Wolves 1-2 Newcastle – Match highlights, interviews and full download links

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Highlights of the 2-1 victory over Wolves this afternoon for you now, followed by the post match interviews from the respective managers.

First I suppose we’d better start with what most of the talking points are going to be about, and that means that the match, as ever, will have to be dealt with first.

Not only do these highlights feature the goals from Demba Ba and Jonas Gutierrez for Newcastle and Steven Fletcher for Wolves, they also feature the two rather contentious decisions that just happened to fall in the favour of Newcastle on the day.

What a goal by Jonas eh?

Moving onto what the managers have to say, and I guess the best place to start is with Alan Pardew. The rather jovial and smiley Alan Pardew has led us to 3rd place in the league – our highest position in 8 years – although he was honest enough to admit that on the day we had the luck with the decisions.

Meanwhile Mick McCarthy has still never managed to beat Newcastle in a Premier League match. That fact aside, the former Sunderland gaffer perhaps has a genuine reason to feel hard done by after the decisions that went against his side today. However he also admitted that the result was partly brought about by his own sides poor defending and profligacy in front of goal.

In an attempt to ‘go the extra mile’ I’ve now started to find full match coverage for you all to download and view at your leisure. Please use the following links to download all 90 minutes of the Wolves game this afternoon.

First half
Second half

The good news is that these highlights are saved in MP4 format so you can watch the on your iPod/Pad/Phone or whatever. Once again you the ‘slow download’ link towards the bottom of the age on the right hand side and please scan each file with a virus program in case there is anything naughty hidden in there as I can’t be held responsible for third party applications.

Howay the lads!

92 thoughts on “Wolves 1-2 Newcastle – Match highlights, interviews and full download links

  1. Spurs are doing deceptively well though, having only played six games, among which both Manchesters, and won all four of their other matches. Most teams can expect to lost those two matches, although if we could take a point off Man U at the end of last season, I don’t see why we can’t again this season…. and if we play well, get the tactics right and er, possibly have luck on our side again, there’s no reason we can’t take at least one off Spurs as well… though it is worrying they have Bale and Lennon and our weak spot is our FBs…… argh, two weeks to find out.

    Jonas been getting some tips from Benny maybe 😉


  2. Errrrrmmm, I meant they had played five and won their other three. Getting ahead of myself there!!! Should be a good watch later in the pub, haha….

    Also *lose
    (pours another coffee)


  3. I love that Pardew gave his honest opinion on the decisions……. makes a refreshing change from Kenny ‘didn’t see it and don’t intend to watch it’ Dalgish, and whingeing Wenger who will no doubt be saying something similar later today!

    Really like Pards 😎


  4. Yoga
    Is that what fit people do, tie themselves into knots, just like our Back Four did at times yesterday. 😆


  5. Anyone else worried about Danny Simpson? is it him or lack of cover from Obertan, either way we are wide open on the right hand side and any goals we concede come from there, his biggest fault for me is that he turns his back on the ball, it is criminal for a defender to do that at any level. The sooner Santon is in the side the better, we are 2 full backs away from a very good team.


  6. Robert – I think it’s a bit of both in truth. Obertan doesn’t really help much, but then Simpson can be the architect of his own downfall at times.

    I think that if you put Marveaux on the left and Jonas on the right we have the benefit of Jonas and his hard work helping Simpson out. Problem is that Obertan is such an outlet with his pace that it’s hard to drop him.


  7. My apologies to Simmo…it was Taylor who made the rash first half tackle in the box. Crazy, who not just jockey the bloke out ?

    Simmo does tend to back off too much. I reckon the Spurs game will be a big test of Pardews tactical prowess, and how he deals with Lennon and Bale on the wings.
    There again, Spuds need to take care of us, and we’re at home too..


  8. Ben@29……watched he match and I don’t know about your stats but the ones I have seen, and I’ve checked on several sites all say Wolves 1 Newcastle 2 so whichever way you look at it we get 3 points and you get…..er none 😉


  9. SUSAN @ 80 – totally agree with u, Pardew’s interview style is very refreshing – he just says what he thinks and will give the opponent credit if they deserve it


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