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Newcastle began their Premier League campaign with a win at the expense of Tottenham, who they beat 2-1 at the Sports Direct Arena. More
Manager: Alan Pardew
Manager: André Villas-Boas
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its funny how loosing 1 game we should sack the manager it shows the ignorance of people yes harry done well but he also made mistakes AVB is changing a team not one player its not going to happen over night so give him a chance before you pass comment after all Newcastle are a top team now fighting for 4th so its not like we lost to a bottom club
One game does not a season make . The Spurs are looking good even in defeat .The Magpies are a good side playing at home , congrats to them for a rousing game .
hope levy hasn't trown away harry's number
Sports direct arena ??? I thought they were playing at home ?..............
184.. how exactly was it a dodgy penalty? :D
Poor HARRY, he has to be off his trolley.... Aston V to finish 9th. Magpies to finish 11th. What are you on Harry? Did'nt anyone at Spurs see the match yesterday? 3 man back line & 6 in mid field & lacking up front. Think he'll get it right, but when? As for L'pool, am waiting for the last train.
NUFC supporters are getting worse somebody reported abuse for a simple opinion at 179
#179 How was it a dodgy pen? The only way spurs could stop Ben Arfa was to foul him. The game could have gone either way.
167 stop pretending you are a NUFC supporter you are a sad Mackem and with the posting name you use basically you have no intelligence
175 I appreciate the delay between normal tv and sky (seconds) but these yahoo match reports are minutes behind the events apart from watcing the game on tv and as a check to find out how good the reporting is sometimes I thought I was at a different game
Spurs played well but the lack of options up front concerns me.We need a top striker and we need one now.
A lucky win ....Spurs were the class act.... .And a very dodgy penalty Spurs should have won this game
After Pardew can't get his headset working in the stand, it looks as though members of the Newcastle staff are going to carry any instructions for the bench by relay. Has no one got a mobile he could borrow? Lolzzzzzzzzzzz
So much small talk on here. Why can't people try and discuss something at least a tiny bit intelligent? 80% of your trash talk will dominate 18% of your life. Do you really know how many years that is? Go check it out, small talkers.
172 Duncan. It is because there is always lag. It gets sent out on time - 2 TV's at home? if you play a film online or through an sky box, the online will always be delayed. Sad Spurs lost. However Newcastle are a good team and Tottenham played well for the most part. Thought Livermore had no flare at all, and was clumsy. Sigurdsson is OK - What baffled me is why Vertonghen didn't play as much as why were Dawson and Huddlestone not even in the squad? I know it's early days and perhaps we'll add some decent creative thinking players. Sandro is a great anchor player IMHO.
Pardew could care less...his team beat spurs. That's all that counts. He'll wake up tomorrow feeling much better than the spurs boss, and that you can take to the bank..
Spurs will be far better off without Harry. Give the man a chance. Wenger out, a 0-0 draw far worse!
I fully agree with 131 took 3 mins to publish ba"s goal whats the point of reporting if you cant keep up to the play
superb! Inspector Clouseau is working his magic.....the spuds are going down!!!
Once again Defoe scores a goal against Newcastle when he was clearly offside - as confirmed by the post game review on ESPN Should have been 2-0 lol
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Newcastle's captain for the day for as indefatigable as ever, working hard to help restrict Tottenham to fewer chances than they might otherwise have had.