3:13 PM EDT, Sat July 26, 2014
Newcastle United Rumors & News
The Northern Echo 6 hours ago
YOANN Gouffran scored the only goal to secure Newcastle United a second win on tour in New Zealand.
Shields Gazette 11 hours ago
YOAN Gouffran was Newcastle United’s match-winner against Wellington Phoenix this morning.
Shields Gazette 12 hours ago
SIEM de Jong will get Newcastle United going this season – by bringing games to a standstill.
The Northern Echo 14 hours ago
NEWCASTLE UNITED will not be rushed into making any further signings before the end of the summer transfer window.
Blog on the Tyne | Evening Chronicle 21 hours ago
SIEM DE Jong has overcome a foot injury in New Zealand and Alan Pardew wants to start him in the clash with Wellington Phoenix. The Dutch international picked up the knock in the 4-0 win in Dunedin on Tuesday night...
Blog on the Tyne | Evening Chronicle 22 hours ago
ALAN PARDEW has called for calmness ahead of Newcastle United's clash with Wellington Phoenix. The Phoenix faced up to West Ham on Wednesday night and Louis Fenton's tackle on Cheikhou Kouyate has resulted in big headlines in New Zealand. Indeed,...
PETER Beardsley says Newcastle United’s youngsters were taught a harsh lesson in last week’s friendly loss to Gateshead.
LIVERPOOL have been involved in the biggest transfer of the summer so far, after they sold star striker Luis Suarez to Real Madrid.
ALAN Pardew is wary of Wellington Phoenix – but he still expects Newcastle United to win.
The Journal Jul 25, 2014
Flying winger opens up after being loaned out by Alan Pardew, despite his popularity with the majority of the Newcastle United faithful
NEWCASTLE defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is wanted by Bordeaux, according to reports in France.
MAPOU Yanga-Mbiwa is wanted by Bordeaux, according to reports in France.
COULD Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal link up with one of his Holland stars, while Liverpool get thier man.
ANDY Carroll has been ruled out of West Ham United’s final tour game in New Zealand with an ankle injury.
SOUTH Tyneside man Gary Ferguson, who set up a fund in honour of two Newcastle fans killed on board Flight MH17, has met up with the brother of one of the victims.