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  1. Press Conference Update: Cabella back in Newcastle squad at EvertonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The Advertiser

    Cabella has been sidelined since the 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace in the middle of last month after sustaining a knee injury. He has returned to training this month, though, and is likely to go straight back into a Newcastle side that will be lacking suspended striker Papiss Cisse.

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  2. Newcastle supporters react on Twitter to Alnwick's loan move to BradfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Business News

    Newcastle United supporters aren't confident that Jak Alnwick will be able to cut it in League One after his loan move to Bradford City was confirmed by BBC Sport today . Alnwick joins Bradford on a temporary move until the end of the season and will be looking to impress as his contract at St. James' Park expires this summer.

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  3. Newcastle fans assured St James Park can still expand despite development nearbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United fans meet with architect and developer of A 47m Strawberry Place project and are assured stadium can still expand Football fans have been assured that a A 47m student development next to St James Park would not stop Newcastle United's much loved home from expanding. Work on a 700 bed student complex, a hotel and 50 one bedroom apartments, on ground next door to the club at Strawberry Place could start later this year if Newcastle City Council grant planning permission.

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  4. Carver: No defence for CisseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Ananova

    Newcastle head coach John Carver says there was no way he could defend forward Papiss Cisse, who has been handed a seven-match ban for spitting at Jonny Evans of Manchester United. The duo clashed at St James' Park on 4 March and Evans appeared to spit at Cisse, who reacted in similar fashion.

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  5. Major hotel chains line up in Newcastle for a chance at spot next to St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Hotel brands queue up to get prime Newcastle City Centre site next to St James' Park and fans told stadium expansion is still possible A major hotel chain is set to be at the heart of a A 47m development planned on land next to St James' Park . A number of leading hotel brands have expressed interest in running the contemporary glass building if Newcastle City Council planners give the complex the go-ahead later in this year.

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  6. Watch demolition of Newcastle's Norwich Union House continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Demolition crews from Thompsons of Prudoe are using a huge wrecking arm to tear through one of Newcastle's biggest eyesores Piece by piece, shower of rubble by shower of rubble, demolition crews continue to destroy one of Newcastle's ugliest buildings. With a huge wrecking arm, Thompsons of Prudhoe is tearing through the eyesore that was Norwich Union House, on the corner of Westgate Road and Pudding Chare.

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  7. Campaigners fear St James' Park development will lead to 'mass exodus' from West EndRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Director of Greening Wingrove said Arthur's Hill students in Newcastle's West End could leave area for 700-bed student development at St James' Park Green campaigners fear student flats next to St James' Park will lead to a mass exodus of young people from Newcastle's West End . The director of Greening Wingrove community project said the proposed A 47m development next to Newcastle United's football stadium could have huge implications for the student population in Arthur's Hill, a mile away.

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  8. Photo: 25-year-old all smiles after winning Newcastle United POTM awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Business News

    Daryl Janmaat has been adjudged as the best player for Newcastle United for the month of February, as announced on the club's official website . The 25-year-old's performances in defence for John Carver's side has seen him land the Newcastle United Wonga Player of the Month award for February.

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  9. Jonny Evans' actions in spitting at Papiss Cisse were...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Manchester United defender Jonny Evans' actions in spitting at Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse were "simply disgusting" according to the FA panel which found him guilty of the charge. Evans and Cisse were involved in a spitting incident during Man United's 1-0 win over the Magpies at St James' Park.

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  10. Wear-Tyne derby: Can I still buy away tickets for Sunderland v Newcastle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Chronicle Live

    Here's all you need to know about buying away tickets for the Wear-Tyne derby between Sunderland and Newcastle United at the Stadium of Light Tickets for the Wear-Tyne derby between Sunderland and Newcastle United at the Stadium of Light are on sale for Magpies fans - with the club lowering the availability threshold to 90 loyalty points today . The derby itself kicks-off at 4pm on Sunday 5 April on Wearside with John Carver and Co looking to avenge December's 1-0 loss at St James' Park.

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  11. Newcastle United's Callum Roberts hoping to achieve boyhood dream of a Premier League debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United's exciting teenager Cal Roberts has shrugged off talk that the Magpies' season is as good as over - insisting Toon youngsters will never get a better chance to play. With 10 games to go there are some fans clamouring to see the likes of 17-year-old Roberts, Olivier Kemen and Adam Armstrong more of a chance in the first team.

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  12. Evans' spitting incident 'simply disgusting', say independent commissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Goal.com

    The Manchester United defender has been suspended for six games after appearing to spit at Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse, and his actions have now been condemned The Independent Regulatory Commission that found Jonny Evans guilty of spitting at Papiss Cisse have condemned the Manchester United defender's actions as "simply disgusting", while acknowledging that only he will know his level of intent. Evans and Newcastle United striker Cisse each received suspensions after spitting at each other during Manchester United's visit to St James' Park on March 4. Both players received a six-game ban, with an extra game added to Cisse's suspension due to a previous violent conduct charge against the forward this season.

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  13. Spitting Evans 'Simply Disgusting', Says CommitteeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Football365

    The behaviour of Manchester United defender Jonny Evans was described as "simply disgusting", by a Commission which banned him for six matches for spitting at Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse. It was alleged that Evans was a person who "habitually spits", but an Independent Commission accepted that Evans has a "good and maybe commendable record".

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  14. FA explains Evans spit banRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Ananova

    The behaviour of Manchester United defender Jonny Evans was described as "simply disgusting", by a Commission which banned him for six matches for spitting at Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse. It was alleged that Evans was a person who "habitually spits", but an Independent Commission accepted that Evans has a "good and maybe commendable record".

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  15. Ayoze Perez desperate to repay Newcastle despite interest from Manchester United and ArsenalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | The Northern Echo

    In-form: Ayoze Perez has lessened the need for a new striker but that will not stop Newcastle from looking for one AYOZE PEREZ is focused on helping Newcastle United secure a brighter future after dismissing talk of a summer move from St James' Park. The Spanish striker has been a bigger hit on Tyneside than anyone could have imagined so early after arriving from Tenerife last summer.

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  16. Report: Newcastle striker would have missed four games through injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Business News

    Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse would have missed four games due to injury had he not been suspended, according to The Sun . It has been reported by the British tabloid that the 29-year-old suffered a knee injury during the Premier League game against Manchester United at St. James' Park on March 4. The Senegal international was found guilty of spitting at United defender Jonny Evans in that match and was subsequently banned for seven games.

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  17. John Alder's signed Newcastle United book to be auctioned off for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Chronicle Live

    The Newcastle United Ultimate Who's Who - signed by the squad - will go under the hammer for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation The devoted Toon fan ordered The Newcastle United Ultimate Who's Who just days before his death but was killed on board doomed MH17 flight before it was published. Now the book - which has been signed by the Magpies squad - will go under the hammer to raise money for charity.

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  18. Newcastle summer signing expresses joy that he's playing at St. James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Business News

    Newcastle United striker Ayoze Perez has told the Chronicle of his delight at how well his move to St. James' Park has gone so far. Perez, who transferred to Newcastle last summer, believes that his move to Tyneside has changed his life, with his reputation seemingly growing by the game.

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  19. Updated: Newcastle striker accepts FA charge after spitting row with Manchester United defenderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Northern Echo

    PAPISS CISSE and Jonny Evans have both been charged by the Football Association for allegedly spitting at each other during Wednesday's Premier League match at St James' Park . Manchester United defender Evans has strenuously denied the claims but the Magpies' Senegalese forward has apologised for his actions already after the FA launched an investigation and accepted the charge.

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  20. Papiss Cisse accepts FA charge for allegedly spitting at Jonny EvansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Fermanagh Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Papiss Cisse has accepted a Football Association charge for allegedly spitting at Manchester United's Jonny Evans and faces a possible seven-match ban.

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