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Cardiff City are the surprise team who break up the top end of the Championship form table ahead of Newcastle v QPR.
With only 610 travelling supporters for Newcastle v QPR, will it register the lowest crowd of the season?
Rafa Benitez insists he won’t look at the league table until April at the earliest but I bet he might have a peek after these 2 games…
Ian Holloway “I wouldn’t call playing Newcastle daunting, it’s exciting.”
Les Ferdinand “People say that (returning to Newcastle is a special one), I had a good time while I was at St James Park but I don’t think of it like that anymore.
Jonjo Shelvey “I feel like I am up with the best in there…I’m not going to lie, man-marking is obviously frustrating.”
Six wins out of six for Newcastle v QPR, a good day all round as United surge up to fourth/fifth and Harry ends up bottom of the Premier League.
Moussa Sissoko has reflected on a job well done, Captain for the day and the winner against QPR – life is good for the French international.
Our Newcastle v QPR man of the match poll highlighted the contribution of two players in particular yesterday.
Writer Brian Standen believes football and Newcastle United are now fun again, as he gets his mates back.
The Mike Ashley Sports Direct signs are coming down at St James Park – Photo
Alan Shearer proposed for top job at Newcastle United
Sports Direct removal continues – First the St James Park signs and now this at Newcastle United
Richard Keys attempts to drag Newcastle United down after first win of the season
Burnley fans with some…interesting views on what happened at St James Park