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Newcastle v United - Team Sheets

We now have available to us the team-sheets for this afternoons clash at St James Park:-

Newcastle - Rob Elliot; Davide Santon, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini, Massadio Haďdara; Vurnon Anita, Dan Gosling, Cheick Tioté, Yoan Gouffran; Luuk de Jong, Papiss Cissé.

Subs - Jak Alnwick, Steven Taylor, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Paul Dummett, hatem Ben Arfa, Shola Ameobi, Adam Armstrong.

United - Anders Lindegaard; Antonio Valencia, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Patrice Evra; Darren Fletcher, Marouane Fellaini; Ashley Young, Shinji Kagawa, Juan Mata; Javier Hernández

Subs - David de Gea, Alexander Büttner, Nemanja Vidić, Tom Cleverley, Adnan Januzaj, Nani, James Wilson




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 5 2014

Time: 2:14PM

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Not sure what to make of the 4-0 thrashing to be honest. Don't get me wrong it's a good result but it's hard to gauge how good we were due to Newcastles current predicament.

Got to feel for the Newcastle fans really, I'm not sure whether Pardew was serious or simply playing down Newcastles chances but either way if staying in the league is the height of ambition for a club of Newcastle's stature in the English game that's completely unacceptable. I imagine that attitude would soon change if Newcastles fans boycotted games. The financial impact for Mike Ashley would be devastating and seeing as that's all he's apparently interested in it's perhaps the only way of getting through to him. Simply put, if the teams not bothered and the clubs hierarchy aren't bothered why should the fans be? Why should the fans pay to watch their team not turn up?
TheFamousNo7
Newcastle were awful, just like Villa were awful, the results we got were to be expected and we can't really say that yes we've turned a corner or any of that nonsense but it is still going to raise morale within the club so I'm going to take that positive from it at least. Newcastle as a club are being held to ransom by Ashley and they deserve better.
Kanchelskis
Have to agree Kanchelskis the result just stroked our ego put us against a good prem team we'd have been turned over.
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