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  1. McClaren: No Newcastle bid for AustinRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Goal.com

    The Magpies have been among several clubs linked with the striker, who was relegated with QPR last season despite scoring 18 goals, but the manager denies any approach Newcastle manager Steve McClaren has used his position on the club's board to address speculation linking him with a move for QPR hitman Charlie Austin . McClaren took up a place on Newcastle's board of directors when he assumed the reins at St James' Park in June, with owner Mike Ashley relinquishing his seat.

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  2. McClaren Aims To Build A Team Around SissokoRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Vital Football

    Steve McClaren has taken part in a BBC Radio Newcastle phone-in and among the topics he spoke about were Moussa Sissoko, Fabricio Coloccini and Charlie Austin. McClaren said he wants to build a team around reported Liverpool and Man City target Sissoko.

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  3. Pictures: Thousands of Newcastle fans turn out for open training session at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    THOUSANDS of Newcastle fans watched as the club's new summer signings were put through their paces during an open training session at St James' Park today. More than 13,000 fans turned out for the annual family open day and all eyes were on summer signings, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Georginio Wijnaldum and Chancel Mbemba.

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  4. Newcastle attract 13,000 fans to open training sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Premier League strikers beware... new offside rule for this season could now lead to more disallowed goals ADRIAN DURHAM: Manchester United are unbalanced and short up front... they look anything but serious about winning the Premier League Watch the moment world superstar Ronaldo dresses up as a homeless man with a beard to stun passers-by with freestyle tricks Rafael pens four-year deal at French giants Lyon as De Gea leads well-wishers after Brazil defender leaves Man United Stones would be better off at United, says Ferdinand as he insists Everton star would be a lunatic to join Chelsea As Warner happily poses in his Speedos, Johnson insists he can also handle any stick that comes his way from England fans ADRIAN DURHAM: Terry must make himself available for England at Euro 2016... it's the only way people will stop hating him ADRIAN DURHAM: Arsenal have their best chance of winning ... (more)

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  5. An LFCTV Go goal of the day...every dayRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Liverpool FC

    This season LFCTV GO is delving into the club's archive to bring you a goal a daya every daya for free! With the Barclays Premier League season just days away from kicking off again this week, we've been bringing some opening-day goals from campaigns gone by. On Monday, a typical Michael Owen finish against West Ham United marked the feature's debut, and today we go back to 1986 for a clinical finish from Ian Rush at St. James' Park against Newcastle United.

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  6. In pictures: Newcastle United's family fun day at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Families from across the North East enjoyed a fun-filled family day at St James' Park ahead of the new football season Ahead of the new football season the club opened its ground for its annual family fun day and more than 15,000 came along to enjoy a number of activities, including an opening training session from the first team. Grandfather John Fenton, from Wallsend, went along with his eight-year-old grandson Callum Donkin as they are both massive Magpies fans.

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  7. Newcastle United RECAP: Open day at St James' Park as fans get to watch players trainRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United held their annual open family open day at St James' Park with fans able to watch the first team being put through their paces Newcastle United held their annual family open day at St James' Park - with an open first team training session taking part in mid-morning. St James' Park was open to fans of all ages to watch the first team train for an hour and a half, with new boys Aleksandar Mitrovic, Georginio Wijnaldum and Chancel Mbemba all set to feature.

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  8. Faustino Asprilla's missing A 43,500 horse recovered by police - ...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Independent

    Faustino Asprilla's missing A 43,500 horse recovered by police - it had been missing for four months after he lent it to a drunk friend Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Police have found the missing horse of former Newcastle United and Colombia striker Faustino Asprilla, four months after it disappeared.

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  9. Remy Cabella is back in contention for opening day as Newcastle United train at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    And there was a welcome return to work for French playmaker Remy Cabella, who returns earlier than expected after a thigh injury. Cabella trained alongside his team-mates on the St James' Park turf during the club's open day while there was also an appearance from Mehdi Abeid.

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  10. The Newcastle United years: 1984-85 and 'Big Jack' steadies the Toon shipRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    We recall the Newcastle United story season-by-season and the life and times of St James' Park. Today we revisit 1984-85 Newcastle United beat Sunderland 3-1 in the Tyne-Wear derby at St James' Park on January 1, 1985.

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  11. Newcastle transfer news: Man City and Liverpool in A 17m battle for Sissoko, according to reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko is the subject of a A 17m war between Manchester City and Liverpool according to reports Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko is the subject of a A 17m battle between Manchester City and Liverpool, according to reports. The Daily Star say the Frenchman could leave St James' Park after a flurry of bets saw his odds at departing Tyneside slashed, with City and Liverpool the big front-runners.

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  12. Newcastle United LIVE: Open day at St James' Park as fans get to watch players trainRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United are holding their annual open family open day at St James' Park with fans able to watch the first team being put through their paces Newcastle United are holding their annual family open day at St James' Park - with an open first team training session taking part in mid-morning. St James' Park will be open to fans of all ages to watch the first team train for an hour and a half, with new boys Aleksandar Mitrovic, Georginio Wijnaldum and Chancel Mbemba all set to feature.

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  13. Newcastle United still need to bring new faces in this summer or risk the same old problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United are still in need of extra defensive cover, another striker and another creative force before the summer transfer window closes Another centre-back, striker and another creative player seem to be missing from a squad that is still carrying a host of players who struggled last season. The Magpies' lack of defensive cover is there for all to see and the ongoing saga involving Fabricio Coloccini only highlights that another centre-back is needed at the club to follow Chancel Mbemba.

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  14. Steve McClaren focused on making St James' Park into a 'tremendous place' againRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United open their doors to thousands of fans at open day as they look to lift spirits at St James' Park Steve McClaren has insisted that he is focused on nothing but making St James' Park a "tremendous place" once again. And McClaren is determined to turn the page on last season's horror show on Tyneside that almost resulted in the club being relegated to the Championship.

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    Yesterday | Daily Star

    However a recently flurry of bets suggests the midfield enforcer is ready to leave St James' Park in a deal that could exceed 17m. Sissoko, formerly a Chelsea target, joined the Magpies from French outfit Toulouse for just 1.5m and has captured the attentions of several European giants with his impressive Premier League displays.

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  16. look Newcastle United have grounds for optimism but some familiar issues still remainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    In the first of our Premier League previews, Mark Douglas looks at whether Newcastle United did what they needed to do this summer Newcastle United's extraordinary ineptness for the last three months of a wretched campaign that brought St James' Park to the point of mutiny, required nothing less than an extraordinary reaction this summer. Whether the club importing a new coaching staff, issuing an ambitious mission statement, tearing up their wretched Cup policy and spending big on three international players constitutes that response is unclear.

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  17. Do Newcastle United have more money to spend? The burning questions facing Magpies this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    The new season is just a week away but Steve McClaren has plenty of questions that need answering before the big kick off But both supporters, players and staff at Newcastle will be glad to see the real stuff starting again on Sunday when Southampton arrive at St James' Park for the opening fixture of the season. The game will be Steve McClaren's first in the Premier League since 2006 when he left Middlesbrough for the England job.

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  18. Recalling Newcastle United superfan Stevie Charlton who died in 2004Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    He became a well-known face on Sky TV next to Kevin Keegan's dug-out, and is the subject of a forthcoming book Ginola, Ferdinand and Beardsley were just three of the stars who graced Newcastle United 's brilliant mid-90s Entertainers team. It's 20 years since the start of a season when Kevin Keegan's side would go within a whisker of landing the Magpies' first title since 1927.

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  19. Newcastle pre-season review: Watch Lee Ryder on who impressed him the most this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    Chronicle chief sports writer Lee Ryder gives his thoughts on Newcastle United's pre-season campaign as the Premier League begins this weekend Steve McClaren took his new squad to the US, travelled to Yorkshire twice in a week and faced the Toon Army for the first time on Tyneside as his side's six-game pre-season finally comes to a close. Newcastle now have less than a week until the real business starts as they host Southampton at St James' Park on Sunday.

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  20. Rugby World Cup visits Angel of the North and Durham on trophy tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    Youngsters flew the flags of all 20 countries taking part in the Rugby World Cup 2015 as Jason Leonard helped continue trophy tour Children flew the flag for the Rugby World Cup as the Webb Ellis Trophy continued its visit of the North East. As the cup's tour of the region entered its final day, England legend Jason Leonard joined youngsters carrying the standards of all 20 countries.

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