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  • Magpies 2 – 1 Canaries

    Finally the Magpies can score from corner after 2 long years of waiting, but we also let them crawl one back from another corner situation where we supposed to burried them deeper in second half.

    Loic Remy scores Newcastle's first goal of the game

    At the start of the game, we were the brilliant side and took the lead in just 2 minutes of play with Remy converted the goal from Cabaye's corner.

    Since that quick goal, we keep the heavy pressure under the …

  • Newcastle January Prospects

    Much was made of Newcastle’s shortcomings in the summer transfer window, with loan signing Loic Remy our only bit of serious business. After an indifferent start to the season manager Alan Pardew admitted that he will be strengthening the squad come January. We’ve taken a look at some of the players who could well be on the Magpies radar.

    Alan Pardew admitted that he will be strengthening the squad in January

    Wilfred Zaha

    The Manchester United ace has been strongly linked with a January loan move to …

  • 5under1and 2-1 Newcastle

    Not much to be proud of the Toon performance today against the mackems. It's a bit surprising me that the lads seems to lost their appetite to destroy the SMB or have they been forgotten about how important this game was?

    Mathieu Debuchy scores his first goal for Newcastle United

    Fletcher's goal early in the first half was probably the sign of what coming up next or to decide the way of the game, but Newcastle regained the more possessions and attempts in the …

  • Remy Casts Doubt on Permanent Switch

    Nothing is ever straight-forward at Newcastle United and it now seems as though a permanent deal to sign Loic Remy may not be as cut and dried as was thought.

    Loic Remy celebrating Cabaye’s goal against Liverpool

    The 26-year-old Frenchman agreed to move to Tyneside on a loan agreement from QPR in the summer and has done much to lift spirits amongst the Toon Army, scoring five goals in just five appearances for Alan Pardew’s inconsistent side.

    When the season-long loan transfer …

  • The Green, Green Grass of Toon

    Newcastle United – great club, great fans and yet always seeming to lurch from one crisis to the next.

    The Toon Army celebrating the goals at Cardiff

    Even when they were blazing a Premiership trail a couple of seasons ago, qualifying for Europe and playing an expansive and attractive brand of football along the way, there were still people muttering about how hard an act that would be to follow and how Europe would put an unholy strain on the squad.

    Both of …