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Newcastle United

Who's responsible for Newcastle's revival?

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Three Points: Tottenham vs. Newcastle United

Spurs smash Newcastle in Capital One Cup play at White Hart Lane.
Nabil Bentaleb scored his first senior goal with Tottenham, giving Spurs a 1-0 lead over Newcastle in the first half.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Tottenham's 4-0 win over Newcastle in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night, which sees them advance to the competition's final four sides.

1. Returning to reality

Tottenham Hotspur reach their first semifinal in any competition for three years, and finally reach a higher level of performance under Mauricio Pochettino.

It was not just that this 4-0 League Cup quarterfinal victory over Newcastle United was their most handsome win over a Premier League...

Newcastle fans crave another step forward in Capital One Cup

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Newcastle United can disrupt Arsenal's midfield fluency if they play higher up the pitch, but Tommy Smyth, Steve Nicol and Robson all agree the Gunners should handle matters easily despite their injury concerns.

A lot of things have happened since Newcastle United last won a domestic trophy. When they lifted the 1955 FA Cup, around about the time that rock 'n' roll was emerging as a defined music style in the United States, it was their third trophy in five years. Since then, man has landed on the moon, the computer has been invented, Britain has had 12 different prime ministers, and England has won a World Cup and capped 476 different players. But that FA Cup remains the last piece of domestic silverware...

Feeble Newcastle once again outclassed away at Arsenal

Arsenal easily swept aside Newcastle thanks to braces from Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud.

I propose that ahead of next season's Arsenal vs. Newcastle fixture, the Premier League award a 3-0 victory to the home side before kickoff. It would save Newcastle's excellent supporters a day out of their lives and a serious amount of money. Saturday's 4-1 victory for the hosts was their latest easy win in this fixture.

Arsene Wenger might be under the most intense pressure he has ever faced as Arsenal manager but if he could face Alan Pardew every week, his side would be league champions. The...

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Three Points: Arsenal cruise past Newcastle to restore winning feeling

Arsenal easily swept aside Newcastle thanks to braces from Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud.

LONDON -- Three observations from Arsenal's 4-1 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League

1. Arsenal angst eases with victory

This was charity day at the Emirates in support of The Arsenal Foundation, but the hosts were in little mood to donate points to their northern visitors, scoring three superb goals and a penalty to take them far beyond the reach of a Newcastle team incapable of maintaining their decent recent form. Olivier Giroud scored two fine goals, either side of a great finish from fans'...

 By Lee Ryder

Cheick Tiote is likely facing one of his suitors as Newcastle travel to Arsenal

Just as Chelsea were touted as possibly going undefeated in the 2014/15 Premier League season, Alan Pardew's Newcastle United took down the league giants 2-1, narrowing their spot atop the Premier League.

Cheick Tiote is back up and running for Newcastle United after a season in which many fans have wondered whether he is coming to the end of his time on Tyneside. The battling defensive midfielder has been linked with clubs in Russia and in the Premier League in the last six months.

This weekend against Arsenal, he will come up against one of the teams that continually seem to get talked about as a possible destination for the Ivory Coast international should he walk away from United after almost five...

Arsene Wenger could learn a thing or two from Alan Pardew

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes debate whether Arsene Wenger or Alan Pardew will be sacked first.

There are very few circumstances in which you could suggest that Arsene Wenger has anything to learn from Alan Pardew, but there might be one exception. When it comes to facing down furious supporters and dragging yourself back from the brink, Pardew has few equals. The two men meet at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, and you do wonder what they'll talk about before the game.

Last weekend, it was Wenger who felt the wrath of his own fans when he was jeered and booed at Stoke-on-Trent railway station...