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So you nicked it from someone else and you're getting annoyed about your nicked joke getting nicked? :lol:

 

Not trying to start a fight tonight btw, too world-weary at the minute.

 

Aye i did, but it was from a 1987 B movie like. And i'm not annoyed at all, it's funny is all.

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My days end best when this Frenchie gets himself

Behind that little mackem whos been nutmegged on the touchline

It is so picturesque oh yes its an unbelievable sight

We took our time but weve finally found our new Cabaye

 

As Cabella

As Cabella ohhh

 

to the chorus of Arabella by Arctic Monkeys

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Fuck off to the 'Pardew makes me cut myself' thread with the Pardew shite. 

 

We've signed two players for actual money!  Good players!  And one of them's called Remy!  Hopefully we'll transition to a 4-3-3 with Cabella on the left of a front 3 with HBA on the right and a new striker up top.  SDJ sitting in behind them with Sissoko and Anita bossing the midfield.  Unstoppable :frantic:

 

I've got to say, I admire the way you've reached acceptance so quickly (re: 5 stages of grief). I think most of us are just so depressed that we cannot bring ourselves to hope anymore.

 

I haven't reached 'acceptance'.  I'm just not a boring, repetitive, negative, miserable git.

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If Pardew is as bad as most seem to think, why is Cabella joining us? He'll have had the chance to speak at length to Remy, Debuchy, Sissoko and Cabaye. It doesn't sound like they've given him a bad reference.

 

As far as I'm concerned, Pardew still has something to prove, but this unrelenting negativity doesn't quite fit.

 

For the avoidance of Doubt, Pardew is Mullins over Mascherano, Gosling over Ben Arfa, Elliott over the emergency pilot in Airplane!, Archer over Orwell, Big Country over the Ramones, Brighton Belles over Golden Girls, Barney the Dinosaur over Godzilla, In the Night Garden over Jamie and His Magic Torch, Kula Shaker over Super Furry Animals, Chris Evans over Howard Stern, The Business over the Long Good Friday and Williamson over Baresi - negative cunty bollocks 0 lollipops, sunshine, romance and common sense 4.

 

:lol: :thup:

Except Kula Shaker piss all over Super Furry Animals.

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International midfielder Rémy Cabella Montpellier (24 years, 1 selection, under contract until 2016) is expected Monday in Newcastle, where he should commit for a long period (6 years?). An agreement was reached between the 10th of the last Premier League leaders and MHSC. While the Magpies had proposed 8 ME, Louis Nicollin, the Montpellier president has upped the ante to 15 ME. According to our information, the transaction would be concluded around 10 ME, including bonuses.

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International midfielder Rémy Cabella Montpellier (24 years, 1 selection, under contract until 2016) is expected Monday in Newcastle, where he should commit for a long period (6 years?). An agreement was reached between the 10th of the last Premier League leaders and MHSC. While the Magpies had proposed 8 ME, Louis Nicollin, the Montpellier president has upped the ante to 15 ME. According to our information, the transaction would be concluded around 10 ME, including bonuses.

 

Merci !

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The idea of Ben Arfa getting back in form and shape with Cabella being decent is a mouth watering prospect. Then I remember it's this dickhead is running the show.

 

:pardsgrin:

 

IT's not Pardew's job to knuckle down, lose weight and get back to his best form/fitness, to be fair.  Ben Arfa doesnt help himself

 

You missed the point completely.  :lol:

Go on..  :lol:

 

An in form and in shape Ben Arfa coupled with how good this Cabella fella could be, would amazing viewing and very effective given how quick and technical they both are. Pardew though, seems to find ways to never really set us up to attack in an open minded fashion. Pardew would balls up having two great talents like this by never being able to get them to play together in a free flowing attacking manner, that's what I was getting at.

 

Of course you're right it's up to Ben Arfa to sort himself out regarding fitness, desire and doing his share of defending for the team. All that aside though, if you have a talent like Ben Arfa there is ways to setup so you don't require him to defend like that. Personally I'd never want him in our half, he's a player that should always be on the shoulders of the defence ready receive the ball and attack.

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So this lad is more of a wide player than a central attacking midfield/second striker like De Jong ?

 

Neither really a replacement for Cabaye then ??

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Cabella played as a #10 in his last season at Montpellier. Cabaye was the most advanced of a midfield trio in his last half-season here so you could say Cabella is Cabaye's replacement as the central creative midfielder more than de Jong, whom Pardew believes to be a striker. Of course you can expect them to be switched around - de Jong as a second striker, main striker, Cabella as a AM or on the wings...

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So this lad is more of a wide player than a central attacking midfield/second striker like De Jong ?

 

Neither really a replacement for Cabaye then ??

 

I hope Capella is more of a winger tbh. Couldn't handle Sissoko & Gouffran on the wings again.... Awful.

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So this lad is more of a wide player than a central attacking midfield/second striker like De Jong ?

 

Neither really a replacement for Cabaye then ??

 

 

I hope Capella is more of a winger tbh. Couldn't handle Sissoko & Gouffran on the wings again.... Awful.

 

Gouffran should be played as a striker only, I don't care if he is backup (although I would play him ahead of Cisse).

 

He played at Bordeaux for a while as a wide player and was pretty bang average, he was moved up front and started banging them away. He has come here and we've practically played him as a second full back. Complete waste.

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So this lad is more of a wide player than a central attacking midfield/second striker like De Jong ?

 

Neither really a replacement for Cabaye then ??

 

I hope Capella is more of a winger tbh. Couldn't handle Sissoko & Gouffran on the wings again.... Awful.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0cjGVpKLd4&sns=tw

 

Haha! My bad  :lol:

I should probably check the thread title for correct spelling next time  :razz:

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So this lad is more of a wide player than a central attacking midfield/second striker like De Jong ?

 

Neither really a replacement for Cabaye then ??

 

 

I hope Capella is more of a winger tbh. Couldn't handle Sissoko & Gouffran on the wings again.... Awful.

 

Gouffran should be played as a striker only, I don't care if he is backup (although I would play him ahead of Cisse).

 

He played at Bordeaux for a while as a wide player and was pretty bang average, he was moved up front and started banging them away. He has come here and we've practically played him as a second full back. Complete waste.

 

This is why I can't get overly excited when we sign players as highly rated as Cabella.  You just don't know how he'll be used before he's frozen out.

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This is why I can't get overly excited when we sign players as highly rated as Cabella.  You just don't know how he'll be used before he's frozen out.

 

hard to imagine ashley would fall for this shit again after he's ruined then frozen out hba, cisse, HBA, marv & *cough* obertan....this would make cabella around his record signing, if he turns to shit and is sitting on the bench i imagine ashley will want to know why

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It has forced him into a variety of situations: on the left wing in a 4-4-2, as the No. 10 in a 4-3-1-2, behind the No. 9 as a deep-lying forward in a 4-4-1-1 and he was previously a right attacking midfielder in a 4-2-3-1.

 

Pardews wet dream, will be used as a defensive winger in a 4-4-1-1.

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Realistically if we get these players, so Cabella plus five that squad is capable of challenging the top 6, so anyone who peddles the "pardew has his hands tied" bullshit can pipe down

 

He's never had his hands tied anyway, no one since Robson has been able to buy as much talent as he has.

 

Unfortunately Robson was outstanding and Pardew is a f*cking idiot.

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