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RE: NUFC TOON 2006/07. - 18/1/2012 1:02:13 PM   
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Name: Papiss Demba Cissť
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Contract: 5.5 yrs
Previous club: Freiberg (Germany)
Nationality: Senegalese
Position: Centre Forward

I think (hope) he'll do well for us, especially as he's an international team mate of Ba (and yet another French speaker). That he's in the Senegal national team means he'll not make his debut for us for a month, til after the African Nations cup, like.

2011-12 season = scored 9 in 17 appearances for Freiburg in the Bundesliga
2010-11 season = scored 22 in 32 for Freiburg in the Bubdesliga, plus 2 in 2 in the German Cup
2009-10 season = scored 6 in 13 for Freiburg in the Bundesliga and 7 in 13 for Metz in French Ligue 2
2008-09 season = scored 15 in 33 for Metz

So he's been averaging more than a goal every 2 games.
Here's a compilation clip of him scoring some of them! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqhIdZiklk

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RE: NUFC TOON 2006/07. - 18/1/2012 3:59:22 PM   
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Brilliant headline on NUFC.com;

Papiss: Got A Brand New Mag.

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RE: NUFC TOON 2006/07. - 1/2/2012 6:21:45 PM   
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Heres hoping we will be victorious against the bogey team tonight. If Ameobi plays he needs to put in a shift thats for sure.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 1/2/2012 7:18:08 PM   
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Shola always puts in a shift. His falling down routine is the best around; he's constantly horizontal! 

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 5/2/2012 8:05:44 PM   
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A pictorial description of how i felt when Cisse scored.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 25/2/2012 12:55:46 PM   
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Nice pic of Pardew, Cabaye, Krul and Tiote done up as The A-Team in The Mirror today.
Though rather than Face, I'd have had Wor Yohan dressed as Amy, that bit of skirt they used to knock around with.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 26/2/2012 11:22:37 AM   
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Nice pic of Pardew, Cabaye, Krul and Tiote done up as The A-Team in The Mirror today.
Though rather than Face, I'd have had Wor Yohan dressed as Amy, that bit of skirt they used to knock around with.


Which is ironic as he fucking played like her yesterday.
Mind, as terrible as our performance was, it was nowt compared to the referee's - he was an absolute disgrace in the second half.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 29/2/2012 8:01:15 PM   
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Ben Arfa in the Chronicle today when asked if he'd ever visited sunderland:
'I have not. Perhaps it's because there's nothing there?'
Good lad.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 1/3/2012 11:24:45 AM   
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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 3/3/2012 10:33:54 AM   
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Krul and Colo just signed new deals. Lovely.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 3/3/2012 3:24:13 PM   
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Krul and Colo just signed new deals. Lovely.



Simpson to follow soon i hope.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 4/3/2012 7:27:32 PM   
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SHOLA!

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 6/3/2012 5:55:12 PM   
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So what is the general feeling towards Mike Ashley in the Toon these days?

Reason I ask is for all their critics, Tony Jiminez has been wonderful for us as a new owner as he closes in on 18 months at the club. He's brought a fantastic chairman, attracted new financial backing from outside contributors, supported the manager wholeheartedly in the transfer window, brought new jobs to the club, introduced the £5 matchdays that have paid off with our first sell-out crowds since the premiership days and so far it's all paying off. I don't have a bad word to say about him, both himself and Michael Slater took a few choice words from some fans (not myself included might I add, I wanted him out long before they arrived) when they sacked Parkinson within 72 hours of taking control of the club but it's looked the right move in the end. I'm very happy he's head of the Charlton family now.

What about your views?

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 8/3/2012 12:41:08 PM   
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I dunno about the "general feeling", but my own feelings on Ashley are pretty much the same as they have been for the past 4 or 5 years.
He's done some positive things for us, like clearing the debt and funding transfers, albeit with not quite as much $$ as we were sometimes promised. He's done some things that seemed mental or frugal or backward at the time, but fortunately turned out positive in the end, such as giving Hughton a go as manager (frugal), and later dropping him (backward) and giving Pards the job (mental), as well as failing to keep hold of the likes of Milner, Given, Carroll, Nolan, Enrique and Barton. And he's done some things that were out and out negative, or else betrayed the fact that he hadn't a fucking clue what he was doing, from swapping Allardyce for Keegan (Allardyce should have gone, Keegan shouldn't have been his replacement), employing Wise, then undermining Keegan by giving contracts to players like Xisco against his wishes, employing Kinnear, signings like Sol Campbell, a series of acts that had a knock-on effect and are largely to blame for our relegation in 2009, right up to changing the name of the stadium.

So... I don't hate the fella, and I don't (have never) refer to him and Llambias the Cockney Mafia, though I do find Llambias a bit of a snake at times, and it's perhaps a shame that he replaced Chris Mort, who seemed to forge a more positive link between fans and owner. I don't pin the blame for all the ills of the last few seasons on Ashley, and neither do I give him all the credit for our successes, particularly not the fostering of a team spirit that helped us finish the 2009-10 season as Championship winners, or Pard's odd yet seemingly quite successful policy of buying French, and the resultant form we've shown this season.

As with anyone, I guess, it's more complex than saying a person's a hero or a twat. I've been angry with some of his decisions and bemused at others (Solero shirts?!). I've felt kinda sorry for him when he was almost forced out by the fans (whipped up into a frenzy by the tabloids, lest we forget) and said he regretted buying the club, thought him a bit of a dick when he was photographed stripping off in a Chinese, and felt optimistic when he withdrew the club from sale, took a deep breath and announced a raft of positive plans to turn things around, a number of which have since come to fruition (including clearing the company debt, and, rather less positively, re-branding St James').

I said back in 2008, in response to generalised accusations of Newcastle fans having unrealistic expectations:
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From my own p.o.v., I wanted the club to get a couple more half decent players during the transfer window, to give some much needed depth to the squad, but in fact more players left than arrived. So they failed on that count. They failed to fill the positions where we needed players most.

Whilst our squad is still not bulging with an excess of talent, it's at least in better shape than it was back then.

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I'd also like to see a year-on-year improvement in our final league position, mainly through improved defensive play - since I've watched Newcastle, they've always tended to have a pretty decent attack, but have also had a leaky defence.

Well, we rollercoasted here, didn't we? Finishing 12th in 2008, relegated in 2009, top of the Championship in 2010, back to 12th in the Prem in 2011 (i.e. back where we started!) and hopefully looking on course to finish 7th or better this term and get into Europe. So it ain't been a year-on-year improvement, but we seem like we're finally making headway and our defence has certainly improved. And you know, that season in the Championship was strangely quite fun. Leavers aside, I think it helped strengthen the squad spirit and boosted morale, cos, well, we fucking won all the time, didn't we?! And the subsequent season was pleasing enough, as we confounded those "straight back down" naysayers by finishing mid-table.

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I don't think I'm unusual amongst Newcastle fans - yes, of course, buying the greatest players in the world and winning something (anything!) would be marvellous. But the realist in me just wants to see progress, stability, a decent team who don't fall apart when a couple of first-teamers are injured, and a positive goal difference at the end of the season.

And again, here, it looks like we're finally on course. Ergo, I'm fairly happy with my club right now after an ugly patch, and ergo for his part in getting us from A to B (via X and F%?# and Sh*&!), I can be neither too blindly hateful nor too reverent toward the owner.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 9/3/2012 11:28:27 AM   
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Great post, pretty much sums up my feelings.
I still don't entirely trust them but even since the beginning of this season I've mellowed a bit - partly due to the glow of good results but mainly because I genuinely believe, for all the dumb and sometimes callous decisions made in the past, they now actually want to take the club forward and allow the manager to build a squad, something (with all the sales and cut-price buys) I've never felt at all in the past.
Add to that the sterling scouting work from Graham Carr and co. and a well-run, flourishing youth policy, it seems that, behind the scenes at least, the footballing side of Ashley's re-building programme (ie, the important bit) is in rude health. The next step is for him to prove his ambitions by providing money to bolster our still-thin first team squad with talent on par with the best we already have. We'll see.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 31/3/2012 10:41:03 PM   
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Hope Tiote and Ryan Taylor are back for Liverpool on Sunday and that Tiote is in 'big game' mood like he was against Man Utd.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 1/4/2012 3:29:33 PM   
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Great result for us today. Perch has been class in defence. I don't know why he was playing midfield last season in defence he looks really good. Papiss is already a legend, cracking striker. 

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 1/4/2012 7:53:33 PM   
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Awesome result and a fantastic atmosphere today. It's always great to beat Liverpool but this time it was especially sweet with Carrol, Enrique, Dalglish and Suarez in tow.
Some of our passing was a joy to watch today, though I'll admit that Liverpool playing even worse than they did against Wigan helped. My only regret is we didn't put one past the reds' stand-in keeper.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 2/4/2012 4:45:37 PM   
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Check out this cheeky little smile:

http://newcastleunitedblog.tumblr.com/post/20304304194

And I thought I couldn't possibly love him any more.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 5/4/2012 5:16:34 PM   
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Check out this cheeky little smile:

http://newcastleunitedblog.tumblr.com/post/20304304194

And I thought I couldn't possibly love him any more.



Thats great


on telly again Good Friday

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 6/4/2012 6:43:00 PM   
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http://www.101greatgoals.com/gvideos/papiss-demba-cisse-2-newcastle-v-swansea/

Great goal.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 6/4/2012 7:01:46 PM   
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Nice to see Cisse get a couple more and nice to keep a clean sheet. Couple of unflattering things were said about us if anybody was watching the game on Sky-Chris Coleman said we play with no imagination-bit harsh isn't it? It was part of a bigger comment, that we do put the ball in the net regardless, but even so? Then Rob Lee said, we have no big stars in our defence-okay, maybe not big names (but then how many clubs have a star in every position at the back) but our defence hasn't been too bad this season.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 6/4/2012 10:15:46 PM   
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Papis Cisse looks like the No. 9 Newcastle have been looking for since the great Alan Shearer. Hoping they can deliver some european football to St James Park (sorry, the Sports Direct Arena. Ugh!).



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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 7/4/2012 11:29:17 AM   
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Nice to see Cisse get a couple more and nice to keep a clean sheet. Couple of unflattering things were said about us if anybody was watching the game on Sky-Chris Coleman said we play with no imagination-bit harsh isn't it? It was part of a bigger comment, that we do put the ball in the net regardless, but even so? Then Rob Lee said, we have no big stars in our defence-okay, maybe not big names (but then how many clubs have a star in every position at the back) but our defence hasn't been too bad this season.


Fuck me some pundits talk out of their arses.
Swansea yesterday wasn't a great perfromance but Coleman can't have watched us much if he thinks that - we played some sublime stuff against West Brom and Liverpool recently, and have done throughout the season.
And as for Rob Lee - erm, does he realise Coloccini and Steven Taylor are injured? The former was coveted by Man U, Chelsea and Spurs, the latter was being talked of for an England call-up before his injury, during which time the pair of them presided over the best defence in the league. Not sure what he classes as 'stars' but they'll do me, (and if he was on about the likes of Perch and Williamson who've been filling in well they've only conceded once in four games so that'll do nicely too).
Anyway, overjoyed with Cisse, can't stop smiling thinking about that second goal.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 9/4/2012 9:10:34 PM   
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Nice to see Cisse get a couple more and nice to keep a clean sheet. Couple of unflattering things were said about us if anybody was watching the game on Sky-Chris Coleman said we play with no imagination-bit harsh isn't it? It was part of a bigger comment, that we do put the ball in the net regardless, but even so? Then Rob Lee said, we have no big stars in our defence-okay, maybe not big names (but then how many clubs have a star in every position at the back) but our defence hasn't been too bad this season.


Fuck me some pundits talk out of their arses.
Swansea yesterday wasn't a great perfromance but Coleman can't have watched us much if he thinks that - we played some sublime stuff against West Brom and Liverpool recently, and have done throughout the season.
And as for Rob Lee - erm, does he realise Coloccini and Steven Taylor are injured? The former was coveted by Man U, Chelsea and Spurs, the latter was being talked of for an England call-up before his injury, during which time the pair of them presided over the best defence in the league. Not sure what he classes as 'stars' but they'll do me, (and if he was on about the likes of Perch and Williamson who've been filling in well they've only conceded once in four games so that'll do nicely too).
Anyway, overjoyed with Cisse, can't stop smiling thinking about that second goal.


I don't really see why any pundit would be trying to detract from Newcastle's success this season unless they have some axe to grind against the club. They've had a fantastic season.

I just hope that the club don't get plundered in the summer. I know that sounds odd as last year they lost Carroll, Enrique, Barton and Nolan and immediately became relegation candidates, but I'd really like to see them keep this core squad for at least another season.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 12/4/2012 9:24:05 PM   
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Nice to see Cisse get a couple more and nice to keep a clean sheet. Couple of unflattering things were said about us if anybody was watching the game on Sky-Chris Coleman said we play with no imagination-bit harsh isn't it? It was part of a bigger comment, that we do put the ball in the net regardless, but even so? Then Rob Lee said, we have no big stars in our defence-okay, maybe not big names (but then how many clubs have a star in every position at the back) but our defence hasn't been too bad this season.


Fuck me some pundits talk out of their arses.
Swansea yesterday wasn't a great perfromance but Coleman can't have watched us much if he thinks that - we played some sublime stuff against West Brom and Liverpool recently, and have done throughout the season.
And as for Rob Lee - erm, does he realise Coloccini and Steven Taylor are injured? The former was coveted by Man U, Chelsea and Spurs, the latter was being talked of for an England call-up before his injury, during which time the pair of them presided over the best defence in the league. Not sure what he classes as 'stars' but they'll do me, (and if he was on about the likes of Perch and Williamson who've been filling in well they've only conceded once in four games so that'll do nicely too).
Anyway, overjoyed with Cisse, can't stop smiling thinking about that second goal.


I don't really see why any pundit would be trying to detract from Newcastle's success this season unless they have some axe to grind against the club. They've had a fantastic season.

I just hope that the club don't get plundered in the summer. I know that sounds odd as last year they lost Carroll, Enrique, Barton and Nolan and immediately became relegation candidates, but I'd really like to see them keep this core squad for at least another season.



I quite liked this article from Alan Hansen about Newcastle's success this season http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/17664400.

While I'm not the most ardent follower of football, after 2 and a half years of being Monday morning counsellor to my Newcastle based (and die hard toon supporter) manager through two torturous PL seasons, a heartbreaking relegation and a triumphant Championship season, I don't think I could bring myself to support any other team. I personally don't think many could begrudge Newcastle the success they've had this season.

Considering they statred the season after losing at least two big guns from the one before and a manager who'd managed to keep them up again when many might have predicted they'd struggle to do so, to now be contenders for a place in the Champions league is fantastic. And all that without having filthy, filthy rich foreign oweners with an open chequebook, buying £30m+ players like billy-o.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 19/4/2012 4:02:49 PM   
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Ba to get back to scoring again against Stoke this weekend??


What are the odds??




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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 19/4/2012 4:55:46 PM   
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I've backed him as first scorer for the last three games so I'm gonna have to do so again on saturday. He was 6/1 for the Bolton match so I should still get a decent price.
From a footballing point of view though, I'd like to see him end his mini-slump and start scoring again in the run-in 'cos we're gonna be needing goal threats from everywhere - not just Cisse - to win the last five games. I reckon all it'll take is one and he'll be on fire again.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 22/4/2012 4:06:20 PM   
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Just watched last night's Match Of The Day - enjoyed Alistair Mann and Shearer virtually stroking themselves over Cabaye, especially the latter saying he 'caressed' the ball into the net.

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RE: Newcastle United ... Cabaye .. Way aye! - 23/4/2012 2:50:07 PM   
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Well I really hope you get 4th from Spurs. I'm not sure how the media will cope not seeing loveable arry Spurs going from title contenders to 5th place in a space of a few months.

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