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Entries Tagged as 'European Competition'

Pardew Sacked If Shepherd In Charge – No Surprise There

April 10th, 2014 · 51 Comments

Freddy Shepherd has said in the Chronicle today that Alan Pardew would have been fired last season, if Shepherd had still been in charge,  and that should come as no surprise  to Newcastle fans. Recent photo of Freddy Shepherd

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

Shepherd – Ashley Has Done A Great Job – Financially

April 9th, 2014 · 5 Comments

There was an excellent interview in the Chronicle yesterday of former Chairman Freddy Shepherd, and while we’ve been critical of Freddy in the past, that was on the financial side of things, and you cannot say he didn’t want to make Newcastle into a successful football club on the field. Freddy Shepherd – when Newcastle […]

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

Sadly – Nothing Much Will Change With Lee Charnley

April 9th, 2014 · 13 Comments

What is becoming apparent with the new Managing Director at Newcastle Lee Charnley, is that nothing much will change, and the long statement released by Newcastle United on Monday when Lee was officially appointed the top executive at the club, is that nothing will change and things will continue as they’ve been going. Lee Charnley […]

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Tags: Europa League · European Champions League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Recruitment · Transfer News and Rumours

Yohan Cabaye Gutted By Former Team Mate

April 9th, 2014 · 3 Comments

There was drama in the Champions League last night at Stamford Bridge, when Chelsea came back to win the second leg quarter-final tie against PSG 2-0, after losing the first leg 3-1 in Paris last week, and Jose Mourinho’s team dramatically went through to the semi-finals of the Champions League. Demba Ba’s on the bottom […]

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Tags: Demba Ba · European Champions League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Yohan Cabaye

Why Alan Pardew Is Now In Serious Trouble At Newcastle

April 6th, 2014 · 14 Comments

This season was always going to be the season that Alan Pardew proved he was the right man for the job at Newcastle, after last season we struggled mightily against relegation, and it was probably the five Frenchmen we brought fifteen months ago that saved us from relegation. Alan Pardew – in serious trouble at […]

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

Ben Arfa Career Looks Over At Newcastle

April 6th, 2014 · 24 Comments

Hatem Ben Arfa was dragged off last week at half time, along with Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, after Newcastle had been decidedly second best in that first 45 minutes at Southampton, and although we were only 1-0 down, the Saints had missed their chances, and it seemed that Alan Pardew was less than impressed with Ben Arfa’s […]

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Tags: European Champions League · European Competition · Hatem Ben Arfa · Newcastle News · Premier League

Why I Had To Leave Newcastle – Cabaye

April 1st, 2014 · 54 Comments

Newcastle’s former creative central midfielder Yohan Cabaye has at least been professional and courteous about his time at Newcastle since he left, and Yohan’s not bad mouthed the club at all, and in fact the opposite has been true, and that’s maybe because the 27 year-old realizes just how much playing at Newcastle for a short […]

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Tags: European Champions League · European Competition · Newcastle News · Premier League · Yohan Cabaye

Everton Contine To Be Blueprint For Newcastle

March 26th, 2014 · 9 Comments

Everton played very well last night and showed Newcastle how to take their chances, and Everton have shown over the last 10 years or so that you don’t necessarily have to spend big money in the transfer market to be a top six side. Roberto Martinez – a top young manager at Everton

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

Newcastle Can Still Qualify For Europe

March 20th, 2014 · 8 Comments

Newcastle won seven of their nine games before  the end of last year, and that culminated in a 5-1 home win, when we were 1-0 down to Stoke City but the referee helped us out by sending two players off just before half time, and also awarding us  a penalty, which Loic Remy  missed, but […]

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

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