Leon Best- Too lazy for Ireland?
It's Monday evening, and we're 12 days from our next match, but it could be worse. Our squad is healthy, our Chairman is not stepping down (ahem, SMB), we don't have to buy back our stadium in order to move to a new stadium. Generally speaking (after a GIGANTIC knock on the closest wooden table nearby), it is good to be a Magpie. It's a short set of links today, but I think there are a couple of interesting talking points in them. Without further ado, LINKS!
I hadn't stopped to consider that pitch sizes would vary in England-- I guess in my happy little fantasy-ville, every club over there (Including Conference sides) had a full sized pitch. /end non-related aside
I suppose-- I didn't see the last half-hour or so of the match, but it seemed that the result was just about right. We were nowhere near as dominant as we had been against Blackburn.
He's laughing, I'm laughing... Surely a question borne in jest led to this, but still.
It makes me tremendously happy to read things like this:
"It sums us up this season, everybody is fighting for each other," Krul told BBC Newcastle.
"Three points is brilliant, and as a defensive unit, the team is solid."
With all of the pieces coming into health, AP is faced with the selection log-jam that looked to be inevitable after the transfer window closed.
We've got a lot of French players. And they're all pretty good.
But on the there is only one ball. And winning football is about 11 players running for 90 minutes, or 94 minutes, with a winning mentality. I cannot have players who just wait for the ball.
'We need a team, we need work and commitment. That is football. We need this mentality because with our mentality anything is possible. We cannot afford to have players standing there waiting for the ball.