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 Posted by Lee Ryder
1 day ago

Newcastle falter at critical juncture

Ruud Gullit is most remembered for dropping Alan Shearer and Duncan Ferguson in the Tyne-Wear derby back in 1999 when a 2-1 defeat sealed his fate as Newcastle United boss.

That was the night which left him with little option to resign as Toon boss. The outlines of the writing on the wall had come a couple of weeks earlier in a 3-3 draw with Wimbledon on a day when the Dutchman's bad game plan, and some inept defending from his players, cost him what would have been a vital victory as Gareth ...

3 days ago

Victory looms for Newcastle

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says his side must come away victorious when Crystal Palace visit St. James' Park.

New Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock will start his second spell in the London club's hot seat with a trip to Newcastle on Saturday.

The re-appointment of the man who left Selhust Park four years ago has provoked a wildly split reaction among Palace fans, with some taking to social media to lambast the choice of chairman Steve Parish, while others appear to be very pleased. This is Warnock's 14th managerial role.

I'm certain Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will be preparing a 'new manage...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
7 days ago

Heroes and Villains: Premier League week 2

Manchester United are still without a win while Tottenham look likely to beat the world. ESPN FC takes a look at some of the biggest protagonists and antagonists from the second Premier League weekend.

First-team football appears to agree with Jack Rodwell, who dominated for Sunderland the way he never did at Man City.

HEROES

Jack Rodwell has played only slightly more Premier League football than you or I in recent years, but unlike us, someone still believes in him. His slow recovery continued against Manchester United where he helped Lee Cattermole dominate the midfield. Not only did he score Sunderland's eq...

 Posted by Lee Ryder
Aug 23, 2014

Toothless Toon take small steps

Tim Krul kept a clean sheet for Newcastle at Aston Villa but the visitors' attacking options failed to find a breakthrough.

Newcastle at least troubled Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan during the stalemate in the second city as they continued to make small steps as far as progress is concerned at the start of a new season.

Against Paul Lambert's side they managed their first shot on target, first point and first clean sheet. Those were the positives during a nervy 90 minutes between two clubs that would take a place in the top 10 very gratefully in the months ahead.

- Report: Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle
- Pardew: We ...

Aug 23, 2014

Alan Pardew's winning smile

You know what it's like, millionaire players running around on a Premier League pitch, looking unhappy. On the touchline of Newcastle's game against Aston Villa on Saturday, Toon boss Alan Pardew has clearly thinks the idea of a 'winning smile' will work...

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Aug 21, 2014

Aston Villa to test Newcastle cohesion

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew was happy with his new players' performances despite their loss to the defending champions.

After a tough opening fixture against the Premier League's defending champions, Manchester City, Newcastle head to Villa Park on Saturday to face Aston Villa for the second match of the season.

This game will be a far better indicator of whether Newcastle and all of their new signings have yet managed to forge a fluent team, and it will also be a pointer as to whether manager Alan Pardew is serious in his promise of ditching the direct approach and finally bringing entertainment to the field of...