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Sol hails return of young gun MilnerSol hails return of young gun Milner by Nolberto Solano - 14/07/2006
Lee Ryder reports on Nobby's views as Jame Milner returns to Newcastle. [More]
Barton backing Roederto take United gloryBarton backing Roederto take United glory by Warren Barton - 29/06/2006
Lee Ryder of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle reports on Wal's thoughts... [More]
Luque in the mirrorLuque in the mirror by John Beresford - 31/05/2006
Bez interviewed by Lee Ryder of the Newcastle Chronicle about the future of Albert Luque's career. [More]
I can't wait for next seasonI can't wait for next season by Nolberto Solano - 10/05/2006
Nol looks forward to next season when interviewed by Lee Ryder. [More]
I'm backing Shearer to sign off in styleI'm backing Shearer to sign off in style by John Beresford - 09/03/2006
Lee Ryder interviews Bez as Big Al faces the trip to Old Trafford for the last time in his career. [More]
Elliott relishing Bolton VisitElliott relishing Bolton Visit by Robbie Elliott - 06/03/2006
Sport network report on Robbie's views prior to Saturday's game against Bolton [More]
Shrews may hand chance to McClenShrews may hand chance to McClen by Jamie McClen - 06/03/2006
The BBC report on Jamie's deal with Shrewsbury - winning a place on the bench after securing a contract during his recent trial. [More]
Just the job for smooth SolanoJust the job for smooth Solano by Nolberto Solano - 05/03/2006
Paul Forsyth of 'The Times' writes after Newcastle 3-1 vistory over Bolton - with a distinguished display by the Geordie Peruvian. [More]
I feel so sad to see him go, says SolanoI feel so sad to see him go, says Solano by Nolberto Solano - 03/02/2006
Souness, although failing to get the results, was held in respect by his players - here Nol gives his opinion on the departed Scot. [More]
Solano longing for Dyer's returnSolano longing for Dyer's return by Nolberto Solano - 31/01/2006
Paul Gilder's report in the Newcastle Journal on Nol's support for his fellow midfield colleague. [More]
Keegan days will never be repeatedKeegan days will never be repeated by Robbie Elliott - 29/01/2006
Robbie interviewd by the Sunday Sun talks about the unique circumstances that brought Newcastle to the forefront of footballing entertainment and excitement. [More]
We have to be strongWe have to be strong by Nolberto Solano - 13/01/2006
Nol's looks at this weekend's Premiership fixture at Fulham [More]
It's Ell For Us As WellIt's Ell For Us As Well by Robbie Elliott - 08/12/2005
Robbie speaks to Lee Ryder of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle on the frustration felt by both players and fans alike. [More]
Nol's verdict on Newcastle's trip to Stamford Bridge [More]
Barton is hoping to follow in Scott's steps by Warren Barton - 05/11/2005
Stuart Rayner's article focusing on Warren's ambitions to become a manager. [More]
No CelebrationNo Celebration by Nolberto Solano - 25/10/2005
Paul Gilder's report on Nol's reaction to the derby win over Sunderland. [More]
The Bobby Moore FundThe Bobby Moore Fund by John Beresford - 25/10/2005
Bez looks forward to helping two worthy causes as he flies off to Brazil to renovate a school and builda football pitch. [More]
Good to see OB and GriffGood to see OB and Griff by Robbie Elliott - 08/10/2005
After Newcastle played Portsmouth last week two of the four 'old boys' called in at the Newcastle hotel. [More]
Nobby blasts Sir BobbyNobby blasts Sir Bobby by Nolberto Solano - 12/09/2005
Neil Farrington's report in the Newcastle Sunday Sun concerning the souring relationship between Nobby and Sir Bobby Robson. [More]
The Rain in SpainThe Rain in Spain by Robbie Elliott - 09/09/2005
Robbie looks back at the recent club trip to Spain and talks about the excitement of the Owen transfer, the forthcoming Fulham game, and Derek Wright's ability as a golf course designer. [More]
Just like the ‘old days’Just like the ‘old days’ by Robbie Elliott - 23/08/2005
Robbie's thoughts his reunion with Lee Clark and how his fellow Geordie's passion for the club can inspire others. [More]
Glad to play footballGlad to play football by Jamie McClen - 05/08/2005
News from Carlisle after Jamie accepts a six month contract at Brunton Park. [More]
Scott Parker - a new legend?Scott Parker - a new legend? by Gavin Peacock - 15/06/2005
Gavin gives his opinion on Scott Parker's transfer to Newcastle and has high hopes that it's a great move for both club and player. [More]
Jamie McClen: A statementJamie McClen: A statement by Jamie McClen - 25/05/2005
After being associated with Newcastle United as a player for over sixteen years, it's very disappointing to be leaving the club. I was a supporter before I was a player and now that I'm moving on, I'll still be a supporter. Newcastle is my city and Newcastle United will always be my team. [More]
Solano to guest for sport boysSolano to guest for sport boys by Nolberto Solano - 24/05/2005
As Nol returns to Peru for the summer, he isn't quite ready to put his feet up... [More]
Peter RamagePeter Ramage by Robbie Elliott - 29/04/2005
Robbie congratulates Peter Ramage as he breaks into the first team and picks up a 'Man of the Match' award. [More]
Solano: Brawlers ruined everythingSolano: Brawlers ruined everything by Nolberto Solano - 06/04/2005
Simon Rushworth and Stuart Rayner report on Nol's return to St.James. What should have been an emotional return was completely overshadowed by the Bowyer, Dyer incident. [More]
Welcome 'home' NobbyWelcome 'home' Nobby by Robbie Elliott - 02/04/2005
Robbie looks forward to the return of Nol Solano in todays game and declares himself near to match fitness. [More]
Old boy targets returnOld boy targets return by Nolberto Solano - 31/03/2005
A Simon Rushworth article in the Newcastle Journal featuring Nol's dash from South America to Tynside in readiness for Saturday's match. [More]
Nobby plays down Toon returnNobby plays down Toon return by Nolberto Solano - 31/03/2005
A DAily Mail report featruing news from Nol on the speculation linking him with a return to Newcastle United. [More]
2005.. so far! by Lewis Hunt - 09/02/2005
Lewis looks back on everything since the beginning of this year. [More]
Jamie - you'll never be forgottenJamie - you'll never be forgotten by Robbie Elliott - 30/11/2004
Robbie wishes Jamie McClen good luck with his spell at Port Vale...and reminds us why Jamie was such a legend with another 'McClen classic'. [More]
Vale keen to take McClenVale keen to take McClen by Jamie McClen - 26/11/2004
Miles Starforth of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle reports on Port Vale's effort to take Jamie to the Potteries club. [More]
New defenders neededNew defenders needed by Warren Barton - 23/11/2004
Alan Oliver of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle interviews Warren about his thoughts on Newcastle's season. [More]
The return of the funky chicken!The return of the funky chicken! by Robbie Elliott - 29/10/2004
Robbie looks back to Sunday's goal and comments on both the Norwich game and the forthcoming matches against Bolton and Chelsea. [More]
Elliott in from the coldElliott in from the cold by Robbie Elliott - 23/09/2004
Simon Rushworth's Journal article as Robbie's name is taken off the transfer list at St. James Park. [More]
CongratulationsCongratulations by Robbie Elliott - 27/08/2004
Robbie offers his congratulations to two of his ex-team mates and then goes on to discuss tomorrows game against Villa. [More]
Yes it's Newcastle but I'm a Villa player nowYes it's Newcastle but I'm a Villa player now by Nolberto Solano - 26/08/2004
Nobby looks forward to Saturday's meeting between his past and present clubs....a game that could be crucial for Europena qualification when the points are added up next May. [More]
Feeling the heatFeeling the heat by John Beresford - 23/08/2004
With another season starting with disappointing results, Bez hopes that an early goal on Wednesday night will lead to the first three points of the season. [More]
Tribal rivalries just fantastic for SolanoTribal rivalries just fantastic for Solano by Nolberto Solano - 22/08/2004
An report on Nol's views on the West Midland's derbies. [More]
Just like making my debut again!Just like making my debut again! by Robbie Elliott - 16/08/2004
Robbie talks about Saturday's game against Boro where a new look defence held it's own in a 2-2 draw. [More]
A busy summerA busy summer by Warren Barton - 23/07/2004
After returning from the Bahamas and Bobby Robson's Golf Invitation at Portugal, there's no rest for Warren as he prepares for a new career in coaching. [More]
Star Bez's still got itStar Bez's still got it by John Beresford - 11/07/2004
A Newcastle Sunday Sun report on Bez's success on his recent trip to the Far East. [More]
Break the bankBreak the bank by John Beresford - 01/06/2004
Miles Starforth of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle interviews Bez about ex-Southampton team mate - James Beattie [More]
A review of the seasonA review of the season by John Beresford - 24/05/2004
Bez gives his end of term report on Newcastle's season... [More]
What a reliefWhat a relief by John Beresford - 17/05/2004
With away points hard to come by, Bez looks at Newcastle's away form and hopes that attitudes will change for next season. [More]
Thinking about next yearThinking about next year by Jamie McClen - 13/05/2004
Jamie, with the season not yet complete, is already planning for next season and intends to sacrifice a summer break in order to come back in the best possible shape. [More]
It could be a great year for all my ex-clubs!It could be a great year for all my ex-clubs! by Gavin Peacock - 11/05/2004
With relative success for Charlton, Chelsea, and QPR, and a chance that Newcastle will win their next two games, Gavin looks back on a satisfying season! [More]
It's not a disaster...yet!It's not a disaster...yet! by John Beresford - 10/05/2004
Bez's thoughts after yesterdays disappointing draw with Wolves. [More]
A difficult weekA difficult week by Robbie Elliott - 08/05/2004
Robbie reports on the disappointment of Marseille and hopes that both Southampton and Birmingham to do Newcastle a favour. [More]
A replacement for Shearer?A replacement for Shearer? by John Beresford - 28/04/2004
Bez looks at a possible replacement for Shearer, the battle for fourth spot, and refutes suggestions that Newcastle's training methods are responsible for the present injury crisis. [More]
Injuries and suspensions...but still up thereInjuries and suspensions...but still up there by Robbie Elliott - 27/04/2004
Robbie looks at the present injury crisis - not helped by future suspensions - but argues that Newcastle still have a lot to play for and the club needs to stay positive. [More]
The PFA AwardsThe PFA Awards by Peter Clarke - 26/04/2004
Peter tells us who he voted for in the PFA awards and also looks at the Premiership battle for both fourth place and fight to drop down to the Nationwide. [More]
Too tight to callToo tight to call by Robbie Elliott - 22/04/2004
Robbie looks forward to tonights game against Marseille and warns that although the French team may not be made up of household names, they should be treated with great respect. [More]
O'Leary's worry at Solano's hamstringO'Leary's worry at Solano's hamstring by Nolberto Solano - 20/04/2004
A report on the ic network featuring David O'Leary's reasoning behind his substitution of Nobby on Sunday. [More]
Fit to playFit to play by Nolberto Solano - 15/04/2004
Nobby returned to training today and declares himself fit for the big match against former club; Newcastle. [More]
Still some work to doStill some work to do by John Beresford - 14/04/2004
Bez looks at the Arsenal game and states that Newcastle are still some way from Arsenal's class. [More]
Solano fitness still in doubtSolano fitness still in doubt by Nolberto Solano - 14/04/2004
Sporting Life's update on Nol's fight to face his former employers this Sunday. [More]
Kezman's the manKezman's the man by Gavin Peacock - 14/04/2004
Gavin looks forward to a big night at St. James and identifies PSV's Kezman as the man Newcastle must watch [More]
Good to be back on the pitchGood to be back on the pitch by Jamie McClen - 06/04/2004
After a couple of injury niggles, Jamie enjoyed turning out for the reserves last week. With Newcastle facing PSV on Thursday, Jamie give us his views on a tough UEFA challenge. [More]
It'll go the wireIt'll go the wire by John Beresford - 05/04/2004
Bez looks at the battle for the final Champions League spot and states that nothing will be decided until the final game of the season. [More]
Nobby calls for reality checkNobby calls for reality check by Nolberto Solano - 01/04/2004
Ben Howell's report in the Birmingham Evening Mail featuring Nol's views on the high levels of expectancy at Villa. [More]
Sam's the manSam's the man by John McGinlay - 01/04/2004
With Bolton taking four points form their two meetings with Newcastle, Super John compares the resources of both managers and gives Sam Allardyce a big thumbs up. [More]
Sent back from CoventrySent back from Coventry by Peter Clarke - 01/04/2004
Peter looks back at his spell with the Midlands club and explains that his suspension resulted in the loan period not being extended. [More]
Thank youThank you by Warren Barton - 31/03/2004
Warren issues the following statement after announcing his playing retirement. [More]
Wal hangs up his bootsWal hangs up his boots by John Beresford - 31/03/2004
Bez's wishes his ex-colleague well and comments that football hasn't seen the last of Warren Barton. [More]
Barton opts to end career by Warren Barton - 30/03/2004
The BBC report on today's announcement that Warren will retire from playing. More later... [More]
Elliott poised for United comebackElliott poised for United comeback by Robbie Elliott - 29/03/2004
Simon Rushworth's article featuring an interview with Robbie on his progression to a first team recall. [More]
Well, we're throughWell, we're through by John Beresford - 26/03/2004
Bez looks back on last night's 3-0 away win and warns that Newcastle must improve if they're to progress into the UEFA semi's. [More]
Time for a winTime for a win by John McGinlay - 22/03/2004
With four straight Premiership defeats on the bounce, Super John feels Sunday's game against Newcastle can put an end to the disappointing run. [More]
Solano - Angel is Villa's ShearerSolano - Angel is Villa's Shearer by Nolberto Solano - 19/03/2004
James Nursey of the Birmingham Evening Post interviews Nol who draws comparison between Angel and Shearer and their importance to their respective sides. [More]
The big gameThe big game by John Beresford - 19/03/2004
Bez offers his thoughts on tomorrows Premiership clash between Newcastle and Charlton. [More]
Keep believingKeep believing by Gavin Peacock - 15/03/2004
Gavin draws a similarity between media perceptions of both Chelsea and Newcastle, and comments that both clubs can finish the term strongly and look back on relatively succesful seasons. [More]
Getting thereGetting there by Jamie McClen - 11/03/2004
Jamie talks about hiis frustrations with recent injury and with his lack of first team football. [More]
Elliott battling for on for a call-upElliott battling for on for a call-up by Robbie Elliott - 03/03/2004
Simon Rushworth's article on Robbie's quest for a starting place in tonight's UEFA Cup game. In actual fact Robbie makes the bench, but any injury to the back four could see him make an appearance. [More]
Own goals?Own goals? by John Beresford - 01/03/2004
With Lua Lua scoring an 89th minute equaliser and the Bowyer ban not yet started, Bez admits that mistakes have been made, but asks that the fans don't lose perspective. [More]
A 12 game ban for Lee Bowyer?!A 12 game ban for Lee Bowyer?! by Robbie Elliott - 24/02/2004
With news reaching the players this morning regarding Lee Bowyer's UEFA ban, Robbie states that the 'administrative error' is a victory for bureacracy over common sense. Robbie also thanks the Newcastle fans who gave him a good reception during Saturday's game against Boro. [More]
Let's look forwardLet's look forward by Nolberto Solano - 24/02/2004
Nobby talks positive after the 2-2 derby draw, and also comments on how he's settling in to life in England's second city! [More]
The Fat Club by Jamie McClen - 16/02/2004
He'd never be accused of eating all the pies, but that didn't stop Jamie taking on John Carver, Stevie and Gary Caldwell in a month long diet competition! [More]
The good, the bad, and the uglyThe good, the bad, and the ugly by John Beresford - 12/02/2004
Bez looks at last night's game at Blackburn - no prizes for guessing that Lucas Neill's challenge on Craig Bellamy is classed as 'the ugly'!!! [More]
It's been a  good weekIt's been a good week by Nolberto Solano - 06/02/2004
Nol takes stock of his move from Newcastle to Villa and comments that it's time not to forget Newcastle, but to focus on Aston Villa. [More]
Transfer movement by Robbie Elliott - 05/02/2004
Although nothing seemed to happen in the first few weeks of the transfer window, it all got quite exciting as the deadline loomed. [More]
Birmingham vs NewcastleBirmingham vs Newcastle by John Beresford - 31/01/2004
Birmingham will be a tough game. They've had a very good season so far and although they suffered a bit of blip lately, but they will be looking to get back on winning tracks. [More]
Nobby is upset at substitutionNobby is upset at substitution by Nolberto Solano - 26/01/2004
Miles Starforth's Evening Chronicle article concerning yet another curtailed appearance for Nobby. The 7,000 Geordies in the Liverpool ground obviously disagreed with Sir Bobby's decision. [More]
Red letter day for footballRed letter day for football by Warren Barton - 18/01/2004
An article concerning racism and football with particular reference to Newcastle United and with both Warren and past team mate John Beresford mentioned. [More]
Clarkie's backClarkie's back by John Beresford - 14/01/2004
After a great team performance at Old Tafford, Bez warns that Fulham are more than capable of causing Newcatsle difficulties. With his ex-teamate returning home for the first time, Bez looks forward to Lee Clark's St. James reception. [More]
Training, revision and partying (?!) by Robbie Elliott - 14/01/2004
It's been exam time for Robbie as he makes progress for his Sports Science degree. But with both training and parental responsibilities taking up a great deal of time, it's been a busy month even without reserve team fixtures. [More]
Robson ends Solano talkRobson ends Solano talk by Nolberto Solano - 12/01/2004
A report concerning Sir Bobby's clarification of Nol's position at the club, it appears he's not for sale after all. [More]
Newcastle's transfer windowNewcastle's transfer window by John Beresford - 09/01/2004
With the transfer window getting off to a slow start, Bez looks at the situation at Newcastle and wonders why Solano seems to be the most likely to move on. [More]
Solano reveal Villa interestSolano reveal Villa interest by Nolberto Solano - 07/01/2004
Sky Sports interview Nobby who comments on the recent speculation concerning a move away from Newcastle to Villa. [More]
Pep-talk for United starPep-talk for United star by Nolberto Solano - 19/12/2003
Siomon Rushworth's report on Nol's advice to Portugal's Hugo Viana - as both players face up to life in the periphery of Newcastle's starting eleven. [More]
Two wonder goalsTwo wonder goals by Robbie Elliott - 15/12/2003
Robbie watched Laurent Robert score two magic goals against Spurs, although the second was a little more spectacular, the first was more technically challenging. [More]
West London successWest London success by Gavin Peacock - 13/12/2003
Gavin looks at the progress of Chelsea and QPR, and also talks about Liverpool's unadventurous tactics at Newcastle [More]
A crucial three weeksA crucial three weeks by John Beresford - 12/12/2003
With the holiday period seeing games come thick and fast, Bez compares the respective challenges faced by Newcastle and Liverpool and states that Newcastle will be looking to increase the pressure on their scouse rivals. [More]
No complaintsNo complaints by Warren Barton - 11/12/2003
With QPR playing very well, Warren has few complaints about his lack of first team action. He also includes an interview recently given for the Maidstone United programme... [More]
Well done Nobby!Well done Nobby! by Jamie McClen - 09/12/2003
With Nol Solano making a second half appearance against Liverpool, Jamie comments on how well the Peruvian played against England international; Emile Heskey. [More]
Solano staying in toonSolano staying in toon by Nolberto Solano - 05/12/2003
A Sky Sports report featuring an interview with Bobby Robson where the Newcastle boss claims to want to keep Nol at St.James [More]
Newcastle - too strong for LiverpoolNewcastle - too strong for Liverpool by John Beresford - 05/12/2003
With the two teams most likely to be fighting for the 4th spot in the Premiership, Bez backs his former club to overcome the Scousers tomorrow. [More]
I've already got your autograph Pedro!I've already got your autograph Pedro! by Robbie Elliott - 04/12/2003
Robbie looks back on Peter Beardsley's Variety Club dinner - a good night that ended in acute embarrasment... [More]
Keep focusedKeep focused by John Beresford - 26/11/2003
Bez looks at Thursday's UEFA tie with Basel and Kevin Keegan's unsuccessful return to St. James Park. [More]

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