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Archives: Newcastle United

How High Can Newcastle United and Sunderland Climb This Season?

Posted on by Bob Ruediger

  In a season that has been dominated by headlines pertaining mostly to the Big Four (along with Manchester City and Tottenham), one region of England’s rich footballing world that has often been overlooked is the northeast. This season brought … Continue reading

5 Observations From Newcastle United v Manchester United

Posted on by Saikat Mandal

After a devastating 3-0 loss to Newcastle United, Manchester United has suffered back-to-back defeats in the Barclays Premier League for the first time since March 2011 and now trails league leader Manchester City by three points at the top of … Continue reading

What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012: Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak. Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness. … Continue reading

Why Sunderland Will Finish Above Newcastle This Season

Posted on by Alex Muller

At the start of this season former Sunderland manager Steve Bruce declared his intention to finish above local rivals Newcastle at the end of the season and the two north east sides have had mixed fortunes in the Premier League … Continue reading

Depleted Newcastle United Faces Tough Test Against Norwich City

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

At the beginning of the season Newcastle United would have, with respect, viewed a trip to Norwich City as a maximum three pointer. Almost four months on, it’s fair to say circumstance has forced the Magpies to reassess this weekend’s … Continue reading

Fact or Fiction: The Winner of the Summer Transfer Window Is Tottenham

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

  “Fact Or Fiction” is a series that will be run every Friday. In this series, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed each offer their views on … Continue reading

What Can Newcastle Hope for Against Chelsea?

Posted on by Ben Johnson

I’ve been trying to do a weekly article lately, voicing my hopes and concerns for the upcoming match involving Newcastle. I have already done City and United, so let’s give Chelsea a whirl. The London club are the last of … Continue reading

What Can Newcastle Hope for Against Manchester United?

Posted on by Ben Johnson

After feeling upbeat and positive about Newcastle United’s prospects against Manchester City last week, I wrote an article about our chances that many of you may have read. Perhaps next time I should write less from the heart and more … Continue reading

What Can Newcastle Hope for Against Manchester City?

Posted on by Ben Johnson

httpv://youtu.be/KMh12qn6Eqg When the two remaining unbeaten clubs in the Premier League meet on Saturday, many will be expecting only one outcome. After City’s incredible early season form, which has seen them brush aside the likes of Spurs, Aston Villa and, … Continue reading

Manchester City vs Newcastle United: Two Teams On The Rise

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

The Premier League pace setters, Manchester City, against the season’s surprise package (Newcastle United) is one of a number of mouthwatering ties on offer this weekend. Norwich v Arsenal, Chelsea v Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa are all … Continue reading

Watch Out for Newcastle’s Upcoming Slide Down The Table

Posted on by Chris Allen

Even if we discount the fact that they have now named their stadium after a company that their owner runs, throwing almost 120 years of history into the gutter, Newcastle United have been hitting the headlines a lot more than … Continue reading

It’s Always St. James’ Park To Me

Posted on by Aram Gyan

As discussed here at EPL Talk last week, Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has decided to rechristen St. James’ Park, the club’s venerable home since 1892, as Sports Direct Arena. Predictably, the move has gone over as well as an episode of “Geordie … Continue reading

Too Much Importance Is Placed On Stadium Naming Rights in the Premier League

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

Corporations are taking over soccer, right? If you believe this, then the renaming of St. James’ Park is surely incontrovertible evidence on your behalf. Kristan Heneage already wrote about this, saying that the name is irrelevant since the ground will … Continue reading

Ridiculous St James’ Park Name Change Won’t Affect Newcastle United Fans

Posted on by Kristan Heneage

It’s a rare opportunity that I get to incorporate the words of William Shakespeare into an article. Yet in the wake of Mike Ashley’s decision to rename St James’ Park, a friend promptly text messaged me asking what I thought. … Continue reading

Newcastle United Renames St. James’ Park as Sports Direct Arena

Posted on by Dan Watson

What hasn’t been reported by the media about Newcastle United this season? We’ve had praise for the way the team has played (except, of course, from BBC pundit and moustache fetishist Mark Lawrenson). We’ve had criticism about strength of depth … Continue reading

Top 10 Best Premier League Transfer Signings So Far This Season

Posted on by Jordan Lovesey

We’re almost a third of the year through the 2011-12 Premier League season, and already several summer signings have stood out as comparatively bargain buys. Which clubs have done their best homework to find the bargains who are producing the … Continue reading

Glory Days Are Back at Newcastle United (And My Affair With the Geordie Nation)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before FOX Sports World (now FOX Soccer) launched in 1997, the only way to watch live Premier League matches on a Saturday in the United States was via closed circuit TV. Every Saturday morning, I would drive the 32 miles … Continue reading

Newcastle United vs Everton Preview: Injury Doubts For Both Teams

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

On the back of arguably their best result of the season so far, Newcastle United host Everton tomorrow (in the early kickoff) in their bid to make it 14 unbeaten in the Premier League. The Magpies climbed to third on … Continue reading