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  1. Express: Reds on Aarons alertRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | Liverpool FC

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  2. Newcastle announce signing of Mbemba, subject to work permitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Goal.com

    The 20-year-old has agreed personal terms and undergone a medical at St James' Park but will have to wait until next week for the FA to study his visa application Newcastle United have announced a deal to sign Chancel Mbmemba from Anderlecht , subject to a work permit. The Magpies have tied up personal terms with the defender, who has undergone a medical, but are awaiting clearance from the Football Association.

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  3. Were Rugby World Cup organisers having us on about 'sold-out' games?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Chronicle Live

    The scramble for Rugby World Cup tickets looks to have been premature as more and more go on general sale with every passing week Having been told some months ago that two of the three games at St James' Park had been sold out, barely a week goes by without a new wave of available seats appearing. A cynic might think they were gradually releasing them to get people to pay exorbitant prices for higher category places.

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  4. Fabricio Coloccini could be set to quit Newcastle as he sits out another friendlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Chronicle Live

    Fabricio Coloccini is yet to play a single minute for Newcastle United in pre-season - sparking talk that he is ready to quit St James' Park. The Argentinean is carrying an achilles injury but with just two games left of the summer schedule is way behind the rest of his team-mates as far as match fitness is concerned.

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  5. Rangers new boy James Tavernier vows to play a starring role in Mark Warburton's revolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Daily Record

    THE full-back knows he's back playing for a big club, having had a taste of passionate and demanding fans as a Newcastle youngster. The weight of expectation, a stadium filled with 50,000 passionate fans every second week.

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  6. MH17 charity song United We Stand officially launched at St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Chronicle Live

    Liam Sweeney and John Alder, the Toon fans killed in MH17 tragedy, have been honoured in a track released by North East singer Liam Sweeney 's dad Barry stood united with singer Dave Turner to launch a charity song at his Toon-mad son's beloved club. Barry Sweeney met Dave, known as Junior, earlier in the week to hear the lyrics of the track, United We Stand.

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  7. LIVE: Sheffield United vs Newcastle United as Magpies provide the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Mirror.co.uk

    Our colleagues from the Newcastle Chronicle will bring you all the action and analysis from the pre-season friendly at Bramall Lane With just 14 days to go until the Magpies host Southampton, Steve McClaren's side face the Blades with two more friendlies to come before the big season opener at St James' Park. The game is the Toon's first back in England since arriving back from the USA where they spent two weeks on a high-altitude training schedule, which saw them play three friendlies.

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  8. Luke Campbell vs Tommy Coyle has the potential to be fight of the year candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Chronicle Live

    Hull lightweight pair Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle clash in what has been called the Battle of the Humber, live on Sky. The pair are good friends and ex-training partners, but in the build-up to this one there's been a bit of needle between the two - as there would be in such a big fight between two local men.

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  9. Families and friends of Newcastle United 'superfans' who died in MH17 ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | ITV

    Friends and the families of two football superfans who died in the MH17 disaster will gather at the stadium where they spent some of their happiest times. John Alder, 63, and Liam Sweeney, 28, were friends who were travelling to New Zealand to watch their much loved team play in a pre-season tour when they were killed one year ago.

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  10. Sir Bobby's charity benefits from fundraising in memory of two...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | 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. Two Newcastle United fans who died in the MH17 disaster were today being remembered, on the first anniversary of the tragedy.

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  11. Mystery benefactor donates 50 Rugby World Cup tickets to youngstersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Chronicle Live

    The person's aim was to allow "youngsters who have already demonstrated a commitment to the development of the game in the region" to take their place inside the stadium when St James' Park hosts the international showpiece in October. The benefactor had purchased a block of tickets for both the New Zealand v Tonga and the Scotland v Samoa games before tasking the NRU with distributing them.

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  12. Hatem Ben Arfa 'fat' photo reminds us of a few Newcastle United home truthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Chronicle Live

    Hatem Ben Arfa smashes home after his wonder goal against Blackburn in the FA Cup back in January 2012 - a goal the Frenchman rates as his best They say the camera can put on 10 pounds, but in Hatem Ben Arfa's case last weekend it looked more like 50. Pictures of Ben Arfa's pre-season comeback game - well, one pretty grainy snap to be precise - went viral on Saturday evening and let's put it this way: the mercurial former Newcastle United forward looked twice the man he ever did at St James' Park. His defenders were quick to point out that it was a particularly baggy red and black Nice shirt that he was sporting.

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  13. Newcastle United on tour: The club's Californian Toon Army are ready to make some noiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United will have their own away section at Bonney Field and it gives fans hundreds of miles away the chance to see the team A block of 400 seats for Newcastle fans have been set aside at Sacramento Republic meaning there should be plenty of support for the black and whites. The Bonney Field side have already claimed one scalp this week with Paul Buckle's side recording a 1-0 win against Sunderland earlier this week.

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  14. Opposition Corner: Skipper returns for SaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Warrington Guardian

    SKIPPER Jon Wilkin returns to Saints'19-man squad for the Super League Round 22 clash with Warrington Wolves at The Halliwell Jones Stadium tonight, Thursday, kick off 8pm. Both teams head into the fixture on the back of wins last time out, with St Helens sealing a narrow victory against Huddersfield Giants on Friday while The Wire beat bottom side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Sunday.

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  15. The Newcastle United years - 1975-76: Enter Gordon Lee and exit SupermacRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Chronicle Live

    League Cup Final at Wembley Stadium Manchester City 2 v Newcastle United 1 Dennis Tueart scores the winning goal with a spectacular overhead kick February 1976 "Gordon Who?" It was the Chronicle's infamous back-page headline which put Newcastle United superstar Malcolm Macdonald on an inevitable collision course with incoming manager Gordon Lee. The words had come from the mouth of Supermac and proved to be an inauspicious start to a relationship which quickly soured and culminated in the striker's much-lamented 333,333 move to Arsenal.

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  16. MH17: How the tragedy in the Ukraine which killed two Newcastle United fans unfoldedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Chronicle Live

    One year on from the crash which killed Newcastle United fans John Alder and Liam Sweeney, we look back at the timeline of the MH17 disaster The Chronicle were the first to break the news that two Newcastle United fans had been killed when the Malaysia Airlines plane was attacked. On the first anniversary since the crash, Foreign Office Minister David Lidington has agreed to meet with relatives after concerns were raised by their MP in the Commons.

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  17. Newcastle United and Sunderland fans set to share Sacramento over the space of 24 hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Chronicle Live

    Tyne-Wear derby rivalry is set to unfold - more than 5,000 miles away from St James' Park and the Stadium of Light. Sunderland will be looking to bounce back from their 1-0 loss to Sacramento Republic when they face Club de Ftbol Pachuca of Mexico on Friday night.

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  18. Pretty In Green: Verdant Artworks Of London's ParksRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | Londonist

    From the peacefulness of Hampstead Ponds to the hustle and bustle of St James's Park, and from the exotic creatures at London Zoo to the wild deer roaming Richmond Park - London wouldn't be the same without its varied green spaces. That's why, when illustrators were asked to represent a special place in London in occasion of the Prize for Illustration 2015 , many dedicated their artwork to one of the city's parks.

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  19. Historic Hull derbiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Sky Sports

    Hull FC's Fetuli Talanoa celebrates after scoring his try during the Magic Weekend match at St James' Park, Newcastle With Hull KR hosting rivals Hull FC on Friday, we take a look back on some memorable moments from the Hull derbies. The race for the Super 8s is hotting up and the fiercest battle for that final spot to decide whether teams will be playing for promotion or relegation could fall in the same city.

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  20. World Cup tickets selling fastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Salisbury Journal

    Ticket sale targets for this year's Rugby World Cup are set to be hit before the competition kicks off in September, tournament chief Stephen Brown has said. England and Fiji will play the opening 2015 World Cup game at Twickenham in just over nine weeks' time, and Brown delivered an upbeat message on a visit to Gloucester's Kingsholm stadium, which will host four pool fixtures.

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