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 By PA Sport

Aleksandar Mitrovic challenge not malicious - Newcastle boss McClaren

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down Arsenal's 1-0 win over Newcastle, with referee Andre Marriner proving the antagonist of the encounter.

Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren leapt to the defence of striker Aleksandar Mitrovic after he was sent off just five games into his career on Tyneside.

Mitrovic, who was booked in each of his first two appearances for the club, was dismissed by referee Andre Marriner after catching midfielder Francis Coquelin 16 minutes into the Magpies' 1-0 home defeat by Arsenal.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, who accused McClaren's men of taking a "physical" approach to a game in which they also had six players...

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Florian Thauvin has potential to be a Newcastle hero, says Steve McClaren

Take a look at the latest fixtures of round 4 throughout the Premier League, where Arsenal face Newcastle to St. James' Park, Chelsea take on Crystal Palace who are without John Terry and much more.
Florian Thauvin also had interest from Arsenal before signing with Newcastle this summer.

Steve McClaren has challenged new signing Florian Thauvin to establish himself as a Geordie hero after a glittering start to his career on Tyneside.

The 22-year-old winger, a £13 million summer signing from Marseille, served up a tantalising taste of what might be to come when he thrashed League Two Northampton in Tuesday night's 4-1 Capital One Cup second round victory.

Thauvin could make his first Premier League start against Arsenal at St. James' Park on Saturday, when his task will be significantly...

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Newcastle boss Steve McClaren not motivated my money

Newcastle boss Steve McClaren praises his resolute defence after they held out for a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.

Steve McClaren insists he has no idea what his bonus would be for ending Newcastle's 46-year wait for silverware.

Managing director Lee Charnley revealed when he announced McClaren's appointment back in June that the new head coach had been "heavily incentivised" to bring a first major trophy to St. James' Park since the 1969 European Fairs Cup.

The Magpies launch their bid for Capital One Cup glory with a home second-round tie against League Two Northampton on Tuesday evening, with owner Mike Ashley...