Andy Murray felt the wrath of the Twitteratti on Thursday and now it's Newcastle United's turn, thanks to Puma. A club who
Many would argue that a stroke of luck in the transfer market which led to the Tyneside club signing the likes of Yohan Cabaye, Hatem Ben Arfa and Cheick Tiote on the cheap, made Pardew look better than he is and have helped in prolonging his stay. Now that the dust has settled, his tactical and man-management deficiencies seem to be showing him up for what he really is.
Newcastle winger Jonas Gutiérrez has revealed he is having treatment after being diagnosed with testicular cancer. The popular
Remember that interview Joe Kinnear gave talkSPORT when he managed to get countless Newcastle players' names wrong? Well
Managers have been taking risks by signing injured players or those with a lengthy injury history for a while now, as well as being desperately unlucky when they pick one up soon after arriving. Here are five recent signings who, had they stayed fit, could have drastically improved their club's season.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew and club captain Fabricio Coloccini attended the funeral of supporter Liam Sweeney, the
Manchester City will have no trouble filling their stadium when its expansion is completed if there are more people like
Van Gaal will derive more out of the United team than Moyes Newcastle, now free of the deluded Joe Kinnear, have spent plenty
While most teams tend to float around the same part of the table for a few years at least, the Magpies have barely established any degree of consistency in their position over the past 21 years... Breaking into the top 7 may be beyond Newcastle United, but improving on last season and moving up the Premier League certainly isn't.
If there was one thing Nicola Cortese's era at Southampton taught kit designers it was you shouldn't mess with the stripes