Showing posts with label Newcastle United. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Newcastle United. Show all posts

Friday, October 13, 2017

Shearer knocks out Keane


When Newcastle United and England icon Alan Shearer was asked if he'd have knocked out former Man Utd rival Roy Keane, he replied: “Of course I would have!”


Monday, May 16, 2016

Rafa's Lazagne

Rafa's Lazagne
The Lasagne Incident: Ten years on from missing out on Champions League football through food poisoning in the last match of the season, Tottenham collapsed once again to finish behind Arsenal.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Rafa's Fallen Star

Rafa Benitez' Fallen

After Sunderland easily defeated Everton on Wednesday, Newcastle United's relegation was confirmed, meaning Rafa Benitez has fallen from the Champions League to the Championship in a single season while Zinedine Zidane has guided Real Madrid to the Champions League final.



Monday, March 30, 2015

Saturday, February 9, 2013

My cartoon on France Football

France Football published my Goal.com cartoon "Newcastle's French revolution goes a step too far", which was talking on Newcastle winter's transfer which was on five French players.
Am so proud to see my cartoon in a very prestigious magazine.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Newcastle's French revolution goes a step too far

Defenders Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Massadio Haidara, midfielder Moussa Sissoko and winger Yoann Gouffran all look set to be confirmed as Magpies players this week, bolstering a squad which already boasts the talents of former Ligue 1 stars Yohan Cabaye, Hatem Ben Arfa and Mathieu Debuchy, among others.

All this comes after Alan Pardew was gazumped by QPR and Harry Redknapp in the race for Marseille striker Loic Remy. So who is next? Napoleon? Marcel Marceau? Gerard Depardieu? Some randomer wearing a hooped jumper with perhaps a greater affection for garlic than is wise?

As Goal.com's satirist-in-chief George Ankers claims, maybe it's time for Newcastle to start calling themselves Nouveauchateau. Whoever it is, we're all for it. Allez les Toon!

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Furious Ferguson puts Pardew in his place

Sir Alex Ferguson slammed 'wee club' Newcastle and their manager Alan Pardew after their boxing day clash at Old Trafford.

Pardew began the war of words by suggesting the Scot should have been sent off for berating the match officials during the game.

However, the 70-year-old hit back at the Magpies' boss and with some force too. He accused Pardew of being the worst at "haranguing" referees, and suggested the world is more inclined to take note of spats involving the "most famous club in world" instead of a "wee club in the north-east". 

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Pardew takes Newcastle back to the future

With Alan Pardew signing a new eight-year contract with Newcastle United on Thursday, the 51-year old is set to stay at the Sports Direct Arena until 2020.

Pardew guided Newcastle to a fifth-placed finish in the Premier League last season, while the club's managing director Derek Llambias wants the Magpies to replicate the managerial longevity of Arsenal and Manchester United.

"If you look at clubs like Manchester United and Arsenal, Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger have shown that stability gives you the best platform to achieve success, and that is the model we wish to emulate here," said Llambias.

"Alan has done a fantastic job over the last couple of years and has proved what a great Premier League manager he is. I have total respect for him in all football matters and have an excellent relationship with him which I think benefits the club enormously."

Goal.com cartoonist Omar Momani gives us an idea of the problems Pardew could be facing if he sees out his new deal...

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Cisse at the double as Pardew hits the jackpot

This time last year, Newcastle United were struggling for goals in the wake of Andy Carroll's £35 million departure to Liverpool, but 2011-12 has been a different story. It was Demba Ba who won all the plaudits in the first part of the season, but January changed all that, as a certain Senegalese striker named Papiss Cisse arrived at St James' Park from Freiburg for a significantly lesser fee than was received for the much-derided England striker.

And Cisse hasn't looked back since, scoring the winner on his debut against Aston Villa. While Ba has struggled to replicate his early form following the Africa Cup of Nations, his countryman has continued to rake in the goals. His most recent double against Swansea meant he has now scored more than once a game - nine in eight matches - delighting manager Alan Pardew and leaving Harry Redknapp and Arsene Wenger to ponder what could have been ...