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Articles about Sir Bobby Robson

Elliott relishing Bolton VisitElliott relishing Bolton Visit by Robbie Elliott - 06/03/2006
Sport network report on Robbie's views prior to Saturday's game against Bolton [More]
I feel so sad to see him go, says SolanoI feel so sad to see him go, says Solano by Nolberto Solano - 03/02/2006
Souness, although failing to get the results, was held in respect by his players - here Nol gives his opinion on the departed Scot. [More]
Fred must get it dead rightFred must get it dead right by Warren Barton - 03/02/2006
The Mirror report on a number the views of a number of ex-Toon players after the demise of Greame Souness... [More]
Nobby blasts Sir BobbyNobby blasts Sir Bobby by Nolberto Solano - 12/09/2005
Neil Farrington's report in the Newcastle Sunday Sun concerning the souring relationship between Nobby and Sir Bobby Robson. [More]
Glad to play footballGlad to play football by Jamie McClen - 05/08/2005
News from Carlisle after Jamie accepts a six month contract at Brunton Park. [More]
Jamie McClen: A statementJamie McClen: A statement by Jamie McClen - 25/05/2005
After being associated with Newcastle United as a player for over sixteen years, it's very disappointing to be leaving the club. I was a supporter before I was a player and now that I'm moving on, I'll still be a supporter. Newcastle is my city and Newcastle United will always be my team. [More]
Vale keen to take McClenVale keen to take McClen by Jamie McClen - 26/11/2004
Miles Starforth of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle reports on Port Vale's effort to take Jamie to the Potteries club. [More]
Elliott eyeing Toon dealElliott eyeing Toon deal by Robbie Elliott - 19/09/2004
Sky Sports report on Robbie's quest to earn a new contract at the club. [More]
Feeling the heatFeeling the heat by John Beresford - 23/08/2004
With another season starting with disappointing results, Bez hopes that an early goal on Wednesday night will lead to the first three points of the season. [More]
A busy summerA busy summer by Warren Barton - 23/07/2004
After returning from the Bahamas and Bobby Robson's Golf Invitation at Portugal, there's no rest for Warren as he prepares for a new career in coaching. [More]
What a reliefWhat a relief by John Beresford - 17/05/2004
With away points hard to come by, Bez looks at Newcastle's away form and hopes that attitudes will change for next season. [More]
It could be a great year for all my ex-clubs!It could be a great year for all my ex-clubs! by Gavin Peacock - 11/05/2004
With relative success for Charlton, Chelsea, and QPR, and a chance that Newcastle will win their next two games, Gavin looks back on a satisfying season! [More]
It's not a disaster...yet!It's not a disaster...yet! by John Beresford - 10/05/2004
Bez's thoughts after yesterdays disappointing draw with Wolves. [More]
Sam's the manSam's the man by John McGinlay - 01/04/2004
With Bolton taking four points form their two meetings with Newcastle, Super John compares the resources of both managers and gives Sam Allardyce a big thumbs up. [More]
Elliott poised for United comebackElliott poised for United comeback by Robbie Elliott - 29/03/2004
Simon Rushworth's article featuring an interview with Robbie on his progression to a first team recall. [More]
Well, we're throughWell, we're through by John Beresford - 26/03/2004
Bez looks back on last night's 3-0 away win and warns that Newcastle must improve if they're to progress into the UEFA semi's. [More]
Getting thereGetting there by Jamie McClen - 11/03/2004
Jamie talks about hiis frustrations with recent injury and with his lack of first team football. [More]
Elliott battling for on for a call-upElliott battling for on for a call-up by Robbie Elliott - 03/03/2004
Simon Rushworth's article on Robbie's quest for a starting place in tonight's UEFA Cup game. In actual fact Robbie makes the bench, but any injury to the back four could see him make an appearance. [More]
Own goals?Own goals? by John Beresford - 01/03/2004
With Lua Lua scoring an 89th minute equaliser and the Bowyer ban not yet started, Bez admits that mistakes have been made, but asks that the fans don't lose perspective. [More]
The good, the bad, and the uglyThe good, the bad, and the ugly by John Beresford - 12/02/2004
Bez looks at last night's game at Blackburn - no prizes for guessing that Lucas Neill's challenge on Craig Bellamy is classed as 'the ugly'!!! [More]
Birmingham vs NewcastleBirmingham vs Newcastle by John Beresford - 31/01/2004
Birmingham will be a tough game. They've had a very good season so far and although they suffered a bit of blip lately, but they will be looking to get back on winning tracks. [More]
Nobby is upset at substitutionNobby is upset at substitution by Nolberto Solano - 26/01/2004
Miles Starforth's Evening Chronicle article concerning yet another curtailed appearance for Nobby. The 7,000 Geordies in the Liverpool ground obviously disagreed with Sir Bobby's decision. [More]
Clarkie's backClarkie's back by John Beresford - 14/01/2004
After a great team performance at Old Tafford, Bez warns that Fulham are more than capable of causing Newcatsle difficulties. With his ex-teamate returning home for the first time, Bez looks forward to Lee Clark's St. James reception. [More]
Robson ends Solano talkRobson ends Solano talk by Nolberto Solano - 12/01/2004
A report concerning Sir Bobby's clarification of Nol's position at the club, it appears he's not for sale after all. [More]
Newcastle's transfer windowNewcastle's transfer window by John Beresford - 09/01/2004
With the transfer window getting off to a slow start, Bez looks at the situation at Newcastle and wonders why Solano seems to be the most likely to move on. [More]
Solano reveal Villa interestSolano reveal Villa interest by Nolberto Solano - 07/01/2004
Sky Sports interview Nobby who comments on the recent speculation concerning a move away from Newcastle to Villa. [More]
Pep-talk for United starPep-talk for United star by Nolberto Solano - 19/12/2003
Siomon Rushworth's report on Nol's advice to Portugal's Hugo Viana - as both players face up to life in the periphery of Newcastle's starting eleven. [More]
No complaintsNo complaints by Warren Barton - 11/12/2003
With QPR playing very well, Warren has few complaints about his lack of first team action. He also includes an interview recently given for the Maidstone United programme... [More]
Well done Nobby!Well done Nobby! by Jamie McClen - 09/12/2003
With Nol Solano making a second half appearance against Liverpool, Jamie comments on how well the Peruvian played against England international; Emile Heskey. [More]
Solano staying in toonSolano staying in toon by Nolberto Solano - 05/12/2003
A Sky Sports report featuring an interview with Bobby Robson where the Newcastle boss claims to want to keep Nol at St.James [More]
An all-star tribute to Peter the GreatAn all-star tribute to Peter the Great by Warren Barton - 02/12/2003
Simon Rushworth - writing for the Newcastle Journal - speaks to Warren at last night's Variety Club dinner to honour Peter Beardsley. [More]
Keep focusedKeep focused by John Beresford - 26/11/2003
Bez looks at Thursday's UEFA tie with Basel and Kevin Keegan's unsuccessful return to St. James Park. [More]
A statementA statement by Nolberto Solano - 22/10/2003
In the light of recent media speculation as to his career with Newcastle United, Nol issues the following statement. [More]
What a difference a result can make!What a difference a result can make! by John Beresford - 26/09/2003
After the massive boost to confidence on Wednesday night, Bez looks forward to this evenings game with top of the table Arsenal. Which Arsenal will turn up? Which Newcastle will turn up? [More]
Time to leave DerbyTime to leave Derby by Warren Barton - 23/09/2003
Warren announces his decision to leave Derby by mutual consent. He will now spend the remainder of the month looking for a new club who can offer him first team football. [More]
It's still not happening!It's still not happening! by John Beresford - 21/09/2003
After Bez took in Saturday's home game against Bolton, he looks at the media criticism of the team and attempts to identify why the team just isn't clicking into place. [More]
Determined to battle for position by Robbie Elliott - 21/08/2003
Frank Malley's article appearing in the Newcastle Journal concerning Robbies future at the club - an accurate assessment of the present situation. [More]
It’s all about winningIt’s all about winning by John Beresford - 13/08/2003
I’ve been in the Tyne Tees studios tonight, with one eye on the Newcastle game and the other on the Sunderland match against Mansfield – which is the feature game in tonight’s show. The easy conclusion to reach is that tonight’s respective performances were to be judged not on the quality of football, but on the results. [More]
What next? by Jamie McClen - 05/07/2003
Well, it was back to training on Thursday and I had some unexpected news when I reported back. Let's just say that it's pretty obvious to me and the other lads on the transfer list that we aren't wanted by the club! [More]
Solano works out the physical side by Nolberto Solano - 11/04/2003
By his own admission, Nolberto Solano was a weak link in the Newcastle United team when he began life as a Premiership midfielder five years ago, but he has since risen in stature and status on Tyneside. [More]
South Africa 1 England 1 by John Beresford - 19/03/2003
Well, tonight’s game could mark one of the finest hours of the club’s history. If the results go the right way then we’ll be in the quarter final’s of the Champions League – and I will have missed a fantastic game as I'm in South Africa representing my country (well, sort of)!! [More]
Solano is best import - Bobby by Nolberto Solano - 28/01/2003
Sir Bobby Robson last night hailed Nolberto Solano as the best South American import to grace English football for 20 years - as reported in today's Journal [More]
I want to make up for horror show by Nolberto Solano - 18/01/2003
Nolberto Solano is pinning his hopes on a return to the Newcastle United side - so he can put in another match-winning performance against Manchester City.< [More]
Solano eager to show his colours by Nolberto Solano - 21/12/2002
Nolberto Solano is ready for a key role in Newcastle's hectic festive programme after reacting angrily to the suggestion he didn't want to play in last weekend's clash with Southampton. [More]
A knight in shining armourA knight in shining armour by John Beresford - 01/12/2002
Last week Bobby Robson visited Buckingham Palace where he received his knighthood. I know that Prince Charles didn’t know who he was, but to thousands of Geordies the world over, he’s certainly their knight in shining armour. [More]
Which Juventus?Which Juventus? by Robbie Elliott - 22/10/2002
It’s our last real chance to get anything out of this season's Champions League…and we’re facing the one of the best sides in the world. It sounds daunting, but them again, which Juventus will turn up?[More]
What a game!What a game! by John Beresford - 21/10/2002
The 5-2 scoreline suggests this was an incident packed game, but really, it only tells half the story. The main talking point is obviously Dabi’s sending off…it changed the whole game [More]
Victims of their own success?Victims of their own success? by John Beresford - 14/10/2002
I’m sorry to see Peter Reid go, he’s a good bloke and he’s been good for football. He achieved an awful lot for Sunderland, yet paradoxically I feel that his achievements were ultimately the making of his and Sunderland’s downfall. [More]
I'll make makems payI'll make makems pay by Nolberto Solano - 20/09/2002
An article in the Newcastle Journal concerning Nobby's views on tomorrows derby [More]
The Pressure is onThe Pressure is on by John Beresford - 12/09/2002
After last night's 2-0 defeat by Leeds, people should be loking at the quality of Newcastle's football - not the league position [More]
A point at AnfieldA point at Anfield by Nolberto Solano - 02/09/2002
This was a great point won at Anfield, Liverpool played very well but we never stopped believing in ourselves. [More]
It's the Champions League ProperIt's the Champions League Proper by Nolberto Solano - 29/08/2002
After last night's qualification to the group stages of the Champions League, Nol looks at the draw and tells us what we can expect [More]
Back down to earth by Warren Barton - 17/08/2002
The Gillingham match was very disappointing, we really wanted to build on our winning start [More]
Just One Point from Champions League Football by John Beresford - 21/04/2002
With the Charlton Victory and both Leeds and Chelsea losing, one point will bring Champions League football to St.James. [More]
Title hopes dashed? by Nolberto Solano - 20/03/2002
Newcastle failed to take the expected three points against Ipswich Town on Saturday, a result that could dash their title dreams. [More]
I’m Sick! by Jamie McClen - 03/02/2002
It was such a relief to get all three points on Saturday, I couldn’t believe it when I gave away the ball for Ricky Gardner’s opener. [More]