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Former top referee Graham Poll has questioned the sending off of Fabricio Coloccini in Sunday’s derby match.
Mike Williamson has hit back at John Carver’s claims that he got sent off deliberately to avoid playing the rest of the season.
Coloccini should be ensuring he is very visible at each of these next three matches, work even harder in training and do community work.
Moussa Sissoko has apologised to the Newcastle players after his embarrassing sending off destroyed any hope of getting back into the match at West Ham.
Alan Pardew felt Phil Dowd changed the course of the game with his decisions, as well as spoiling what could be Shola Ameobi’s final match.
The benefits of Loic Remy short-term have been obvious in terms of goals this season but Paul Patterson wonders what long-term benefits he brings.
The Remy red card is a nightmare with the mackems, Chelsea and Spurs coming up, was it a red though? Watch here and judge for yourself.
We all know what a disgraceful cheat Suarez is, but even though he made the most of the contact (as always), it was obvious even from the Leazes end where I was sitting that the referee had only one course of action.
Coloccini wrapped both hands around his throat it led to some spectacular overacting on Caetano’s part.
Watch here and make your own minds up.
Putting down his Racing Post for a second, Michael Owen has shown that he has learnt plenty whilst watching matches from the bench over the last few years.
Premier League new announcement – Even more shameful and unfair on Pay Per View
Elias Sorensen scores ‘beautiful’ first ever professional goal against Newcastle’s former European opponents
This latest nonsense suggests Steve Bruce maybe just doesn’t understand the criticism
Andy Gray slaughters Steve Bruce for his appalling negative tactics after Wolves 1 Newcastle 1
Tim Sherwood talks Newcastle United again – How on earth did he avoid Sky sackings?