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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. 401 more words

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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

Newcastle joins Brighton in promotion to Premier League

Two sides have now booked their trips to England’s top flight after Newcastle United rattled off its 27th win of the season.

[ MORE: Oriol Romeu — The perfectly poised destroyer… 165 more words

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Newcastle promoted back to the Premier League

Newcastle have bounced straight back up to the Premier League after securing a 4-1 win over Preston.

Rafa Benitez’s men grabbed their first win in four games thanks to goals from Christian Atsu, Matt Ritchie and a brace from Ayoze Perez. 100 more words


Newcastle 1-1 Leeds: Damn New Zealand and all its Inhabitants to Hell

I’m sure there’s a solitary German word for it, but I’m feeling a combination of the following emotions concurrently: anger, frustration, disappointment, resignation, anger, apoplexy, sadness, anger, and hate.  299 more words

A Case for Keith Stroud and Terrible Officials Everywhere

Understand this, dear reader: Had Newcastle lost yesterday due to the incompetence of one Keith Stroud, I wouldn’t be writing this piece now but instead would probably be jotting down a vicious polemic directed at him in particular and the FA in general. 502 more words