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

Posted on October 31st, 2013 | 18 Comments |

Newcastle United v Manchester City first half.

Second half.

Extra time.

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Match highlights.

Highlights from this evening’s League Cup game between Newcastle United and Manchester City at St James’ Park.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew. After bemoaning the ‘tired legs’ in the dressing after a punishing nine league games and three cup games, Pardew took hope from the sides performance against Manchester City in the League Cup, saying:

“If we can play as well as we did tonight (against Manchester City), then we’ve got a chance against Chelsea.”

Score and goal scorers.

Newcastle United 0, Manchester City 2 (Negredo 99, Dzeko 105).

Teams and other match facts.

Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mike Williamson, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Massadio Haidara (Paul Dummett HT (Hatem Ben Arfa 81)); Moussa Sissoko, Cheick Tiote (c), Vurnon Anita, Yoan Gouffran; Shola Ameobi (Yohan Cabaye 67), Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Yohan Cabaye, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Hatem Ben Arfa, Loic Remy.

Manchester City (4-2-3-1): Costel Pantilimon (G); Micah Richards (Pablo Zabaleta 83), Dedryck Boyata, Joleon Lescott, Aleksandar Kolarov; Javi Garcia, Jack Rodwell (David Silva 65); James Milner, Stevan Jovetic (Alvaro Negredo 11), Jesus Navas; Edin Dzeko.

Subs: Joe Hart (G), Pablo Zabaleta, Martin Demichelis, Fernandinho, Samir Nasri, David Silva, Alvaro Negredo.

Yellow cards: Javi Garcia (38), Cheick Tiote (45+1), David Silva (90+3)

Red cards: None.

Referee: Neil Swarbrick.

Attendance: 33,846.


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  1. Thought Cisse played better in this game but it was still very poor. Not as poor as he has been but by all barometers it was still poor.

    His only contribution is to score and when he does not we carry him.

  2. I see a lot of people are saying the performance wasn’t too bad, And it was to an extent, But you could have said that about Sunday’s game.
    We’re not exactly getting played off the park, But we sure as hell never look like doing anything in a match.
    We did create a few chances, And Cisse should have scored late on, But would it have mattered, If we had of went through?
    All the so called big clubs were waiting in the next round, And i couldn’t have seen us going any further.

    I said before the kick off, It was all about City’s ambition to win the game, And in the end, That’s exactly what happened.
    We were in the game until they decided to bring on one of their class players, In David De Silva, And i’ll give Pardew that, It did change the game.

    In typical Pardew style, Whatever he did substitutions wise, Had little bearing on the outcome of the game, With Cabaye offering little, And Ben Arfa with his usual giving the ball away to the opposition.
    In players like Williamson, Amoebi, Gouffran and a few others, It is a case of “You get What you pay for”, Williamson has played well lately, So i’m probably doing him a disservice.
    With players of that ilk, They are honest toilers, But not of the first caliber, So when you do create chances, If they fall to these type of players, More often than not, They will let you down.
    Amoebi is 30 odd years of age, And he still has not learned to keep himself onside, Along with his strike partner, Who hasn’t got a clue!

    Ashley said he doesn’t want to pay over the odds for players, 9 million for Cisse looks like daylight robbery, At this moment in time!

    Pardew stood on the touchline with his arms folded like a junkie awaiting their next fix, Clutching on to his note book.
    He is full of the excuses again, He is now citing tiredness, But we are only into October!
    I’m sure that was one of the main one’s on the Pardew Bingo Card, Of Excuses lol.
    He’s using the same excuses again, “Ever Get The Feeling, You’ve heard something Before”?, It’s like “Groundhog Day”!
    He was also praising the fans, For not having a go at them for the Derby.
    Reckons we were the better side again, Total crap from someone who should be gone.
    Although the performance was okay, That’s all it was, And was in no inspired, And there is no sense of urgency from his team, And still very one paced!

    It’s the nonchalance of the man that gets me, The team are not improving, But he seems to think everything is alright, “Trust me, The results will come”, I somehow don’t believe him.
    The bloke should realise his time is up, And resign, Because he should know himself, He isn’t getting anything from his players, I think they would be glad to see the back of him, If truth be told.
    Ashley should act now, Before we end up in another relegation battle!

  3. Is it me being paranoid or am I correct in thinking we never seem to get the lucky break when the ball breaks loose from a situation. It always seems to go to the opposition, seems to be happening in most of our games. I don’t think the players are at fault either when this happens or am I missing something.

    Anyway man of the match for me (on our team) was Debuchey. I thought Shola had a good game and would have given Cisse the hook. I agree with most of the comments re the tatics. We seemed to lose the way after the substitutions. Especially as some of the City players at this stage seemed to be tiring.

    Don’t get the Dummett substitution, obviously I know little about real football!!

  4. Grumpyoldtoon, I think he took “Kirk from Coronation Street” Dummett off, Because he thought it was going to go to penalties!

  5. Joe-also, even if it wasn’t that bad, that was City’s second team. And from what I was seeing, we didn’t have a shot on target until some time into the second half.

    As for 9M for Cisse-I’m as disappointed in him as anyone but the league places his goals got us that first season probably paid his fee if we’re fair.

  6. Tunyc, I quite agree with you, It was Man city’s second string, And like The Chronicle, Are saying today, If that was the reaction to the Derby defeat, Then you have to start worrying!

    The Club have also come out and said, Any suggestions of Pardew going to Crystal Palace are ludicrous!
    That is bad news, Because the toss pots running the asylum, Must still think he is capable of being Newcastle manager.

  7. Interesting, how quickly the club (Ashley) reacted to the fans objection, to his advertising of “Glasgow Rangers” sports paraphanalia on the clubs website.

    A direct “in your face” attitude that was quickly reversed.

    The obvious distain of the fans and lack of any sensetivity on the part of the present regiem, continues, as long as it has no negative effect on revenue.

    However it shows what he reacts to, the recent march and the subsequent punishment of the Chronicle for reporting it (what was he thinking) it’s the civic duty of a paper to report such happenings.

    The recent gagging of Pardew (actually something positive as far as i’m concerned) by the Top PR apparatchik, not to menton the stadium renaming, wonga etc.

    But the one thing that gets his attention is the fear of any loss of revenue.

    Too late for season tickets,(they have been sold for the next five years) well quite a few.

    But fans still have the option of buying retro shirts, from outlets other than either SD or the Club Store.

    And that’s what grabbed his attention and quickly removed the ads for Rangers gear.

    However it appears there’s not much objection to being treated like a bunch of sheep, by the fans, who will continue to give Ashley big bucks for a shirt and continue to be a walking advert. for a low life loansharking operation.
    Ah well !

  8. Maybe you’re reading too much into Chuck? I divven’t knaa. Maybe it was just a cock up over at the great Sports Direct Death Star or whatever…

    On a similar commercial theme, everyone knows about the free advertising for Sports Direct, but what about all the other Ashley brands like Firetrap and Dunlop which were also being repeatedly hammered into our retinas yesterday evening?

    ‘Cruise’ which is another one in Ashley’s more upmarket range which I’ve seen on the pitchside ads a few times too.

  9. Not looking forward to Chelsea on the weekend. Who knows in this crazy world we call football though.

  10. Ashley strikes again!

    He has now banned the N.U.S.T from future meetings, Because they took minutes, At the meeting.
    How petty can this petulant fat git be?, I thought that was common procedure, To take down minutes of a meeting, How dare those oiks do that!

  11. Worky, Your article sums it up, You knew for a fine fact his meddling would put them out of the tie.

  12. Just when you think Ashley has sunk as far as he possibly can, he finds new ways to dig further into the swamp.

  13. joe @ 12: so he wants closed-door meetings with no independent notes and as little media access as possible?

    Very G.W. Bush of him.

  14. Tunyc, It’s just getting stupid now though!
    What’s going to be next, All the staff at St James’ Park, Dressed in black uniforms, And Jack boots?

    So you thought you might like to go to the match,
    To feel that warm thrill of confusion, That Ashley Cadet glow!
    Is there something eluding you sunshine, Is this not all you expected to see?
    If you you wanna find out, What’s behind Ashley’s lies,
    You’ll have to claw your way through, A mountain of mince pies!

    That’s what it’s like, That Section of “Pink Floyd’s, The Wall”, When he has the Nazi Trip.

    That Lee Ryder in the spotlight, He don’t look right to me, Get him up against the wall…