Newcastle United vs Liverpool extended match highlights and post match interviews

Posted on April 27th, 2013 | 20 Comments |

“Match of the Day” highlights from the game between Newcastle United and Liverpool at St James’ Park.

Newcastle United v Liverpool full match video.

Post Match interviews.

“We got a bad start and never really recovered from that” says Pardew, which is a fair assesment, if a little understated.

“Chuckles” Rodgers won six nowt, but still sounds like he’s at a funeral.

Score and goalscorers.

Newcastle United 0, Liverpool 6 (Agger 3, Henderson 17, 76, Sturridge 53, 60, Borini 74).

Teams and match facts.

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Rob Elliot (G) Mathieu Debuchy, Steven Taylor, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Massadio Haidara, James Perch (Hatem Ben Arfa HT), Cheick Tiote (Vurnon Anita 65), Yohan Cabaye (C), Moussa Sissoko, Papiss Cisse, Jonas Gutierrez (Yoan Gouffran HT).

Subs: Steve Harper (G), Mike Williamson, Dan Gosling, Vurnon Anita, Hatem Ben Arfa, Yoan Gouffran, Shola Ameobi.

Liverpool (4-2-3-1): Jose Reina (G), Glen Johnson, Jamie Carragher, Daniel Agger, Jose Enrique, Lucas, Steven Gerrard (C, Fabio Borini 73), Stewart Downing, Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho (Suso 84), Daniel Sturridge (Jonjo Shelvey 84).

Subs: Brad Jones (G), Andre Wisdom, Sebastian Coates, Martin Skrtel, Jonjo Shelvey, Suso, Fabio Borini.

Yellow cards: Mathieu Debuchy (20), Daniel Sturridge (20), Jonas Gutierrez (39), Glen Johnson (41), Steven Taylor (44),

Red cards: Mathieu Debuchy (75, two yellows).

Referee: Andre Marriner (W. Midlands).

Attendance: 52,351.


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20 Responses

  1. Ste, is it not past your bedtime son?
    A bad result for the neo Mr Alex Ferguson, Alan Pardew.
    I just watched his interview on espn, he’s in typically defiant form, saying his side will show fighting spirit, in the remaining games.
    Another home game, where we made a team look like bunch of world beaters.
    Completely p***ed off atm to be honest, but all this has been coming for a while.

    The only smile today, was watching the vile Derek Llambias, squirming in his seat.

  2. Hey Worky: I really wasn’t having a go at you or UTD111 yesterday, I usually like what you both write. However,


  3. joe hawkins says:
    April 27, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    “Ste, is it not past your bedtime son?”

    Divven’t feed the Tramps, Joe, you’ll only look daft when I delete their comments. ;-)

  4. GS says:
    April 27, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    “Worky: who were the 44 Mackems who voted in your poll?”

    UTD111 was probably one of them, GS. There are still a few deadenders kicking around, though perhaps not now.

    And yes, it was perfect timing :lol:

  5. I seem to remember saying when we recruited the French players that the results were not going to change.

    Give PArdew Messi and Ronaldo and Zidane in his prime his team would barely be in the top 10

  6. A few points in today’s game:

    1. Why is Gutierrez still in our side?
    2. Why do people rate Tiote when he is awful and as thick as Byker lass’s fist?
    3. When is Pardew going to walk?
    4. Why is Ben Arfa so overweight?
    5. How come when our fringe players do well at reserve level they aren’t even considered worthy subs even though our first team is woeful at the moment?
    5. And finally, I can’t wait for our regional derby against boro next year.

  7. im only 24 but that is one of the most humiliating moments of all time

    we had no heart, no belief and nothing to offer attacking wise cisse has been a lone striker nearly every game he is completely drained

    @worky if we was gonna get rid of pardew who would u want that’s realistic? we need a frenchman realistically like blanc as u said in a previous post but he wouldn’t wan’t to come it’s a total mess

  8. danny b: Worky probably has better ideas but assuming we sack Pardew tomorrow, these are the only realistic managers I can think of:

    1. Di Matteo, because he is out of work?

    2. Lee Clark, because he would take it even assuming we get relegated.

    3. Joe Kinnear, because at least he is not Pardew.

    We cannot let any of the coaching staff take charge. In my opinion they are hugely responsible for this mess. How can they call themselves coaches when we haven’t scored from a corner since 2011? Glorified ball boys, kit-men and road cone arrangers is what they are.

  9. Pardew: “We wuz not at our best today, I gotta admit that; but we wuz comin in off a tuff game at West Brom last weekend, and I fink that loosing Suarez gave Liverpool an extra edge that we were lackin’; which is a shame if I’m ‘onest coz we shoulda ad more spirit since this was our first home game since we wuz unluckly against Sunderland a couple of weeks ago; but I’ll be talking wiv the lads and we’ll come round, and have a real go next weekend against West ‘am. I’ve still got a few friends down there and I think, if we’re lucky, we can still nick one down there, so I’m confident overall.” Yada, yada, f’ing cockney yada.

  10. Let me say right off I am a Liverpool fan of long standing we were excellent today even without our one man team playing. However I have to say where was the passion, heart commitment and never say die attitude? I truly feel sorry for all you NU supporters having watched a shadow of NU teams of old. Following the Sunderland result I was expecting a back lash that never even hinted of one. You have a right to be upset, disgusted and peed off with that team I won’t say a team of yours as I did not recognise a NU team on that pitch this afternoon. In the past we have enjoyed some epic games agaunst one another but for me this was not one of them even for me as it was far too one sided. Good luck for the remainder of the season I hope you pull through but unless there is a drastic turnround then I fear for your premiership survival.

  11. YVW Paul,
    I try to say it how I see it and try to be impartial in my views win or loose(not always possible of course).The cities of Liverpool and Newcastle have much in common and IMO so do the people both have some heart and bottle.

  12. danny b says:
    April 27, 2013 at 8:50 pm

    “@worky if we was gonna get rid of pardew who would u want that’s realistic?”

    Danny, I won’t give you a straight answer to that question, there are several. I would ask some more fundamental questions first like why does a club the size of Newcastle United have Alan Pardew as a manager when Malaga have Manuel Pellegrini and Swansea have Michael Laudrup? (I could give more examples).

    A manager is the most important single investment a club could make, yet ours, for one of the twenty biggest clubs in the world, is only paid around £500,000 per year and was selected by someone who knows less than nothing about football (as Keegan rightly said).

    When we have someone who knows a bit about football selecting key personnel (ie Chris Hughton) we get Graham Carr and we almost got Steve Clarke as Hughton’s assistant manager too. When you have Ashley and Llambias you get the likes of Dennis Wise and Alan Pardew.

    So my answer would be burn Derek Llambias at the stake and get a new Managing Director before we choose a new manager. :-)

  13. If it was any other club in the EPL (in the WORLD, maybe), Pardoo would be out of the door at the end of the season regardless of whether we stay up or not. But that’s not necessarily what’s going to happen at, given fatso’s boys’ track record when it comes to making rational decisions about the football.

    I mean, who can say what their next move will be (in any event – relegation or not)? If we were discussing any other club, we’d come up with maybe two, possibly three scenarios about how the club should/would advance – and some people advocating one of these scenarios would actually be right. Not in our case, because absolutely ANYTHING could happen next.

    This lot are such a despicable bunch of cnuts. From Pardew upwards. You wouldn’t think it would be possible for a club to be run with this degree of ineptitude.