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    Nil Nil, We Won that Nil Nil at Stamford Bridge

    No one really believed we could do it, not even Screacher (or even me -Ed), but it was great, and always an honour to be in amongst the Toon lads.

    A great effort by everyone, the back four (before it became a back seven) did really well and need credit for stopping a very good Chelski side. Was especially impressed by Bassong and thought Enrique raised his game up a couple of notches to put …

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    Newcastle United 0 vs Chelsea 2, Smith Out This Weekend

    This is nothing to do with helping or not helping the other team to win the title this season, and I can accept the defeat as long as we have been playing well thoroughly the 90 minutes.

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    It was another wrong player in the wrong place when Keegan once again give Alan Smith a probably his last chance in Black-and-White. He has not giving anything for this team since his move from Manchester United in …

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    The Magpies Has Slim Chance to Finish 10th This Season

    Although very slim, but we still have the chance to finish in 10th place this season, something that is hard to imagine regarding to our relegation battle couple months ago.

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    To achieve that, we must win the last two matches against Chelsea and Everton. If we can do that we will have 49 points in total, with assumption Spurs lost in their final match at White Hart Lane against Liverpool and West Ham also lost …

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    Newcastle United Will Do The Job Honestly Tomorrow

    I Luv It! I Really Luv It! Who knows that we will be this important to the other team premierhips title hope and a win against Chelsea would be open champagnes at Old Trafford and a deserve thank you letter personally from Sir Alex Fergusson for the Toon lads and Kevin Keegan.

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    In contrast to what happened around 12 years ago when we were the side who is in the title race with Sir Alex …

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    Just Another Toon Test Next Monday Night

    First of all, I'd like to congratulates them for going to the final of Champions league for the very first time. It was a good game to watch and they clearly deserve to win the semi-final.

    But, for the next Monday night fixture at St. James's Park, we will give them another hard game. Our last home game this season against the Blues would be another test for Toon revivals under Kevin Keegan. A win …