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Manchester United vs Newcastle: Three Key Battles

(Guest Author: Ojo Olayiwola of Football Weeks)

Manchester United started the season on a high note but have since gone into a decline as they have only managed to gather four points from their last four league games and need to knuckle down to revive their title race. 669 more words

Opinion

Premier League Team of the Week - Gameweek Five

A fairly uninspiring weekend in the Premier League was somewhat saved by the brilliance of both the Manchester clubs. Same points, same goal difference, even the same goals scored and conceded, is it too early to say these two will run away with it this year? 973 more words

Barclays Premier League

Premier League 2017/18 Preview – Newcastle United

Newcastle were expected to walk the Championship last season, but stuttered on their way to the title, only just edging out Brighton. Credit must go to Rafa Benitez for sticking with the club in the Championship, and if he stays, which is not a certainty at the moment, he will be the reason that Newcastle won’t go down this season. 358 more words

Football

Newcastle's best 4 stars for 2017/18

Whisper it quietly, but the new Premier League season is not that far away now and, before you know it, we’ll but wondering just exactly what it’s like to not have football about… 255 more words

Featured

Newcastle United: Player Profile - Matt Ritchie

Last summer Newcastle United were preparing for life in the Championship.

Manager Rafa Benitez had confirmed that he’d take charge that season, and fans were hopeful that their beloved Newcastle could come back up. 487 more words

Football League News

Toon Under Siege -- Move over Millwall, No one Likes Us Now!

Who’d have thunk that winning promotion would garner such venomous jealousy from the rest of the footballing world?

It seems these days everyone wants a piece of Newcastle, from the media, to the FA, — even the HMRC. 458 more words

Newcastle 4-1 Preston: PROMOTED

Oh, that was sweet.

Last night Newcastle United achieved promotion back to the Premier League courtesy of a 4-1 mauling of visitors Preston North End. It was an incredible day, replete with goals, booze, and many chants of the “we are going up” variety. 431 more words