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Newcastle United Boss Going For ‘Flat Pack’ Four

DIY expert Alan Pardew is taking the IKEA approach to dragging Newcastle United out of the doldrums. The Magpies host Liverpool on Saturday having put together a run of three successive – and increasingly unlikely – victories to ease themselves out of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone and into the Capital One Cup quarter-finals. Each win has relieved some …

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The Trials & Tribulations Of Alan Pardew’s Newcastle

Niall McIntyre discusses the trials and tribulations of Alan Pardew’s time at Newcastle United.  Topsy turvy, wishy washy, upside down and all around. There is no other way to describe the dishevelled order of life in the cauldron of St James’ Park. The tumultuous nature of Alan Pardew’s reign over Newcastle shows no signs of abating, as his side perservere in combining …

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League Cup Round Up

With the League Cup fourth round wrapping up last night, Damien Morris takes us through last night’s action. Newcastle United’s recent form continued in some style tonight after they beat holders Manchester City 2-0. Dutch striker Rolando Aarons opened the scoring for Newcastle United as early as the sixth minute when he fired a low shot past stand-in goalkeeper Wily …

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Does Mike Ashley Have A Master Plan?

Yesterday the Scottish FA wrote to Mike Ashley, seeking to clarify his intentions for Rangers who he now owns 9% of. And really, it’s quite a good question. Just what could Mr Ashley have in mind? Before we delve into some of the reasons Mike Ashley might want to own rangers let’s first understand what’s going on. Ashley owns around …

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Newcastle Boss: We Should Be In The Top Ten

Alan Pardew admits his Newcastle team is a long way from where he wants it to be. The 53-year-old was handed a little breathing space last weekend when Gabriel Obertan’s first goal for two years finally secured an opening Barclays Premier League victory of the season against Leicester after seven previous attempts. But if Obertan’s strike eased some of the …

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Premier League Preview – Newcastle vs Leicester

Newcastle and Leicester City go head-to-head at St. James’ Park as Alan Pardew looks to take the Toon Army out of their Premier League rut. Both teams are coming off the back of 2-2 draws in their last matches. For the Magpies, Papiss Cisse is seemingly on a one-man mission to keep Alan Pardew in the job. It must be …

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Premier League Heroes: Aston Villa’s Shay Given

Today’s Premier League hero is Shay Given; one of the greatest goalkeeping talents of his generation. Shay Given is known for being one of the most consistent goalkeepers in the Premier League era. Given is known for his strong presence, his outstanding reflexes and has an unbelievable ability to read the game. The Irish shot stopper has made 440 appearances …

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Premier League Preview: Five Talking Points

The Premier League kicks off once more this weekend following the mid-week international fixtures. Ireland’s heroics, Sterling’s tiredness and Holland’s defeat are now in the past. Focus now returns to England’s top flight. Will Alan Pardew’s fortunes improve against Leicester? Can Chelsea maintain their unbeaten streak in a London derby against Palace? Who will come out on top between City …

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Newcastle To Make Move For Dutch ‘Thierry Henry’

Newcastle United are ready to turn their attention to FC Twente striker Luc Castaignos in January, the striker has been previously dubbed the Dutch Thierry Henry. According to reports in the Newcastle Chronicle, scouts in the North East are monitoring the FC Twente striker who has scored five goals so far this season. The 22-year-old Netherlands all-time record goalscorer at …

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Ex-Newcastle Striker Set To Return To The North East?

Andy Carroll could be returning to his old Newcastle stomping ground with West Ham apparently offering the frontman up for sale in the January window, according to Chronicle Live. Carroll is set to return from injury soon so it may seem unusual that they would be willing to let him go, but West Ham have splashed out in forward areas this …

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Premier League TV Schedule Announced For Festive Period

BT Sports and Sky Sports have announced their live Premier League fixtures during the festive period with 25 games set to be televised between December and New Year’s Day. The fixture list includes a triple header on the the 26th of December, the 28th and New Year’s Day. Liverpool fans will be able to see their side in action in …

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Ex-Newcastle Star Misses England, Unhappy With PSG

Ex-Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye has had a difficult start to life at PSG and is struggling to nail down a regular starting place this season.  He has only started four of PSG’s nine games since the beginning of this season and speaking to L’Equipe he expresses his feelings about the current situation. “When I am on the pitch, I feel it is …

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Defensive Injury Worry For Newcastle United

Newcastle United defender Daryl Janmaat tweaked his hamstring during Newcastle’s 2-2 draw against Swansea City and will now miss the Netherlands’ Euro 2016 qualifying games against Kazakhstan and Iceland. The 25-year-old will now be assessed by Newcastle’s medical staff, according to the Chronicle Live. Janmaat’s injury will not only be a blow to his international side who he helped progress to the semi-finals of …

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Premier League Preview: Swansea City vs Newcastle United

Two sides desperately in need of a victory clash at the Liberty Stadium, as Alan Pardew looks to hold onto his job as Newcastle United manager. Swansea City v Newcastle United Swansea started the season in flying form and had a one hundred percent record after three games. However, from Diego Costa’s equalizer for Chelsea on the stroke of halftime …

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Premier League Preview: Stoke City Vs Newcastle United

Stoke City entertain Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United tonight in the Premier League at 8pm .With both sides struggling so far during this year’s campaign, it looks set to be a hotly contested game. Dan Dalton previews the encounter. Form Stoke City have suffered two disappointing results in their last two games losing to Leicester City 1-0, while drawing 2-2 with QPR …

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Football Must Hold Onto Its Identity

With coverage of football now spread across the globe more than ever before, Rob Lyons looks at examples of sponsorship deteriorating the very identity of clubs. The Collins English dictionary defines a club as, “a group or association of people with common aims or interests.” The common aim of a football club should be to win games but more importantly …

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Pardew To Be Given More Time At Newcastle United

Alan Pardew is to be given more time at the helm of Newcastle United, much to the chagrin of a section of their support. The ChronicleLive reports that Pardew will not be let go should the Magpies improve their Premier League fortunes and that he may even be given funds to improve his squad in the January window if he can get his side …

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Newcastle Midfielder Reveals He Has Cancer

Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez has revealed he has testicular cancer. The winger had returned to Argentina when the illness was diagnosed. The 31-year-old spoke to TyC Sports when he revealed the devastating news. “I detected a tumor in a testicle. When I confirmed the cancer, I went home crying. “I came here and I assumed the costs despite having …

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