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Magpies Avoid Capital One Banana-skin

As others around them floundered, none more so that ailing Premier League side Manchester United, Tyneside breathed a sigh of relief as their own charges edged past the potential banana-skin of League One Gillingham.  With full debuts afforded to summer signings you would have been forgiven to think that this would have been a cruise control effort from the Magpies at the Priestfield ....

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Manchester City Match Report

Manchester City 4-0 Newcastle United Referee - Neil Swarbrick If reigning champions Manchester City were deflated after seeing rivals United take a step closer to winning this year's Barclays Premier League title by beating Sunderland prior to kick-off, it didn't show as they eased to victory over a somewhat makeshift Newcastle side.     Alan Pardew made four ....

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Wigan 2-1 Newcastle

Wigan 2-1 Newcastle  Referee - Mark Halsey Davide Santon scored his first goal in a Newcastle shirt, only to see his side concede a last minute goal to go down 2-1 against Wigan Athletic on Sunday.      The Italian full-back struck midway through the second half, latching on to a Papiss Cisse pass to cancel out Jean Beausejour's close-range opener ....

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Newcastle 2-1 Stoke City

Newcastle 2-1 Stoke City Attendance - 50,703 Referee - Andre Marriner  Papiss Cisse stuck an injury time winner to seal all three points for United against Stoke on Sunday.     The Senegalese scoring sensation diverted home an outstanding pass from substitute Sylvain Marveaux as the game entered added-on time.     And it was no more than the Magpies ....

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Swansea 1-0 Newcastle

Swansea 1-0 Newcastle Attendance - 20,405 Referee - Craig Pawson A late Luke Moore strike condemned Newcastle United to a cruel 1-0 defeat away at Swansea City on Saturday afternoon.     The substitute bundled home with just four minutes remaining to secure all three points for the Swans at the Liberty Stadium, and it was harsh on United, who had almost entirely ....

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Nufc 4 Southampton 2

Newcastle 4-2 Southampton Attendance - 52,259 Referee - Chris Foy Newcastle United picked up three crucial Premier League points on Sunday afternoon with a 4-2 victory over Southampton at St. James' Park.     A topsy-turvy game saw the Magpies fall behind early on to Morgan Schneiderlin's strike, but they soon imposed themselves on the clash, with Mussa ....

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Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Newcastle United

Newcastle United's winning run came to an end at White Hart Lane on Saturday afternoon as they suffered a 2-1 defeat away at Tottenham Hotspur.     Yoan Gouffran netted his first Magpies goal since a January switch from Bordeaux, but the strike was sandwiched in between a Gareth Bale brace which ultimately decided the Premier League fixture.     And to compound United's ....

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Newcastle 1-2 Everton

Attendance - 49,391 Referee - Martin Atkinson  Papiss Cisse scored his sixth goal of the season, but could not prevent Newcastle United slipping to a 2-1 Premier League defeat against Everton at St. James' Park. Newcastle slump further into trouble with yet another defeat, bringing along whispers of that awful R word.      Both sides had chances after the break to snatch all three points, and it was the visitors who did just that as substitute Victor Anichebe ....

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Newcastle United 1-3 Manchester City

Newcastle United 1-3 Manchester CityAttendance - 49,579Referee - Andre Marriner Demba Ba scored his 11th goal in another prolific season, but was unable to prevent Newcastle's 3-1 defeat to the hands of Manchester City. The scoreline at St. James' Park failed to tell the full story, however, as the Magpies deserved so much more from a contest which they dominated certainly for much of the second ....

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Newcastle V Wigan

Newcastle 3-0 WiganAttendance - 43,858Referee - Mike Jones Newcastle United bounced back to winning ways in emphatic fashion on Monday night with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over ten-man Wigan Athletic at St. James' Park.    Demba Ba struck a first-half double before substitute Gael Bigirimana put the seal on things midway through the second period with a long-range ....

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Stoke V Newcastle

Stoke 2-1 Newcastle UnitedNewcastle slumped to their fourth successive league defeat as Stoke compounded Alan Pardew's woes on Wednesday. The last time Newcastle lost four league games in a row they were relegated to the Championship and the alarm bells are starting to ring louder for Alan Pardew.Cameron Jerome provided Tony Pulis with another nudge in the ribs to leave Pardew once again nursing ....

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Southampton 2-0 Newcastle United

Attendance - 31,410Referee - Martin Atkinson Newcastle United suffered their third successive Premier League defeat as they went down 2-0 away at Southampton on Sunday afternoon.    A goal in either half from Adam Lallana and Gaston Ramirez gave the Saints all three points at St. Mary's Stadium, and it was a victory they fully deserved, having dominated for large ....

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Newcastle United 1-2 Swansea City

  Attendance - 49,403 Referee - Phil Dowd       Newcastle United suffered their second home defeat in the space of a week as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat to the hands of Swansea.     Pablo Hernandez capitalised on home goalkeeper Tim Krul's poor clearance on 58 minutes to set up Michu's opener. With three minutes remaining, De Guzman doubled Swansea's ....

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Newcastle 2 Wba 1

Sun 28 Oct 2012 15:00St James' ParkAttendance: 49,731Newcastle's Papiss Cisse netted his first of the season late in the game to gain United three points against West Brom.It's been a strange old season so far and Sunday's game conveniently put it in a nutshell. Despite not firing on all cylinders we managed to get a result that could prove to be crucial for fans, players and staff and while ....

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Sunderland 1-1 Newcastle

Sunderland 1-1 Newcastle Attendance - 47,456Referee - Martin Atkinson Ten-man Newcastle came within five minutes of another Tyne-Wear derby victory, but it was honours even at the Stadium of Light as they played out a 1-1 draw with Sunderland.    Yohan Cabaye gave the Magpies an early lead when he fired in a loose ball, but they were reduced to ten men midway ....

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Newcastle United 0-3 Manchester United

Newcastle United 0-3 Manchester UnitedNewcastle United were the victims as Manchester United cruised back to winning ways with a 3-0 victories over the Magpies.Newcastle United have had a great deal to be proud of in this campaign, but revealing themselves as a genuine force also means that clubs such as these victors pay particular attention to them. Defending is not a forte of Newcastle and Sir ....

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Reading 2-2 Newcastle

Reading 2-2 Newcastle Attendance - 24,097Referee - Andre Marriner  A Demba Ba double helped Newcastle twice come from behind to salvage a 2-2 draw at the Madjeski Stadium to gain a point against Reading.    The Senegalese man has now netted six goals in just five starts so far this campaign. Newcastle showed determination and quality to come back from a loosing position ....

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Manchester United 2-1 Newcastle United

Manchester United 2-1 Newcastle UnitedAttendance - 46,358Referee - Anthony Taylor  Newcastle bowed out of the Capital One Cup with a third round 2-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United. However, United put up a stern performance and have nothing to be ashamed of at their exit out of the cup.    The hosts made a bright start and within the opening four minutes ....

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Newcastle 1-0 Norwich

Newcastle 1-0 NorwichAttendance - 49,402Referee - Neil SwarbrickDemba Ba scored his 20th Premier League goal for Newcastle that ultimately proved to be the winner. However, his Senegal colleague, Papiss Cisse, spooned his penalty over the bar which almost cost United.It was a much needed win for Alan Pardew, who served the final game of his suspension from the touchline. United made very hard ....

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Everton 2-2 Newcastle

Everton 2-2 Newcastle Attendance - 35,510Referee - Mike Jones Demba Ba came off the bench to gain Newcastle a point at Goodison Park in a thrilling 2-2 draw. The Senegalese front man twice dragged the Magpies level after they trailed to goals from Leighton Baines and Victor Anichebe at Goodison Park.    Everton looked to have took the lead withing the first couple of ....

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Newcastle 1-1 Aston Villa

Newcastle 1-1 Aston VillaAttendance - 48,25Referee - Lee ProbertHatem Ben Arfa unleashed an absolute wonder strike to grab a victory away from the hand of Paul Lambert's Aston Villa. Once again, the Frenchman has shown why he is one of United's best players.United were having the better of the opening exchanges, without ever testing recalled Villa keeper Guzan. Left back Davide Santon has his ....

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Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle

Newcastle tasted defeat for the first time this season, as they suffered a 2-0 defeat to the hands of Chelsea.Goals from Hazard and Torres were enough to see off Alan Pardew's side - who put in a very valiant second half performance.The opening exchanges saw the majority of possession land to Chelsea, with neither team creating any clear-cut chances.Raul Meireles had the first sight on five ....

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Newcastle 2-1 Spurs

Newcastle 2-1 SpursPremier League football is back! The turmoil, anger, joy and all of the other emotions that go along with it will loom over the heads of football fans all over the country.As Alan Pardew lost his temper, his side found their full fluency to gain an opening day win over Spurs; once again suggesting that the team are in contention for another top five finish.Newcastle boss, Alan ....

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Newcastle 0 Chemnitz 1 Chronicle Write Up

  Lee Ryders Match Report NEWCASTLE UNITED crashed to a 1-0 defeat tonight in Chemnitz to start their pre-season campaign on a disappointing note. However, Alan Pardew wasn’t too despondent after the narrow loss and said: “It was a good work out. “Nobody has been injured and there were no silly tackles or fouls.” Pardew named a young side for the ....

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Everton 3-1 Newcastle Sunday 13th May 2012

Everton 3-1 NewcastleAttendance - 39,517Referee - Andre Marriner Newcastle closed the curtain on a fantastic Premier League campaign with a 3-1 defeat to the hands of Everton. Europa League was guaranteed, however, United were not able to get a victory that would have gave them slim chances of reaching the Champions League.     The defeat will not take away from the ....

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