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  1. THEY came in droves clutching guitars, dancing canes, song books and smart phones with their music.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Northern Echo

    HOPEFUL PERFORMERS: The Hellcats cheerleaders pose in the Britain's got Talent queue at St James Park in Newcastle. Picture: ANDY LAMB LOOK ALIKE: Singer Simon Cowell, left and lookalike Andy Penfold in the queue at St James' Park for the Britain's Got Talent auditions.

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  2. CaughtOffside: Reds in midfielder talksRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 11 | Liverpool FC

    This story has been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Liverpool Football Club.

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  3. Why Hodgson's England simply cannot compete with Premier League stardustRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Goal.com

    COMMENT: The appetite to watch the Three Lions play is dwindling, not helped by a growing intentional schedule and being outstripped by the glamour of the Premier League By Richard Jolly England doesn't expect. Not really.

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  4. Rangers would be Ashley's ticket to Euro millionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Sunday Herald

    Mike Ashley is a phenomenally successful businessman. The 50-year-old sees an opening, an opportunity, and he plunders it.

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  5. How much would Newcastle United legend Gazza be worth today? You...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United great Paul Gascoigne was full of potential when he left St James' Park - but how much would the England icon be worth now? We saw the best of that trio, or at least those old enough to watch them in their prime did. This is not the case with Gascoigne.

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  6. Market Report: Expect the unexpected when it comes to Mike AshleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Independent

    Whether he's downing pints on the terraces of St James' Park or causing mayhem in the City, we've learnt to expect the unexpected when it comes to Mike Ashley. With this in mind, it's no wonder that analysts reacted positively to his decision to increase Sports Direct's stake in Debenhams, buying a near 5 per cent holding on Thursday night for A 33m, on top of a previous deal that could land him another 7 per cent.

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  7. Jose Mourinho refuses to apologise for Wenger jibeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Scotsman.com

    CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho congratulated Arsene Wenger on his 18 years as Arsenal manager but insisted he had no need to apologise for calling him a "specialist in failure" last season. Mourinho, in an unusually conciliatory mood towards his old adversary, also played down the significance of Chelsea's 6-0 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in March and said that he did not think any side could match Arsenal's "Invincibles" of 2003-04 who went through the Premier League season undefeated.

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  8. Sacking Alan Pardew Won't Turn Newcastle Around, but It Would Be a StartRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | BleacherReport

    I don't shy away from it and I'm not going to hide. I'm not holding any grievance against the media, or some of our more militant fans, or the guys who printed the posters [calling for I've been out and about and had a few fans telling me their opinions, quite strongly.

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  9. Home and Away: Mike Ashley's apathy will make Sir Bobby turn in his graveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | South China Morning Post

    Newcastle United owner only cares about profits and has no interest in giving fans what they want - a team who tries Peter Simpson is a China-UK based journalist and the SCMP's former Beijing 2008 Olympics news editor. He has covered major international news and sporting events, most recently the London 2012 Olympics and Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.

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  10. Jonny Wilkinson says Newcastle will bring its passion to sport to the Rugby World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Chronicle Live

    Trophy winner says the city and region can look forward to a 'phenomenal atmosphere' when teams arrive in a year's time The North East can expect a "phenomenal atmosphere" when the Rugby World Cup arrives in a year's time, according to one of the region's favourite adopted sons. Jonny Wilkinson, who helped England win the trophy in 2003 while he was also at Newcastle Falcons, visited Newcastle Racecourse today to launch the countdown and meet hundreds of volunteers looking to help out at the event.

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  11. Why Fernando Return Will Bolster Manchester City Premier League Title DefenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | BleacherReport

    His first three appearances for City could hardly have gone any better. He was the star of the show against Newcastle in City's 2-0 opening-weekend win at St James' Park, before impressing again in the 3-1 win over Liverpool in the following match.

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  12. Jonny Wilkinson has scare after nearly DROPPING Rugby World Cup...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Daily Mail

    Jonny Wilkinson dropped part of the Rugby World Cup at a launch event in Ne wcastle in support of next year's tournament in England England rugby legend Jonny Wilkinson was left red faced on Friday after dropping part of the Webb Ellis Cup during a 2015 England Rugby World Cup launch in Newcastle. The World Cup-winning former England fly-half dropped the base of the illustrious trophy during a photo shoot, but his blushes were saved somewhat after he managed to keep hold of the prized silverware.

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  13. Swansea City - Newcastle Preview: Magpies desperate for first winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Goal.com

    Alan Pardew's position at St James' Park has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks after a string of poor results and the club are keen to register their maiden victory Newcastle manager Alan Pardew knows the importance of a positive result at Swansea City as speculation over his future intensifies. Reported comments by Mike Ashley that Pardew had one game to save his job prior to Monday's 1-0 Premier League defeat to Stoke City were written off as tongue-in-cheek by the Magpies chairman but that joke could wear thin if results do not turn around soon.

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  14. Poyet confident he can handle the 'unique pressures' of life in the North-EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Advertiser

    CAPABLE OF COPING: Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet is confident he can handle the intense pressure that accompanies his job on Wearside GUS POYET claims it takes a certain type of manager to successfully handle the unique pressures of working in the North-East - and the Sunderland boss is confident he has what is required to cope. The crisis engulfing Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has reignited the debate about the difficulty of succeeding at the North-East's two biggest clubs, with a succession of experienced names having failed at either St James' Park or the Stadium of Light.

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  15. Newcastle United pitch invader ran onto the field to hug and kiss his heroRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Chronicle Live

    A football fan who ran onto the St James' Park pitch to hug his hero has been let off the hook. Magistrate Anne Hill joked that she was close to forcing the Newcastle United pitch invader to watch another match - but decided it would be too harsh a punishment.

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  16. Walcott picks winner of design projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Arsenal FC

    The competition was for schools and football academies to design a permanent Christmas Truce memorial for the National Memorial Arboretum. The winning design was drawn by 10-year-old Spencer Turner from Farne Primary in Newcastle.

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  17. Rugby Union: England legend Jonny Wilkinson backs Owen FarrellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Sky Sports

    It's exactly one year until Scotland take on South Africa in the first Rugby World Cup game to be held at St James' Park and preparations are already well England World Cup hero Jonny Wilkinson believes Owen Farrell deserves to keep his place as Stuart Lancaster's first-choice fly-half. While 35-year-old Wilkinson was quick to highlight the importance of competition for places and squad mentality, the former Newcastle and Toulon stand-off praised Saracens star Farrell, whose solid game management and consistent place-kicking has helped him cement his place since his international debut in February 2012.

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  18. Dan Gosling: Bournemouth give me best chance for Premier League returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Business News

    Having started his career with Plymouth, he signed for Premier League club Everton in 2008, playing 22 games as a highly rated youngster at Goodison Park. However, in 2010, Gosling could not agree a new contract with the Merseyside club, and he agreed to transfer to Newcastle, with a number of clubs fighting for his signature.

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  19. Roma keen on permanent Yanga-Mbiwa dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Goal.com

    The France international left Newcastle for Serie A on a season-long loan deal on transfer deadline day and the Magpies are now weighing up whether to sanction a full transfer By Graeme Bailey Roma have told Newcastle they want to sign Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa on a permanent basis, Goal understands. Newcastle are yet to make a final decision on the 25-year-old and his future after allowing him to move to Serie A on a season-long loan on transfer deadline day.

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  20. UNHAPPY: Newcastle supporters vent their frustration during Monday's defeat at Stoke CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Northern Echo

    Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley in the stands during the Barclays Premier League match at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke on Trent. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

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