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Newcastle
3 - 0
United

Premier League

St James Park

04/01/12 20:00

Attendance: 52,299

Referee: H.Webb

Newcastle United
Ba(32), Cabaye (47), Jones og (90)
Krul     Lindegaard    
Coloccini     Evra    
Santon     Jones    
Simpson     Ferdinand    
Williamson     Valencia    
Taylor R     Giggs    
Cabaye     78 Park     66
Gutierrez     Carrick    
Tiote     Nani    
Ba     89 Berbatov     57
Ameobi Sh     75 Rooney     74
Substitutes
Harper     De Gea    
Perch     78 Rafael    
Ben Arfa     Anderson     74
Obertan     89 Pogba    
Vuckic     Lingard    
Best     75 Hernandez     66
Ameobi Sa     Welbeck     57
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
4
5
On Target
3
4
Corners
4
1
Offside
5
17
Fouls
15
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
40
%
60

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday January 5 2012
Time: 6:25PM

Comments

0
We didnt look good against the Newcastle. But before we start screaming for changes and season over. We have to remember, bar our many injuries, this is a transition season, a lot of young players are being introduced to the first team, and I think we are spoiled due to our historic trophy haul, we have come expect trophies season after season regardlessly. We are United, and everyone has the highest expectations, but there will inevitably be seasons where we will be underperforming, and I think this season should be viewed as one. New goalkeeper, new defenders, new CM in Cleverly, we cannot expect young talented footballers to come in and perform like seasoned PL players.. This is the drawback on focusing on youth, but I would any day prefer this, as it is more costeffective and you can shape the youngsters to have the United spirit running through them.
nordkap
06/01/2012 14:43:00
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No doubt nordkap all the same I would like to see us sign a back-up for Cleverley who we've sorely missed, not a Sneijder or big name star just someone capable of doing the job or atleast see Morrison and Pogba get a go rather than playing Park and Giggs out of position. Also, considering our defensive injury record I would also like to see us get another squad player CB.
TheFamousNo7
06/01/2012 22:12:00
0
Famous I agree with you, I dont know why he doesnt try out Pogba and Morrison, but SAF knows best. I would also like us to sign a cm, and in fact if we can get Sneijder for 25m I think that would be an excellent buy, he would bring instant class, and give someone like Cleverly a great opportunity to learn from one of the best.
nordkap
07/01/2012 12:34:00
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