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Opposition view – Newcastle Utd

We speak to Newcastle Utd fan Adam Johnson ahead of the Magpies’ visit to the Liberty this Sunday…

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Opposition View – Newcastle United

We speak to editor of Newcastle United Fanzine True Faith, Michael Martin, ahead of the Swans weekend trip to St James’ Park. It’s been another poor season for Newcastle this term, what has gone wrong? Where do you start? This season has been in the post for years because the club isn’t really run as

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The end of the road

Garry Monk is a Swansea City legend and he always will be. That’s what makes writing this blog particularly hard but unfortunately I can’t let my affection for him detract from the fact that his reign as our manager should now come to an end. I wrote a blog a month or so ago expressing

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Five things from Watford (a)

Here’s our regular five things from yesterday’s game… Wrong game plan part 1 Heurelho Gomes is one of the dodgiest goalkeepers I’ve seen at this level over a period of time. I’ve lost count of how many mistakes I saw him make whilst at Spurs. A lot of these mistakes were on crosses so why

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Five things from Newcastle at Home

Slide Rule Shelvey One thing I really like about Jonjo Shelvey is that he’ll play the risky ambitious or “hollywood” pass as it’s become known. Admittedly he sometimes does it too much but he’s now learning when to take this option and his assist for the first goal was sublime. He and Bafetimbi Gomis are

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