Yet another defeat in a forgettable year for all Newcastle fans may not be as black and white as their bleak season may suggest. The Magpies went down 1-0 to a Champions League chasing Arsenal on the final match day of a long and draining campaign that saw an unexpected 16th place finish in the Premier League, with many first predicting another strong show much like last season.
Many have criticized Newcastle since August, with their...More
San Lorenzo have not given up on their pursuit of Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini, the Daily Mail has reported, with the Argentine club again keen to raid the Premier League to return the centre-back to his native country.
Coloccini revealed in January that he wanted to move to San Lorenzo but was eventually talked into remaining at St. James’ Park for the duration of the season, particularly as the Magpies’ top flight st...More
Arsenal’s wonderful end to the season has left them in need of only three more points to secure Champions League football ahead of North London rivals Tottenham.
The Gunners fell seven points behind Spurs after a 2-1 defeat at White Hart Lane in early March but seven wins and two draws in the nine matches played since then has lifted them to the brink of the top four.
Indeed, third place may not be out of the question either, eithe...More
Alan Pardew insists there is no longer any doubt over his future as Newcastle manager, and believes he will still be at the club next season, according to Sky Sports.
Pardew had previously indicated that he was unsure whether or not he would remain in his position ahead of talks with club owner Mike Ashley, claiming that both he as manager and Ashley as owner had underachieved this season.
However, following the discussions, Pardew ...More
A website belonging to Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has apologised after publishing a story that claimed the Magpies were in talks to sign Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, the Daily Mail has reported.
The claim was published on SportsDirectNews, a site related to the business owned by Ashley, and quoted a source that claimed discussions had already taken place at a low level. The quote read: “Newcastle see Wayne as their...More
Newcastle United’s French midfielder Yohan Cabaye has been speaking to Sky Sports and the 27-year-old midfielder, one of 10 Frenchmen at the North East club, has answered questions about Newcastle’s French connection and what impact the amount of players from one nation has had on the team’s Premier League form.
Cabaye believes that his compatriots need more time to adjust to life in English football after a problematic season on T...More
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