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Newcastle eyeing Monaco Frontman

To say that Newcastle are in crisis at the moment would be criminally stating the obvious. The damning statistic of 12 losses in the past 17 games not only reflects a defence sorely in need of improvement, but also a woefully inadaquate frontline which has mustered a grand total of 0 goals in 12 of these games and has failed to score in the last 360 minutes of football.

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Newspaper's shot at Pardew's excuses keeps Newcastle mess in spotlight

You’d think even Alan Pardew would know enough to leave well-enough alone. He still has his job despite going headfirst into an opposing player and his Newcastle United team doing its best to resemble a relegation squad despite top-half standing. 423 more words

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With PSG stumbling, is Laurent Blanc really on the hot seat?

In Laurent Blanc’s first season as head of Paris Saint-Germain, the capital city giants have lost just two league matches and made the Champions League Round of 16. 544 more words

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It would take at least a ten-part series to describe everything that’s wrong with Newcastle United currently. All of it stems from Mike Ashley attempt to simply keep the club financially viable and in the Premier League, no more or no less. 886 more words

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Champions League Preview: Mourinho, Chelsea stand in the way of PSG's semifinal goal

Implicit in Paris Saint-Germain’s quick ascent (and French soccer’s willingness to go along with it) is the idea that what’s good for PSG is good for  916 more words

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How Should Newcastle United Approach The Rest Of The Season?

It is seldom that a club finds itself with eight games of the season remaining, but with seemingly little to play for; but that is very much the situation at Newcastle United at the moment.

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Southampton and Newcastle ready to scrap out the title for mid-table mediocrity

I must admit my surprise that this weekend’s clash with Newcastle hasn’t generated more interest because it has the makings of a titanic battle.

It really is the crunch clash of the season so far in the battle to see who wins the battle for mid-table mediocrity. 559 more words