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The identity of the Bordeaux idiot is John Parkinson, a 35 year old Rotherham fan from South Yorkshire’s…Rotherham.
Ferguson is obviously a player with ability and can cross the ball, something that most of our team struggle with.
The stewarding was exceptionally rubbish, letting simple sod carry on his unfunny act of appalling attention seeking for far too long before they waded in with some roundly cheered digs.
The three goal victory over Bordeaux saw the likes of Cabaye and Tiote getting hold of the ball, and the match, in a way that we haven’t seen this season.
Presumably overcome by Newcastle scoring form three crosses in one match, a t-shirted (must be one of the shyer ones) streaker comes onto the pitch and has his fifteen seconds of fame.
Maybe Alan Pardew and Newcastle United are really taking this seriously but the question is; It’s your choice, who was your Newcastle United man of the match?
Cabaye, Tiote and Cisse come into a stronger Europa League line-up than of late with Ba and Ben Arfa on the bench.
Obertan and Marveaux are once again expected to play and Alan Pardew will be expecting a lot more from both.
If Newcastle are in any way to take the Europa League seriously, then I think tonight we’ll get the answer.
With a bit of luck Obertan won’t have the same ‘point to prove’ to his former French employers as he had at Manyoo last week. Whatever that point was, he proved it alright.
BBC Sport comments from neutrals – Very interesting on Newcastle United after Arsenal match
Piers Morgan Newcastle United comments – Perfectly sum up Arsenal fanbase
‘Newcastle United owners – Speak as I find’
Arsenal fans comments ahead of facing Newcastle United – Interesting…and amusing
3 Positives and 3 Negatives from Newcastle 2 Arsenal 0