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Mike Ashley urged to sell Newcastle by former manager Kevin Keegan

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

Mike Ashley is running Newcastle "from another planet" and should sell the club as soon as possible, according to former manager Kevin Keegan.

With Newcastle facing a relegation showdown against West Ham on Sunday -- they begin the final match two points above Hull who host Manchester United -- there has been scrutiny of Ashley's ownership, which was in place when Keegan resigned from his second spell as manager in 2008.

Keegan said he was hoping Newcastle could find a way to survive and then be...

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John Carver says he's stronger after struggling with Newcastle

Newcastle United head coach John Carver discussed English Premier League survival and Sunday's last-day visit of West Ham United.

John Carver is convinced he will be a stronger man for the trials and tribulations he has experienced as Newcastle's coach.

The 50-year-old was thrown in at the deep end in January following Alan Pardew's surprise departure for Crystal Palace, with the Magpies' main targets unavailable.

It has proved a baptism of fire as an understrength squad further depleted by injuries and suspensions has slid alarmingly down the Premier League table.

They have now reached the point where anything less than victory...

Carver expects 'electric' encounter

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Newcastle head coach John Carver is expecting an "electric" atmosphere as he attempts to drag the club back from the brink of disaster.

West Ham will arrive at St James' Park on Sunday to face a Magpies team knowing that anything short of a victory - something they have not managed since February - could prove fatal to their hopes of remaining in the Barclays Premier League.

Newcastle's dreadful run of one draw and nine defeats in their last 10 games has prompted a concerted backlash from fans, some...

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Newcastle boss John Carver: St James' Park will be electric for relegation fight

The ESPN FC crew discuss the relegation battle in the Premier League, and believe Hull City are going to be relegated.
The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.
Newcastle United head coach John Carver discussed English Premier League survival and Sunday's last-day visit of West Ham United.

Newcastle head coach John Carver is expecting an "electric" atmosphere as he attempts to drag the club back from the brink of disaster.

West Ham will arrive at St James' Park on Sunday to face a Magpies team knowing that anything short of a victory -- something they have not managed since February -- could prove fatal to their hopes of remaining in the Premier League.

Newcastle's run of one draw and nine defeats in their last 10 games has prompted a concerted backlash from fans, some of whom have...

For the sake of the supporters, Newcastle must rise up and survive

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

This is it for Newcastle United. Sunday's game at home to West Ham United is D-Day. Sunderland's hard earned 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday assured Dick Advocaat's side safety, meaning that the dreaded and incredibly costly drop will happen to either Hull City (1/7 relegation favourites with the bookmakers) or Newcastle (4/1).

For Hull to stand any chance of staying up, they must beat Manchester United -- something they haven't managed since November 1974. Meanwhile, Newcastle's destiny is in...