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Why I Love Football
Why players must be fully medically screened
13:30 Monday 12th June 2017

The tragic news that former Newcastle United attacker Cheick Tiote passed away after collapsing in a training session in China has been a shock to all. The Ivorian was just 30-years-old and was taken to hospital in China where he had been playing…

Opinion
RIP Cheick Tiote: 4 things we remember about the ex-Newcastle midfielder
18:00 Tuesday 6th June 2017

The football universe was once again rocked by tragedy, Monday morning, after it surfaced that Ivorian midfielder, Cheick Tiote, had passed away on the pitch. Tiote, who spent a bulk of his playing career at Newcastle United, lost consciousness…

Opinion
Cheick Tiote – A Newcastle United Legend
12:41 Tuesday 6th June 2017

As Newcastle fans, players and club officials digested the terrible news of Cheick Tiote's sudden death in China, they were also reminded of the untimely loss of former goalkeeper Pavel Srnicek who died at the age of 47 while jogging in his…

Opinion
Why Crystal Palace visit brings a new kind of pressure for Rafa Benitez and Newcastle
18:15 Thursday 28th April 2016

After achieving results against Manchester City and Liverpool, can Newcastle handle the pressure of being favourites against fellow strugglers Crystal Palace?

Football
No Cups But Plenty Of Mugs
18:38 Friday 16th March 2012

Manchester United's exit from the Europa League was only remedied by the later exit of rivals Manchester City. Whilst United were contenders for the competition, City were the favourites so that's a minor, albeit churlish, positive for United…

Football
Can Newcastle Finish Fourth?
20:04 Monday 6th February 2012

5th February 2012 at a cold Sports Direct Arena and the home team grab a 2-1 victory over a defensively questionable and dull Aston Villa side, thanks to goals from two chaps called Demba. Whilst, there was nothing extraordinary about the result…

Football
Wolves vs. Newcastle Match Report
16:27 Monday 3rd October 2011

The term ‘a game of two halves' would be slightly misplaced when reviewing the match at Molineux yesterday. More appropriate perhaps would be to say Newcastle are a team of two halves. First half saw them show the kind of passing ability, clinical…

Football
Newcastle United v Arsenal - Preview from a Toon fan
21:09 Saturday 13th August 2011
By Danny

February 5th 2011. I was there, That awful opening 20 minutes were some of the worst I had ever witnessed first hand as an NUFC fan. As Robin Van Persie put away his second of the night and Arsenal's third, my view of the pitch and stands of…