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March 29, 2015 9:33 PM Arsenal Transfer News: Big-Money Rumours on Arsene Wenger's Latest Targets

Arsenal are just one point from second-placed Manchester City in the Premier League table, but focus is already shifting to the strengthening of Arsene Wenger's squad for next season. A number of talents are high on the manager's shopping list, and rumours have emerged about potential captures. Chris Smalling, Victor Wanyama and Rolando Aarons all appear 10

March 26, 2015 7:00 PM Newcastle United should replace their flops with kids after the Sunderland game

The young kids at Newcastle United are showing up their first-team senior players. Five from the Academy have been called up to international duty this week, while only three from the other dressing room, Tim Krul, Daryl Janmaat and Moussa Sissoko, are away with their respective countries. Well done to Adam Armstrong and Freddie Woodward, who are real stars 12

March 25, 2015 3:48 PM Community News in Brief: Wednesday, March 25

A leisure centre has introduced a new specialist pool hoist to improve access for people with disabilities. The EZ hoist at Hadrian Leisure Centre, in Wallsend, can transfer swimmers smoothly from the changing facilities into the pool, with no need for lifting by their carer. Hadrian is the location for dedicated disability swimming sessions, running 26

March 23, 2015 10:30 PM Newcastle United silenced the Roker Roar on an eerie derby with a difference

Steve Howey’s final farewell to Tyne-Wear derbies saw United labelled the Silent Assassins. Inevitably United triumphed once more as they always seemed to in Howey and Keegan days but this time there was a vital difference, something that set the derby of September 1996 apart from the 151 others paraded down the years. No Newcastle fans were present 14

March 20, 2015 4:00 PM Newcastle United's John Carver should listen to the stick Arsene Wenger puts up with

You know, Phil Neville coming out with his flip flop accusations and the little matter of stats that appear to prove how bad Newcastle really are. Well, he should look across his technical area today to where Arsene Wenger is standing. There is a magnificent manager, the father of the modern-day Arsenal, yet he’s taken some awful stick in the last couple 12

March 20, 2015 11:30 AM Newcastle United's goal statistics paint a sorry picture for this season

A job application is only as good as the argument that can made for employment. John Carver’s record as temporary boss of Newcastle shows only two victories in 11 attempts. Not a set of figures that encourages blind belief. He needs it improved and quickly, but is in the hands of a squad of players Phil Neville accused of already having “their flip flops 11

March 20, 2015 6:30 AM John Carver calls on Newcastle United supporters to shelve concerns for 90 minutes

John Carver believes that a St James’ Park crowd in full flow can help drag his depleted team over the line on Saturday against Arsenal. The Newcastle United head coach accepts that some fans may have issues with the club’s ailing season and a lack of hope. Carver has just 13 outfield players to choose from against the Gunners and admits he might have to use some of the club’s 11

March 13, 2015 11:30 AM Newcastle United must take chance against Everton, before tough fixtures kick in

Newcastle United have entered upon a daunting run of fixtures hard enough without losing top gun Papiss Cisse through professional suicide. However John Carver and Co’s next step against Everton on Sunday probably represents their best opportunity to secure three points from all their six fixtures in question. Because, following Man U and Everton, come Arsenal 8

March 13, 2015 6:30 AM Newcastle United have been a middle of the road team for so long I'm no longer disappointed

I’ve got past the stage of being disappointed when it comes to Newcastle United. Another season is winding down to an average finish and, unfortunately, it is what myself and other fans all expect these days. There’s no trouble as far as relegation is concerned, but by the same token we aren’t going up the table too far. Some clubs would be happy with finishing 10

March 12, 2015 9:00 PM Why Newcastle United should buy British this summer

A quick scan down the goalscoring chart tells you that there aren’t enough goals coming from midfield. With the potential of how good Sissoko could be he has to score more goals. I know that Alan Pardew was using him wrongly on the right wing. But when you are in the middle you need to score goals. He’s powerful and quick and he has to have the licence 12