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  1. Keeps calling Karl Henry Kalvin, going on about him playing the big un. Entertaining as always.
  2. Newcastle United have completed the signing of striker Dwight Gayle from Crystal Palace Newcastle United have completed the signing of Dwight Gayle from Crystal Palace. The 25-year-old striker arrives at St. James' Park for an undisclosed fee and has put pen to paper on a five-year deal. Gayle began his professional career at Dagenham & Redbridge and spent time on loan at Bishop's Stortford and Peterborough United before joining the latter permanently in January 2013. However, just six months later Palace made their move for the front man in a then-club record switch, and G
  3. Two of the great players of my lifetime. Who was the greatest?
  4. http://www.themag.co.uk/2017/03/daryl-murphy-calf-injury-confirmed-scan-newcastle-united/ This could be a big blow to us with Gayle not yet up to speed & Murphy the preferred option over Mitrovic let's hope the scan doesn't show reveal anything serious.
  5. Midfielder Mohamed Diame has become Newcastle United's latest arrival, after signing from Hull City for an undisclosed fee. The 29-year-old Senegal international has agreed a three-year deal at the Club and becomes the eighth player to join the Magpies' first team squad this summer. Diame began his career with French side Lens, before moving to Spain, where he turned out for Linares and Rayo Vallecano. He joined Wigan Athletic in August 2009 and has spent the last seven years in England, turning out for the Latics, West Ham United and Hull City. Last season he scored the only g
  6. Usually a player gets their own thread months before he signs!!!! We must be slipping Anyway, heard a few people on the radio today who have followed his football and reckon we are getting a really top notch player at a steal. Talking in similar terms to Cabaye in regard to what an excellent signing he will be for us. If Cabaye misses tomorrow I wonder whether is viable to start him given he may not even have trained with our players. Probably not.
  7. Passed his medical and set to be confirmed tonight, by all accounts. 24 year old keeper which suggests Krul is away, possibly to Everton, possibly to learn how to make saves with his right hand, who knows?
  8. As usual I know nowt about our latest signing but I must say I like the look of his you tube compilation. Now I know anyone can look decent in a few minutes of highlights, but I particularly like the many different type of goals he scores. The flicks, the round the keeper, the power shot, the dribble and score, the poacher. Now I'm sure given his age and lukewarm reception he's probably in the donkey category, but I am actually excited to see him play http://youtu.be/LvA6nErcnD8
  9. FFS Horrible luck for the lad too. Euros and all.
  10. He finally signed: Got lost in all the Sissoko news. Don't really know much about the bloke other then seeing a canny goal from him at the ACoN, hopefully he does well since Aarons is out for a while.
  11. I know Forster's just went out on loan, but I reckon Harper will be off as well. Harper's not injured either. A lad from work is best mates with Derek Wright's son, and he told him he was just left out of the squad on Saturday.
  12. Im exactly the same as the fans at the minute - Im one of them. I pay for my ticket and Im the same. I am entitled to my opinion. It hasnt been pleasant watching to be honest. Its been poor. With Newcastle in the bottom three going into the dark evenings Shearer feels that the problems at United havent just unfolded overnight. He said: It has been poor since January this year, The quicker we can get out of it the better. But he feels a tough scrap against relegation could lie ahead. He said: I dont hold too much hope for us this season. I think it could
  13. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/t...ugh/6595395.stm An absolute steal if he can stay fit.
  14. Bit of insight into what Blackburn fans think of him http://www.brfcc.com/mb/index.php/topic/31201-grant-hanley/page-1
  15. Next in apparently. 31 and can play both full back positions. Makes sense, would allow Dummet to move inside. Would need to hit the ground running at the age however Stevie will be happy
  16. Can anyone help me to identify the following autographs? Any help greatly appreciated, the ball (yellow background) is from somewhere between 1999-2001, and the shirt is the 2006-07 third shirt Thanks in advance
  17. Just seen this. Gazza advert for Umbro for the Euro's, man he is fucked.
  18. sad to see gascoigne on piers morgan show last night - constantly on the verge of tears - totally fked up in the head but seemingly on the mend
  19. Yep Gazza will be the new boss of Garforth town, slap some cash on it
  20. I'm black and white through and through. That will never change no matter what league we're in and will still keep turning up to St. James Park. But the Keegan trials and tribulations need to be spoken about from as neutral as possible. And I do not believe that he cares about the club as much as you or I would like to think. But from the figure that he wanted from the court case, had he got it, could of potentially spoilt any takeover and put the club into administration. I was asked whether I thought Keegan would take the money if it would put us into admin, and my answer is yes! I unde
  21. On the back wall, there is a giant canvas of Sir Bobby waving to the Toon faithful before his first home game in charge, an 8-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday in which Alan Shearer scored five goals. Hanging to the right is a picture of Sir Bobby and his squad beaming as they pose in Barcelona's Nou Camp before a Champions League game. Sir Bobby Robson and Steve Harper In tune: Sir Bobby Robson and Newcastle keeper Steve Harper agree on the importance of today's clash It is hard to believe it was less than seven years ago that Newcastle were mixing with Europe's elite. Today
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