Tag: English Premier League

  • Magpies Zone teamed up with The Times

    Regarding the start of Newcastle's new season, We’ve teamed up with The Times to celebrate the launch of The Goals hub, the new football service that offers subscribers the first chance to see every Premier League goal this season, both online and on smartphone.

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    We are giving Magpies Zone readers the chance to win one of  3 x three-month subscriptions to The Times Digital Pack, which, in addition to The Goals hub provides award-winning sport …

  • Newcastle’s new kit 2013-2014

    Newcastle United's new kit has just been released and already caused trouble.

    Papiss Cisse ahaed of a pre-season friendly

    All in all the style of the shirt is nice to look at and quite popular given the fact that the new Puma King 13-14 template has also been used for other football clubs like Feyenoord or Dortmund.

    The real reason for the problem was actually the club’s sponsorship with Wonga and the logo on the shirt. The Senegalese player Cisse has refused …

  • What Pardew should do against Stoke City

    Following the 2-0 defeat against Southampton on Sunday, anything I could possibly say about the midweek matchday against Stoke City has already been said many times before.

    Alan Pardew during the Premier League match

    I would prefer Pardew not once again stuck with 4-4-2 formation while playing away from home against a team playing with five in midfield and with our midfield containing two lightweights, Ferguson and Anita.

    Newcastle need to be far more solid while playing against Stoke City, that means …

  • What can we take from Newcastle home defeat against Swansea

    Well, firstly I thought we were better than last week – although that doesn't say a whole helluva lot. Secondly, I thought Swansea were good: their passing and movement were of a different class to our enthusiastic plodding.

    Sammy Ameobi during the Barclays Premier League match at St James Park

    They were the better team and deserved the three points, but only just managed to do that. I couldn't fault the effort yesterday but we lacked cohesion, playing like a group of individuals rather than as a …

  • Newcastle ends the Anfield misery with a point

    Yesterday we were so close to write the new chapter in our history at Anfield with a comfortable win. From our 18 Premierships games there we only can manage one win and it was in the early days of my Newcastle United history.

    Yohan Cabaye shoot for Newcastle’s first goal

    That day is when Kevin Keegan was Newcastle United manager and also our first Premier league season. Newcastle players who scored were Andy Cole and Rob Lee.

    And when Cabaye finally break …

  • Newcastle United bagged the baggies

    Newcastle bagged another unconvincing win last night against the Baggies. Hate to say, we are once again under par and were lucky to get three points from it.

    Hatem Ben Arfa and Youssouf Mulumbu battle for the ball

    We did had done most of the attacking last night, but was repeatedly fail to find the net where the visitors are often stretched us with their counter attacks which produce their equalising goal in the second-half.

    The Magpies hardworking players are finally get the goal ten …

  • 5under1and v Newcastle United – 10 Gladiators against 13 useless men

    Before the game was started today I have a slight concern that the dirty mackem were desperately want to see Tiote being sent-off in no matter what and they have to thank their extra man in the field for it.

    Yohan Cabaye celebrates his goal against 5under1and

    Yohan Cabaye gives the Magpies off to the perfect start in just three minutes of play and although the mackems and their helpers throwing everything they can in search for an equaliser, we held to …

  • Alan Pardew: We need to roll our sleeves up

    Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has revealed that he isn’t too worried after the defeat to Manchester United at the last weekend.

    Alan Pardew isn’t too worried after the defeat to Manchester United

    Pardew’s men were beaten 3-0 on home soil – the exact reverse score line from this fixture last season – but the Newcastle boss believes his team were beaten by a Red Devils side that were on top of their game.

    Sir Alex Ferguson’s men did appear to be firing on all cylinders. …

  • Reading (2) v Newcastle United (2) – Premierships match report

    Newcastle United were forced to accept a hard-earned one point at Madejski stadium infront of around 2K travelling Toon Army, after being left behind twice.

    Steven Taylor battle for the ball with Reading’s Pavel Pogrebnyak

    In the start of the first 30 minutes of play, the away team was dominating in terms of ball possession. In fact we did created a half-chance in the 11th minute when the Royals defenders Kaspars Gorkss clearance felt on to Ba who was then raced it down the right …

  • Newcastle United v Aston Villa, Barclays Premier League match review

    First half we were poor. With the exception of a few decent breaks down the left from Santon we showed very little effective attacking play.

    Gael Bigiramana during The Barclays Premier League

    Cabaye still looked as if he was on his holidays and Ben Arfa was having one of those frustrating afternoons when he kept running into trouble. Our delivery into the box, both from open play and from set pieces was absolutely woeful.

    Villa were no better but were worki g …