Liverpool vs Newcastle United match highlights and post match interviews.

Posted on December 31st, 2011 | 6 Comments |

Highlights of the game: First came an own goal by Agger for Newcastle, which looked more like a Cabaye goal really. Then however Liverpool struck back with three goals, the first two goals from ex Newcastle United striker Craig Bellamy, and finally, a goal off the bench from substitute Steven Gerrard.

Longer length 20 minute highlights are now up, as is UTD111’s full match report.

Post match interviews

Alan Pardew says he has nothing to complain about, then complains about the ref’s free kick decision which resulted in Liverpool’s second goal! Nothing about how Cabaye could have been sent off with a studs up tackle though. :-)

King Kenny is pleased to end the year with a win. As per usual though, I couldn’t understand much of what he was saying after that so you can just try and work it out for yourselves!

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6 Responses

  1. Most illuminating!
    Sincere good wishes for a happy new year.
    Time passes quickly here in the Solomans!

  2. Wankas, same old shite, anyone is available, any takers? Ashley will remain in charge forever, two steps forward and 3 back. Oh, by the way… Tiote has played his last game for us, more to leave in Summer. Thank fck I no longer support this Nazi regime.

  3. Lesh says:
    December 31, 2011 at 2:47 am

    “Most illuminating!
    Sincere good wishes for a happy new year.
    Time passes quickly here in the Solomans!”

    It must be about the first place to get it out there Lesh? It doesn’t matter where the hell you you go in the world, there’s always a friggin’ Geordie up to no good! :-)

    Happy New Year! though you may have had it already.

  4. doddsa says:
    December 31, 2011 at 3:57 am

    “Thank fck I no longer support this Nazi regime.”

    doddsa, I think it’s a little unfair to compare Ashley and Llambias with the Third Reich. Hitler would never have had the gall to rename SJP under false pretences.