Everton vs Newcastle United full match video, highlights and interviews

Posted on October 1st, 2013 | 55 Comments |

Everton v Newcastle United full match video first half.

Second half.

Match highlights

Highlights from this evening’s game between Everton and Newcastle United at Goodison Park.

Alternative highlights.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew.

Roberto Martinez.

Score and goalscorers.

Everton 3 (Lukaku 5, 37, Barkley 25), Newcastle United 2 (Cabaye 51, Remy 89).

Teams and other match facts.

Everton (4-2-3-1): Tim Howard (G); Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka (c), Sylvain Distin, Leighton Baines; James McCarthy, Gareth Barry; Leon Osman, Ross Barkley (Steven Naismith 88), Kevin Mirallas (Gerard Deulofeu 73); Romelu Lukaku

Subs: Joel Robles (G), John Stones, John Heitinga, Gerard Deulofeu, Steven Naismith, Nikica Jelavic, Arouna Kone

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Mike Williamson HT), Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon; Vurnon Anita (Papiss Cisse 69), Cheick Tiote, Moussa Sissoko; Yoan Gouffran, Loic Remy, Hatem Ben Arfa (Yohan Cabaye HT).

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Mike Williamson, Yohan Cabaye, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Papiss Cisse.

Yellow cards: Leighton Baines (17), Kevin Mirallas (44), Cheick Tiote (55), Gareth Barry (80).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffs).

Attendance: 36,000.


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  1. Well the boards previous statements about staying in the Premiership, And that being where the rewards are, In all honesty, We will be lucky to still be in the league, Come May.

    Pardew has to go A.S.A.P, Because watching that last night, Was a carbon copy, Of last season’s endeavours!
    No growth has taken place, And lessons have not been learned.
    The second half performance has papered over, One huge crack again.
    It could have been another hiding last night, If Everton had of kept their foot on the gas!

    I haven’t got the first clue what Pardew is trying to do, But he is putting this team out of games, Before they even start.
    Nobody seemed to know what their jobs were, And what was the point of switching Ben Arfa, To the left, When he has been more effective, On the right, Of late?

    I said before the game, Maybe they should throw another centre half on, And Williamson did shore the back up.
    Debuchy and Santon, Look like two wingers, Trying to be fullbacks, And are never in position.

    Alan Pardew might as well have put on a blue jersey, Last night!
    Talk about agent Brucie, What about 00 Pardew?, He might as well be managing the opposition, For what good he does us!
    It has gone beyond any dislike for Pardew, He could be the biggest cnut, On the face of the Earth, But you wouldn’t care less, If he was good at his job!
    He is not going to suddenly become a good manager, And this is now like a festering wound.
    The club is not moving on, And we are stuck in a rut, Surely fat Ashley watching that, Must know that this situation is futile.
    Pardew must know himself, That he cannot take this club any further.
    If he was any man at all, He would hold his hands up, And do the decent thing, And resign.
    It does not matter what he tries, In that pathetic little black book of his, Nothing works, And never will.
    Unless it is the phone numbers of all the players wives in there, Who he is trying to put the bite on.

    The whole thing has become a complete farce, It was hilarious watching Ashley and Kinnear’s face’s from the stand.
    What did Josef Stalin say, “Remove The Man, Remove The Problem”!

  2. My take on the game was that we second best in many of the simple things that should be covered in basic training. 50/50 challenges we constantly lost, poor ball control in good positions, misplaced passes. Not all of the time but just enough to hand the initiative back to Everton (as well as other teams in previous matches).

    Don’t know if it is a confidence thing, management! Or a training thing, again management!

    We do have a good squad of players and they can play well as shown in the second half of the game, so why not over the whole game. Not a new question I know and there are various opinions as to why we were better, but any team from the squad should do better than they did in the first half.

  3. On a slightly different topic, isn’t it strange that there has been no media coverage, protest or condemnation from governments over the seizing of Greenpeace activists by the Russians from their ship in international waters.

    Also I was disgusted by the cartoon in Saturdays Telegraph lampooning environmental protestors many of whom put their lives on the line to fight against those who would happily ruin our planet for a fast buck and power.

    I should mention that it takes me all week to read the Telegraph so have only just seen this odius attempt at humour.

  4. Grumpyoldtoon, Aye it seems the only place this has been reported, Is on Russia Today.
    The Russians are saying, It’s not the fact they are protesting, It’s the fact their actions are apparently reckless, And are putting oil workers lives at risk!
    Greenpeace were meant to try and ram a ship last year, I’m not swaying towards one side or the other, Because i don’t know enough about what’s going on.

    All i have heard is that Greenpeace are supposedly getting more extreme, In their actions.

  5. Grumpyoldtoon, I think the problem is, We have a manager who is 18 months past his sell by date.
    When he finished 5th, That was always going to be the absolute pinnacle, Of what he could achieve.
    Although you can probably understand why Ashley gave him a chance in Europe, He should have been given a nice golden handshake, And sent on his way, After that season finished.

    Pardew had no experience in that field, And they should have brought in a manager with better ability, From that point on.
    Pardew could have walked away, With his pride in tact, And got another job, On the strength of his performance.
    He is now in danger of being bounced out of Football for good.
    His reputation is through the floor, With his staying here, And his toadying up to the regime.

    It just shows you the mentality of the board, When they in all their wisdom, Thought Pardew was a step up from Chris Hughton, Who finished above Pardew, In the league.

  6. Joe, if Ashley fired Pardew after he came fifth, you know that alot of fans would have gone bonkers. The mission to lower expectations was very successful and alot of fans genuinely thought that coming fifth was some kind of miracle, as if we were Wigan or Norwich or someone like that. They didn’t realise that we should have come about seventh anyway, and that very poor seasons for Liverpool and Chelsea, along with a hell of alot of luck along the way helped to take us two places higher.

    I remember some of the e.mails I received and the blocked comments which were full of abuse when I continued to raise questions about Pardew, and predicted the fiasco to come. Some of them were very imaginative! :-)

  7. Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    October 1, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    “On a slightly different topic, isn’t it strange that there has been no media coverage, protest or condemnation from governments over the seizing of Greenpeace activists by the Russians from their ship in international waters.

    Also I was disgusted by the cartoon in Saturdays Telegraph lampooning environmental protestors many of whom put their lives on the line to fight against those who would happily ruin our planet for a fast buck and power. ”

    Grumpy, I was reading something about it in “i” (that mini version of the Independent) as I noshed away at my Eggs Benedict this morning.

    As for the Torygraph, what do you expect? They hate environmentalists, and think the idea that there is man made global warming is huge scam to gain extra research funding for fat cat scientists.

  8. Worky, Your right, They would have kicked off big time!, And Ashley would have come in for more stick.
    Like i mentioned earlier, You can see why he was given the chance, But we all know Ashley is his own man, And he could have took that decision, And took the abuse on the chin.

    If you took a step back though, And looked at the bigger picture, All roads were leading to this point, Under the stewardship of Pardew.
    He was and never will be “The New Fergie”, That Llambias seen transpiring.
    The only reason he has lasted as long as he has, Is not down to football, But rather a one of convenience for Ashley.
    He doesn’t want another situation where you have people like Keegan, Allardyce, Who think for themselves, Rocking his sweat shop!

  9. I imagine that the reason Llambias saw the door was over his prior recommendation to Ashley that Pardew get 8 years. Biggest waste of 8 million the tight-fisted Mike has ever had to spend. But surely it is time to blow some of the Carroll money. I understand Roberto di Matteo is salivating over the chance to manage this potentially very good squad and put them out of the misery which Pardew has terrorised into them with his own extreme paranoia about opposing teams.

  10. joe-papering over cracks is exactly right.

    What I saw was us easily beaten and really not too threatening even when we improved. Barring an individual wonder strike by Cabaye, we created 1 goal, in the 89th minute.

    AP again implicitly admitted he got the lineup wrong with the changes at half, though I really wonder what good taking HBA off did. Oh wait, it was probably to help with defense on that side as the fullback was woefully out of position but couldn’t be swapped…

    And I believe it went: “A man, a problem. No man, no problem.”

  11. What i will give to Pardew, Is his ability to keep trying to put positive spin on disastrous events, And steer criticism away from himself.
    As with the other clubs who have had the misfortune of being managed by him.
    He does tend to have more lives than a cat, And tends to linger long, Until he gets peddled.
    He’s managed to eke out at least another year, When he should have been relieved of his duties.

    His buzz words at this moment in time, Are, “We have to cut out the inconsistency of our play”.
    That is a downright lie imo, They do have consistency, In the fact that they are consistently bad, And have been for over a year!

  12. We will win the next game and everything will be great again until the next decent team who shows us how weak we are again.

  13. Phisix says:
    October 1, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    “We will win the next game and everything will be great again until the next decent team who shows us how weak we are again.”

    That’s a definiton of stupidity though, Phisix. The difference between stupid people and intelligent people is memory. Stupid people forget stuff, hence they can’t see things in context. If you can’t see things in context, it’s harder to see what is coming, whether it is good, bad or indifferent. If you can’t see what is coming, obviously, it is harder to make the right decisions for the future.

  14. One incident I remember from the game yesterday was when Santon hoofed a reasonably long ball vaguely in the direction of Sissoko or Remy, not quite sure. As per friggin’ usual, one of the opponents picked it up and possession was conceeded, yet Pardew bellowed at the top of his voice from the dugout “GOOD BALL DAVIDE!”

  15. Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    October 1, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    “Also I was disgusted by the cartoon in Saturdays Telegraph lampooning environmental protestors many of whom put their lives on the line to fight against those who would happily ruin our planet for a fast buck and power.”

    Grumpy, if you think that’s bad, have you seen the Daily Mail’s ongoing smear campaign about Ed Miliband’s dead father, Ralph Miliband? It must be about the lowest the Daily Mail have stooped since they supported Hitler and accused Jewish refugees of lying about persecution in their home countries. The Daily Mail really do have no shame whatsoever.

  16. I am across the pond and I agree that Pardew needs to go. What I don’t know is who is on the list to take his place? What is everyone’s opinion on who would replace him and no a bag of shite is not an option.

  17. Fee Fi says:
    October 1, 2013 at 9:43 pm

    “What is everyone’s opinion on who would replace him and no a bag of shite is not an option.”

    Fee Fi, I’m sure most of us would have our own ideas on who should replace him, but knowing Mike Ashley, it’s anyone’s guess who would replace him. As Ashley’s new advisor, Joe Kinnear would probably have a say too.

  18. I just looked on The Chronicle’s website, And there were reports Pardew offered to resign last night.
    They are now saying he will fight on to put things right, But Ashley was not a happy bunny by all accounts, And left Merseyside without talking to Pardew.
    Ashley might be looking to swing the axe, With Kinnear set to take over!

  19. The Mirror are now also running with a story, Where Pardew now knows he’s on borrowed time, With Kinnear set to take over.

  20. Worky, Like you say, We don’t know for sure what’s going on.
    I’m just putting it out there, As it has been the topic, On here today.
    Frankly though, I am amazed it has taken so long for this to come into the foreground.
    I know papers like to get stories out there, And a lot of the time it’s crap, But i personally think Pardew has had an easy ride, Up until now.
    It is about time his tenure went under the microscope, Because he has been poor, For some time now.
    He doesn’t have any excuses left, And this was bound to happen eventually.

    Whether or not there are any truth in the rumours, This now puts Pardew on trial.
    Personally i would love to see the back of the tosser, And his constant bull.
    It will be interesting, If only to see which desperado, Will come in next.

  21. I see the tabloids are at it again, character assassination of a dead man, in order to get to his son.
    And quelle surprise from that piece of toilet paper “The Daily Mail”.
    Which is much like our “NY Post” now owned by non other than Murdoch.

    Actually watched an hour long interview of Alex. Ferguson, hosted by Charley Rose, which i’m sure some of you are aware of, as i’m not sure he’s seen in the UK.

    Who’s much better than Parkinson and that annoying David Frost or the idiot (Baba Wawa) Barbara Walters.

    Though Ferguson was a bit of a disappointment, expected a bit more, but i’m sure some will find it interesting.

    Had to sacrifice the first half hour of the movie.
    De Sica’s “Bicycle Thief” 1948 one of my favorite films, Italian neo-realism school of post WW2, with then unknown non actors, the main character taken from a factory floor.
    I think the Italians were right in their saying, that the worst actors in Italy were either those in film or on the stage.

  22. Does Peter Hitchins still write that awful stuff in the Mail, strange that he and his brother Christopher could be at opposite ends of the political spectrum and so different.
    Though surprisingly Christopher took a bit of a U-turn, to the right at the time of the Iraq invasion.
    And Peter made a U-turn, reconverting to Christianity, from that of a dyed in the wool atheist.

  23. Typical character assassination, Which is common in Britain.
    Anyone who has an opinion that differs from the norm, Are put down as a crackpot or a traitor, I suppose it’s always been this way.
    From what i have heard about Ralph Milliband, I like anyone who stands up against the ordered establishment.
    I heard when David and Ed were only kids, And playing under the table, On top of the table, Were a bunch of revolutionaries having at meeting.
    I would have loved to have grown up in that sort of environment.

    This is pathetic though, With elections around the corner, Some characters behind the scenes, Are trying to undermine the Labour Party.
    Although Cameron was on the idiot box, Giving support to Ed, It wouldn’t surprise me if this is some clandestine smear campaign, By the Tories!

    I hate a lot of the things i have seen growing up in Britain, And the way this country has and does conduct itself, At home and on the international stage.
    Does this mean you are a traitor, Or hate your country, Does it bollox!

  24. chuck says:
    October 2, 2013 at 7:34 am

    “I see the tabloids are at it again, character assassination of a dead man, in order to get to his son.”

    Tabloid, Chuck. I think the Daily Mail are pretty much on their own with this one, apart from Rod Liddle in the Spectator, which isn’t a tabloid and Rod Liddle’s well known for being vile anyway.

  25. DarthBroon says:
    October 2, 2013 at 2:33 pm


    “You might point out to those sub editors you’ve taken such a shine to that they’ve screwed up the headline on your latest blog

    “Has Newcastle United’s Mike Willamson has earned the right to a starting place?”

    Could be my stupid mistake, Darth, but that’s what sub-eds are supposed to the there for!

    I did another one and they turned it down on legal grounds. I’m glad about that, not because of the legal thing because that’s BS, but they completely butchered it before they decided to spike it, including putting things which I didn’t say (a big no-no), rearranging the paragraphs with the last one going first etc… It was almost unrecognisable. I’ll post the orignal version on here later.

    I don’t understand the point as the blogs getting around 2000-13,000 readers when they were being left alone. Now they’re completely f**king them up, including the titles, they’re only getting around 600-700!

  26. DarthBroon says:
    October 2, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    “The bloke’s a Millwall fan – what else would you expect?”

    Darth, one of my mates down here is a Millwall fan, though I hasten to add that he isn’t Rod Liddle!

  27. I have a couple of workmates who are Millwall fans, worky.

    I think that being in a geeky profession, they think it makes them seem a bit more ‘edgy’ and dangerous – when they’re really just a couple of nerdy t@wts :)

    A bit like Rod Liddle maybe.

  28. Williamson did very well against Lukaku but if he truly deserves a starting place, this squad has clearly failed to develop at all over the last few seasons.

    Which reminds me, anyone think our defense would be any worse with R. Taylor and Simpson on the flanks?

    Oh well.

  29. Everton are not that good. Their Scouse friends are not great either. We made them both look very good.

    As stewpot said the other night, it is not helping that Krul is having a ‘mare if a start.

  30. If Williamson is the answer, do you really want to hear the question, as one blog headline read.
    I don’t get it a bunch of fcuging sheep, Williamson comes on in the second half, to a geed up Newcastle side.
    Doesn’t make any of his usual screwup moves and is hailed as the new Beckenbaur.
    One guy adding he was good in the air, ffs he’s well over six feet dummy, yet on attacking set pieces has neither ever scored, or for that matter got his head onto a ball.
    Actually the only goals he as ever scored at this club are own goals.
    So leave it out and stop embarrassing yourselves by praising this clown.

  31. GS says:
    October 2, 2013 at 4:22 pm

    “Everton are not that good. Their Scouse friends are not great either. We made them both look very good.”

    No bite from Chuckles this time, GS. :-)

  32. GS @ 36: you probably don’t want to read about Lurch’s performance against Barca the other night then…

  33. tunyc says:
    October 2, 2013 at 7:14 pm

    “GS @ 36: you probably don’t want to read about Lurch’s performance against Barca the other night then…”

    He’s was called “The great wall” in Spain after his previous performance against Barcelona.

  34. Young Saha, at M.U. has voiced enthusiasm, for a loan to Newcastle, being he wants a starting role in the PL.

    If I recall he plays on the right wing, exactly what we are in need of, as we are stacked with central midfielders.

    Also it appears Arry has no particular need for Remy and Taarabt, both out on loan, we could do worse than attempt to add both with permanent deals here.
    But the need for a big physical CD is paramount, (Douglas?) plus we could use someone to give Debuchy a bit of competition.
    That could give us a side good enough to compete in the top half of the league, instead of constantly fighting relegation.
    Of course that would also require a manager who, knew something about football and according to some media reports, that could take place in the not too distant future, (hopefully)

  35. chuck says:
    October 2, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    “Young Saha, at M.U. has voiced enthusiasm, for a loan to Newcastle, being he wants a starting role in the PL.”

    When did Zaha say he wanted to play for Newcastle, Chuck? Do you have a quote somewhere?

  36. Rumors of a search for Pardew’s replacement.

    Ashley must be doing the casino’s every night, looking.

    What am I saying, we got the perfect candidate,
    “wor Joe”.

    Was it a self inflicted stab wound, or did Joe get him in the back ?
    Only time will tell?

    Does that mean Joe will wear two hats ?

    How long does Joe expect to last and he’s the only name left on the list.

    But wait, there could be a miracle, Ashley may have an
    Epiphany on the road to Cardiff.
    He may decide to go for someone who actually knows about managing a side and leave Joe as someone to fill that vacant seat next to him.

    Nah! why would you want someone who knows about the game, we got the talent to avoid relegation, well ain’t we ?

    Just cost money, we can get a twofer from Joe, two hat Joe, yes siree !
    Onwards and upwards.

  37. You want quotes, the famous “It’s been reported” who is never wrong.

    It is also reported that a number of other PL sides along with NUFC have made inquiries, with Saha reportedly showing a preference for the Magpies.

    Of course Moyes doesn’t want to lend him out to either a second tier side, or one of his top level competitors for the league title.

    The way things are going for Man.U. he may be better to hang on to him, as he may be competing with NUFC in avoiding relegation, if he cant get Man U. off the dime,
    sometime soon.

  38. Oh ! one more thing, did anyone catch any of the Celtic vs Barca game.

    Young Forster put on a goaltending clinic, what clown was responsible for selling him for two and six and a packet of woodbine’s, unbelievable, actually it was two million, still foolish.

  39. I’ve watched the Champions League games with Forster and when he pulls off a really good save, the commentator usually says “he gets down well, for a big man.”

  40. Worky

    Funny you should mention that, because it was the first thing that came to mind watching him and yes, the single most difficult thing for a goalie to accomplish, whether big or small.
    Regardless a screwup that a local lad was sold cheap on the opinion of some idiot, whoever he was.
    But then, it’s a continuity of the overall policies of Mike Ashley, someone making football decisions that effect the club, who in the words of KK, is someone who knows nothing about football.
    The lack of summer signings. the fact we are fighting relegation, all down to the slow learning curve of this
    man in regards to football.
    Time to hire (even if all he wants is a permanent mid table side) two people, one who is not Joe Kinnear and the other, is not Alan Pardew.
    How long do we have to wait before this footballing idiot, learns what is obvious to everyone other than himself.
    IMO, that’s the definition of hubris.

  41. chuck says:
    October 3, 2013 at 4:45 am


    “Funny you should mention that, because it was the first thing that came to mind watching him and yes, the single most difficult thing for a goalie to accomplish, whether big or small.”

    Well it isn’t just an empty cliche, Chuck. It’s a bit like sprinters. It’s usually best to be a fairly big lad, about 6’2″ but you can be too big. In goalkeeping it’s a balance between reach and agilty. But if you’re a VERY big lad you can lose out on agility. On the other hand, if you’re a very big lad who is still as agile as someone who’s about 6’2″, that’s the best of both worlds. Getting back to sprinting, Usain Bolt should be too big for the 100m, but he’s a freak. He’s a very big lad with advantage of a very long stride, but despite that, he still seems to have a similar centre of gravity to a 6’2″ lad, hence he murders the competition because he has the best of both worlds. He’s a freak.

    If Lurch the 6’7″ monster still has the agilty of a 6’2″ goalie, he has a big advantage as well.

  42. Worky

    In that case there must be a lot of exceptions to the rule.

    That’s all just a bunch of unsubstantiated rubbish.
    I take it sometime in your life you must have watched professional basketball, where everyone is usually over six feet , in the NBA most guards (usually the smallest players) average over six four.

    To say because of their size they have lost agility is pure nonsense, as they are among the most agile of athletes.


  43. OK Chuck, “unsubstatiated rubbish?” On the sprinting, it was from quite possibly the world’s greatest expert, Michael Johnson. He was one of THE greatest 200-400 metre runners ever, absolutely impeccable in terms of his running technique and is possibly the greatest coach and analyst there is now.

    I saw a long and very intereting TV programme of him with Usain Bolt and they were discussing and analysing Bolt’s very eccentric technique. Amongst other things, Johnson was discussing the dilemma between stripping down Bolt’s technique and teaching him to be a bit more orthodox in his style. He might run even faster, on other hand it could be very risky in that maybe he would lose what he had, maybe that is what makes him special, ie being a 6’5″ 6’6″ sprinter who can run like a 6’2″ sprinter. And it was Johnson who mentioned 6’2″ being around the optimum height, and why Bolt was exceptional.

    On the goalkeeping, there have been many, many discussions about it, and I’ve talked to real goalkeepers myself about it too. The biggest problem for the real giants is getting down for the low shots, especially by the posts, it’s a question of distance and the time it takes to get down from up there in the clouds! I did say around 6’2″ and that was probably a little bit too specific. Say more like 6’1″ (like Iker Casillas) to 6’4″ (like Gianluigi Buffon).

    Incidentally, one of Mexico’s greatest ever keepers, Jorge Campos, was a real shortarse! There are varying heights given for him from 5’6″ to 5’8 1/2!” I saw hin though and he looked tiny for a goalkeeper. He only retired about 10 years ago. I believe he could also play well as a striker too.

    It’s no wonder you whinge about getting no respect. How about trying to show a bit of respect yourself rather than insulting people and saying they’re wrong on subjects you know little or nothing about? ;-)

  44. Worky

    I wasn’t discussing sprinting which you based your counter argument on and even if you had, Usain Bolt was the man who broke Michael Johnsons world record.
    Johnson was around six feet, whereas bolt is about four inches taller, what does that tell you ?

    You totally ignored the fact there are thousands of basketball players most over six foot , who are as agile as anyone under that height.

    But Oh !
    You talked to some goalies about it, then that obviously makes you an expert.

    Try not to sell something you have no clue about elsewhere.