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The advent of the Premier League has resulted in certain clubs and people getting a bit carried away with themselves, thinking they are entitled rather than having to earn it.
A match of one referee, two linesmen and a team who don’t know when they are beat.
A performance that had everything, from some controlled possession and half decent chances in the first half to blood and guts in the second.
Friday brought confirmation that Wayne Rooney is available to face ‘United’ this Saturday and no doubt will appear…unless they are saving him for their cup match against Palace. I suppose…
If Newcastle fail to win on Saturday it will mean at least forty years without a win at Old Trafford.
The last six matches have given NUFC four wins and a draw so we feel there’s every chance of a decent result. Read on for our exclusive preview and top betting tips in association with BET365.
I find it hard to go along with the accepted wisdom that Newcastle will struggle to get anything out of the next three matches. Yes they are our current Champions…
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