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Discussion in 'Newcastle United' started by Hung,Drawn and Quartered, Aug 8, 2017.
There's every chance, but he may need to play a touch better than he has....ever.
It's ok gang - we're fine - Lawrenson has got us down to lose 2-0
4-1 defeat with big nose running riot
At the risk of repeating myself I'm going for a 3-1 to the lads.
Does No Chance not penalise you for that???
Sorry, wrong thread.
Son and Wanyama are available
That means tighter at the back and more free flowing up top
I got this down as a 2-2 then changed it to 2-1 Toon because I don't like to tempt fate...then went 2-2....currently stuck at 0-1 Spurs
Mate you may have some good players missing - but at least you have good players. All common sense suggests a thrashing for ourselves.
However your recent record at St James isn't fantastic so there is a beacon of hope.
We'll get humped
IT'S MATCH DAYYYYY
Just back under 5 goals mate.
as always on the first day of the season
44th season and still fighting fit
howay the lads
2-1 howay the toon
Wonder how the atmosphere will be. Championship team with no real strengthening (or money) vs 2nd best in County. Will the crowd cut them slack if it's a one-sided affair? Or is expectation (unrealistically) sky high?
I heard Spurs were going to give us a chance by playing Sissoko
I've heard Ashley's Guna give spurs a chance by signing Sissoko for 5 pence before the game and putting him in our team!
Am looking forward to seeing a different Newcastle to the one that was last in the Premier League. On paper this side is weaker than the side that got relegated but am hoping they are much better organised and there are more players who dont switch off if we go down and continue putting in 100%. We had a habit of going behind early and being out of the game from then. Hope that has changed. Dont mind if we get beaten - just want to see us being competitive and not conceding easy goals. Looking forward to this season and actually think we can get some points on the board today.
Looked at the line-ups, we're weaker in almost every single department than Spurs!
Elliot; Manquillo, Lejeune, Clark, Dummett; Hayden, Shelvey; Atsu, Perez, RItchie, Gayle.
Lloris; Walker-Peters, Aldereiweld, Vertonghen, Davies; Dembele, Dier; Erikson, Alli, Sissoko; Kane.