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End game is in sight – do Newcastle United have enough to beat the drop?

I remember the very day Steve McClaren was appointed Newcastle United manager. There was a strong feeling of disappointment on my part, and indeed the majority of other Newcastle United supporters. It just didn’t make sense from a footballing point of view, but marked a very predictable move by Managing Director, Lee Charnley. Mr. Charnley has been at the club …

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Gini Wijnaldum celebrates scoring his fourth goal against Norwich City

Newcastle United – doing things the right way but is it all too late?

The close of the January transfer window marked a reasonably successful recruitment drive from Newcastle United. They managed to secure the signings of raw British talent in the form of Jonjo Shelvey and Andros Townsend, while also adding Champions League pedigree to their ranks with the acquisition of Roma’s Seydou Doumbia on loan until the end of the season. …

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Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring for Newcastle United.

Steve McClaren, mayhem and the mess at Newcastle United

McClaren - Failing to make the transition from Championship to Premier League We are now thirteen games into the new Premier League season at St. James’ Park and being perfectly honest, I couldn’t be bothered writing an article on this squad or this football club but duties call, and a post is due. My last piece on Coloccini committing his future to the …

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Steve McClaren looks dejected as Newcastle United are beaten by West Ham

Lee Charnley – Wrong man in the wrong position at the wrong time

There is a reason I haven’t written very much about Newcastle United in the past 12 months. Actually, there’s a numbers of reasons. I no longer really enjoy it. I no longer enjoy trying to look at the bright side at Newcastle United as a football club because at this moment in time, it’s pointless. Newcastle United isn’t a football club …

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Lee Charnley oversees Newcastle United's relegation scalp with West Ham

Sammy Ameobi – 11 games to save his Newcastle United career

Ameobi - Will find out whether he has merited a new contract at St. James’ in May. Samuel Oluwaseyi J. ‘Sammy’ Ameobi was the talk of Newcastle United’s youth academy a matter of years ago. He was dubbed as something special, with incredible feet, lighting pace, and creativity by the bucket loads. He was set to keep the famous Ameobi lineage …

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Sammy Ameobi takes on Karl Henry of QPR

Newcastle United Quiz #2: Test your Toon Trivia!

It’s Thursday all over again and while Newcastle United look to close in on a deal for the highly talented Dele Alli of MK Dons, Tyne Time takes a moment to offer up 10 interesting questions on Newcastle United. You may have completed plenty of NUFC quizzes throughout the week, or even today alone, but its unlikely you’ll have met the nature of the …

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Newcastle United Quiz

Newcastle in pole position for Dele Alli as Villa try to hijack deal

Dele Alli looks set to become a Newcastle United player before the close of the transfer window, despite late efforts from Aston Villa to hijack the deal. It has been well reported throughout the past fortnight that NUFC have been keeping tabs on the highly rated 18 year-old midfielder, and various media outlets claim that the sides agreed a deal over the past day. …

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Dele Alli in action for MK Dons

Newcastle United Quiz: Test your Toon Trivia!

It’s Thursday evening and let’s be honest - there isn’t much to do aside from refreshing Twitter with the hope that Newcastle United have sensationally unveiled Frank de Boer as their new head-coach. Either that, or you could read the countless, substance-less rumours about Newcastle United’s transfer ambitions this January. You might even want …

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Newcastle United Quiz

An honest assessment of interim head-coach John Carver

Few Newcastle United fans will forget Sir Bobby Robson’s era. It was filled with great memories, from De Kuip to the San Siro - Stadium of Light to Elland Road. During the height of his reign, we were one of strongest teams in the Premier League and at one stage, looked like a contender for the title. Those were the days; Alan Shearer in his finest form, a back …

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John Carver down through the years at Newcastle United

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