Sunderland 0-1 Newcastle – Highlights and managerial interviews.

Anotehr day to remember against the Mackems.
It’s late. I’ve not long got back in from work. I’ve missed Match of the Day. However the buzz of beating Sunderland is keeping me going, and although I watched the game in its entirety allowing me a full and frank judgement first time around, I’m actually itching to watch it again, and again and again…

Hence the reason for these highlights. In truth they don’t tell the whole story of the match but they are the best that are available right now. They do however catch all of the catch all of the important stuff such as the rather scandalous handball by Seb Larsson – scandalous as in the fact that neither Howard Webb nor his assistant managed to see it, the goal, some frustrated Mackems and a red card for Phil Bardsley. Enjoy.

What makes this victory sweeter is the amount of bragging that has been coming from the Wearside direction. It’s not only the fans who have been at it though as their manager has fairly vocal about his teams fortunes. It seems Widow Twankey is itching for retribution after being made to look silly last season, and now the wait will have to continue for the fat prick.

Here is what the statistically inferior manager to Alan Pardew had to say after the game.



Quite a few people have commented on how they thought Alan Pardew got his tactics spot on yesterday. I tend to agree in truth. Sure there was room for improvement but the nuts of the situation is that we had a gameplan that we stuck to which got us the result we all wanted. Can you ask for more?

Here is what he had to day after his first Tyne-Wear derby victory.

I’ve also noticed that a few people have latched onto his comments about Ryan Taylor and how it will take a good left-back to come in and displace him. This has been construed as Ryan Taylor now being our replacement for Jose Enrique. Can the manager not just praise a player who has just scored the winning goal away at our our local rivals whilst playing out of position without anything being read into it?

Anyway, groan over. I’m too happy to groan. I’m positively chuffed in fact. This win will keep me going for a bit although, as ever, I await some form of kick in the nuts to balance things out again.

Howay the lads indeed!

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44 thoughts on “Sunderland 0-1 Newcastle – Highlights and managerial interviews.

  1. Agreed on raylor, he definitely won’t be the 1st choice LB after his defensive showing but of course you’d praise the goalscorer who won you the match.

    What are you on about toonsy there’s never been anything but good news happening in this club of late.

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  2. The win should help us recruit this week and with Ryan getting the goal the club can claim we aren’t as desperate for a LB to selling clubs as we really are.
    Maybe pardew was playing on that in the interview.
    But fair play to raylor. He’s put in good shifts since the end of last season dispite his limitations.

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  3. Can somebody turn the light down?…………whey keep averaging 2 points a game, champions league here we come 😆

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  4. Can someone tell our football dodging french midfielder to come back now ffs 👿
    Colo took a bigger knock yesterday from Bardsley than HBA got in usa, yet managed to get up and carry on.
    I just cant believe HBA is out for so long from his knock. And when he does come back he wont be match fit, so thats another month 👿
    Wots going on ❓ He seems too fragile for my liking. 😯

    I’ll just go and get my tin hat from the garage 😆

    In all seriousness tho, I feared the worst from that scum tackle on Colo, and Jonas took a bad one too from clattertwat. Probably need to rest both these for the CC match on thurs, give the younguns a go.

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  5. On a more positive note, it was good that Tiote came thru 90 mins without getting a yellow card :mrgreen: Even tho he was lucky not to have conceded a penalty against Richardson. 😕 We’ve all seen them given against us.
    I think that was one of his worst games yesterday, and his timing and passing was poor. I’m sure he will improve tho 😆
    Perhaps manure will withdraw their £14M bid 😆 😆

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  6. MM – cant mate, the house is filled with the smell of sizzling bacon and black pudding 😆

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  7. Not sure if was the camera angle but Colos leg look like it bent!

    Made out of titanium that fella – should have known 🙂

    Colo and Jonas – new contracts please! (Won’t hold my breath)

    Never seen a better CB for Newcastle than Colo – Jonas even makes Raylor look decent.

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  8. I doubt FCB will even extend the contracts they have got, let alone offer new and improved ones 😈
    Money money money. Thats all that matters to the fat basa.

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  9. took only 15 comments for the post coital glow from yesterdays win to wear off…Then out comes the negative stuff… well done BB 😕 …

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  10. Aussie – did you just come on to have a pop mate ❓ sad
    Why not offer a comment/opinion of your own instead. ❓
    Or are you afraid some whinging pom might have a go at you 😆 😆

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  11. Stardust – Yes it did bend. I saw a photo somewhere where someone managed to get a still shot of it and it could have been horrific. Its just lucky that Colo drinks his milk 😆

    I’ll see if I can find it again. Hang on.

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  12. Not at all BB, I generally read nearly all the posts…I don’t post as much as I used as all the negative stuff gets too repetitive and old… Everyone has there own opinions and I respect that but your post at 15 has nothing to do with the article at all, so where did that come from ❓
    Also do you class yourself as a whinging pom mate? 😀

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  13. It wasn’t pretty yesterday but at the end of the day it’s the result that counts, and man that was a big win…it was the unwashed for fooks sake !!

    For all the huffing and puffing by the makkems, our central defensive pairing held really solid, and though our full backs creaked at times, they got the breaks and did ok.

    Ryan Taylor cracked in the winner, and on his birthday too I believe… Well done to the lad, he made a lot of Geordies ecstatic yesterday

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  14. BB – Woodgate was a brilliant CB and could have been a great – injured too often to be considered as the best.

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  15. Hitman – Is that the Sunday Sun’s latest scoop? 🙄 😆

    Saw Mark Douglas wittering on about it on Twitter.

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  16. Stardust, imo Woodgate was the best footballing CB ever to play for the toon. A real pity for the lad that injuries have blighted his career.

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  17. [email protected]……I hope your mood improves after your slap up mate….. 😉

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  18. Great win for the boys couple of new signings and things are looking up, took 4 points from 2 pretty average games didnt play well against them but feel when we do start to play well we will be a dominant force.

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  19. Hammy…..watching yesterdays game, I reckon Sunderland played to their limit, whereas we have a LOT of room for improvement. Our lot, particularly Tiote, need to get up to speed, a new left back and striker in there and we’ll be ok.

    At the mo it seems as if our defence is reasonably solid, and if you don’t concede goals you aint gonna lose.

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  20. MM – it did, but now SHE who must be obeyed wants me to do the dishes 👿
    Damned cheek really.
    Aussie – I was responding to Stardy’s post @ 12 lol

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  21. BB….a small tip….from experience….leave the dishes until around 4p.m. and you’ll notice that they have amazingly washed themselves. Happens all the time in wor hoose… 😉

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  22. God god. Just had a mooch on Ed’s place. Reading the comments on there is like taking a Whoopie Cushion into a “special” school. Some of them should not be let out in public, assuming they can open the door to find their way outside and don’t just bang into it repeatedly and say “oww” 😆

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  23. Cheers Toonsy

    I had a similar tackle years ago and felt my leg bend, funnily enough I drank 2 to 3 pints of full fat a day as a kid – it was the only reason I could think of why it didn’t snap.

    That tackle on Colo was hideous and malicious – he knew what he was doing – straight leg, extended and foot up – if it hits there’s only one consequence. B’stard!

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  24. Yesterdays win took away all the negative vibes ive been feeling and reading all week,starting to gain a bit more respect for Pardew,we looked really solid and organized,just in need of that pacey striker now,this week i pray!

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  25. Toonsy…..for the crack this blog is unrivalled mate….. 😉

    Ed’s is really wacky at times, some stupid comments over there at times, also the posts are just so speculative…quantity over quality…

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  26. Toonsy – do you think the original Boater and the ‘Boater’ who posts on here are one and the same? Our one seems a bit radged?

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  27. Hey up Salzburg Mag..are there many toon fans over your way ? No-one over here in Munich unfortunately… 🙁

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  28. Stardust – Pass mate. If people want to get radged though, let them 🙂

    I just continue on with my stress free outlook 😆

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  29. MM – Doh ❗ ❗

    Have to agree with Salzburg. Pardew has earned himself some breathing room. Kinda feel sorry for him at times, as he knows what he has gotten in to, but cant be easy trying to manage/coach with one arm tied behind your back.
    He is slowly learning what he can and cant say, and that every every word is scrutinised and twisted round to be used against him at every oportunity.

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