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  • Newcastle maintain the unbeaten record and stay in fourth place

    After a dramatic evening at St. James' Park and a four goals contest between United and Spurs, we are delighted in the results that we still unbeaten and keep the fourth place for another week.

    Shola Ameobi celebrates with Yohan Cabaye after scoring [Magpies Zone/GettyImages/DayLife]

    This is the game that most of the Toon Army have something to fear of about the moral of team and the strength of our defense in particular. Many times I've read that our current position in the Premierships table …

  • Newcastle United fail again to close the gap into Europe

    Newcastle United once again without Joe Barton in midfield and I can see the Toon was losing his passion and accurate crossing against the Toffees today. Yes, we can score first but after that we have difficulties to create another chances.

    Shola Ameobi, man in the mask

    We score thanks to Best who was on the right position in teh right time. The goal was come with helps from Everton defenders who was too focus on their right defensive area and …

  • The Day When Newcastle United is The Best Team in North East

    Frankly, I'm really nervous before and at the start of kick-off, and if Steve Bruce ever said couple days ago that he was shaking to face one of the most fierce football derby in the world, the Tyne and Wear derby, I am also have the same feeling.

    Shola Ameobi - Home ground proud Geordie boy who scores for Newcastle United against Sunderland

    It was the game that every Toon Army in every corner of the universe would not take it as the losing side, where the pride of Black-and-White …

  • Toon Star Calls For Points On The Tyne

    Newcastle United's home form will be key to their Premier League chances this season as they cannot rely on away performances to see them through, according to Shola Ameobi.

    Shola Ameobi during the Carling Cup 3rd Round match against Chelsea

    The striker helped his side rescue a point at St James Park at the weekend, where they came from two goals down to scrape a late draw with a struggling Wigan side.

    Newcastle started strongly at home with a 6-0 thrashing of Aston Villa, but since …

  • Chelsea vs Newcastle United, FA Carling Cup Third Round Post Match Review

    We visit Stamford Bridge with everyone expecting us to get thrashed by the current Premierships leader, but we simply answer all those predictions with a good win.

    The game itself starting as everyone wishes when Patrick Van Aanholt opened the scoring in six minutes on the clock but Nile Ranger, pay his terrible mistake who lead to Chelsea's first goal, slide the ball home on 27 minutes.

    Newcastle was far the better team after Ranger's …