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Damn Newcastle's Oily Hides for Winning Today

How dare they?

Newcastle United came out and comfortably dispatched Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 in the EFL Cup mere days after they embarrassed themselves in the EXACT SAME FIXTURE in the league. 127 more words

Aleksandar Mitrovic Will Burn Your House Down, and Four Other Reasons to be Excited for his Return

Everyone’s favorite Serbian, Aleksandar Mitrovic, has fulfilled his suspension requirements from last season and could be set loose on unsuspecting Cheltenham Town tomorrow evening in the EFL Cup. 374 more words

Newcastle Win a Game, Many Drinks are in Order

Newcastle United hammered Reading 4-1 today at St. James’ Park to finally register their first win of the 2016/17 season. Despite the fact that the Royals were piss poor, and Newcastle were in truth mediocre for large stretches of the game, this triumph must go down as one of the greatest victories by anyone ever. 106 more words

Constructive Criticism for the Upcoming Fixtures

As you might have heard, Newcastle United have gotten off to a bit of a rocky start. Losses to Fulham and Huddersfield have left Newcastle crashed out on the bedrock of the Championship table, and with a fixture against Reading quickly approaching, it’s time to put away petty differences and work together on a solution. 396 more words

Matt Ritchie confident that HARD WORK will get Newcastle out of their Nightmare start

“It wasn’t the result we were looking for, but there’s a lot to work on and there’s a lot to analyse, and we’ll go again on Wednesday, 178 more words

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Premier League 2016/17 Preview - Bournemouth

Given their injury crisis last season, Eddie Howe’s side did incredibly well to finish 16th. The aim for this season has to be to consolidate their position as a Premier League side and to push on after last season’s success. 260 more words


Newcastle United - The Reality of the Championship

It’s perhaps an understatement, but last season was somewhat of a disappointment for Newcastle and it’s legion of fans- they found themselves relegated after months of turmoil under the guidance of Steve McLaren, but with Mike Ashley managing to draft Rafael Benitez into the club late into the season, the Toon Army had their long term faith well and truly restored for the club they love. 721 more words

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