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Sir Bobby Robson Trophy - itv4 - England v Germany @ st james park

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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The Sir Bobby Robson Trophy match is a charity football match to be played at St James' Park in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, on Sunday 26 July 2009. The match is in honour of the former England and Newcastle United manager, Sir Bobby Robson, and in aid of his cancer charity, the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. The winning team is to be presented with the Sir Bobby Robson Trophy. The match is to be a replay of a famous England Italia '90 World Cup match played under Sir Bobby's reign as manager, featuring players that played in that game.[1][2] The match is to be broadcast live on ITV4 from 5.30pm.[3]

Confirmed participants

England (1990 squad)

* John Barnes[3]
* Peter Beardsley[19]
* Dave Beasant[26]
* John Beresford[20]
* Paul Bracewell[27]
* Les Ferdinand[3]
* Paul Gascoigne[19]
* Steve Hodge[19]
* Steve Howey[6]
* Robert Lee[3]
* Gary Pallister[27]
* Paul Parker[19]
* David Platt[3]
* Alan Shearer[3]
* Teddy Sheringham[3]
* Peter Shilton[19]
* Chris Waddle[4]
* Des Walker[3]
* Mark Wright[27]




West Germany (1990 squad)

* Fredi Bobic[19]
* Guido Buchwald[3]
* Steffen Freund[19]
* Thomas Helmer[19]
* Bodo Illgner[26]
* Lothar Matthaus[19]
* Jens Nowotny[3]



Celebrities

* Craig David[3]
* Angus Deayton[3]
* Declan Donnelly (expected)[28]
* Steve Harris (expected)[28]
* Austin Healy[3]
* Tim Healy[6]
* Paddy McGuinness[3]
* Ant McPartlin (expected)[28]
* Jimmy Nail[6]
* Jim Rosenthal[3]
* Alec Stewart (expected)[28]
* Simon Webbe[3]
* Robbie Williams (expected)[28]
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[helper]#1
Thanks for that - just tuned in :thumbsup:
#2
Possibly the best game of footy we'll see at sid james park this year
#3
Paddy_o_furniture
Possibly the best game of footy we'll see at sid james park this year


thats this wednesday mate:-D
#4
casparwhite;5854410
thats this wednesday mate:-D

Leeds???! It could be double figures to Leeds, judging by the game at the orient
#5
Thankyou
#6
Paddy_o_furniture
Leeds???! It could be double figures to Leeds, judging by the game at the orient


what happened?

we drew with blackburn on sat... but we were better side tbh until we changed half the squad towards the end and gave a pen away

looking promising for us so far
#7
Leyton Orient 6 Newcastle United 1 [LEFT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]United's pre-season winning streak came to a juddering halt at the hands of the O's on Saturday, as a lethargic display was duly punished by the League One side.

Behind after just five minutes when Jimmy Smith headed home a free kick conceded by Joey Barton, United tried in vain to threaten the home side with a front trio of Martins on the left, Duff on the right and Nolan in the middle.

An alleged Beye handball saw a slightly dubious penalty awarded after 24 minutes, with former mackem Sean Thornton gleefully beating Krul from the spot.

Within six minutes Newcastle had similarly benefited from referee Singh's generosity, with Martins tumbling in the box and Barton converting the resultant penalty.

And before the break the Magpies could easily have been level, with home 'keeper Jamie Jones doing well to keep out efforts from Nolan, Taylor and Duff.

United regrouped at the interval, with Andy Carroll appearing to lead the attack alongside Xisco, Nolan retreating to a midfield role and Beye partnering Taylor in central defence. Geremi appeared and went to right back, with Ryan Taylor nowhere to be seen.

Within eight minutes though the home side had made it 3-1, after Scott McGleish was given the freedom of E10 to chest down a cross and beat Forster with a bicycle kick.[/SIZE][/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana]Minutes earlier the same player had bemused his colleagues with similar acrobatics on the halfway line but United failed to heed the warning.[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]

And just seconds later Orient scored again, lax defending from a corner allowing Tamika Mkandawire to sidefoot in at the far post.
The semblance of a fightback from the stunned Magpies saw a goalbound header from Carroll saved, while Xisco smacked the crossbar with an effort from 20 yards out.
With further substitutions made though, more shambolic defending allowed Ryan Jarvis to waltz through on goal before shooting home on 81 minutes,

Harry Baker completed the rout and fulfilled the "we want six" chants of the home support, sidefooting home with four minutes remaining.
Among those watching was Spurs coach Joe Jordan, who may have been present in the hope of seeing alleged Tottenham target Sebastien Bassong appear, running the rule over fellow defender Steven Taylor or maybe just fancying a good laugh at our expense.
(source nufc.com)[/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]
#8
:o:shock:

*rubs hands together*
#9
casparwhite;5854459
:o:shock:

Dire straights mate.
#10
Paddy_o_furniture
Dire straights mate.


ive felt the pain....several times:x

now im numb to it


it is only pre-season so wouldnt worry too much, we've hardly got results against "tough" opposition

Pre-Season Friendlies 2009/10

Sun, July 12th York City (A) 3-3
Tue July 14th Shelbourne (A) 2-2

Sat, July 18th Glentoran FC (A) 3-1

Tue, July 21st Grimsby Town (A) 7.30pm 1-1
Tue, July 21st Wealdstone FC (A) 7.45pm** 1-2 Lost

Fri, Jul 24th Farsley Celtic (A)** 1-0
Sat, July 25th Blackburn Rovers (H) 3pm 1-1
#11
he made it down there.....legend:)
#12
Wow.

The Germans are really going easy on England - they look so much fitter and faster.

Reckon it's something to do with the fact that more than half the England team weigh over 16 stone. :lol:
#13
moob
Wow.

The Germans are really going easy on England - they look so much fitter and faster.

Reckon it's something to do with the fact that more than half the England team weigh over 16 stone. :lol:


football in slow motion

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