Newcastle United vs Fulham extended match highlights and interviews

Posted on August 31st, 2013 | 33 Comments |

Extended ‘Match of the Day’ highlights of Newcastle United vs Fulham.

Newcastle United v Fulham full match video.

Alternative highlights.

More ‘Match of the Day’ highlights of Newcastle United vs Fulham.

Highlights of this afternoon’s game between Newcastle United and Fulham at St James’ Park.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew.

Martin Jol.

Score and goalscorers.

Newcastle United 1 (Ben Arfa 86), Fulham 0.

Teams and other match facts.

Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G), Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Hatem Ben Arfa, Moussa Sissoko, Vurnon Anita (Yohan Cabaye 65), Sylvain Marveaux (Loic Remy 73), Shola Ameobi (Yoan Gouffran 65), Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Dan Gosling, Yohan Cabaye, Sammy Ameobi, Yoan Gouffran, Loic Remy.

Fulham (4-4-2): David Stockdale (G), Sascha Riether (Matthew Briggs 73), Brede Hangeland (C), Aaron Hughes, John Arne Riise, Alex Kacaniklic, Steven Sidwell, Scott Parker, Bryan Ruiz, Dimitar Berbatov, Darren Bent

Subs: Neil Etheridge (G), Matthew Briggs, Derek Boateng, Giorgios Karagounis, Damien Duff, Adel Taarabt, Hugo Rodallega.

Yellow Cards: Scott Parker (45), John Arne Riise (76), Yohan Cabaye (82).

Red Cards: None.

Referee: Chris Foy.

Attendance: 46,402.


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  1. If we can produce this average of 1.3 points per game, it would probably ensure survival.
    But one goal outta three PL games is not gonna help.
    Though I’m glad to see someone step up and score,We not depending entirely on our CF Cisse.
    Understand there’s a bid in for the Lille kid “Thauvan” though I can’t say it’s backed by any real evidence.
    The bid was a reported £10m. With add on’s, the sorce claimed he was a replacement for Cabaye, which I question, being they play differing roles.
    But he does play a behind the striker role, which is IMO what we need and coud be a future big money player, Soh !
    We could buy the kid, forget about Gomis, actually wasn’t that keen on him anyway and possibly sign Remy if QPR don’t make it back to the PL.
    Looks like Alderwiereld has signed for Athletico Madrid but have no fear, we still have Worky’s hero Iron Mike Williamson to fill in.
    The transfer window will shortly be closed, with no signings of any significance, the fans will be baying for blood,or at least a decent wedge being spent, Thauvan could be that signing, at least he can put the ball in the net something we have had a major problem with.

  2. Just noticed the attendance, not exactly a full house is it?
    Any significance attached to the fact we were only playing Fulham not exactly a glamorous side ?
    Or could it be the fans are sending a message, in which case I’m curious as to how the WONGA branded shirt’s are selling, but it certainly wouldn’t surprise me if the answer was, they are selling well.
    As one can’t very well believe this blog is a true representation of NUFC fans in general.
    Can you ?

  3. @chuck

    i’m led to believe the current home shirt is the best seller in three years.

    there were certainly lots of gormless walking adverts for w*nga there this afternoon.

    fulham only brought a couple of hundred so there was a large empty section in level 7 but there were a few sparse areas elsewhere in the ground too.

  4. sirjasontoon says:
    August 31, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    “We need that young suspected rapist to be “raping the boy”….Pardew.”

    I’m not sure if many people remember this about Pardew’s “absolutely rapes him” comment but the player being raped by Essien according to Pardew was actually Ched Evans, who went on to become the only footballer in the UK ever to be actually convicted of rape!

    Is that the most ironic thing ever?

  5. I would prefer Cabaye to stay. When he came on the pitch we became a different side, if only because of his presence. His self-confidence is strong, boosted no doubt by the interest of Arsenal and PSG; but I feel that if he does stay he will be ready to roll his sleeves up and get on with the job for NUFC.

  6. We finally have our confidence after our first win so hopefully now we start banging them in, especially if Pards starts with the team that finished(Apart from Anita for kabab)

  7. Paul, I didn’t see all of the first half but I’m not sure Cabaye was quite as good as you say when he came on, and Anita didn’t look any worse from what I could see. It was Benny’s game today. He’s playing on both sides as well.

  8. 3 clean sheets out of 4 aint to bad defence done a good job today,krul only had to save 2 shots

  9. Okay I’ve read all the comments on this blog entry , and to be quite honest a little bit tooo rosy for my liking ! sorry to break an egg on the entertaining victory celebration ,,,,

    BUT this was 4 minutes away from being a bland 0-0 disaster , and the daggers for Pardoo would have been sharpened as I speak if this had happened !

    We need to have a reality check ! Great strike by Hatem but the team sounded like they did not perform well prior to this goal making the difference between another bore -draw and a lucky win !

    Give it twelve games , would like four wins and four draws from that so , 16 points would be good , so 12 points from next 9 would give me more hope on our condition as mid table survivors !!

  10. nzedtoonman says:
    September 1, 2013 at 9:30 am

    “We need to have a reality check ! Great strike by Hatem but the team sounded like they did not perform well prior to this goal making the difference between another bore -draw and a lucky win ! ”

    Benny was the difference between the two teams, not just for that one strike but for his performance throughout the game. He was easily the man of the match and yet Pardew criticised his performance in the post match interview. What a stupid man.

    I had a feeling before the game that we’d get something as Fulham are going through a bit of a phase. As I wrote before the game:

    “Now call me a mad irrational fool, but I have a funny feeling in my water that we might not lose this one, and that if the wind is blowing in the right direction, we might even scrape a win! Although Fulham have assumed their usual position after only two games, ie solidly mid-table (12th), they haven’t been totally convincing, scraping a 1-0 away against a transitional Sunderland side then falling at home 1-3 to their fellow Londoners from Arsenal. ”

  11. A win is a win, But if people get carried away with that, They need their heads testing.
    Fulham looked like they had come for a draw, And that is the worst, Fulham side, I have seen at St James Park, For a fair few years.

    Hatem Ben Arfa, Was trying that all the way through the second half.
    He was picking the ball up wide on the right, Trying to ghost past a couple of players, Then shoot.
    Fulham didn’t learn from it, And kept letting him do it.
    It was obvious eventually it would come off for him.

    I’ll give Remy his due, We looked liked something approximating a side, And looked like that spark we have been missing, For some time.

    Lets be honest, It was going to take a strike like that to win the game.
    We just about edged another bore fest, And this could quite of easily went either way.
    Pardew got lucky yesterday, And if that had of finished 0-0, He had one foot of the door.
    The prick is lucky in that respect, He tends to have more lives than a cat, When it comes to keeping his job.

    He was off again though, Patronizing the fans, With the mantra of, This Club hasn’t won anything since 1955, And we are impatient.
    How are a set of fans impatient, When they turn up in droves, After years of underachievement?
    No doubt we will have to endure two weeks of Pardew’s Preening and Hard man persona.
    There are harder tests ahead, And he is still a “Dead Man Walking” IMO!

  12. joe hawkins says:
    September 1, 2013 at 11:08 am

    “No doubt we will have to endure two weeks of Pardew’s Preening and Hard man persona.”

    Hard man persona? Pardew? :lol:

    Jol could have a hard man persona, he reminds me of Dutch Gangster. I can just imagine him saying something like “I get you eeeeesshhh, I get you girlsshhh, I get you shhkunk, I get you anything you want!”

  13. Didn’t watch the game, maybe catch it on the full video.
    Yeah as I expected thousands of walking Wonga advertisements, whadda ya gonna do !
    Yeah three clean sheets , against two mediocre and a third tier team, but we have a deficit of three goals against in three league games, not exactly a good defensive record.
    We certainly miss the free scoring games where both Ba and Cisse were scoring for fun..
    And we are approaching the end of the transfer window, with nothing to show for it, unless there is/are, some panic buys
    It can easily happen and had we lost or even drawn against a poor Fulham side it would no doubt
    Have caused a certain amount of concern.
    I for one have no idea how the side will fare in the next few weeks, but for sure if we end up in the lower level of the league by Christmas, we may see a repeat of the last winter window, where fear of the drop may again inspire our dear leader to dig deep , rather than face the prospect of missing out on the present big bucks, being doled out to those who remain in the PL.
    And watching the various post game interviews, I have to chuckle at Pardews various faces and attitudes, when describing wins, the guy smiles a lot and reassures himself he is the greatest.
    When describing a loss, well we have heard many various reasons, but never poor management,
    yet .
    still not sure of what’s going on, Pardew of course sez whatever Ashley tells him to say, but what’s up with wor Joe, seems to have dummies up lately, not a word from him or Carr.
    Is there something going on ?

  14. Worky, He tries to act tough, But most people can see through him.
    He’s off spouting about Cabaye, And the tone of his patter, Is pretty far from a manager, Who wants to lose his charge!
    He is more or less trying to seek out buyers, As he conducts his interviews, Total crap!

    Martin Jol wouldn’t look out of place, In the Churchill adverts, OH YESSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH…

  15. joe hawkins says:
    September 1, 2013 at 11:11 am

    “TOONARMYE-LITEWEIGHT, Just a bit of a clarty hoop licker!”

    Very harsh on old Toon there, Joe! I’ve found the real Ashley brown eye lickers are the ones who always pipe up about the finances. If you go on about the spending of players they say stuff like “ah but with amortisation blah blah Zzzzzzz…” They’re usually third rate financial advisers or small business owners who delude themselves into thinking they are actually like Ashley and can identify with him. Daft twats.

  16. I’ve just been told there is a short clip on Youtube, With Pardew trying to free the inner “Lounge Lizard”, Which exists inside of him.
    I haven’t seen it yet, So i’ll have to have a look for it.

  17. Worky, It was harsh, And he does have a point on the 3 clean sheets, Anyone who praises Pardew, Is the enemy lol.

  18. @ @ joe pawkins
    should you not be off sorting out long john silver buddy, instead of trying to pick a fight with me lol

    September 1, 2013 at 7:05 pm

    “@ @ joe pawkins
    should you not be off sorting out long john silver buddy, instead of trying to pick a fight with me lol”

    His nom de plume comes from the Joe Hawkins in the “Skinhead” books of the early ‘Seventies, not the young sidekick of Long John Silver.

    Am I right, Joe? I used to read them and the Hells Angels books when I was a bairn but I’ve only just remembered right now thanks to Toon. You did mention something about a Skin band a long time ago but that’s probably where they got it from.

    Could you two lasses please put your handbags down now? :-)

  20. workyticket says:
    September 1, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    “I used to read them and the Hells Angels books when I was a bairn”.

    It was ‘BFG’ and ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ for me, Worky.

    Obviously, my parents weren’t as progressive as yours :-)

  21. TOONARMYE-LITEWEIGHT, Divvent worry, Your mother still loves you lol.
    Why are you discriminating against my mate, Who only has one leg, That’s why he’s a pirate, He’s just misunderstood.
    Worky, It’s named after the Skinhead Character, In the books, Like you said.
    It’s also a song by the Anti-fascist Skinhead band, The Oppressed.