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News and Commentary On Newcastle United By Ed Harrison, A Proud Exiled Geordie And Lifelong Fan

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Pardew Names 18 Man Squad – Here’s The Likely Starting Eleven

August 18th, 2013 · 372 Comments

If anybody thought that Dan Gosling has a future on Tyneside, that’s probably not going to happen, as Dan hasn’t made the 18 man squad for the game at Manchester City tomorrow night, which will be the final game in the first round of games in the Premier League this season. Steven Taylor – will […]

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Tags: Dan Gosling · Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa · Newcastle News · Premier League · Steven Taylor

Good Start To Season Absolutely Crucial For Newcastle

August 18th, 2013 · 234 Comments

With Newcastle again not spending big money in this summer’s transfer window, it’s going to be extremely important the lads get off to a good start in the Premier League this season. Alan Pardew – good start is very important for the manager

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Tags: Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League

Can Newcastle Get A Result At City – Only Remy Not Available

August 18th, 2013 · 27 Comments

There were some surprises yesterday in the first day of the new Premier League season, with the biggest shock being Aston Villa’s 3-1 win at the Emirates Stadium, against an inept looking Arsenal side, where once again their defense looked suspect. John Carver and Alan Pardew in pre-season

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Tags: Coaching · Loic Remy · Match Preview · Newcastle News · Premier League

Newcastle Need Only One More Player – Shearer

August 18th, 2013 · 100 Comments

Things are not looking too good at Newcastle at the moment, and it’s a little bit the same as last summer, when at the end of the day we signed only one senior player for a team that was going to be participating in Europe the next season,  with all the extra games that entails. […]

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Tags: Newcastle News · Premier League · Recruitment · Transfer News and Rumours

Financial Fair Play Rules Are Becoming A Joke

August 18th, 2013 · 61 Comments

Alan Pardew has again talked about the difference in spending power between the top clubs in the Premier League – essentially those that make the Champions League each year like Chelsea, the two Manchester sides and Arsenal, and the rest of the clubs – which includes Newcastle. UEFA President Michel Platini – his FFP rules […]

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Tags: European Champions League · European Competition · Financial Fair Play · Financials · Newcastle News · Premier League