, but you know that the mask will slip and they'll see what she's like eventually. And by that I mean that Pardew is exactly the same as my ex-girlfriend. :lol: Same amount of years, both c***s that everyone who doesn't really know them thinks is mint because they're proficient in lies and revisionism. Imagine having an ex that reminds you of Pardew, man. Now imagine having an ex that reminds you of Pardew and Pardew being the ex manager of the team you support. :lol:
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Offline Mike

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« Reply #24174 on: Saturday 12 December 2015, 09:42:08 pm »
:lol: I dunno. I'm starting to think it was us.