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  • Shola On Loan With Potters Until the End of Season

    After making just eight appearances for Newcastle this season, Shola Ameobi will end the season as Stoke City player after signed a loan deal with the Potters for the rest of the season.

    Before the confirmation of his loan signing, Ameobi has been named in the Newcastle squad for tonight's reserve team match against Manchester United at Northwich Victoria. He finds the target in last week's 2-2 reserve draw at Bolton Wanderers.

    Newcastle manager Kevin …

  • FA Cup 3rd Round Replay – Preview

    I’m expecting some fun tonight, OK Stoke will be big and direct – brilliant, there is no way we’ll cope with this very brainy tactic so we’ll have to counter it. We have no players apart from my team. This team can only play one way – attack.

    I honestly can not see any other way for us but to go 100% at them. Go at them with every damn thing we’ve got. Width, pace, …

  • It Couldn’t Have Been Any Better Than It Was at Britannia

    Again, Newcastle United is having a winable game against lower team from different division last night, but failed to manage the win as the lucky Stoke side fought back bravely in second-half.


    As always, the Cup romance is producing numbers of shock and sad stories, especially for the Premiership teams. Year after year, the lower division teams give difficult times for any team above them and for us, it's looking worst because we are being …

  • Stoke City 0 (0) v Newcastle United 0 (0) – FA Cup 3rd Round

    Big Sam is again making changes on his team and it was quite surprising me to see Rozehnal and Duff playing on the right hand side of Newcastle team.

    Eneique making appearance in left-back and Allardyce pushed N'Zogbia to field in Duff position. Faye and Taylor guard the heart of United defence today. Big Sam is look to forcing a win as he came up with 4-3-3 formation using Alan Smith operating just behind the …

  • Magpies Ready to Fight in Land of Giants

    Sam Allardyce has received the second message about tomorrow's opponent Stoke City in FA Cup third round at Britannia Stadium. Lee Clark warns Big Sam to watch out for Potters aerial attack, as his Norwich side suffered defeats from their last 10 matches against them.


    Newcastle boss also have the same message from Glenn Roeder when both managers attanding the Cup draws. Glenn said that Magpies have to pay more attantion to their diagonal ball …