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Watford can show the present and future Newcastle owners the way forward on Saturday
Watford can show the present and future Newcastle owners the way forward on Saturday
Amanda Staveley's consortium made a bid this week but Newcastle must avoid getting stung by the Hornets
Scrappy Crystal Palace win breeds hope of a bright future for Newcastle United
Scrappy Crystal Palace win breeds hope of a bright future for Newcastle United
It took until the 86th minute, but Newcastle broke the Eagles' resistance to grab a much-needed win.
Newcastle will face a different challenge against Crystal Palace this weekend
Newcastle will face a different challenge against Crystal Palace this weekend
Takeover talk has created positivity, but Newcastle must be brave against a struggling Palace side
Newcastle's efficient completion of the Merino deal only magnifies frustrations after lacklustre summer
Newcastle's efficient completion of the Merino deal only magnifies frustrations after lacklustre summer
The Spain under-21 midfielder signed for the club permanently on Friday after an initial loan move
Joselu again costly as Newcastle suffer familiar defeat at Brighton
Joselu again costly as Newcastle suffer familiar defeat at Brighton
The Magpies striker has missed a lot of key chances in recent weeks
Mikel Merino's early form means Jonjo Shelvey is no longer indispensable at Newcastle United
Mikel Merino's early form means Jonjo Shelvey is no longer indispensable at Newcastle United
The Magpies face Swansea on Sunday with no left-back, no in-form striker and possibly no manager.
Grading the transfers: Borussia Dortmund
Grading the transfers: Borussia Dortmund
We take a look at the impact made by Dortmund's eight summer signings at the halfway stage of the 2016-17 Bundesliga season.
Group leadership at stake as Real Madrid face Dortmund (Preview)
Group leadership at stake as Real Madrid face Dortmund (Preview)
Have Borussia Dortmund been incredibly efficient in the transfer market despite losing Hummels, Gundogan and Mkhitaryan?
Have Borussia Dortmund been incredibly efficient in the transfer market despite losing Hummels, Gundogan and Mkhitaryan?
One of the busiest windows in Dortmund history sees big clubs strip their squad of talent. But have they hit back with some great business?
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