Monday, October 4, 2010

CHN Links: Morning After Edition

Good morning, Toon Army. I think a blowout would have been better for my psyche.

The lone bright spot.
Photograph: Carl Recine/Action Images

Match Reviews:
The Mirror calls the result controversial. You don't say.
The Guardian - Here is the minute-by-minute recap if you're a sadist and want to relive all of that.
The Northern Echo (Scott Wilson)
Sky Sports
ESPN Soccernet
BPL Official Site
The Sun (Neil Custis)
Ed Harrison
toonsy - Video Highlights. He also called Martin Atkinson a "home ref."
Don't forget to watch for Reasonable Reaction Tuesday Monday.

A video of the Nigel De Jong tackle for your review, along with some of his "greatest hits." Clean or dirty? You tell me. (The Shin Guardian) The injury has been confirmed as a fracture of both the tibia and the fibula. ( Chris Hughton criticized the tackle. (Sky Sports, video)

Chris Hughton was (understandably) very upset about the two penalty decisions that referee Martin Atkinson made (and didn't make). (BBC Sport, video)

Chris Hughton didn't select Andy Carroll yesterday because he's had a virus and a "dip in form" recently. (The Sun) Carroll will find out if he's been selected by The Three Lions today. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Ryan Taylor is frustrated that he can't crack the Starting XI. I am also frustrated for him. (Sky Sports)

Newcastle is said to be interested in Adel Taarabt of QPR. (Caught Offside)

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