Sunday, November 26, 2006
After going down 1-0, Gateshead powered their way back into the game with Steve "header"Salvin nodding home the leveller before half time.
After half time Neil Tarrant got the Heed Army in front after great ball control from Chris Hughes.
The Workington goal keeper had a rush of bload top the head and handled the ball out side of his box, and seen the red card.
When Gateshead got the third and the game was all over for Workington, Adam "Magic" Johnston got the goal.
Davie Southern Got the Forth goal and the travelling Heed Army got to see his chicken dance, a true entertainer!!!!
made fantastic saves
Had the players he was marking in his pocket
Whats that coming over the hill ITS CRAIG BAXTER, ITS CRAIG BAXTER!!!!
lead the team well
Kept them out
showed a great first touch for setting up the second
Got the us back in the game
What can you say the lad is class!!
he took his goal well and looked the part again
Was in fine form, and his dance was great
The HEED ARMY Blog Man Of The Match, but in truth the hole team deserve the award!!!
great to see him get one against his old team.
did well when he came on
classic Thommo, we need him on the score sheet
Istead (not used)
Swann (not used)
Okike (not used)
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Saturday, November 18, 2006
Adam Johnston got the Heed Army Level from the penalty spot after a Fleetwood Town Defender handled the ball in the box.
After the break Chris Hanson went straight through the heart of the Fleetwood defence and only had the keeper to beat but sent the ball across goal to find no Gateshead team mate there.
Yet again Gateshead fell behind after a poor build up play.
Steve Salvin got the Heed Army level once again, but 30 seconds later Davie Southern got Gateshead 3-2 in front with a cracking shot from outside the box. It was moment of pure genius!!!!
Just as before Gateshead's lack of communication let them down and Fleetwood Town got level late on in the game.
We did not deserve to win but did not show enough heart to hold on to what we had!!!
Line up and ratings
Feet was plated to the spot
His best game so far
didnt look with it, and let his head drop very early
Cleared every ball he got to
The Heed Army Blog Man of the Match
wasnt great but wasnt bad
Played a classic game, never gave up
His famous tackle was on display
Took his goal well
Nelthorpe 7 (debut)
Great to see a real winger whipping balls into the box, just a pity there was no one on the end of them
Kept making chances out of nothing, great goal.
Great to see him on the score sheet
Scaife (not used)
Deverdics (not used)
Didnt really show much
Thursday, November 16, 2006
Davie Southern the driving force behind Gateshead will be looking to add to his 14 goals this season, after scoring in mid week at Ossett.
BIG James Curtis should return to the centre of defence after serving his suspension in midweek.
Fleetwood started the season on fire with a good run which seen them occupy the top spot for a few weeks, but have slipped down the table of late.
The HEED ARMY BLOG predicts a 2-1 win for Gateshead
HEED ARMY TO ALL!!!!!!!
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Gateshead have the likes of James Curtis (pictured below) and Steve Baker missing through injury.
Gateshead fell behind 1-0, but Neil Tarrant got the leveller (his 5th goal of the season).
Half time score 1-1
Ossett regained the lead after half time.
David Southern got the Scores level again with his 14th goal of the season, coming by the way of a penalty.
Full time score 2-2
Points make prizes, but we need more points!!!!!!!!!
Saturday, November 11, 2006
Monday, November 06, 2006
Sunday, November 05, 2006
Saturday, November 04, 2006
On a poor pitch both sides struggled to take any kind of hold of the game in the first half.
Simon Bishop was in top form making some great saves in the first half.
Tony lee must have said the right words to the Gateshead players at half time as they started the second half with a fresh fire in there hearts.
Chances fell to Neil Tarrant and Steven Istead in the early spells in the second half, but to no avail.
The brake through came when Davie Southern was one on one with the Ashton Utd keeper and blasted a shot that the keeper but he was unable to get his full hand behind the shot, and the ball trickled over the line for the win.
Line up and ratings:
Fantastic display from the old timer, nothing was gonna get past him today
The HEED ARMY Blog Man Of The Match
Did the simple things well, and looked at ease through out the match
Worked hard and made things hard for the winger against him
Got the ball out of Gatesheads half and out of danger
Looked very comfortable on the ball, no heart stopping moments at the back
had a great game in the left wing, got some good balls to the forward line
Same as ever, never gives up
Box to box again, will be a big miss when he has his operation
Southern 7 1/2
Wasn't a vintage Davie Southern performance but he kept plugging away and got his 13th goal of the season
Starting to look the part, fitness is coming back
Had a few half chances
Clark (not used)
Scaife (not used)
Came on but the game was in its dying stages, but the 8 or so minutes will help him get back in the swing of things
Swann (not used)
Deverdics (not used)
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Kenny played for Football league clubs such as Darlington, Birmingham City and Barnet.
Kenny returned to Gateshead in 95/96 season and became player joint/manager in the 97/98 season with Matty Pearson.
Kenny the left to become manager of Barrow the next season, where he is also a legend.
Kenny will always be remembered as play maker and hard worker in midfield.
As manager Kenny would get right behind the team and wave both arms frantically to urge the team on the to pleasure of the home crowd.
A memorable goal from Kenny was when he was taking a corner and he hit it hard and high and the crowd groaned, but the ball curled hard and hit the far post and went in. A fluke but never the less a fantastic goal!!
Kenny Lowe Now lives in Australia and still working in football in Perth