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    Newcastle held in a goalles draw at Loftus Road

    Not the best game to watch so far at the start of this season from Newcastle United while the Magpies flying to Loftus Road, the nest of Queens Park Rangers, but I'm quite satisfied with the result.

    Tim Krul looking hopeless when Wright-Phillips chips the ball over him [Magpies Zone/Reuters/DayLife]

    The game actually going in high tempo with both teams have creating some chances in the first half, but it's normally that the home side is getting the best of it the most, but thanks to our both …

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    Huge deserved credits to wor Barton today against Wolves players

    This is the first magpies zone post of the new Newcastle United premierships season and what makes me write again is after I saw a new Barton playing before my eyes (well infront of television actually).

    And for this new post, I want to give him huge deserved credits for keeping his concentration all the way up until the very end of the game before finally being booked at the death of injury time.

    The …

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    Verdict from the Emirates, strange Newcastle team got beaten again

    Strange one. If we'd played like we did at OT against Manure we'd not have been outclassed. KK said before that game that he'd got the lads to believe that Manure weren't infallible and it worked.


    At the Emirates, we were flat footed, never really got going keeping the ball and overall were outclassed by Arse who were obviously stinging from the Fulham defeat plus had talisman Fabrigthingy back.

    There were only glimpses of Arse …

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    Newcastle United vs Bolton match review

    As expected, notloB were hard to break down. They came with little invention and seemed pretty happy to hoof the ball up to Davies and Nolan when he got forward. First half was 0-0 (as I'm sure you all know), but I thought we'd shaded it, if only we did more attacking play.


    Their penalty was nailed-in, but I just had a sneaky feeling that Shay is on a bit of a roll (let's face …

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    If They Can Do It, We Also Should Do the Same

    Kevin Keegan in such full praise to his fellow Everton manager David Moyes for their wonderful achievement to finish fifth this season and get the UEFA spot.

    Toon Sunday's 3-1 defeat at Goodison Park saw the difference between a team with something to fight for against Newcastle team with nothing to lose and just play to complete the season off. To have lost Martins, Viduka, Geremi and Barton in the squad makes it even worst …