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Newcastle United

Newcastle, Sunderland, West Ham and QPR all tough jobs, so who fits the bill?

John Carver's keeping the seat warm at Newcastle, but let's be honest: it's a good job if you fancy a challenge.

As the 2014-15 Premier League season enters its final furlong, some of England's biggest clubs are already preparing for next season. Two major full-time managerial vacancies already exist, at Newcastle United and Sunderland; two more are likely to open up at West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. Iain Macintosh scours the job pages.

Newcastle United (Current manager: John Carver)

PROS: The trophy cabinet begs to differ but don't be fooled. This is still one of the biggest clubs in the country....

Newcastle show some resilience against Arsenal, despite loss

Olivier Giroud's first-half double handed Arsenal a sixth successive Premier League victory as they survived a spirited fightback to win 2-1 at Newcastle.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says it was a tale of two halves at St. James Park on Saturday.

A football supporter can never be truly happy after his or her team loses a game, but there was a bizarre feeling of relief in the air Saturday on Tyneside after Newcastle lost 2-1 to Arsenal.

Before the game, Newcastle's supporters were entirely pessimistic, and who can blame them? The clubs well-publicised, limited overhead spend and player recruitment policy has left the team exposed a number of times during Mike Ashley's ownership.

Back in December 2010, Newcastle took to the field at Norwich...

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal forced to fight at Newcastle but hang on for vital win

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud (24') Newcastle 0-1 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud (28') Newcastle 0-2 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Moussa Sissoko (48') Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina makes a brilliant save with his legs whilst diving in the opposite direction of the shot.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says it was a tale of two halves at St. James Park on Saturday.

NEWCASTLE, England -- Three thoughts on Arsenal's 2-1 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League.

1. Arsenal bounce back

Arsenal have become somewhat predictable, both in terms of their seasons as a whole and their individual matches. If the midweek 2-0 victory in Monaco -- "brave," yet not sufficient for them to qualify -- was classic Champions League Arsenal, this was classic Premier League Arsenal.

You can effectively copy and paste the opening paragraphs from a report of the recent victory at QPR...

 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle must capitalise on Arsenal gloom to save an ailing season

John Carver said his Newcastle side were second best in their limp defeat to Everton, with Arsenal next up at St James' Park this weekend.

This week I spoke to former Newcastle United star Peter Lovenkrands about the weekend's big clash with Arsenal at St James' Park.

It did not take too long to get talking about one of the greatest ever games between the two sides back in 2011, when they fought out an amazing 4-4 draw.

It was the greatest ever comeback in the Premier League and the ultimate example of the old cliche of a game of two halves. Nobody before or since has managed to recover from such a large deficit in a Premier League...

 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle in free fall after 3-0 thrashing at Everton

Everton cruised to their first home victory of the season with a comfortable 3-nil win over Newcastle United.

Newcastle United fans left another Premier League away ground with very little encouragement after watching Everton outclass them and outfight them on Merseyside. Hopes that Everton would be feeling the pace of the Europa League's packed schedule had gone out of the window before the hour mark.

With Newcastle 2-0 down, things looked bad after the Toffees turned on some style and made the most of the charitable defending on offer from the Magpies. Then Fabricio Coloccini made another kind gesture...

John Carver could establish himself at Newcastle vs. vulnerable Everton

The ESPN panel weigh on the critical situation that Roberto Martinez's side are facing at the near bottom of the Premier League table.

On the face of it, Sunday's Premier League match between Everton and Newcastle at Goodison Park looks to be a little bit of a non-event. Newcastle go into the game in 11th place with 35 points, all but safe, while Everton trail in 14th on 28 points.

But for managers of both sides, this match and all remaining games this season carry a lot of weight.

At Everton, Roberto Martinez was a fan favourite last season. Many saw his stylish football as a breath of fresh air following on from the systematic...