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  • Sign Up if you love the TOON, re-United for KEVIN KEEGAN

    Although no cinfirmation or the club official statement so far about the future of King Kev, but the press are all over the world reporting the news about his resignation from Newcastle United following of what so called a disagreements between Keegan and United boards, especially Dennis Wise and co.

    One of genuine Toon Army has set-up a petition online demanding Removal of Denis Wise and Mike Ashley from Newcastle United FC. SIGN THE

  • Kevin Keegan facing Newcastle United crossroads

    Seriously lads and lasses, this kind of story was the very last thing that I want to read at this moment. After being slight relieve on Toon's last juvenile deadline signings last night, I don't want to see Keegan walk away from the club today.

    Mind you, all the press today are busy reporting and updating the news, but deep inside I hope MA will keep and calm him down. I can not imagine what …

  • Football is business, and Business is (not too) Good at Newcastle

    The phrase is probably fit on Mike Ashley's mind while he buy out Newcastle United shares from the previous regime last year, and the current situation. He intends to make the benefit from the loyality of the Toon Army for his own fortune and enjoy the ballance of his pocket from Milner's transfer fee?


    Despite of his weekly appearance in Toon jersey and sit among the supporters in the away stand yesterday, it was clear …

  • Stand up and be counted, Milner shows it to the Toon Army

    Newcastle United pre-season frendliests have been in plus-minus shows us of what our new season would be. We started with a 4-1 win and end it with another win, with series of defeats and one draw in between.


    Mike Ashley was seen wearing the new purple away shirt with Coloccini's name on the back, with the player himself, a £9.5m switch to St James's Park, also present in the directors' box.

    United in silver, our …

  • Ashley Wants to Dominate the St. James Park Fortress

    To be honest, I was about to say that these couple of months until the start of next season are the most silent and worrying moments in my entire 15 years of supporting the Toon.

    And from the Journal news today, United owner Mike Ashley is going to take a more hands-on approach in the running of the club following a plea from Kevin Keegan. They said to have spoken to a senior member of …