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Entries Tagged as 'Europa League'

Newcastle’s Future Now Looks Incredibly Bright

February 5th, 2013 · 93 Comments

Our next home game is on Sunday, 24th February against Southampton, and that’s two weeks come Sunday – and before that game we’ll have played the two Europa League ties against Ukrainian side FC Metalist Kharkiv. Moussa Sissoko scores winning goal Saturday

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Premier League · Transfer News and Rumours

Pardew – Chelsea Game My Best Ever – We Must Keep Winning

February 4th, 2013 · 21 Comments

The 3-2 win against Chelsea on Saturday and the way we achieved it has Newcastle fans around the world exhilarated with the tremendous football Newcastle have served up in the last couple of games with the new French players having arrived last month, and don’t forget we though the first half at Aston Villa, when […]

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Tags: Coaching · Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Premier League

Newcastle Could Even Do Well In Europe This Season

February 4th, 2013 · 27 Comments

Before our two wins at Aston Villa and at home to Chelsea on Saturday – we didn’t really give a hoot about the Europa League, when we’ll be playing Metalist Kharkiv of the Ukraine at home a week on Thursday, and then a week later we’ll play them in the second leg at at their […]

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Premier League

Alan Pardew – Criticism Is Part Of The Newcastle Job

January 10th, 2013 · 40 Comments

It’s been a very frustrating season for Newcastle fans so far, and it’s almost the polar opposite of what happened last season, when at this time Newcastle were flying high in the league in the top six, and we finally finished 5th top, and one place above the European Champions Chelsea. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew –  criticism is part of my job

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Tags: Coaching · Europa League · Injuries · Newcastle News · Premier League

It’s Sobering, But Newcastle Cannot Compete With Big Clubs

January 3rd, 2013 · 123 Comments

It’s’s been very sobering the way Chelsea have moved in for Demba Ba over the last few days, and although he’s not yet officially a Chelsea player, it shows that Newcastle just cannot compete with the big boys in the Premier League, and when we get a player approaching world-class – we cannot hold onto […]

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Other News

Newcastle Draw FC Metalist In Europa League

December 20th, 2012 · 155 Comments

Newcastle were drawn against FC Metalist in the round of the last 32 of the Europa League, when the draw was made in Nyon, Switzerland this afternoon.

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle News

Newcastle’s Europa League Draw Today – Who Cares?

December 20th, 2012 · 19 Comments

The draw for the next two rounds of the Europa League will take place in the Swiss town of Nyon this afternoon, and Newcastle will find out who our opponents will be in the round of the last 32 of the competition, and then if we win that, which two teams we could meet in […]

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Premier League

Craven Cottage Not A Happy Hunting Ground For Magpies

December 10th, 2012 · 20 Comments

Craven Cottage has not been a happy hunting ground for Newcastle recently, and in our previous 10 visits there, we have lost seven, including getting hammered last season 5-2, after controlling the game in the first half, and being one up at the break through a great Danny Guthrie strike. Alan Pardew – Newcastle played great in first half last season in same fixture

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Tags: Coaching · Europa League · Newcastle News · Premier League

Pardew Clearly Disappointed In Newcastle Youngsters

December 7th, 2012 · 26 Comments

Newcastle gave a poor performance last night in Bordeaux, and the truth was that we were not in the game, and the home side won much easier than the 2-0 scoreline might suggest, and it maybe that the strategy of playing the youngsters in Europe is just not enough for this season. Nile Ranger – […]

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Tags: Europa League · European Competition · Newcastle Youth

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