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  • What Happening Down There is the Battle Continued

    Surprise, surprise…the biggest surprise of the week is almost happening yesterday when the bottom team Bolton Wanderers was almost gave a total humiliation to the Gooners when they have lead by two goals and have Diabi sent-off at Reebok stadium.

    So, the bottom rocks are still struggling and thanks God to Pompeys for killing off Wigan and to Rovers who held Reading at their own homeland.

    Too bad for useless Manchester City and West Ham, …

  • Newcastle United vs Spurs, Post-Match Reviews

    What kind of passion that brings you in to become a Toon fans? What is the more important thing for you as a Toon Army, the team perform attacking football but get lost in-the-end or playing a “boring” tactical style of play and win?

    We are Proud Toon Army!Well, it is certainly satisfying the most if we can combine both things into one perfect solid performance with a three-points result each game. The fact is we can’t and to …

  • Newcastle (3) vs (1) Spurs – Joey On the Bench

    Oba Martins 45′, Caçapa 51′, Milner 73′ – Robbie Keane 57′

    Sam Allardyce still add Joey Barton on the bench while Newcastle playing against Spurs tonight. Barton who has just recover from broken metatarsal is considered fit, but Big Sam will not push him to make a starter.

    Another great appearance from the Bulls Enrique as he tries to get Martins away from Spurs defenders. Dawson is the only one who try to cut out …

  • Newcastle United vs Spurs – Team News

    I don’t know whether we have to feel grateful or not, but Spurs number one will missed a trip to St. James’ Park on Monday. While Newcastle will all fit except Mark Viduka and Alan Smith are the reguler team members that have their own reason to miss the match.

    Spurs will also missing some of their first team squad with Ricardo Rocha (ankle), Kevin-Prince Boateng (ankle), Benoit Assou-Ekotto (knee) and Ledley King (knee) while …

  • Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspurs; Goal Festivals?

    Newcastle United will host Spurs on Monday night Premier League clash at St. James’ Park. The game will also note as the first come back for Magpies midfielder Joey Barton after securing pass his injury.

    Newcastle have a magnificent record against the North Londoners in the Premiership as United have scored more times than what the club done to any other England Premier League team.

    Toon vs SpursThe last meeting on their own land, Newcastle roaring for …