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Adam Le Fondre scored twice as Reading came from a goal down to beat Newcastle United 2-1 at St James' Park. More
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Because Ashley doesnt have a clue either
I come from a long line of West Ham supporters and have many cousins in Newcastle so I always look at their results and read the match reports and there is one question I always ask myself. "Why did Newcastle treet Pardew like the Messia and give him an eight year contract? He ain't got a clue and never will have".
We cannot afford to screw up on games like this . It will come to a nail biting finish at the end of the season and we will go down, probably at the expense of one or maybe two points . Which could have been avoided if we hadnt messed up these 'easy' games .
just as well that the small town in Durham did us a favour by beating Wigan. However they will eventually return to their normal losing form and return to the bottom 3 where they were just a few weeks ago. Perhaps we should take heart that if the SMB can climb the table then so can we. In the meantime, please Pardew drop Gutti and Shola. Ashley sack Llambias and open your wallet.
alas another 6 pointer lost !!! FTM mind the gap ;)
Thats it ! ................Newcastle are finished . Championship next season .
well done lads digging our way to safety
run out of excuses now which way do you turn now mr pardew only hatem and taylor to return probably hang his hat on this next 3 games look good nil points return toon toon ganin doon you have been found out newcastle the delusion has come to light you are just a wee team sir a ferg is never far wrong sorry could not resist kicking a mag while hes down
Coloccini with his head in San Lorenzo to fight for the championship in Argentina instead of putting all his effort to avoid playing in the B serie. Leave Fabricio free to decide to come back to Arg.
Carol don't be daft! He's got 7 1/2 years to go !!! Hee hee !
The Geordies are on a roll................right down the table yak yak yak yak yak
Toon Toon Gannin' Doon !!! ;)
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A favour today if Wigan had won they would be above the mags
BT is now on stand-by in the big market for the normal festival of the phone box kickings
What the hell Newcastle
Pardew the fans have had enough you need to go you are taking us down.
Bloody cold today: 1st Half was not too bad, good goal by Cabaye. Cisse just not up to it. Shola? Get Rid, I`ve always said he is NOT EPL material and has to go. 2nd half was a total disaster. The substotutes of Cabaye was okay as the lad was out on his feet, needs more games under his belt. But the other substitutes by Pardew were of desperation rather than tactics, gave away 2 SLOPPY goals AGAIN! Second half really was awful.
Now Im not one to gloat but Reading gained their 1st,YES 1st away win of the season against the Mighty Magpies, Krul,Cabaye,Colo,Cisse, Jonas, and all the "stars",you know the ones who they said would save them when they returned !! Never mind girls how many times did I tell you,yer shyte,its now 7 points between you and the big N.E. team !!
Alan Pardew ,i reckon to blame!!!Newcastle were a completely changed side in the 2nd half.Took their foot off the pedal(were they told to just defend their paltry 1-0 lead???)WRONG TACTICS .....Championship here we come again!!!
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Who else but the Reading striker? His two goals completely transformed the game, though he twice benefitted from fine work from the impressive Kebe.