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  1. 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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  2. Report: Newcastle want 41-cap Dutch international; English interest confirmed by agentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Business News

    Newcastle United are among the clubs interested in signing Paris Saint Germain full-back Gregory van der Wiel, according to TalkSPORT . Van der Wiel is one of the standout players in Ligue 1 and Newcastle are reportedly hoping to bring him to St. James' Park in the summer.

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  3. Wear-Tyne derby: When can I buy away tickets for Sunderland v Newcastle United?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Chronicle Live

    Tickets for the Wear-Tyne derby between Sunderland and Newcastle United at the Stadium of Light go on sale to Magpies fans on Monday 9 March at 10am. The game itself kicks-off at 4pm on Sunday 5 April on Wearside and John Carver's will take his side looking to overturn a series of defeats against their local rivals.

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  4. Newcastle 0-1 Man United: Watch Lee Ryder on the Magpies' loss at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Chronicle Live

    Chronicle chief sports writer Lee Ryder was at the game and gives his thoughts on the defeat, Cisse's impending ban and Gutierrez's jubilant return Newcastle United suffered a 1-0 defeat to Manchester United in mid-week and while the Magpies had chances - including a non-penalty decision go against them - to take something from the game, other events took over the headlines. Papiss Cisse was involved in a spitting incident with Man United defender Jonny Evans - the pair have subsequently been charged by the FA and Cisse has accepted the decision , while Evans denied spitting at the Magpies striker.

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  5. Mike Ashley and the battle for Rangers: What does defeat in Scotland mean for Newcastle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Chronicle Live

    Derek Llambias has been ousted from the hotseat at Ibrox but does that mean he's coming back to Newcastle United? It is being billed as a crushing blow to Mike Ashley - his remaining men on the Rangers board have been swept out of power after a decisive vote from shareholders to remove Derek Llambias and Barry Leach, the finance director, from their positions. It took just 13 minutes for the shareholders to vote and Llambias, who had been chief executive at Ibrox, didn't even turn up to the vote in Glasgow.

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  6. Rugby League: Newcastle Thunder kick off new season in Challenge Cup after extensive overhaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | The Northern Echo

    ON THE RUN: Newcastle Thunder's Jacob Blades, pictured during one of the club's pre-season matches NEWCASTLE THUNDER embark on a new era in the club's history tomorrow as they take on Cumbrian side Wath Brow Hornets in the third round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, writes Joseph Pearson. The North-East's only professional rugby league team have dropped Gateshead from their name and will play their home games at Kingston Park.

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  7. Partially-sighted pensioner suffers horrific injuries falling on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Mirror.co.uk

    Mary Riley needed 50 stitches to her head, and the injury means she can no longer have chemotherapy for a brain tumour This is the face of a pensioner who suffered horrific injuries after falling on a power saw left by workers in her own home. Disfigured Mary Riley, 69, needed 50 stitches in a head wound stretching from her eye to the top of her head after the incident.

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  8. Newcastle pensioner needed 50 stitches to a head wound after falling on tools left by workmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Chronicle Live

    Your Homes Newcastle have promised extra safety precautions after the accident which left Mary Riley needing 50 stitches to a head wound - WARNING: Contains images of injuries This is the face of a pensioner who suffered horrific injuries after falling on tools left by workers in her own home. Disfigured Mary Riley, 69, needed 50 stitches in a head wound stretching from her eye to the top of her head after the incident.

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  9. Can Arsenal beat their nervous disposition at OT?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Football365

    There's no doubt that this Arsenal side is capable of beating this particular United side. But can they beat the nerves that saw them crumble against even Moyes' Reds? Francesco Totti is perhaps overlooked in England as one of European football's greats, despite our love of loyalty.

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  10. Van Gaal 'irritated' with 'rumours' of rift with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | DNA India

    Manchester United football team manager Louis van Gaal has angrily rejected media speculations that there is a rift between him and assistant manager Ryan Giggs, claiming that he is irritated by these rumours. Manchester United football team manager Louis van Gaal has angrily rejected media speculations that there is a rift between him and assistant manager Ryan Giggs , claiming that he is irritated by these rumours.

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  11. Repentant Cisse Faces Ban; Evans Plays DumbRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Football365

    Cisse could now serve a seven-match ban after admitting the charge, having already been suspended for violent conduct earlier in the season. That would rule him out of action until May 9 which would involve five away Premier League matches including Newcastle's clash with Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on April 9. Evans is yet to respond to the FA charge.

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  12. Newcastle city centre land at centre of Mike Ashley and NUFC fans row ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle City Council will be challenged on their decision to get rid of land near Strawberry Place by councillors next week A multi-million pound slice of city centre land, which Toon fans battled Mike Ashley to save, is due to be sold off for student flats. A bid has been launched today to halt Newcastle City Council's decision to sell off part of the Strawberry Place plot next to St James' Park, which incorporates a Metro stop and two match-day car parks.

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  13. Papiss Cisse, right, and Jonny Evans were both charged with spitting by the Football AssociationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Falmouth Packet

    Jonny Evans has the backing of his Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal as he prepares to respond on Friday to a Football Association spitting charge. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse swiftly accepted the same charge levelled at him following Wednesday night's altercation with Evans at St James' Park, and he faces a punishment which could stretch to seven games.

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  14. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Daily Star

    SPIES: One Mumsnet user joked mums would make the best spies because the have eyes in the back of their head [GETTY] "If they need someone whose special skill is getting melted chocolate down her dog-haired jumper and not noticing, I'm their woman " user BreconBeBuggered wrote on the site. Sliceofsoup also felt that she had unique qualities to offer: "I would LOVE to be a spy.

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  15. Van Gaal defends charged EvansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Andover Advertiser

    Jonny Evans has the backing of his Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal as he prepares to respond on Friday to a Football Association spitting charge. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse swiftly accepted the same charge levelled at him following Wednesday night's altercation with Evans at St James' Park, and he faces a punishment which could stretch to seven games.

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  16. How Ashley Young's unexpected resurgence is firing Manchester UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Yahoo!

    Ashley Young, the winger, the close-to-A 20m signing, the dribbler, the goalscorer and England international, has long been forgotten. The Ashley Young now at Manchester United had, it was said, become a bit-part player, a utility man, a failed experiment at left-back, the butt of jokes, nowhere near the England team, let alone an option for Louis van Gaal amongst the vast array of attacking talent he has at his fingertips.

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  17. F365 FocusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Football365

    Francesco Totti is perhaps overlooked in England as one of European football's greats, despite our love of loyalty. He's all you could ever want in a footballer... There's no doubt that this Arsenal side is capable of beating this particular United side.

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  18. Spitting, Biting or Diving: Which Footballing Sin Is the Greater Evil?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | BleacherReport

    Manchester United centre-back Jonny Evans and Newcastle United striker Papiss Demba Cisse engaged in a repulsive spitting duel in their respective club's Premier League clash this Wednesday. Believability after well-crafted and presumed legally-aided declarations is up to one's own personal loyalties and sensibilities - but what cannot be negated is the two players spat.

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  19. Paul Scholes defends former Manchester United team-mate Jonny Evans over spitting incidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Daily Mail

    Paul Scholes has once again defended former Manchester United team-mate Jonny Evans following his spitting incident with Newcastle's Papiss Cisse. The former England midfielder believes Evans spat towards the floor in a 'reflex action' after the Senegal striker kicked out at him during Wednesday night's match at St James' Park.

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  20. Gutierrez explains mentality all players should adopt at NewcastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Business News

    Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez has been quoted by the Shields Gazette describing a determined mentality that all of his teammates should adopt at St James' Park. The Argentine made his return to the Newcastle side earlier this week following a battle against cancer and has stressed how he focused himself when he was out of the team.

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