Newcastle (a) post-match thread

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  1. simon23

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    Im not sure why you are singliing out Ederson when there are much much bigger issues and he isnt one to start with?

    Mendy - utter shit and overhyped by everyone
    Gundogan - wank and consistently so
    Mahrez -awful and consistently annonymous
    Stones - a shadow of his former self
    Jesus - overhyped from day one on here and amongst fans- - little to no goal threat consistently through out games and periods of seasons
    Sliva and KDB both below par
    Our set pieces (esp corners) are non existent
    OUr defending one on one (which is someting that Pep absolutely demands) is gone.
    OUr attacking at pace - gone
    Our pressing - gone

    and then look at the possiblities to replace Ederson - BRavo - i acutally think some fans would be better than him in goal -a calamity waiting to happen when he is on the pitch

    Carson . - does anyone know if he can even play out from the back?
     
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  2. Mattyc55

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    On a side note - I really hope we don’t lose Sané because we miss him badly.
     
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  3. hammocity

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    I’d like to see a bit more of the free kick Ferdy gave away. From what I saw he appeared to pull back from the challenge spread his arms to say I’m not touching him with the Newcastle player throwing himself to the ground.
     
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  4. Gabriel

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    Paying the price for not investing in the attacking midfield over the summer. We’re pedestrian in there and relying on aged and tired players who are taking too many touches. Frustratingly, it’s the hardest area to adapt to in England, so even if we buy next summer, it’ll take time to adjust.
     
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  5. simon23

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    id say that is rather harsh on Ferna

    Agree with Jesus though
     
  6. SebastianBlue

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    The away contingent was brilliant today, despite the team’s horrid performance.

    On the broadcast it was all you could hear in the ground apart from just after Newcastle’s goals.
     
  7. Fordyboy46

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    Yeah there was very little in it, but Fernandinho does it time and time again, commits fouls in dangerous places. He never learns.
     
  8. Blue Til Death

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    We had the game well and truly won with a few minutes to go, that's the biggest depressant for me, we are not performing at the level required at the moment but I'm not giving anything up until we can't possibly win it .....
     
  9. Roachy

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    Stick chipping/crossing of ball into the box on your list as well. Utter dogshit game in game out.
     
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  10. eyalluvitt

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    If only we had outbid them for this guy
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