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Nobby Settles for AssistNobby Settles for Assist by Nolberto Solano - 19/12/2005
Speaking to the Evening Chronicle, Nol talks about scoring in the wrong net during Newcastle's 4-2 away victory at Upton Park. [More]
Match report by Jason Brown - 24/10/2004
With Jason making his league return to first team action the match didn't go as planned, however he did pull off a few notable saves. [More]
Last minute lapses by Lewis Hunt - 03/09/2004
Lewis looks back at the frustration of conceeding last minute goals but hopes for an improvement in the forthcoming game against Rushden and Diamonds. [More]
Life on the sidelines by Stephen Hunt - 01/03/2004
With injury again restricting Hunty to the sidelines, he wonders why this season has failed to live up to his expectations. [More]
Two on the bounce...let's make it threeTwo on the bounce...let's make it three by Jason Brown - 26/09/2003
With two great results against Stoke and West Ham, confidence has been restored and Jason looks forward to the Rotherham game. [More]
Still a Newcastle player by Robbie Elliott - 10/09/2003
With Robbie being in the frame for a loan move to West Ham, today he found that his team mate, Wayne Quinn is to spend the next month at the Boleyn Ground. [More]
Work to be doneWork to be done by John Beresford - 30/04/2003
It was a great win – if not a great performance against Sunderland, but although it’s improved our chances of Champions League qualification, there’s still work to be done! Birmingham will provide tough opposition on Saturday. [More]
We shouldn't be down there - but we are! by John McGinlay - 29/04/2003
We’ve played tremendously over the last few weeks, and really, if we’d played this well earlier in the season we’d be fighting for a European slot. It's hard to believe we’re still looking over our shoulders! [More]
It’s in our hands by John McGinlay - 11/04/2003
I’ve been out of the country for the last couple of weeks, and it was great to hear that we’d got another three points when Man City came to the Reebok. Other teams are still picking up results and we’re by no means out of the water, but it’s down to us and I’m confident we’ll survive [More]
Sunderland - it was win or bust by John McGinlay - 17/03/2003
Mick McCarthy’s a different kettle of fish to Howard Wilkinson (who'd lost the plot) and I expect him to do well at Sunderland. When a new manager comes in, it’s the norm for the team to pick up in form, and I expected a very tough game at the Stadium if Light. [More]
Survival race jogs memory by Warren Barton - 27/01/2003
The battle for survival at the bottom of the Premiership is jogging a few memories of last season. We found ourselves in that very position this time last year. We know how tough it is. [More]
West Ham - is a point a good result? by John Beresford - 08/01/2003
It’s up to all and every Newcastle player to be aware of what they’re going to face at West Ham, and to have the focus and determination to prove their worth to the team. This is a big, big game, and if there’s a loser it’ll be a hard defeat to swallow. [More]