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There’s no doubt that since Steven Taylor returned to the first team starting eleven two games ago, the Newcastle defense has looked a lot more solid than it’s been since Steven picked up a hamstring injury at Reading at the end of September, and was out of the side for over three months. Taylor and [...]
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There were two bits of news that came after Newcastle simply phenomenal win against the European Champions On Saturday afternoon. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew – Frenchman after his job? It’s a long time sinse we’ve seen St. James’ Park rocking at the end of a game – and when the final whistle was blown – [...]
It’s not a bad strategy by Alan Pardew to show all the new boys a video of what happened when we played at White Hart Lane last February – and we went there to attack Spurs – and we were torn apart and 2-0 down after six minutes and 4-0 down after only 34 minutes, [...]
There was some bad news given out by Alan Pardew yesterday, during his press conference for the game tomorrow at White Hart Lane, which kicks off at 12:45 pm. The great Ben Arfa has just scored again It was natural for Ben Arfa’s name to be brought up because a couple of weeks ago, Pardew [...]
There was a great set of interviews in the Evening Chronicle with Derek LLambias yesterday, and with Alan Pardew’s press conference for the Spurs game yesterday afternoon, there was a lot of new news about Newcastle yesterday. Andy Carroll – while playing for England And one of the things Derek LLambias talked about was that [...]
Buy two French footballers, get another two for free.
That isn't quite how things panned out but it is almost how they looked when the English Premier League did its shopping this winter in France, carting away some of the 1998 World Cup winner's top talents as though they were on special offer.
Newcastle United, with a squad now just one-part English, two parts rest of...
Newcastle United skipper Fabricio Coloccini has revealed that the idea of a return to San Lorenzo 'still exists', but he will give his all for the Magpies for the remainder of the season.
The defender appeared to be on the verge on heading back to Argentina in the January transfer window after speaking with club officials about a return home.
However, Coloccini manager...