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Archives: Newcastle United

Hughton Eases Pressure With Fantastic Derby Win.

Posted on by James Beckett

By all accounts it has been a rollercoaster week for Newcastle United boss Chris Hughton. After an impressive win away to West Ham, bookmakers suspended betting on Hughton been the next Premier League manager to lose his job. The pressure was … Continue reading

The Tyne-Wear Derby: Preview And Why It Is So Big This Year

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Newcastle and Sunderland…where to begin? They may not be the most recognisable teams in the world and I’m pretty sure there are a lot of people in the world that have never even heard of these two places. They sound … Continue reading

It’s A Big Weekend For…West Ham

Posted on by James Beckett

Avram Grant must love a challenge. Last year he took on the impossible task of trying to keep a debt-ridden Portsmouth in the Premier League, and this term he has turned his attentions to ensuring West Ham don’t also suffer … Continue reading

Injuries Are A Part Of Football

Posted on by James Beckett

The League Managers Association have hit back at Danny Murphy over his comments regarding managers creating bad tackles. The LMA were deeply unimpressed after the Fulham midfield claimed that the likes of Tony Pulis, Sam Allardyce and Mick McCarthy deliberately … Continue reading

Manchester City Grind Another Result Out

Posted on by James Beckett

The old saying is that a good team can grind out a result when they are not playing well. Well Manchester City did that today with a hard fought win over an impressive Newcastle United side. If there is one … Continue reading

Newcastle United And Stoke City, Two Sides That Won't Go Down

Posted on by James Beckett

Stoke continued their recent revival with a hard fought win over Newcastle today, but the game will have been a learning curve for Potters boss Tony Pulis who had to switch back to his old ways after a poor first … Continue reading

Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle United, A True Premier League Classic

Posted on by James Beckett

Date: 3rd April 1996 Let me set the scene. Newcastle United had been having their best season in decades. But after blowing a huge lead at the top of the Premiership, they know they that must bring back three points … Continue reading

Which Premier League Side has the Best Home Support?

Posted on by Jesse Chula
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That’s the question I want readers of EPL Talk to pay special attention to over the course of the next few weeks as each club will get a chance to open up a new season at home. As the new … Continue reading

Gooch: The Great American Hope

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Oguchi Onyewu like many young American players of this generation has never played in Major League Soccer. Unlike many young American players, “Gooch” has drawn the interest of the biggest, most visible clubs in Europe. Onyewu who has only a … Continue reading

Newcastle Fan Adds Thoughts About Chelsea

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Premiership Countdown: 4 Days to Go. By Bruce Gottesman, EPL Talk correspondent One thing I noticed about Chelsea’s squad: How many central players do they think they can put on the field at once? The key to their season to … Continue reading

Hope Springs Eternal for Newcastle United Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Premiership Countdown: 9 Days to Go. By Bruce Gottesman, EPL Talk correspondent I’ve followed Newcastle United since early in the 2001-2 season. A couple of things happened at that time which led to that: MLS contracted the Miami Fusion. I … Continue reading

Good Week For Newcastle Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Today’s guest blog posting is from South Florida resident and Newcastle United fan Bruce Gottesman. While Newcastle will be burned on the retinas of anyone watching “GOAL: The Movie” that debuts across the US on Friday May 12, Bruce has … Continue reading

Graeme Souness’s Biggest Mistake

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Graeme Souness knows his days are numbered. And it’s his own fault. His extremely negative attitude the past few weeks when answering questions from the press has had a detrimental effect on the team’s play. He’s been clutching on to … Continue reading

Premiership Roundup, January 14-15 2006

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Other observations from this weekend’s Premiership matches: Liverpool’s Cisse changes his hairstyle again (sheesh). Newcastle adds a new third strip. This one is the new style that Adidas has launched, and looks almost identical to Liverpool’s new home strip (scheduled … Continue reading

Premiership & The Continental Divide

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Is it any coincidence that out of the top five teams in the EPL table, that four of the five managers are from the continent? Of course, the foreign managers are in charge of big money clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool, … Continue reading