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Tyneside Club has Wembley in its Sights...

This season my commentary on the life and times of Newcastle United has been, for want of a better word, spotty. I’d like to give up credible excuses such as being a final year Law student is so demanding that my time for writing is nil, but that wouldn’t be true. 698 more words

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What's next for NUFC?

After an extended break from updating this blog I thought the recent departure of Alan Pardew to be just cause to flex my writing fingers to give a brief update on my stance as to what this actually means for the future of Newcastle United. 1,029 more words

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Is NUFC ready for the new season?

With the Football League already up and running, and the Premier League curtain raiser at Wembley done and dusted, there is nothing left to do other than to get the Premier League season up and running. 1,146 more words

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Should Loic Remy be given a THIRD chance at NUFC?

In recent light of events with the Loic Remy saga, the question posed in this article is, should he be given a third chance at Newcastle United? 408 more words

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NUFC or Mike Ashley's touring billboard?

No preludes. No flowery nonsense. Just straight to the point. I’ve not been writing about Newcastle United’s pre-season because I don’t give a shit about it. 801 more words

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Murdoch and Ashley in Cahoots?

Let’s be honest, journalists, and the parasitic profession┬áthat is journalism, has taken quite a blow following the Leveson enquiry, and in particular, the phone-hacking scandal. 513 more words

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Do New Signings Mark a Change in Direction for NUFC?

There you have it, the World Cup is sadly over, and I think few could have many complaints about the eventual winners. Germany were by far the best team in the tournament, combining ruthless efficiency with some moments of sheer class to deservedly win the most coveted prize in world football. 884 more words

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