Aston Villa will be aiming to build on their fine opening day win at Stoke City when they face Newcastle United in Saturday’s early kick-off.
Paul Lambert’s men defended resolutely throughout at the Britannia Stadium, with captain Ron Vlaar leading a strong rearguard action. After surviving an early flurry from Stoke, they soon took control and merited the lead given to them by Andreas Weimann, who looks set to be the man they rely ...More
Manchester City begin the defence of their Premier League title with a potentially tricky trip to Newcastle United, who will hope to improve after a poor end to last season.
Magpies manager Alan Pardew came under significant pressure from sections of supporters as their slump in the second half of 2013-14 saw them finish 10th, having threatened to challenge for a European spot earlier in the campaign. They have responded by signing ...More
Newcastle United are leading the race to sign Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha, who could leave Old Trafford after only a year, according to the Metro.
Zaha joined Man Utd for £15m from Crystal Palace last summer, but struggled to make an impact under David Moyes and only ended up making four competitive appearances before being sent out on loan to Cardiff City, where he found himself in and out of the starting XI as they were ...More
French attacking midfielder Remy Cabella has insisted that he and his new Newcastle United team are capable of winning a trophy this season, reports Sky Sports.
The Magpies have famously gone trophy-less in England for almost 60 years, with their last piece of domestic silverware being the 1955 FA Cup, their sixth and last triumph in that tournament. They were last crowned champions of English even further back, in 1927.
Alan Pardew and Newcastle continued their summer recruitment drive after they landed striker Facundo Ferreyra from Shakhtar Donetsk on a season long loan, the Daily Star has reported.
The Argentinian becomes the seventh player to arrive at the Magpies in what is proving to be a busy summer, joining Remy Cabella, Siem de Jong, Jack Colback, Daryl Janmaat, Emmanuel Riviere and Ayoze Perez through the arrival door at St James’ Park.
Newcastle United are still hopeful of securing French striker Loïc Rémy on a permanent basis, according to BBC Sport.
Rémy, who currently plays for Queens Park Rangers, had been due to join Liverpool in an £8.5 million deal this week, however the move failed to go through amid rumours that there had been a problem with the 27-year-old’s medical.
But Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has stated that he would welcome the opportunity to br...More
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