Newcastle v Cardiff – Premier League match preview

Magpies v Bluebirds
Magpies v Bluebirds
Newcastle play their final home game of the campaign tomorrow with Cardiff City providing the opposition.

Back in January the very same fixture gave Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a winning start to his managerial career in England resulting in yet another early cup exit.

How the Norwegian could do with another win on Tyneside. With all three teams above them playing away from home this weekend, a win for Cardiff could see them lifted out of the relegation zone should all results go their way. Norwich visit Chelsea on Sunday afternoon while the Mackems play at Manchester United and Fulham visit Stoke tomorrow. Of course it could also go wrong for Solskjaer and they could be relegated if Sunderland win at Old Trafford and they fail to win at St James’ Park.

They shouldn’t be scared of us. Our form since Christmas has been dire and we need to score three goals to ensure that we don’t break another unwanted record of lowest home goals recorded by us in the Premier League era. At the moment we’ve scored 19 goals with the previous lowest being 22 (in 1997/98 and 2006/07). Even in our relegation season we managed to hit the back of the net 24 times at home.

Results, the way we’ve played and a whole host of other stuff have combined to heap the pressure on Alan Pardew who has been subject to chanting from travelling fans in each of the last two away games and will more than likely face more barracking tomorrow with a planned protest organised by some fans proposing a mass walkout on the 60-minute mark, although it has to be said that the particular motion is not entirely against Pardew.

Whatever you make of it or whether you think Pardew should be sacked or not, it’s clear that he has lost the backing of the fans and seems to have lost the focus of the players. Personally I have doubts that we’ll be able to recruit anyone better under our current ownership, but with support at an all-time low for Pardew perhaps a change is for the best.

We need one point from our two remaining games to achieve the “minimum target” the club keep banging on about, which is a top ten finish. As much as it pains me to say it, that may well be enough for Pardew to keep his job as theoretically he’s done what was expected of him, just. It could and should have been far more comfortable though and no way should we be even contemplating finishing 11th given the points we amassed in the first half of the season. Anyway, enough waffle, on to the game itself.

Newcastle United:

Hatem Ben Arfa looks unlikely to feature and seems to have been banished to the reserves fro his outburst in the press. In fairness it wasn’t an outburst, he was just saying it how it is but seemingly that is not allowed at St James’ Park.

Luuk de Jong could feature after recovering from the injury picked up against Swansea but Davide Santon and Papiss Cisse will both miss the game.

Cardiff City:

Juan Cala is suspended after his sending off against Sunderland last weekend. Anthony Taylor is doubtful while Mark Hudson looks set to miss out. Craig Noone is unlikely to return until next weekend.

Previously…

The most recent meetings have favoured United with two games in the Championship and the league match in Cardiff earlier on in the season all seeing Newcastle record wins. The only blip on that is the previously mentioned FA Cup 3rd Round tie back in January.

However this game generally tends to favour the home side looking at the home and away stats. On Tyneside United have won 18 of 25 games played between the two sides. Cardiff have won just four with the spoils being shared three times. In Wales Cardiff have won 12 of 25 games, with United winning four times and draws being recorded a further nine times.

That means that out of the 50 matches overall, United have won 22 times, Cardiff 16 times with 12 draws making up the numbers.

Stats and facts…

Newcastle have won their last seven league games against Cardiff; a run that goes back to 1981.

If the Premier League season had started on December 27, Newcastle would be bottom of the table.

Cardiff have conceded 24 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season – more than any other Premier League side.

Steven Caulker is one of only two outfield players to play every minute of every game this season. The other is Crystal Palace’s Mile Jedinak.

Newcastle have only scored once when Loic Remy hasn’t been in the side.

United have failed to score in 13 of the last 18 games.

Final thought…

A win is what we need more than anything right now. Given the form we’re in we won’t be playing fluidly or anything like that and it’s likely to be a scrappy game which will probably suit Cardiff who need to fight tooth and nail for their own cause.

The rot must stop and with a daunting away trip to Liverpool for our final game of the season following this, a defeat would likely see us sign on what was a promising campaign at one stage with a horrific run of eight defeats on the bounce.

That is not something worth contemplating but I get the feeling that whatever the result tomorrow, even an unlikely impressive win won’t be enough for Alan Pardew.

Howay the lads!

Date: Saturday, 3rd May, 2014

Time: 3pm

Venue: St James’ Park

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82 thoughts on “Newcastle v Cardiff – Premier League match preview

  1. Nice one Toonsy.

    It could be anything. Two poor sides playing poor football. Bored at the thought of it. Wake me up next season.

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  2. As funny as it would be to have the mackems quivering a bit longer we really do need to get a win and score some goals. That said if we’ve been rubbish for so long is anyone going to try and turn it around and be successful? Cardiff are poor but they are fighting for survival, and that will probably give them the edge πŸ˜•

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  3. This has a tense scrappy game written all over it , bot teams cant defend and neither team score many goals , 0-0 or 1-0 for me. Hopefully Remy scores on his last home appreance for us

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  4. Whumpie I don’t really know if the protest will work but our players and Pardew don’t deserve a lap of honour.

    Newkie what’s the point in spending millions on state of the art training facilities and not have the best training staff. This is what Jabba has to realise. It will benefit the players and it’s cheaper than buying players. An experienced manager would be able to reason with him and explain the pro’s and con’s. Even Ashley isn’t that stupid. He just doesn’t like paying compensation when our current first team staff don’t deserve it! Sort the staff out first then buy the players.

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  5. Stem-training facilities will increase the value of the club and therefore Ashley is adding to the value of his asset and he should be able to recoup most of the losses on sale. Buying in a good backroom staff (buying people out of their current club contracts) and then letting our current bunch of coaches go is expensive and doesn’t guarantee a return. This is assuming we fully go through with the training facilities. I’m surprised we can afford them seeing as we couldn’t afford Remy last year, QPR will make a nice tidy profit on him that would probably pay for a training ground on its own! πŸ˜†

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  6. Really looking forward to the game, it should be an epic encounter! Buzzing at the thought of the attacking football we will witness! :mrgreen:

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  7. Cardiff are so ****, if we can’t beat them then I don’t know…

    I’m expecting a victory even from our crap manager. But not a great display. If Cardiff score first then we’re screwed.

    If we score first then we could do damage on the counter attack. It seems to be the only way we can break through opposition defenses.

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  8. Think I’ll play golf tomorrow and record the match for when I get he. This promises to be a real snoozer.

    If Cardiff score first, heaven help pards

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  9. I’m sure it’ll be a tense tedious affair, but I’ll be watching anyway, and I probably won’t turn the telly off at 60 minutes – of course I may well be asleep by then.

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  10. A more important game is on the following day, but I don’t want to mention that one. πŸ˜†

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  11. Nice article in the Chronicle about Keegan and the 1996 team. That’s the squad that made me a Toon fan

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  12. Bris-If you’re on about Gateshead that’s fine and dandy, but if you’re on about Brisbane Roar then you know where the door is πŸ˜‰

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  13. Thanks Toonsy. I hope there is a mass walk out tomorrow if only to avoid a round of applause for Pac-man and company . Actually think we’ll lose again ,just a feeling really, Cardiff will be really battling to stay up and I think it may give them the edge on the day and we will be nervous as kittens if they score first.

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  14. Another game and another time when I don’t care if we win or lose. I was expecting huge anti AP protests at the Swans game but if there isn’t this time then I give up entirely.

    Can’t wait to see Benny ripping us apart next time we play Liverpool. Only if AP is still there of course.

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  15. Ace Club Journo G2 reporting from St. James Park. Just had a nice tet a tet with Alain Perdue vis a vis wor latest losing run. Here’s what Alain had to say:
    β€œI have been in tricky situations before. This is a situation where I perhaps need to dig deep, and I have got no problem in doing that. Also we’ve really worked hard on our scrambly bits all week in practice. Now when we get into a bit of a ****up scramble the lads know what to do. I’ve got Willo sharp as a number 2 pencil as target man for all set pieces. The back 4 have had their mouths taped shut all week so there’ll be absolutely no communication during the game. It’s all set for an absolutely spiffy ending to the season I promise you.”

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  16. The walkout is an excellent idea. An empty stadium for the last 20 minutes. A nice clear message to Mr. NoNuts. Even he might be able to understand it. Howay the true supporters!

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  17. G2 I’m expecting to be underwhelmed as I have been pretty much all season πŸ™„ πŸ™

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  18. We hate, we hate NoNuts NoNuts!
    Sing it again
    We hate, we hate NoNuts, NoNuts!
    Cut to supporters playing air guitar to Queen’s We Will Rock You. Beautiful.

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  19. G2, They would be better off not going at all ,don’t give Jabba any cash at all . The walk out idea has made the national press so they’ll look proper daft if they don’t do it now. Knowing the interest it has generated they should stay away completed I think , much more of an impact on the fat boy .

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  20. I think the message is slowly sinking into Mike’s thick heed Kimtoon. We want him out. It’s like having a nasty lizard living in wor underpants with Mike owning the club. It’s got to be dealt with! Harrumph!

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  21. Off to Newcastle tomorrow for a family party. Seems strange not to plan the journey to be there in time for the match but that’s what these imbeciles have reduced us to.
    I wonder how our illustrious manager is feeling, you know the one with a bit of a winning personality who’s very presence on the touch line can affect goals scored by the opposition. I’m wondering if we will witness any of the front foot football that he is always banging on about.
    Hope the protests take place and people do walk out on 69th minutes, but you just know what will happen as so many of them will not be able to be roused out of their stupor…

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  22. G2 I’m hoping he’ll sell up end of the coming season or earlier. Optimistic bugger me πŸ˜‰

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  23. GDeb, That’s what concerns me tbh, all the press have picked up on it not just the locals, so we will look proper weak if it’s not carried through by enough fans. If we are winning a lot won’t want to leave either πŸ™„

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  24. Clearly we’re on plan. Mike has told me as much. Sitting on 46 points, supporters happy, club settled in, Alain doing a wonderful job. Spending of at least 5M pounds already planned for the summer. New signings Abeid, Gosling, Vuckic, all coming in (well you know, almost new mostly, or pre-owned might be the better phrase).

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  25. Do any of you lot realize how much Mike is spending on meat pies for Benny alone? Well? And then there’s nasty talk of having to spend on players in the summer by wor Alan. Ugly stuff according to Mike. He’s a bit worried. He might even lose his appetite for a few minutes if there is a big walkout. I hope you lot are happy, making wor beloved owner upset.

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  26. I must admit these are difficult times at the club. We’re feeling a bit down. There has been a lack of excitement for a while now. Journo’s banned, heeds butted, meat pies eaten. It’s a little worrying. But think of the summer we’re going to have mates! Are you thinking of it? Are you excited? I know I am. 😈

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  27. This summer will be better than a game of conkers played with Mike’s testicles. You heard it here first mates. Huzzah!

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  28. β€œAnd I am not going to hide on the sideline.”
    How were you going to hide on the sideline exactly Alan? As a potted plant possibly? We already think of you that way.

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  29. I’m not saying we couldn’t still have a game of conkers with Mike’s testicles mind. No. I wouldn’t ever say that.

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  30. Kim, as supporters we don’t seem to be able to organise the proverbial P up in a brewery, especially when you compare us to other supporters groups. The campaign started out as a 60 minute walk out then NUST got involved and advertised it as 69 minutes to coincide with the last time we won major silverwear. Why couldnt they just leave it at 60 mins instead of creating confusion? Then you have the ‘i’vepaid for it so I’m not missing anything brigade’ completely unwilling to see the bigger picture and the apathetic leemings who can’t be arsed, and those deluded enough to think the players and Pardew deserve a pat on the back and lap of honour as ‘they support the team not the regime’ I hope I’m wrong but it has disaster written all over this πŸ™„

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  31. We Can win sat…i don t care to beat a poor relegate ❗ team… 😳 for πŸ™„
    HOofball Pards Plan game is a shame in one of temple of english football πŸ‘Ώ
    How many time pardew made a team or tactic for his reel job for we enjoying a nice football game by our team ❓
    Never ❗ beacaus3 he cannot ❗
    He s a verry horst poor manager and take lot of monney for a job desrerve not ❗
    What a joke ❗
    Get saked him and give for newcastle unted a big manager who looks like the prestige of this club ❗
    Who imagine to win somthing with this patetic man next season 😯 πŸ‘Ώ

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  32. β€œHis parents, Keith and Barbara, believed in him and mortgaged their bungalow in 1982 to raise Β£10,000 to buy a sports store in Maidenhead which he renamed Mike Ashley Sports.
    His father, who worked for a seafood company, handled the books, his mother, a secretary, helped out behind the counter.
    His parents, who rarely have contact with their son, the 25th richest man in Britain, still live in the same bungalow. Mike Ashley lives in a Hertfordshire mansion in 35 acres of ground, which was once owned by pop tycoon Mickie Most, where he can park the company helicopter. A father of three, his divorce settlement in 2003 cost Β£50 million. A party animal, he is a regular at Fifty, the gambling club in St James’s, and holidays in the playboy set of Sandy Lane in Barbados.”
    This is from an article in the Telegraph. Such a warm loving son Mike is.

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  33. Having had his balls shrunk in 2007 while on holiday in New Guinea, Mike Ashley now hides in his castle and whimpers about how much it costs to run a Prem league football club. How sad for you Mike. Ah well possibly you can get another loan from your parents?

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  34. G2 @33 , Yeah mate I brought that up some time back. After giving him a leg up he fell out with them, he really is a piece of work. My dad was self employed most his life but lost lots of cash through people not paying up and stuff. He once said to me, you have to be a hard sod to be successful in business, he’s not wrong . πŸ™ Good guys in big business are a rarity.

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  35. i never ever thought i would say this but i hope too god we concede a very early goal and Cardiff hammer us 4 or 5 nil . I want Pardew too suffer the hell of SJP for 90 minutes and see if he still says that he wont walk . The guy is a Tool and is not fit too manage a premiership team . The 5th place finish was a fluke that got him a lengthy contract that should never have been given . No we do not have a great squad but we have a decent squad when managed properly and players are used in their strongest positions and not pushed into positions that they are not used too for example Cisse out wide when he is a striker or the man mountain Sissoko out wide instead of CM where he made his name in France and got picked for their National team . Or how about giving Marveaux a go once in a while when the team needs some sort of creativity ,Gouffran who can score goals maybe in CM also in place of Anita who is just not strong enough for the premiership .The ****** just keeps coming out with bull**** excuses instead of thinking about how he ****ed up his lineups yet again . The ****er is devoid of any tactical skills and is hopelessly out of his depth God forbid what will happen next season if he is still here ,my guess the lowest points total in premiership history and we become the biggest laughing stock ever .

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  36. I was at Grimsby Town last night, it took me 3 hours to get home including the traffic but well worth it. We scored after 7 minutes to totally silence their fans and it was like dreamland but they equalised after about 25 minutes. Then we had to hang on a bit and the keeper Bartlett made some saves that wouldn’t look out of place in the premier league. Their mascot mocked that we only had 300 fans but the return leg on Sunday is on course to have the biggest crowd of the 4 semi-finals and so far there will be over 5000 including over a thousand from Grimsby. (They got 5,234) I urge everyone to make it if they can and cheer on the tynesiders to Wembley. Think of all the times SJP has been sold out, just to watch a load of tripe. Then think of the financial and historical implications of Gateshead getting a huge crowd and hopefully getting to Wembley in the final.

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  37. Dont mind at all if we get beat!!
    Hope and pray this will be the FOOLS last game in charge.

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  38. Axel – totally agree with that.
    Don’t want us to be hammered, but it’s the only way forward imho
    Kim – prison next for gansta probably. What a loser

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  39. DJG@38, sounds like you had a brilliant day out mate. There’ll be a bumper croud for the second leg, and hopefully the Heed will do the business !

    Howay the Heed !!

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  40. I hope Pards is sacked tomorrow. I hope we get a top manager.

    I expect Pards to stay. If he is sacked though, I expect a **** manager to be appointed. πŸ™„

    Of course, you’ll all be whinging by Xmas about the tactics of the new manager and wanting a new one.

    There’s only one solution. Walk away from the club until Ashley leaves.

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  41. MM
    I did mate, I really enjoy how positive they are at trying to pick off the other team. Mills is a really good manager and he got York up in his first season there. Some of the football is of a higher quality than the league they are in. The team is set up to have a solid defence and ‘keeper but they break fast and pick teams off as well. Watching the toon is usually so negative and depressing compared to this. With Gateshead, even the Lutons and Cambridges know that Gateshead could break on them and score at any minute.

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  42. Personally I believe in strong, honest leadership from the top down. The honest part is crucial. You can’t hide behind a wall of silence then carry out some bizarre plan involving Joe Kinnear as DoF and then be surprised when the criticism pours in after two completely disastrous windows. So let’s get on with it Mike. Do something positive for the club or get out.

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  43. The message should be clear tomorrow from the supporters before walking out. Mike is the cancer in the club. He needs lopping off. He has nothing positive to offer. My comment above is just dreaming. He won’t change. He’ll hide, he’ll lie, he’ll blame others or say nothing. He’ll continue to advertise his shoddy camel droppings disguised as sports gear for free at the ground.

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  44. Well said @44 Troy mate. You get a lot of flak for being a realist, but we’ve watched Ashley in action for 7 years now and he hasn’t changed one jot in all that time.

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  45. DJG@45, very interesting mate, lesser quality players than the Toons being able to execute a game plan put in place .Just goes to show with better players at his disposal Pards can’t implement even the basics. πŸ™„

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  46. Troy @44, You may well be right ,but part of me thinks you want it to go like that just so you can say I told you so.

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  47. Toonsy good read I really cant see us getting much out of this game as we are total **** with the players showing zero heart or comitment.
    I was away with the wee lad tonight watching our local team winning a cup and it was a joy to watch a team giving their all and to cap it all of they won.the cup for all their hard work.
    IMO there is no chance of that happening at thebToon while Jabba owns us

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  48. Troy@44 i would’t not whinge about a new managers tactics if it was going pear shaped as long as he was honest and tried too improve things . Pardew is not honest he just makes pathetic excuses . A new manager has one hell of a job on his hands ,trying to pick up a squad’s morale that has hit rock bottom and convince the Toon Army that things will improve .

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  49. no way parsnip will be sacked tomorrow, regardless of the score.
    He will have to suffer the final indignation of the cesspool match too.
    If fatty does sack him, at the end of season review, I will be very surprised.
    I do think it is on the cards tho, and will make the summer very interesting.
    At the end of the day, I would prefer it if Parsnip would grow a backbone and give it to Ashley straight for a change, improve his style and get us playing better football. I’m just not sure he has it within him.
    So I think it’s time for a change.
    Pardew has to go

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  50. Newkie @ 12 I should have said 2 more important games. I only had the Brisbane grand final in mind (see http://www.fourfourtwo.com/au/news/league-grand-final-shatter-viewing-records) but I won’t mention that by name. πŸ˜‰

    And yes, Gateshead. Howay the Heed. I’d love to be there for that game, and even lover it if I could get to see them win at Wembley. I did see Gateshead play once, in the 80s, during a rare visit to Blighty. I think they were playing Marine (?) – don’t know who they are or where they are or what the score was.

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  51. @bootsy

    I disagree. I’ve never known a manager keep his job by publicly criticising the board or owner. How do you know he’s not telling him privately that he needs more resources? It’s all jugs assumption.

    @Axel

    I believe the morale is ok but they might be concerned that that they have a poor squad. I don’t blame Pardew for this. He doesn’t buy the team. There’s no evidence they are rock bottom though as they all celebrate with each when they score.

    @G2

    I used to get more flak when I criticised Ashley in the early years and started the Reality Train. It turns out the Reality Train is over subscribed by the people who give me flak now over Pards.

    I just look at them as being slow. πŸ˜‰

    @Kim

    Your assumption couldn’t be further from the reality.
    It’s just how I see it and it’s based on evidence using Ashley’s history.
    Many on here just look 5 minutes behind and 5 minutes ahead.

    They remind me of goldfish. πŸ˜‰

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  52. just saw Barfa heading to the quayside at 12:45 with his mates, he’s obviously not selected tomorrow πŸ˜†

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  53. Mark, was he rubbing his leg and limping to make sure everybody knew he wasn’t fully fit and so how could he possibly contribute to the team?

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  54. @Mark

    A true professional. Not selected so instead of knuckling down to prove everyone wrong he goes out on the toon. Fat lazy waster he is. πŸ˜‰

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  55. His wages per week will equate around 60 – 80 working class people’s wages. But that’s ok, he’s not selected to play so he should piss it up the walls. No sympathy. πŸ˜‰

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  56. Bris , He’s already said he’s fit and want’s to play in the interview he gave to the papers, it’s down to Pards that he’s not picked.
    What I don’t understand is he persevered with Barton who also had major issues and didn’t get on with all his team mates yet he can’t do it with Benny πŸ˜•

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  57. Troy ,what’s he meant to do turn into a hermit?, he has said he wants to help the team ,there is nowt he can do if he’s not picked is there. Maybe he’s just lost heart now, many would in his position. Yes he’s carrying a few extra pounds but game time would help shift that .

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  58. Troy @55, Your assumption is that any new manager that comes in will fail in some way leading to us all getting on his back. Is it not beyond the realms of possibility that a better tactician could get the best out of the current bunch we have ❓ . Like I said you may well be right but you may also be very wrong .

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  59. Got a gut feeling this match has 0-0 written all over it
    Big celebrations for securing 10th place
    Crowd go wild πŸ˜›
    Only dribs and drabs will be leaving before the end.
    Need to wave off our heroes for their well earned summer hols/WC adventure.

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  60. The reality is somewhere in the middle. Pardew is a knacker who couldn’t recognise a good footballer if he fell on him from a great height. Ben arfa isn’t the world beating magician that people may think he could be. If he was he would be at a big club, not failing miserably with wor lot.
    At the same time we should give hba time to pull himself round, though if the manager AND the players have turned against him then he probably has no other option than to leave, he’ll leave for nowt next summer anyway, pity cos we’ll need him for the relgation battle.

    if i was living in the toon i wouldn’t go to the game today in protest, maybe come in for the last 5 minutes to hurl abuse at the manager and owner, and the wasters pulling on the b&w stripes. They are all taking the piss if you ask me.

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  61. BB, He’s not going mate ,I read yesterday that he won’t be there. Shameful really that the owner can’t even put in an appearance for the last home match of the season but it confirms his total lack of interest in the club other than the balance sheet.

    JABBA OUT πŸ‘Ώ

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  62. @Kim

    It’s a bit late for Barfa to be crying on now when he’s walking round a stone overweight.

    Cortino (whatever he’s called) is his double but looks fit.

    Your point about (what’s he supposed to do), well going out on the drink won’t lose him weight.

    He is fat and lazy and Pards is right to drop him.

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  63. Troy, the next time you see Ben Arfa in the Bigg Market punch his lug for him πŸ‘Ώ

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  64. Troy whats Benny supossed to do when he has a **** manager training him. How can you blame Benny, any player would be over weight with a manager like that. You just dont see it, how is Benny supposed to suceed with what Ashley has given him to train under. The lack of investment in top trainers and manager has held Benny back. . πŸ˜›

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  65. I just think it’s funny that Jonas was looking porky but is back to his leaner self since leaving us and have you seen the state of Mbiwa lately compared to when he joined us 😯

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  66. Come come Aussie. πŸ˜›

    He’s on Β£30k+ a week. You really asking me that question. πŸ˜›

    @MM
    That’s what he needs. Aussie would stroke his ego. πŸ˜†

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  67. Aye it’s a disgrace Kim πŸ‘Ώ
    The whole death threat thing was a pile of crap imho, made up by Jabba to justify staying away.
    MUG
    What result you expecting Kim ❓

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  68. Kim, what do you expect with the coaching team Ashley has given the players. People like Troy can’t see it. The lack of new quality coaches has really hindered our star players! πŸ˜‰ Troy wants the players sacked but he is barking up the wrong tree! 😳

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