Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse is set for several months on the sidelines after suffering a broken kneecap in the 2-1 defeat to Swansea City on Saturday, the Daily Star has reported.
The Senegal international will definitely miss the last three games of this season, but could be out for the beginning of 2014-15, and he is unlikely to take part in the club’s pre-season. He was forced off early on against Swansea and now a scan ...More
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has admitted that defensive errors were the reason why his side slipped to a fifth consecutive defeat on Saturday, 2-1 at home to Swansea City, Sky Sports has reported.
The Magpies did take the lead through Shola Ameobi, who held off the attentions of two Swansea defenders to slide the ball past goalkeeper Michel Vorm, but Wilfried Bony beat Mike Williamson in the air to head home a corner on the ...More
Swansea City will be hoping to ease their relegation fears with a crucial victory away to out-of-form Newcastle United on Saturday.
Despite never being involved in a relegation battle, there has been a lot of unrest around at Newcastle this season, and recent results have only seen it intensify. Another defeat and another game without hitting the back of the net at Stoke City last time out even led to some supporters to call for mana...More
Former Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd has claimed he tried to bring Sir Alex Ferguson from Manchester United to replace Kevin Keegan in 1997, ESPN has reported.
Ferguson, who only became a Sir after winning the treble in 1999, was approached by the Magpies after Keegan resigned. United had recently beaten Newcastle to the title despite Newcastle at one point establishing a 12-point lead.
“When Keegan left we tried to get ...More
Stoke City will be looking to move to within three points of mid-table rivals Newcastle by condemning the Magpies to a fourth consecutive defeat.
Manager Mark Hughes was disappointed with his Stoke side’s showing at Chelsea in their previous game, particularly as they arrived at Stamford Bridge off the back of three straight wins. Throughout the season, however, the club’s home record has been consistently terrific, and having alread...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has accepted that he is unlikely to see striker Loic Remy back at the club once his loan spell ends, according to Sky Sports.
The France international has spent the season on-loan at Newcastle after QPR were relegated to the Championship last season and has been impressive, scoring 13 goals for the Magpies.
Redknapp has come to understand that Remy will likely be sold in the summer, regardl...More
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