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Newcastle United

 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle's loss to Swansea raises relegation concerns

John Carver's problems took a turn for the worse as Swansea condemned Newcastle to an unwanted, club-record seventh successive Premier League defeat.
Swansea City manager Garry Monk says he's proud of the team, and believed his side could achieve something special at the end of the season.

Newcastle United seem to doing everything they can to be involved in the relegation scrap in the Premier League. It all looked so straight-forward against a Swansea team that had nothing to play for at St James' Park.

Newcastle were 1-0 up thanks to Ayoze Perez's first-half goal and the only criticism seemed to be that they should have added to their tally. But, oh no, Newcastle couldn't get through a game without being controversial or pressing the self-destruct button.

As many fans looked forward...

It's time for Newcastle United to give fans something to cheer about

Newcastle United manager John Carver says we have to produce on the pitch, and get positive results out of the remaining games.

Newcastle head into a vital game at home to Swansea City on Saturday with more supporter protests planned against club owner Mike Ashley. This week's protest won't involve a boycott of the game, as last week's did, but will focus on a vocal protest inside the stadium.

Immediately following the Spurs defeat to Tottenham last Sunday, Newcastle's floundering manager John Carver told the media that: "I don't think [the boycott] has affected what has gone on on the pitch. The players are all professional...

 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle sinking quickly as Spurs take advantage of disharmony

Some Newcastle fans boycotted the Spurs match, and the team lost again.

If it was hugely embarrassing for Newcastle United to lose 1-0 at Sunderland two weeks ago, it's difficult to sum up just how bad it is now at St James' Park after a sixth defeat -- 3-1 to Tottenham -- on the spin. Remember, it was six straight losses at this time last season that earned Alan Pardew the unwanted tag of being the only manager to lead United to such a poor run of form.

Now, John Carver is in exactly the same position as his old boss with his chances of landing the job on a permanent...

Newcastle fans right to boycott Spurs with club failing to show ambition

Newcastle boss John Carver says his side do not get the decisions they deserve in the Premier League, having been denied what looked a clear penalty in their defeat at Liverpool.

Here is an astonishing statistic for you: In the past three seasons, Newcastle have won only four of the games they've played in March and April.

They've played 22 Premier League games in those six months of football, and they've lost an incredible 17 times. Even worse, they've managed to find the net only 12 times while their long-suffering fans have seen opposing players score a whopping 46 goals. That's almost four goals conceded for every one scored.

Alan Pardew presided over the vast majority...

Newcastle in tailspin since Pardew's departure, but Carver isn't the problem

I like John Carver. That liking lessened somewhat when he confronted Newcastle fans after they criticised a woeful performance at Southampton; it diminished even further when he toed the company line and picked a weakened team in the FA Cup loss at Leicester.

But still, I like him. The fact that he's an appallingly bad manager with win ratio of 14 percent following Newcastle's 2-0 loss to Liverpool doesn't change that.

It's not Carver's fault that he was offered the managerial job and he definitely...

Sterling scores and Liverpool cruise past hapless Newcastle

The ESPN FC team break down Liverpool's 2-0 win over Newcastle United, where Raheem Sterling proved his worth with a stunning goal.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three thoughts on Liverpool's 2-0 win versus Newcastle in the Premier League.

1. Liverpool put pressure on Man City

Brendan Rodgers responded to Liverpool's 4-1 defeat at Arsenal by declaring himself a realist and a Premier League top-four finish unlikely. That remains the case, but his side has renewed hope. They are now only four points behind a hideously out-of-form Manchester City, even if the defending champions' goal difference in effect amounts to another point and four...