VIDEO: Premier League Pick Newcastle’s Top 10 Goals

The Premier League have today posted on their Facebook account Newcastle United’s top 10 goals during the EPL era.

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Confirmed: Newcastle to Pay Tribute to Paris Disaster this Weekend

The French national anthem – La Marseillaise – will be played before Newcastle’s Premier League match with Leicester this weekend. A choral version will be played after the coin toss at every Premier League match over the weekend, with players from both teams planning to come together with match officials in the centre circle. Premier […]

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Article courtesy of Newcastle Stats (@NewcastleStats) September 2015: “Judge me after 10 games” October 2015: “Judge me after 12 games” November 2015: “Don’t judge me after 12 games, judge me at the end of the season” Regardless of attempts to move the goalposts, we – Newcastle Stats – soldier on. You did ask to be judged, […]

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Former Newcastle Striker on Trial At Rotherham

Former Newcastle United striker, Leon Best, has joined Championship club Rotherham on trial. 

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Sunderland 3-0 Newcastle United – Musings of Injustice and Misfortune

Article provided by Newcastle Stats (@NewcastleStats). I’m not really sure where to start with this – quite possible one of the single most frustrating 90 minutes of football I’ve ever seen – or how to even contemplate how we’ve came out that game on the back of a 3-0 loss with our tail between our legs. […]

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Toon Legend Left Clubless Again after Unsuccessful Trial

The iconic former Newcastle United striker, Shola Ameobi, has failed in his bid to land a contract at Charlton Athletic. 

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New Hope for United – Five Reasons to be Optimistic

Written by Brian Hargadon It’s funny how one game of football can change the general feeling amongst football fans about their team and hopes for the campaign. Before Newcastle’s home fixture with Norwich on Sunday, morale was rock bottom for fans of the Toon. Relegation was at the forefront of the mind, question marks were […]

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Newcastle United's Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring his side's fifth goal and completing his hat-trick with Massadio Haidara (top) during the Barclays Premier League match at St James' Park, Newcastle. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday October 18, 2015. See PA story SOCCER Newcastle. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: EDITORIAL USE ONLY No use with unauthorised audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 45 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications.

VIDEO – Toon Player Leading European Goalscoring Charts

Following a spectacular quadruple in the 6-2 demolishing of Norwich yesterday, Georginio Wijnaldum is now the top scoring midfielder in Europe since the start of the 2014 season. Incredible.

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Newcastle Need a Leader Now More than Ever – but where can we find one?

Written by Michael Race Here we go again; it’s the same story every week. Ah, what hard work it is to be a Newcastle fan… I genuinely think if there was a scientific study into the effects of supporting Newcastle United on your health there would be some horrifying results. But it’s our club and […]

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Why do Newcastle Fans Moan all the Time?

Yesterday, we published a piece that was sent in by a travelling Watford fan (Alex Keating) following our 2-1 loss at the weekend. Strongly-worded, and full of some bitter truths, he accused Newcastle fans of an unwarranted “cultural arrogance”. You can read the piece HERE. Today, we have a riposte from the MailOnline’s Rohan Banerjee.  Let us know […]

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In the Land of the Giants, Pygmies are King – the away fan perspective

At The Spectator’s View, we encourage all types of articles, even if they don’t necessarily conform to the popular view. Yesterday, I was sent a piece by a Watford fan who had traveled up from London to see the game at the weekend. Though I wouldn’t normally publish an article that is so critical of the club (or […]

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FIVE Talking Points: West Ham vs. Newcastle

Written by Elliott Charles Our man, Elliott Charles, was at the game. Here is what he has to say: The last time I watched West Ham and Newcastle play was in last season’s finale at St James’ Park when Jonas Guttierez, waving his shirt around his head, defined a romantic final-day escape from relegation. At […]

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VOTE NEEDED: Site Nominated for Best Young Football Blogger

I am delighted to announce that The Spectator’s View has been nominated for the Best Young Blogger Award at the 2015 Football Blogging Awards.  The award, which is partnered with Conductr, is given to a blog or website that is ran by an individual 21 years old or below each year. And this year, TSV is in the […]

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Long Term Toon Target ‘Still on the Radar’

Steve McClaren has for the first time admitted Newcastle’s ongoing interest in QPR striker, Charlie Austin. The England international striker has been embroiled in what turned out to be a bit of a transfer saga over the summer. Papers had heavily linked Newcastle, along with Tottenham and West Ham, with the former non-league star, but […]

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