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    Newcastle United 2 vs Fulham FC 0, Torrid Game for United

    No changes on either side with United kick-off the second-half. Michael Owen is in the mood to booked his name again on scoresheet today but was unlucky to see Barton's delivery ball run away from him inside the area.

    But again, it was Jimmy Bullard again trying to give a test to United's goalkeeper, but this time it's far from troubling Steve Harper as the ball flying high.

    Fulham have early corner in the second-half …

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    Newcastle United vs Fulham FC, Viduka Give 1-0 Lead at Half Time

    Relegation threat? It seems that all the lads finally realized their future is depends on how they perform and today they have shown good commitments in our second vital game of our battle series to avoid the drop zone.

    In another full house St. James's Park, Newcastle looking dangerous when attacking the visiting side. Keegan is once again pulling out the United striking force in Viduka, Martins and Owen in a 4-3-3 Cavaliers formation (that's …

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    Newcastle United Will Always Be Special

    Ask any player who ever been to St. James' Park and wearing the Black-and-White stripes, how does it feels playing infront of thousands Geordies faithful each Saturday and hear the roaring thunder everytime the Magpies scores. That moment would be hard to forget.


    Even for Andy Cole, who has been quoted as the Geordies number one enemy for what he said after leaving Tyneside to join Manchester United. Deep down inside, they will never forget …

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    Fulham (0) 0 vs Newcastle United (0) 1 – Match Reports

    Another away performance which is can not be described as a much more improvement than our last two games. This one is kind of boring and backwards from the way we play on our last fixtures against Arsenal or Birmingham.

    Newcastle have a good chance to take the lead in quarter with Butt switches play to Milner, twists inside and out of Omozusi and crosses deep into Fulham's penalty area. Barton who gets there first …

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    Tell Me Ma, We’re Gannin To Putney End!

    Claudio Cacapa is set to be back into United's squad today after recovery from a hamstring injury. Newcastle Brazilian defender is determined to prove he is still as good as he is before that earned him a place in Big Sam revolution at Tyneside.


    Allardyce said that Claudio had been superb for us since his signing for Toon from French outfit Lyon, and how we have missed his experience and guile. Allardyce admitted he did …