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  1. Tragic Newcastle United fan's collection raises A 26,000 for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Sunderland Echo

    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. CHARITY ... Peter Robbins, John Alder's nephew, with a copy of the 1924 FA CUp Final programme sold to raise funds for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation THE football memorabilia belonging to a Newcastle United fan who died when his plane was shot down has raised 26,000 for a North East charity.

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  2. John Alder's memorabilia auction raises A 26,000 for Sir Bobby Robson FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Chronicle Live

    The MH17 victim's vast collection of football programmes, tickets and other items went under the hammer at an emotional St James' Park MH17 victim John Alder's football memorabilia has raised a staggering A 26,000 for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. Highlights included a 1924 FA Cup Final programme between the Magpies and Aston Villa whose front cover has a picture of a Newcastle player wearing a red and white striped shirt - the result of a printer's error.

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  3. John Alder football memorabilia collection leaves son of Sir Bobby Robson speechlessRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Chronicle Live

    The auction of Newcastle United superfan's memorabilia on Sunday could raise A 20,000 for Sir Bobby Robson Foundation His first proper look at the extraordinary collection of memorabilia gathered by Toon superfan John Alder over 40 years had him shaking his head in wonder. Gathered in 224 lots containing thousands of individual items, the collection went on show at the Sir Bobby Robson Suite at St James's Park in Newcastle on Saturday.

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  4. Newcastle United are now light years away from the top sixRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Chronicle Live

    Having played all of the current top six away from St James' Park now, United have lost five this season and won just once . They've shipped 19 and scored four.

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  5. Report: West Ham consider selling injury-prone striker, Newcastle interested in shock dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Business News

    West Ham United are reportedly willing to sell Andy Carroll this summer - with Newcastle believed to be interested in a deal. According to the Daily Mail , West Ham United are ready to cut ties with striker Andy Carroll this summer after growing tired of his poor injury record.

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  6. Newcastle United's reckoning is upon us - the club needs change...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Chronicle Live

    The mood of Newcastle United fans is dark and the club has to act decisively - a make do and mend solution is not the answer this summer Last season, it took until the dying embers of March for a fierce reckoning to swirl through St James' Park. The mood had been curdling for a while, but it was heavy defeats at Southampton and then a listless display at Stoke that brought vocal dissent and agitation to the terraces.

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  7. Carver bemoans poor startRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Ananova

    Newcastle head coach John Carver refused to criticise his side's effort, but bemoaned their poor start in the 5-0 defeat at Manchester City. The visitors conceded a penalty within 30 seconds when Vurnon Anita tripped Edin Dzeko, and Sergio Aguero scored the spot kick before City made it 3-0 after just 21 minutes.

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  8. John Carver disappointed with Newcastle start in Manchester City defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Football365

    Newcastle head coach John Carver refused to criticise his side's effort, but bemoaned their poor start in the 5-0 defeat at Manchester City. The visitors conceded a penalty within 30 seconds when Vurnon Anita tripped Edin Dzeko, and Sergio Aguero scored the spot kick before City made it 3-0 after just 21 minutes.

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  9. Praise for Sam Allardyce may not be fashionable, but the West Ham boss deserves far more creditRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Mirror.co.uk

    Big Sam may have a chip on his shoulder and inflated opinions of himself, but he deserves plenty of credit for the job he does He quickly stressed it was a tongue-in-cheek observation, but the damage was done. Here was Allardyce with a chip on his shoulder and an inflated opinion of himself.

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  10. Exeter 1 Plymouth 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Sporting Life

    Reuben Reid was Plymouth's Devon derby hero with a hat-trick against Exeter in a comfortable 3-1 win at St James' Park. Argyle enjoyed almost complete dominance of the first half and went in front when Bobby Reid's scuffed shot fell to namesake Reuben, who controlled well before firing past Christy Pym.

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  11. League Two round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Sky Sports

    Burton moved to the top of the Sky Bet League Two table after battling back to beat Dagenham 3-1. Manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's substitution played a crucial role as Abdenasser El Khayati put them ahead before teeing up Damian McCrory late on.

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  12. Chelsea enforcer Matic to miss League Cup final following red cardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Goal.com

    The Serbia midfielder was shown a straight red for shoving Burnley's Ashley Barnes and, unless the Blues appeal the controversial decision, is set to miss Sunday's Wembley final Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic could miss the League Cup final against Tottenham after being controversially sent off against Burnley on Saturday afternoon. Matic was shown a straight red for shoving Ashley Barnes at Stamford Bridge, meaning he will also miss games against West Ham at Upton Park and the home clash against Southampton.

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  13. Gunners in Northumberland bid farewell to regimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Northumberland Today

    The Commanding Officer, 39 Regiment Royal Artillery, salutes the Inspecting Officer, Master Gunner St James' Park, General Sir Timothy Granville-Chapman.Picture by Sgt Si Longworth RLC The regimental flag of the Welsh Gunners was lowered for the last time at Albemarle Barracks, in the west of Northumberland, this morning, signalling the disbandment of the unit. The gunners from 39 Regiment Royal Artillery were joined in the final parade by Her Majesty's Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Northumberland, Colonel John Anderson, the Master Gunner St James' Park, General Sir Timothy Granville-Chapman, and mayors and civic leaders from across the North East.

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  14. The day New Hartley entertained stars from Swansea CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Chronicle Live

    Swansea City's players didn't waste their free morning when their game with Newcastle United was called off in 1953 Newcastle United v Swansea, FA Cup third round, 1953 - the players leave the field after only a few minutes' play due to fog I received a fascinating email following my Gibbo column on Monday when I was on about three Tyne-Wear sides - Newcastle, Gateshead and Sunderland - playing at home in the FA Cup on the same day and drawing a staggering 135,000-plus fans. United's tie with Swansea at St James' Park in 1953 was fogged off after only eight minutes and rearranged for the following Wednesday.

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  15. Manchester City Have Chance to Tinker with Lineup Ahead of Barcelona ClashRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | BleacherReport

    Manchester City take on Newcastle United on Saturday in what some might consider a warm up for Tuesday's Champions League showdown with Barcelona. While one eye will certainly be kept on the Catalans' visit, the clash with John Carver's men is just as important.

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  16. Carver relieved to be backed in decision to keep Cisse at NewcastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | The Advertiser

    Manchester City have their millions to spend in the transfer market, but none of their players at the Etihad Stadium this evening will be able to compete with Papiss Cisse's strikerate in the Premier League this season. The Newcastle United striker's opener at Crystal Palace ten days ago took his tally to ten despite missing plenty of action through injury or due to the Africa Cup of Nations.

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  17. Pardew hoping to stun GunnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Independent.ie

    Alan Pardew has called on his Crystal Palace players to go toe-to-toe with Arsenal on Saturday in the hope of pulling off an upset. The Eagles boss has a chequered record against Arsene Wenger's side during his managerial career, with some of the highest and lowest points of his Newcastle reign coming with the Frenchman in the opposing dugout.

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  18. Report: Moyes keen on Newcastle hotshotRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Business News

    David Moyes is understood to be keen to bring Newcastle United forward Sammy Ameobi to Real Sociedad in the summer. Real Sociedad manager David Moyes is lining up a summer move for Newcastle United's Sammy Ameobi, according to the Telegraph.

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  19. Newcastle International Airport boss Dave Laws shares how he has achieved a top flight careerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Chronicle Live

    Sir Bobby Robson and Brian Clough helped Newcastle Airport boss Dave Laws in a top flight career of his own If John Carver wants to get the full time job at Newcastle United he could do well to learn the lesson of Dave Laws. Mr Laws is boss at Newcastle International Airport and when I spoke to him Carver had just been installed in the post at St James' Park until the end of the season.

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  20. 'The others see it as a career move': Christian Wolmar, outsider in Labour's mayoral contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | New Statesman

    "Will I make a total fool of myself if I go for this?" Christian Wolmar remembers his doubts two and half years ago when considering running to be the next London mayor. He is the transport policy expert and party outsider attempting to be Labour's successor to Boris.

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