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Archives: Newcastle United

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 33: Newcastle United At Top of the Form Table

Posted on by Karl Sears

With the gap starting to widen between first and second place, Manchester City were going to have to start winning big to pull back some ground on United. After a nightmare gameweek 32 for the Citizens, gameweek 33 was somewhat … Continue reading

Top 10 Premier League Transfer Targets for Sky Six Clubs

Posted on by Steve Howells

In the most open Premier League campaign in recent times, the league has yet again proven why it’s regarded as one of the most exciting leagues in the world. Surprise packages in the form of Norwich, Newcastle and Swansea have … Continue reading

The Battle For Fourth Place in the Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The battle for fourth in the Premier League is a heated competition between four different clubs: Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Newcastle United and — the club that will probably finish third — Arsenal. The hotly contested fourth position will result in … Continue reading

5 Premier League Star Players No-One Expected This Season

Posted on by Peter Sharland

The Premier League season has once again provided all the thrills and spills that we come to expect from the most exciting league in the world. One of the most refreshing things about this division is the fact that there … Continue reading

Newcastle United Within Grasping Distance of Champions League Qualification

Posted on by Morgan Green

Newcastle United has come a long way over the past several seasons. Since relegation in 2009, the team has fought its way back to becoming a contender for Europa League qualification and an outside shot at a the fourth Champions … Continue reading

Swansea 0-2 Newcastle United: Swans Come Undone Against Toon Army

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

Oh Swansea, my Swansea. Well, they’re not my team, though they have been adopted as the favored squad of most Premier League neutrals. Silky smooth, yet flamboyantly frustrating, the Swans pass the ball around the park, only for it to … Continue reading

What Now for Andy Carroll?

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

“He was the best person we could have got in to play the number nine shirt.” That’s how Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish described the £35m capture of Andy Carroll shortly after the striker’s move to Anfield last year. It was … Continue reading

James Perch and Pepe Reina Incident Demonstrates the Flaws in Modern Soccer

Posted on by Ahmed Yussuf

Yesterday’s Newcastle United against Liverpool match demonstrated the flaws in modern soccer. The simulation by James Perch after a clash of heads between him and Pepe Reina was a prime example of this. The blatant deception of officials seems to … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 31: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If Fernando Torres can do it, why can’t Andy Carroll? Newcastle United host Liverpool in the early Sunday kickoff in a match that will see the return of Andy Carroll to the hallowed pitch at St. James’ Park. It’ll be … Continue reading

Find Out Who’s In the Premier League Team of the Season 2011-12

Posted on by Alex Muller

Out friends over at The Football Daily have thought long and hard this week about which 11 players deserve to be in the Premier League team of the season for 2011-12. The results from their number crunching and debates have … Continue reading

An Early Look at the Contenders for the Premier League Manager of the Season Award

Posted on by Scott Fulton

The Premier League Manager of the Season award is always a contentious one. Whilst usually dominated by the manager of the league champions, there are often several contenders. Overachievers competing for Europe? The newly promoted side comfortable in mid table? … Continue reading

Old Firm Derby and West Brom vs Newcastle United: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s not often that we talk about Scottish Premier League football, but we’re faced with three realities. One, the Old Firm Derby is on today (8am ET). Two, FOX Soccer is televising the game live. And three, there is only … Continue reading

Greatest Premier League XI Of All Time: From 1992 to 2012

Posted on by Saikat Mandal

Since its inception in 1992/93, the English Premier League has gone from strength to strength, establishing it as one of the best leagues in the world. Many top players from all around the world have graced the league over the … Continue reading

Newcastle United Improve Their Finances, But Will Fans Ever Take to Owner Mike Ashley?

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

Having enjoyed a fantastic season on the pitch, Newcastle United fans have more reason to be optimistic after the club announced a vast improvement of their finances today. The Magpies revealed figures for the financial year ending 30 June 2011, … Continue reading

What I Learned About Your Premier League Club This Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the 20 years that I’ve followed the Premier League, this season has been the most unique for me. In previous years, I watched the league with an unbiased lens, able to dish out criticism and laud players and teams … Continue reading

Random Thoughts From Premier League Gameweek 26

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

1. Arsenal fans can exhale and begin chanting, “All is well”. Yes, the Gunners played much better Sunday, but this is still the same club that was routed at the San Siro recently so it is difficult to get a firm … Continue reading

Newcastle United 2-2 Wolves: The Calm After The Storm

Posted on by Chris Machin

At the back end of a turbulent and degrading fortnight where all things Wolverhampton Wanderers were concerned, a chink of light appeared through the widening cracks to lift the spirits that had previously hit rock bottom. Although the departure of … Continue reading

Spurs v Newcastle Preview: Premier League’s Top Two English Managers Meet At White Hart Lane

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

In a week where Alan Pardew has been linked with managing England, the Newcastle boss takes his side to Tottenham Hotspur as they aim to continue their odds-defying season. Following Fabio Capello’s resignation from the national set-up on Wednesday evening, … Continue reading