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Tag Archives: Newcastle

A Letter To Joe Kinnear From a Newcastle United Supporter

Posted on by Brian O'Toole
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It’s been three weeks. And we love a good messiah at Newcastle. Keegan and Shearer are just two examples. Three weeks to summon the energy, nay the will, to put down in words how I feel about the return of … Continue reading

Is the Future of the Premier League Bright or Not?

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

Football needs to be careful. We all love the drama of a good transfer deadline day and that feeling when your club lands a great player is brilliant but the whole situation is becoming scary. As I sit and write … Continue reading

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 8, 2010

Posted on by Footie Phantom

Today’s video features Manchester United players in an ad for a popular vodka. Poor Rio barely gets a touch though. Thanks to Off The Post for the good find. Here’s the links: Ray Wilkins speaks [Vital Football] Everton secure young … Continue reading

Premier League Links Of The Day: November 29, 2010

Posted on by Footie Phantom

Our second installment of ‘Premier League Links Of The Day’ is here! Today’s video features Dimitar Berbatov and his thoughts on his recent five goal performance. Here’s the links: EPL’s 10 dirties players [Bleacher Report] Adrian Durham’s team of the … Continue reading

A Few Thoughts About Hope and Sunderland FC

Posted on by Matt Duncan

That most alluring of feelings is what football fans breathe. The hope that this season might be the one, the hope that today we might just beat them. It is the reason we all get so excited in the middle of August and on the first weekend of January. Hope is the reason that we keep following our team, even though all logic suggests that we have no chance. Continue reading

What Parachute Payment Changes Mean To The Football League

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

If you have seen the news recently regarding parachute payments, you may have also heard that many clubs originally were against the proposal, mainly those who were in league’s one and two. It could appear that the football league has … Continue reading

Newcastle Need Not Spend Reflexively, Mr. Cole

Posted on by Richard Farley

Andrew “Andy” Cole (he wants to be called Andrew) is one of the iconic players of the Premier League, a legend at two clubs, one of which is Newcastle. Like he needs an introduction from me. If you’re here, you … Continue reading

Being A Football Fan Can Be A Fickle Old Folly

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

In Europe, following a football team can be a lot like gaining another sibling. You even see in places like Argentina, where money is scarce, people will come out to see their team and live every moment of their season … Continue reading

The Damned (Scunny) United: Clough On Watch, But Why?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

In a weekend hit by weather misery here in the UK thanks to the government’s clear lack of contingency, Derby did manage to get their game against Scunthorpe United kicked off but in hindsight would rather they’d followed the lead of … Continue reading

My Favourite Football Moment Of The Decade

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

I was looking around a few sites, particularly reading all the articles on epltalk.com that have recently been posted and they have been looking back over what has been an amazing decade for football. You can go to any sports … Continue reading

The Premiership Team Of The Decade

Posted on by Paul Bestall

This decade has seen the Premiership continue to grow and attract some of the worlds greatest players throughout the last ten years. By continuing to attract some of the biggest stars in the world, only La Liga can truly consider … Continue reading

The Championship: Halfway There

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Unless your team was unfortunate enough to be struck by bad weather (particularly Barnsley), you may realise we are now at the halfway point of the Championship season. 23 games gone and all of sudden ambitions become a bit clearer … Continue reading

Newcastle V Middlesbrough Preview: The Biggest North East Derby Of The Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Apologies for a lack of updates lately, with the amount of work I’ve been doing lately my life mirrors the ‘congested holiday fixture list’! Unfortunately this weekend we have once again discovered that the UK is the only country more … Continue reading

Darren Ferguson sacked by Peterborough?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Even though Peterborough are currently remaining silent on reports while I write this, the man who lead the Posh from the bottom division of the football league to the Championship has apparently been relieved of his duties. Chairman Darragh MacAnthony … Continue reading