Newcastle United vs Manchester City match highlights and interviews.

Posted on May 6th, 2012 | 4 Comments |

Highlights of today’s game between Newcastle United and Man City at St James’ Park.

I will update these when better ones are available, and posting a full match video, interviews if / when they become available too. My colleague, UTD111 will also be posting his report on the game in the fullness of time.

Newcastle United v Manchester City full match video, extended highlights and interviews.

Newcastle United v Manchester City NUFC Blog match report and stats.

More extended highlights and post match interviews here.


Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G), James Perch (Shane Ferguson 74), Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Cheick Tiote (Ryan Taylor 83), Jonas Gutierrez, Hatem Ben Arfa (Shola Ameobi 74), Yohan Cabaye, Demba Ba, Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Shane Ferguson, Ryan Taylor, Dan Gosling, Gabriel Obertan, Sylvain Marveaux, Shola Ameobi.

Manchester City (4-4-1-1): Joe Hart(G) Pablo Zabaleta, Vincent Kompany (C), Joleon Lescott, Gael Clichy; Gareth Barry, Yaya Toure; Samir Nasri (Nigel de Jong 62), Carlos Tevez (Edin Dzeko 70), David Silva (Micah Richards 85), Sergio Aguero.

Subs: Costel Pantilimon (G), Micah Richards, Aleksandar Kolarov, Nigel De Jong, James Milner, Adam Johnson, Edin Dzeko.

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4 Responses

  1. We still have chances for the CL. Everton is a must win and then we hope for results elsewhere.

  2. Llambias’ Programme notes today:

    “As a club, we have made some bold decisions this season, perhaps none bigger or more emotive that our plan to sell the stadium’s naming rights, but every single decision is aimed at making this football club as successful and competitive as possible.

    “Naming rights is clearly an emotional subject, and as I said in a recent interview, both myself and Mike Ashley still call the stadium St James’ Park and we will continue to do so.

    “Whilst we are not from the North East, we respect and understand the passion, the history and the tradition that surrounds this football club, but it is crucial that we make the most of this commercial opportunity because while we have matched the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea on the pitch this season, they are in a different league when it comes to their sponsorship deals.

    “Last season, we brought in £15.7 million in commercial revenue. This sounds like a lot of money, but when you compare it to the £50 million that Tottenham Hotspur generated, you can begin to see where I am coming from.

    “This is not about trampling on people’s feelings for the club. It’s about generating the kind of money that could bring in another Papiss Cisse, another Yohan Cabaye or another Cheick Tiote.”

  3. We didn’t play badly at all. Well done the toon! greetings from the states.