Alan Pardew tips Newcastle star for Euro 2012

Posted by: Thomas Rooney · April 27, 2012 · Comment 

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is convinced that Hatem Ben Arfa should be rewarded for a fine Premier League season with a place in France’s Euro 2012 squad this summer.

Hatem Ben Arfa flying high with the Magpies

The youngster has been influential in Newcastle’s fantastic campaign that has seen them sit 4th in the table with just a few games to go.

A highlight for him was the fine goal during a 2-0 victory over Bolton earlier this month and it was …

Cissensational Newcastle United to storming through the Champions League

Posted by: Clarky · April 23, 2012 · Comment 

We were simply the better team today. There was a confidence and swagger about the lads that we haven’t really seen to date, and in spells during the 1st half in particular we played some lovely passing football and looked a really good side.

Papiss Cisse celebrates scoring against Stoke City

We’re scoring goals for fun, and have conceded only one goal in our last 6 games, with 3 consecutive clean sheets. Colo and Santon were imperious, Williamson quietly efficient and even …

Newcastle United’s European Dream

Posted by: Jane Francis · April 6, 2012 · Comment 

It is hard to imagine given the trials and tribulations of the past few seasons that with a mere handful of matches remaining in the League this year that the toon army are still in with a very realistic shout of attaining a hallowed place in European competition next season.

Toon Army is welcoming the Eurpean games next season

And not just in the Europa league, but with a reasonable shout at getting a coveted champions league spot. With the wheels properly off the …

Newcastle satisfying and a thoroughly deserved win

Posted by: Clarky · April 2, 2012 · Comment 

Liverpool started quicker than we did and created a few half chances with Bellamy getting far too much space and causing some problems for Jonas down our left.

Cheik Tiote vies with Liverpool's Andy Carroll

However, I thought we generally controlled the game in midfield, increasingly so as the game progressed, and over the course of the game we created more clearcut chances.

We were never under any concerted pressure defensively, but Williamson and Perch were really good. They contained Carroll fairly …

howay the lads