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

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Two Tough Games This Week – But Two Wins Possible

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 · 18 Comments

We didn’t win the game against Sunderland on Sunday, but what Alan Pardew took out of the game is he had some big players back, and they played very well, and in particular captain Fabricio Coloccini was simply outstanding at the back for Newcastle.

Danny Simpson – hopes Newcastle can push on now
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Pardew Gets Serious On Tiote – It’s Not A Laughing Matter

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 · 17 Comments

We had a report out on Monday where we said that Cheick Tiote had to have better discipline when he was playing for Newcastle, otherwise he could become a liability to Newcastle.

Cheick Tiote – off he goes – hopefully that’s the last red card this season for the Ivorian
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This Player Has Been Brilliant For Us – Alan Pardew

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 · 274 Comments

We only got one point at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, but we are hoping the great display the lads put on at Sunderland, will be a springboard for Newcastle to start playing well on a consistent basis, and start picking up some wins.

Mike Williamson – in action at Sunderland on Sunday
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Xisco An Unlikely Hero – I Love The Club And The City

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 · 33 Comments

Xisco has had some good counsel from Newcastle manager Alan Pardew this season, and Alan told the Spanish U21 International not to give up and to keep working hard, and anything can happen.

Xisco in training this season
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It’s My Best Moment Since Coming To Newcastle

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 · 7 Comments

Yohan Cabaye showed all his technical skills and technique when he hit that loose ball perfectly with his right foot into the back of the net after only 3 minutes at Sunderland on Sunday, and it was so nearly the winning goal for the Magpies.

Yohan Cabaye – after scoring his goal on Sunday
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