Metalist Kharkiv & Europa League

FC Metalist Kharkiv is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Kharkiv. The UEFA Europa League (previously called the UEFA Cup ) is an annual association football cup competition organised by UEFA since 1971 for eligible European football clubs. 5.0/5

Metalist Kharkiv Europa League Alan Pardew Newcastle United Moussa Sissoko Whitley Bay St James Shola Ameobi Premier League Papiss Cisse Tim Krul Anzhi Makhachkala Mathieu Debuchy Yoan Gouffran Steve Harper Sporting Lisbon Rob Elliot Gareth Bale Jak Alnwick

Champions League Preview Bayer Leverkusen VS SHAKHTAR DONETSK KO 19:45 Match Background Leverkusen have an unbeaten home record against Ukrainian opposition, even if they took just one point from FC Metalist Kharkiv in last season's UEFA Europa League group stage, drawing 0-0 at home and losing 2-0 away. The Bundesliga side had previously defeated Metalist 6-0 on aggregate in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League round of 32, winning 4-0 in Ukraine – where Eren Derdiyok, Gonzalo Castro and Sidney Sam (2) scored – and then prevailing 2-0 at home, Simon Rolfes and Michael Ballack on target. Taison, now a Shakhtar player, was involved in all four matches for Metalist. Leverkusen's overall home record against Ukrainian sides is W3 D2 L0. The last Ukrainian visitors to the BayArena in the UEFA Champions League were FC Dynamo Kyiv in December 2004 when a 3-0 home victory took Klaus Augenthaler's side into the round of 16 at their opponents' expense. Leverkusen's matchday two win over Real Sociedad was their sevent ...
From Russia with hope a 6/1 shot - Live on ITV4: Thursday 17.00: Bet365′s 5/1 outsiders can limit the damage in Russia to stay in the hunt in the Europa League. Despite registering an impressive 1-0 victory in the second leg at Metalist Kharkiv to progress to the last 16 of the Europa League, Newcastle are considered 13/8 outsiders by Ladbrokes to qualify for the quarter final at the expense of Anzhi Makhachkala, Stan James’ 4/7 favourites. The first leg on this occasion, is away from home and Coral price the hosts at 8/11 to secure an advantage while Alan Pardew’s charges are 5/1 courtesy of bet365 to take a lead back to St James’ Park. Liverpool were beaten at a strong Anzhi side in the group stages, going down 1-0 in the Dynamo Stadium and after the Magpies showed their resilience in Kharkiv last time out, a similar outcome could be on the cards in this contest. Betfred price Anzhi at 6/1 to bag the only goal in clash that’s 4/5 (BetVictor) to generate fewer than three goals in total and it ...
Manager Alan Pardew has no fears over Rob Elliot Alan Pardew says that he would have 'no qualms' about handing Rob Elliot a start in Newcastle United's clash with Southampton. The Chronicle understands Tim Krul is feared to be out for five weeks - and that Steve Harper is unavailable for a fortnight thanks to a minor knee issue. Young understudy Jak Alnwick could therefore be set for a place on the bench against the Saints. United confirmed that Krul would miss the game and now faces further assessment on Monday. Former Charlton Athletic stopper Elliot comes into contention due to Krul's nasty ankle injury, sustained during the Europa League win over Metalist Kharkiv. He left the stadium on crutches with his leg protected with a plastic boot after a challenge from Cristaldo. Pardew told the Chronicle: 'I thought it was a bad challenge. That was a stamp. It was his ankle and we'll see how he responds.' Pardew - who worked with Elliot at Charlton - said: 'I'd have no qualms about Rob though. Rob has been ab ...
Now Pardew turns focus on league survival Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has warned his players to forget about their Europa League heroics and concentrate on the task of dragging themselves to Barclays Premier League safety. The Magpies booked a last-16 clash with big-spending Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala next month with a 1-0 victory over Metalist Kharkiv in Ukraine on Thursday night. However, despite his delight at the win, Pardew swiftly turned his attention to Sunday's visit of former club Southampton to St James' Park. Asked if Europe now had to be put to one side for the time being, Pardew said: "Yes, for sure. We have got two very important Premier League games and if we could get three, four points out of those two games, I would take that now. It would give us a good angle to go into the next phase of the Europa League." Newcastle currently sit in 16th place in the table, just four points better off than Reading inside the bottom three and Pardew is well aware that advantage could have all but d ...
Super Eagles forward Shola Ameobi scored the vital goal that handed Newcastle United a spot in the Europa League round of 16 fixture with a 1-0 victory over their host FC Metalist Kharkiv on Thursday 21 February 2013.
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's game between Metalist Kharkiv and Newcastle in the Europa League.
Newcastle's 1-0 Europa League victory over Metalist Kharkiv in Ukraine night was marred by violence before and after the game.
Shola Ameobi helped Newcastle reach the last 16 of the Europa League with a 1-0 aggregate win against Metalist Kharkiv.
Yohan Cabaye believes that Metalist Kharkiv are now the side under pressure going into the second leg of Newcastle United’s last-32 Europa League clash next week. But Cabaye says that Newcastle have no problem after being handed the tag of underdogs going into the battle in Ukraine. The Magpies failed to build up an advantage to carry over to Eastern Europe for the encounter at the Metalist Oblast Arena following Thursday’s goalless draw at St James’. But with Metalist without an away goal, Cabaye feels Newcastle are still a dangerous proposition in the tie with a score draw after 90 minutes sufficient to take the Magpies safely into the last 16. Newcastle were still reeling from the display of the Norwegian team of officials in the first leg when Papiss Cisse was twice unfairly denied by the linesman’s flag. But with the mind games already well under way for the second leg, Cabaye told the Chronicle: “We’re frustrated, but the main thing is that we haven’t conceded a goal. “We know we hav ...
Moussa Sissoko: Papiss Cissé will find scoring touch Moussa Sissoko has backed Papiss Cissé to bury his frustrating campaign and hit the goal trail again when Newcastle United return to action next week. Cissé's season has not been the soar-away success that he enjoyed after joining the Magpies last year, with the Senegalese forced to endure some difficult days in front of goal. Thursday night's outing against Metalist Kharkiv was another one of those, with the striker seeing two goals chalked off in a contentious first leg of United's Europa League knock-out clash against the Ukrainian side. He has scored seven goals in 31 appearances this season - not a bad record, but not close to the soaring standards he set last term. Cissé still seems to be recovering his confidence from a difficult start to the year which also saw him moved around the frontline to accommodate former team-mate Demba Ba, who was in fantastic form before his January switch to Chelsea. United signalled their faith in the forward by ...
Cisse insists Newcastle can still knock Metalist Kharkiv out of the Europa League despite being denied victory by...
Alan Pardew was left to bemoan two disallowed goals as Newcastle were denied a Europa League victory over Metalist Kharkiv at St James' Park. The first leg of their last 32 clash ended goalless, leaving the tie well balanced for when the teams meet again next week. Papiss Cisse was denied twice - once in each half - although TV replays show that Senegalese striker may well have onside for both. A disappointed Pardew said: "Both 'goals' were goals. When you see the replays, you can see that. "The first one, I have to say, I was a little bit undecided from where I stood, but the second one I thought was a definite goal. "It's tough to take because in these games, those margins are the difference. "He (Cisse) could have two goals to his name as well if the decisions had gone his way. "When you get decisions like that going against you, it puts fire in your belly. "We came off the pitch very, very disappointed with those decisions and we are going to take that into the second leg." chris/nufc
Papiss Cisse today revealed his sheer 'frustration' after seeing two goals that could have put Newcastle United in the driving seat in their Europa League clash with Metalist Kharkiv ruled out. Cisse had a goal in each half cancelled out by the linesman's flag. it means that the Ukrainians now have the advantage going into next Thursday's second leg. Cisse was also denied twice by Metalist keeper Olexandr Goryainov, as he twice dented Toon hopes with great blocks - one of them in the dying stages. And the infuriated No 9 told the Chronicle: 'I think they were both goals. 'It is down to the linesman. He said no and once he's made his decision, it's a no. 'There's nothing you can do. It's so frustrating.' United dominated the first-leg encounter, but will now have to do it the hard way in the Ukraine next week. True, they prevented Metalist from scoring an away goal - a factor that could prove crucial next week - but with nothing to show for their efforts in front of goal, Cisse cut a devastated figure in t ...
Thu, 02/14/2013 - 21:22 -- Luke TaylorNewcastle host Ukraine based team Metalist Kharkiv in a Europa League clash on a cold Thursday night in Tyneside.The Ukrainian side flew into Tyneside last week and played a pre match friendly against a local side in Whitley Bay. They drew 1-1 with the non-leagu...
Centre-back Steven Taylor has expressed his desperation to win a trophy with Newcastle United. Taylor has spent his entire 10-year career with the Magpies but has yet to claim a medal for his efforts. However, ahead of tomorrow's Europa League tie against Metalist Kharkiv, Taylor has confessed that he is keen to break his trophy duck in that tournament. "I am desperate to win something. Hopefully this could be it. People say we have been playing weakened teams, but we haven't. We have got great players and we have to try to do as well as we can in every match we play," the Northern Echo quotes the 27-year-old as saying. "There is more European experience in the squad now with the signings we made in January and we do have the young players that are good enough." Taylor has made a total of 220 appearances for Newcastle. Pete
Cheick Tiote says that Newcastle United's stars don't need to be told how important the Europa League is to the Toon Army this season - and insisted: 'This is our most important game of the season so far.' The Ivory Coast warrior is set to figure in tonight's last-32 clash with Metalist Kharkiv, and could make his first United start since returning from the Africa Cup of Nations. Having missed out on glory in South Africa, Tiote believes that the Magpies can succeed when it comes to silverware this season. And while many fans are sceptical after early exits in the Capital One Cup and FA Cup, Tiote wants a full house to help roar Newcastle into the last 16. He told the Chronicle: 'We have a chance to go far in this competition. It would be a good experience for the club, and for the players as well. If we do the right things then we can go forward.' The fact that stars like ineligible Mathieu Debuchy and cup-tied Yoan Gouffran are disappointed they will have to play the role of spectator in the Europa Leag ...
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Newcastle v Metalist, 20:05 Metalist come to Newcastle as winner of their group, with four victories in this six matches and while the home fans may view them as an easy draw for Newcastle the away team won’t lie down in the face of Premier League opposition. Alan Pardew won’t get many chances to manage in Europe, and with the relegation fears easing a bit following some good transfer business he may be able to field a strong side this evening. There is 21/20 with Bet365 on over 2.5 goals in this game, which I expect to yield a few. Newcastle are without January signings Yoan Gouffran and Mathieu Debuchy for the Europa League clash with Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv. The duo are cup-tied, having already played for French sides Bordeaux and Lille respectively in this season’s Europa League competition. Gouffran would be unavailable anyway as he recovers from a leg injury. Hatem Ben Arfa (knee) remains out and fellow midfielder Sammy Ameobi is missing with a hamstring problem.
Alan Pardew to bring out big guns for Europa League clash NEWCASTLE boss confident new stars Moussa Sissoko and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa can help Toon beat Metalist Kharkiv
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew says he is finally content with his squad as he prepares his side to face Metalist Kharkiv in the last 32 of the Europa League.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is targeting a big first-leg lead in Thursday's Europa League game against Metalist Kharkiv, as he fears the return match in Ukraine could have a detrimental effect on his side's Premier League survival battle. -Jake
Having mixed and matched his squad at times during the Europa League group stages, Alan Pardew has pledged to "attack" the knockout stages of the competition starting with Thursday night's round of 32 first leg against Metalist Kharkiv.
Moussa Sissoko is hoping to weave his magic in tomorrow night’s Europa League clash with Metalist Kharkiv – and admits: “Anything is possible with our fans behind us.” Read More
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has said there will be no surprises from Europa League opponents Metalist Kharkiv in their last 32 round tie. The Magpies' reward for progress from the pool stages was a two-legged tie against the Ukrainian side, starting with a home game on 14 February. "They're one of the powers of the new Europe," Pardew told BBC Newcastle. Metalist - a new European power Metalist, who were founded in 1925 and are currently part-backed by businessman Oleksandr Yaroslavsky, have been regulars in Europe since the takeover of the club in 2006. Last season saw the Kharkiv outfit reach the Europa League quarter-finals, their best placing in European competition, following six consecutive third-place finishes in the Ukrainian Premier League. Their last meeting with English opposition came in the 2007-08 season when they were eliminated 4-3 by Everton on aggregate. Kharkiv topped their Group K table with four wins from six including three home victories against Bayer Leverkusen, Rosenborg ...
In a hastily arranged friendly, Newcastle United’s Europa League opponents, FC Metalist Kharkiv, have managed to hold Whitley Bay to a draw.In a 5pm kick-off at Hillheads, non-league Whitley took the lead early in the first half through Scroggins, before Xavier levelled things for the Ukrainians after just over twenty minutes gone.The remaining seventy minutes seeing Whitley Bay hold out despite predictably Kharkiv looking the stronger team as the match went on.What exactly Alan Pardew took from this game is anybody’s guess as the visiting team made a number of substitutions and getting a bit of pitch time under their belts would have been deemed more important than any result.However, Newcastle’s manager will hardly have seen anything to scare him from the Ukrainian opponents.Metalist are currently fourth in their domestic league but it is now over two months since the Ukrainian began its winter break, something that surely can’t do them any favours.Hopefully a good helping of sea air tonight won ...
Whitley Bay FC are taking on Europa League side Metalist Kharkiv from the Ukraine - more details here: via
Newcastle United's Europa League opponents Metalist Kharkiv will play Whitley Bay in a friendly at Hillheads this Sunday. After this game, non - league Whitley Bay will have played almost the same amount of games against European opposition than sunderland have. LALAS/David
Whitley Bay will play a friendly against Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv as a warm-up match for their Europa League tie against Newcastle United. The game will take place this Sunday, 10th February, at Hillheads, with kick off at 7pm. Admission is £10 adults, £5 concessions. Admission prices are to…
Northern League side Whitley Bay confirm that they are to host a special friendly match at Hillheads this coming Sunday night, when the opposition will be Newcastle's next Europa League opponents, Metalist Kharkiv. Kickoff is at 7pm and the game is open to the public, with admission by paying at the gate: £10 adults and £5 concessions. The increased admission charges reflect additional costs of the required stewarding. As a courtesy to the visitors, Whitley Bay have requested that spectators don't turn up with Newcastle flags, shirts and black & white scarves etc. source nufc.com KedlaNuFc
Newcastle United's Europa League opponents Metalist Kharkiv have lined up a friendly with Whitley Bay on Sunday night (7pm) at Hillheads.
Really fancy a Europa League away day next season... lovely trip to Metalist Kharkiv!
To anybody looking into going to our Europa League game V Metalist Kharkiv: There has been a project set up which is "Bring Back The Noise" this will be situated in Block D & E mainly but can spread across the staduim hopefully. The aim is to bring back the noise (obviously) and create a fantastic atmosphere. Bring your flags, scarfs etc and get behind the boys. Be amazing if this can happen. (Block D just about sold out with it) SPREAD THE WORD!
Manchester United: Sir Alex Ferguson has rubbished rumours that Scholes, Giggs and Ferdinand will retire or move on in the summer. Reports suggest that Robert Lewandoski has agreed personal terms with Manchester United. Newcastle United: Alan Pardrew blames the Europa League for their poor run in the Premier League, although he insists they are ready for Metalist Kharkiv threat. Pardrew says he wants 3 new faces brought in January, and wants owner Mike Ashleys' backing with the financial issues.
Sportsmail's live coverage of the Europa League round of 32 draw from Nyon in Switzerland. Build-up starts at 12.30pm with the draw getting underway at 1pm.
NEWCASTLE players have been told they will be protected when they travel to face Metalist Kharkiv in Europa League
Metalist Kharkiv I think we will win the Europa League lol!
The draw is made and our opponents for the next round of our Europa League adventure are Ukranian side Metalist Kharkiv! Waiting for us in the following round of 16 if we are successful against the Ukranian team will be either Russian side Anzi Makhachkala or Bundesliga team Hannover 96. What do you think of these draws and our chances of progressing?
At least Arsenal wont be put out by a team like Metalist Kharkiv in the Europa League
if Metalist wins Europa League this season, I will make a new tattoo with Kharkiv meaning :)
Metalist Kharkiv one is nice yellow one saw it on Europa League on ESPN.
Europa League Betting preview: Sporting Lisbon to beat Metalist Kharkiv in the Europa League
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