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The news coming out of Alan Pardew’s press conference this afternoon for the Wigan game, about Ben Arfa being out for the season and needing surgery, overshadowed some good news Alan had delivered on Yohan Cabaye, before he talked about Ben Arfa. Yohan Cabaye – half chance of playing on Sunday And when asked about [...]
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Yohan Cabaye, the 27 year-old Frenchman, experienced some shooting pains in his groin on Thursday night against Anzhi Makhachkala, and as a precaution he came off after 37 minutes, and Jonas Gutierrez substituted for the central midfielder, and played quite well. Yohan Cabaye – will start tomorrow? And it seems because of Yohan being sensible [...]
Yohan Cabaye will be assessed today to see if he if he is fit enough to take on Wigan Athletic on Sunday afternoon, after he came off in the first half last night with some groin problem. Yohan Cabaye - another groin injury? The French International had a double operation on his groin in late [...]
As expected, Mathieu Debuchy and Yoan Gouffran return to the side at the DW Stadium this afternoon for the match against Wigan, and Cheick Tiote is the defensive midfielder, but Yohan Cabaye is out injured. Jonas Gutierrez has again come in for Yohan, and the Argentine played very well on Thursday night, but there may [...]
51-year-old Newcastle manager Alan Pardew saw his team gain almost a last second victory over a very good Anzhi Makhachkala side last night, to get into the pot for tomorrow’s draw for the Europa League quarter finals. Cisse and Taylor after the game – yes we did it! And Newcastle will be in the [...]
Papiss Cisse powered a header home after three minutes and two seconds of added time tonight, when he converted a wonderful Sylvain Marveaux right wing cross to take Newcastle United through to the quarter finals of the Europa League. It was an unbelievable finish to the game. A concerned looking Alan Pardew tonight This is what a delighted Alan Pardew said on ESPN after the [...]
Alan Pardew has been interviewed in the local press today and he has talked about Ben Arfa being out for the rest of the season, as the Frenchman needs an operation on his groin. Ben Arfa in action against Anzhi And Alan says there is nobody to blame, even though the Frenchman was injured in [...]
Alan Pardew has said he will play his best side tonight against Anzhi, and it will be interesting to see of Cheick Tiote is in the starting line-up, after the Ivorian cost us a goal against Stoke City on Sunday. Cheick Tiote – in action on Sunday Cheick made a rather unnecessary and stupid lunge [...]
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew was pleased to see the Magpies get a favorable draw in the quarter finals of the Europa League earlier today, when we were drawn against Portuguese side Benfica, who finished second to Porto in the Primeira Liga last season. Alan Pardew – on hearing the draw this morning Just kidding This [...]
The partnership between Steven Taylor and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa already looks a good one, and this partnership has been forced on manager Alan Pardew with the back injury to captain Fab Coloccini, and we suppose the Argentine is still back at home in Argentina right now, although last week Pardew said he would be back this [...]
Papiss Cisse repeated his injury-time heroics to head Newcastle into the Europa League quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory over 10-man Anzhi Makhachkala.
The Senegal international, who fired the Magpies to a 2-1 Barclays Premier League win over Stoke on Sunday with a 92nd-minute strike, had to wait two minutes longer to power home Sylvain Marveaux's inviting cross with the final...
Newcastle will be looking for some kind of revenge against Wigan Athletic, at the DW Stadium today, after they smashed us 4-0 in the same fixture last year, and were 4-0 up at half time. Alan Pardew – when is his next shave? We’ll have to hope we make a better and more solid start [...]
Newcastle have done very well since we were relegated four years ago, and the powers that be at the club have hauled Newcastle into a very healthy financial position, and we have made some great acquisitions in the transfer market under Chief Scout Graham Carr, who joined us three years ago last month. Alan Pardew [...]
It's not the Arouna Kone goal that gave Wigan some space between themselves, Reading, and QPR in the Premier League relegation battle that everyone is discussing... it's the Callum McManaman tackle on Haidara that set off every Newcastle person known to man at the end of the first half...
Referee Mark Halsey didn't see what happened, so McManaman...