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  • Sam Allardyce’s Chinese Horoscope Forecast in 2008

    We will have the year of an Earth Rat according to the ancient Chinese astrology calendar starting from February 7th, 2008. Being a bit curious in what is the forecast for Big Sam in 2008, I did a little web research to find out.

    Sam Allardyce (born October 19th, 1954)
    Sam AllardyceBig Sam's Chinese horoscope sign is Horse with wood element. All in all, the 2008 forecast said it’s going to be a lucky year for …

  • Sam Allardyce Will Stay As Newcastle United Manager In 2008

    Times Online report today write about Chris Mort, the Newcastle United chairman, has insisted the club are not looking for a replacement for Sam Allardyce although the former Bolton Wanderers manager has endured another intensely difficult period during Christmas.

    We have seen United side only taken just one Premier League point from a possible of nine with a special ‘Chritmas gift' from Joey Barton by remanded in custody on charges of common assault and affray …

  • Every Games should Be The Biggest Game for Newcastle

    Sam Allardyce has gathered all his available Newcastle United players to a special meeting yesterday partly to explain Joey Barton's absence and the most important thing it was also intended to remind the squad of their manager's priorities.

    The Guardian reporting today's match have been said as the one that some of United squad especially looking forward to, but Allardyce has told them about his concerned that too many of them raise their games for …

  • It is Not an Easy Job To Chop A Manager

    Chronicle has a report yesterday about Newcastle United chairman Chris Mort who was tight-lipped when he left the JJB Stadium after the dismal defeat by Wigan Athletic. Contrasting to him, a lot of Toon supporters were up in arms against manager Sam Allardyce.


    To speak the truth we have a (what can only be described) wretched performance and result after coming hard from behind twice on a 2-2 home draw with Derby last Sunday. At …

  • Between Sam Allardyce and Arsene Wenger – a Postmortem

    Any difference between them? Maybe it's just where their team position in the Premier League table, besides that both have been failed to secured a winable fixtures into the grab. More worst to us, Big Sam and his “lazy” squad totally awful, disintegrated and showing no passion once again.


    “We picked a side to live with the tempo we knew they would try and play at, and simply from start to finish we didn't manage …