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Newcastle United Football Club (also known as The Magpies or The Toon) are an English professional football team based in Newcastle upon Tyne. They play in the Premier League and are historically the seventh most successful club in English football.[2] This takes into account all results since the beginning of English league football in 1888 but have won no significant competitions since their win of the old Division One in 1993.

The club formed in 1892 after the merger of two local clubs, Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End, and has since played at St James' Park, the old Newcastle West End ground in the city. Newcastle United supporters refer to themselves as the "Toon Army". Newcastle's traditional local rivals are Sunderland, with whom they have contested the Tyne-Wear derby since 1898.

History

In November 1881, the Stanley Cricket Club of South Byker decided to form an association football club, to play during the winter after the Cricket season had ended. They won their first match 5-0 against Elswick Leather Works 2nd XI. Just under a year later, in October 1882, they changed their name to Newcastle East End FC to avoid confusion with the cricket club in the town of Stanley, County Durham. Meanwhile, across the city, another cricket club began to take an interest in football and in August 1882, they formed Newcastle West End FC. West End played their early football on their cricket pitch, but later moved to St James' Park.

The region's first league competition was formed in 1889 and the FA Cup began to cause interest. Ambitious East End turned professional in 1889. West End, however, did not fare so well; in Spring 1892, West End approached East End with a view to a takeover, the directors having decided that the club could no longer continue.

Ultimately, it was decided that West End's players and most of its backroom staff would join East End. East End also took over the lease on St. James' Park, this effectively merged the two rival clubs together. By December 1892, they decided to give the club a new name and a new image. At a public meeting, several new names, including Newcastle Rangers and Newcastle City, were suggested, before all agreed on Newcastle United. The FA agreed to the name change on 22 December, but the new title was not legalised until 6 September 1895, when Newcastle United Football Club Co. Ltd. was constituted.

More FA Cup success: 1950s

During the 1950s, United lifted the FA Cup trophy on three occasions within a five year period. In 1951 they defeated Blackpool 2-0, a year later Arsenal were beaten 1-0 and in 1955 United defeated Manchester City 3-1. The Magpies had gained a high profile, and so had their players; 'Wor Jackie' Milburn and Bobby 'Dazzler' Mitchell in particular.

An old war horse returned to revitalise the Magpies in the shape of Joe Harvey, who had skippered the club to much of their post-war success. He teamed up with Stan Seymour to rebuild Newcastle United and they returned to the elite as Second Division Champions in 1965. Newcastle then became very much an unpredictable and inconsistent side, always capable of defeating the best, but never quite realising their potential.

Success in Europe

oe Harvey's side qualified for Europe for the first time in 1968 and surprised many the following year by lifting the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (which two years later became known as the UEFA Cup), beating Sporting Lisbon, Feynoord and Real Zaragoza along the way, before triumphing over two legs against Hungary's Újpest FC in the final. United possessed a reliable team and Newcastle's tradition of fielding a popular goalscorer at number 9 continued, as Welshman Wyn Davies was prominent.

In the years that followed European success, manager Harvey brought in a string of talented entertainers who thrilled the Gallowgate crowd. Players such as Jimmy Smith, Tony Green, Terry Hibbitt and in particular centre-forward Malcolm Macdonald all became favourites amongst supporters. Nicknamed 'Supermac', Malcolm Macdonald was one of United's most popular figures and is still held in high regard by supporters to this day. He had an impressive goalscoring tally, which led United's attack to Wembley twice, in 1974 and 1976, against Liverpool in the FA Cup and Manchester City in the League Cup. But on each occasion the Magpies failed to bring the trophy back to Tyneside. A small consolation was back to back triumphs in the Texaco Cup in 1974 and 1975.

By the start of the 1980s, United had declined dramatically and were languishing in the Second Division. Gordon Lee had replaced Harvey as boss, yet he in turn soon gave way to Richard Dinnis and then Bill McGarry. But it was Arthur Cox who steered United back again to the First Division with ex-England skipper Kevin Keegan the focus of the side, having joined the club in 1982.

With managers such as Jack Charlton, Willie McFaul and Jim Smith, Newcastle remained in the top-flight until the team was relegated once more in 1989.

Newcastle rise back up


Later, Kevin Keegan returned to Tyneside to replace Osvaldo Ardiles as manager on a short term contract in 1992, taking what he claimed to be the only job that could tempt him back into football. United were struggling at the wrong end of Division Two; Sir John Hall had all but taken control of the club and he needed a minor miracle to stop the Magpies from tumbling into the Third Division for the first time in their history. Survival was confirmed by winning both of their final two league games, at home to Portsmouth and away to Leicester City, the latter to a last minute own goal, although as it transpired, Newcastle would have survived even if they had lost at Leicester .

The 1992-93 season saw a dramatic turn around in the club's fortunes. They won their first eleven league games before a 1-0 home defeat against Grimsby Town ended the run, two games short of the English league record of 13 consecutive wins. Playing an exciting brand of attacking football Newcastle became Division One champions with a 2-0 away win, coincidentally at Grimsby, and gained promotion to the Premier League.

The Premiership Years


Under Keegan, Newcastle continued to succeed, impressing with their attacking flair and a third place finish during the 1993-94 season, this was their first season back in the top flight. The attacking philosophy of Keegan led to Newcastle becoming labelled by Sky television as "The Entertainers". The following season Newcastle sold top scorer Andy Cole to Manchester United and finished 6th that season.

With the transfer money in 1995-96, Newcastle rebuilt with the signing of David Ginola and Les Ferdinand amongst others. The Toon came very close to winning the Premier League that season, and were at one time 12 points ahead of nearest rivals Manchester United, but eventually lost out. One match in particular from that season stood out, the 4-3 defeat at Liverpool, which is commonly voted the best ever game in the first 14 years of the English Premier League. The following season saw Newcastle finish in second place again, despite the signing of Alan Shearer (a then world record transfer of £15 million). However the blow of a second successive failure to win the Premiership was softened as Newcastle defeated Manchester United in a famous 5-0 victory on October 24, 1996.

Keegan was replaced by Kenny Dalglish in 1997, who had a more defensive approach. United entered the Champions League, and reached the 1998 FA Cup Final, defeated 2-0 by Arsenal at Wembley in his first season. Dalgish' more cautious play was unpopular with fans of Newcastle's previous swashbuckling style, also it did not produce results so he was sacked during the 1998-99 season. Former Chelsea man Ruud Gullit, took over promising to bring back "sexy football" to Newcastle. This team managed to reach the FA Cup final that season but lost to Manchester United. However, Gullit's transfer acquisitions were unpopular, he also dropped fan favourites Robert Lee and Alan Shearer at various times. A humiliating start to the 1999-00 season saw him resign.

Toon into the 2000s

Former England manager Sir Bobby Robson was brought in to replace Gullit, he helped the club who were struggling at the time ensure survival in the Premiership. His first home game in charge was particually impressive; an 8-0 victory against Sheffield Wednesday, with Shearer scoring five. Over the next few seasons Robson built up a growing young squad with players such as Kieron Dyer, Craig Bellamy and Laurent Robert.

A Championship challenge emerged during the 2001-02 season, and Newcastle eventually achieved qualification for the Champions League. They also reached the quarter finals of both domestic cup competitions. The following season saw another championship challenge (they finished 3rd). In the Champions League that season their fortunes were more mixed, but they managed to reach the second group phase by beating clubs such as eventual finalists Juventus. They eventually went out by losing to FC Barcelona, though their performance was enough to put the club back among the best teams in Europe.

In the following seasons a slump began. The club were unable to continue their league form and finished 5th, in Europe they went out of the Champions league, but eventually reached the semi-finals of the UEFA cup where they lost 2-0 to Olympique de Marseille. The Sir Bobby Robson era came to an end when he was dismissed on 30 August 2004 following poor onfield form. Souness was brought in for what would be a short spell, they managed to reach the quarter-final of the UEFA Cup, and the semi-final of the FA Cup but performed poorly in the league.

Souness did however manage to sign Michael Owen for a record £17 million from Real Madrid. Unfortunately, injuries meant Owen played only ten matches for Newcastle in his first six months at the club. After a poor start to the season Glenn Roeder replaced Souness; during this time Alan Shearer scored his 201st goal for Newcastle, overtaking Jackie Milburn as the club's highest ever goal-scorer. That season Newcastle earned a UEFA Cup place with a 7th place finish, they also reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Roeder signed a couple of major players such as Damien Duff and Obafemi Martins.

Colours

Newcastle originally wore red and white stripes when the East End and West End clubs unified, continuing the tradition of the defunct Newcastle East End. To avoid confusion with their neighbours Sunderland, Newcastle changed to their now familiar black and white stripes in 1904. Ever since then, this basic colour design of the home kit has remained steadfastly unchanged, although the sock colour has occasionally changed from black to white over the years - notably during the Ruud Gullit era, who believed white was lucky. They have also sometimes worn white shorts when playing other stripe-wearing teams who also wear black shorts.

Conversely, Newcastle's change or away colours have beeen very inconsistent, with no one particular colour being more consistently recognisable than others. In the 1970s and 1980s, the change kits were mostly yellow and green, quite similar to Norwich City's home kit - these colours are often seen on Malcolm Macdonald. Since the 1990s, the away strip has often been some shade of blue. Other common away colours are all black, all white, yellow or grey. The most unusual away colour is arguably the maroon and blue horizontal hoop colours from the 1995-96 season. These colours later returned for the 2006-07 season.

Newcastle's European shirt colours have not been consistent. Some recent examples of colours used by the club in European competition are; all yellow with black shorts, all grey with black trim and most recently sky blue and black.

Newcastle's shirt sponsors were Scottish & Newcastle Breweries from 1982 - 1986. In 1986, Greenalls took over and ran until 1990 when S & N returned for a ten year stint. In 2000, NTL took over for three years, and then the club was sponsored by Northern Rock. Newcastle's home and away kit is currently manufactured by Adidas and in the past has been manufactured by Admiral, Bukta, Umbro and Asics.


Stadium


Newcastle's home stadium is St James' Park, which has been their home since the merger of East End and West End in 1891, though football was first played there in 1880. At the turn of the 20th century the ground could hold 30,000, but this was soon expanded to 60,000.[5] However, the ground was altered little in the next 70 years, and by the 1980s was looking dated.

The Bradford fire in 1985 prompted renovation, but progress was slow due to financial difficulties. The takeover of the club by Sir John Hall in 1992 resolved these difficulties, and the stadium was redeveloped to comply with the Taylor Report. In the mid-1990s, the club wished to build a new ground in the nearby Leazes Park, however these plans were quashed. In response to this, the club expanded St. James' Park further. Following the completion of the construction in 2000, St James' Park became the club ground with the second highest capacity in England, with 52,387 seats, behind Manchester United's Old Trafford, although it later became the third highest capacity after the completion of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.

Two stands, the Sir John Hall stand and the Milburn stand, have two tiers and are of cantilever construction, whereas the East Stand and the Gallowgate End are roughly half as high, and each have a single tier. This can make the stadium look quite lopsided. The Gallowgate End is traditionally home to Newcastle's most vociferous supporters, as it was once the stand with no roof covering. This is now the Sir John Hall stand higher tier (level 7).

It was announced on April 2, 2007 that the club intend to submit plans for a new £300million development that would increase the stadium's capacity to at least 60,000.[6]


Supporters


Newcastle have a large fanbase and the 3rd highest average attendance in England.[7] Supporters often refer to themselves as the "The Toon Army" and the "Geordies". The name Toon originates from the geordie word for town.[8] It is not known for sure where exactly the term Geordie comes from. It may originate from the Geordie lamps, which were miner's lamps developed by George Stephenson in 1815. However it has also been claimed that in 1745, George II recruited many troops from around the Newcastle area. They were known as "George's men", which became "Geordies men" in the local dialect, hence Geordies.[9]

Newcastle's supporters are one of the most passionate sets of fans in the country, with consistently large home crowds of around 52,000. The club is based in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, the only major club in the city. In recent times, where other clubs have attracted fanbases from all around the world, Newcastle's fanbase is still mostly within Britain, with a small percentage from other parts of the world, particularly Scandinavia[10] and Australia.[11]

Like all major English football clubs, Newcastle has a number of domestic supporters' clubs. The club's supporters publish fanzines such as True-Faith and The Mag. In addition to the usual English football chants, Newcastle's supporters sing the traditional Tyneside song "Blaydon Races".[12]

Newcastle's longest-running and deepest rivalry is with their nearest major neighbour, Sunderland, colloquially known as "The Mackems", a term used by Newcastle and Sunderland residents alike. Matches between the two are referred to as Tyne-Wear derby. Newcastle also have a smaller rivalry with Middlesbrough, with whom they contest the Tyne-Tees derby.

Newcastle in popular culture


Newcastle also formed the backdrop to one of the most successful football-related films, Goal! (2005).[13] The film is centred on a young man named Santiago Muñez (played by Kuno Becker), hoping to become a professional football player. He is signed up by Newcastle United and works his way up into the first team. On the last day of the season he scores the goal which qualifies Newcastle for the European Cup. Numerous Newcastle players appeared as themselves in the film, such as Alan Shearer, Kieron Dyer and Patrick Kluivert.

The club was the focus for another film, Purely Belter (2000).[14] It features two teenage Newcastle United supporters desperately trying to get money by any means necessary, in order to afford season tickets for home games played by Newcastle. Alan Shearer makes another cameo appearance; he signs autographs before the boys steal his car.

Statistics and records


    For more details on this topic, see Newcastle United F.C. records.

Jimmy Lawrence holds the record for the most Newcastle appearances, having played 496 first-team matches between 1904 and 1921 as a goalkeeper. Former captain and left back Frank Hudspeth comes second, having played 472 times, scoring on 37 occasions.

The club's top goalscorer with 206 goals in all competitions is former captain Alan Shearer, who surpassed Jackie Milburn's tally of 200 on 4 February 2006 against Portsmouth. Milburn had held the record since 1957, his striking partner Len White is the third highest scorer at Newcastle with 153 goals. Albert Stubbins would be Newcastle's all time leading goal scorer but his goals are not counted as the majority were scored during the Second World War.

Newcastle's record home attendance is 68,386, against Chelsea on 3 September 1930. The capacity of St James' Park is currently 52,387, so it is unlikely that these records will be broken in the foreseeable future. The highest attendance in the Premier League is 52,327, for a 2-0 loss against Manchester United on 28 August, 2005.





Current squad

 

1    Flag of Republic of Ireland    GK    Shay Given (Vice-Captain)
2    Flag of Republic of Ireland    DF    Stephen Carr
4    Flag of Peru    MF    Nolberto Solano
5    Flag of Turkey    MF    Emre Belözoğlu
7    Flag of Spain    FW    Albert Luque
8    Flag of England    MF    Kieron Dyer
9    Flag of Nigeria    FW    Obafemi Martins
10    Flag of England    FW    Michael Owen
11    Flag of Republic of Ireland    MF    Damien Duff
12    Flag of England    GK    Steve Harper
14    Flag of France    MF    Charles N'Zogbia
16    Flag of England    MF    James Milner
17    Flag of England    MF    Scott Parker (Captain)
      
No.       Position    Player
22    Flag of England    MF    Nicky Butt
23    Flag of England    FW    Shola Ameobi
26    Flag of England    DF    Peter Ramage
27    Flag of England    DF    Steven Taylor
30    Flag of Canada    DF    David Edgar
32    Flag of England    DF    Paul Huntington
33    Flag of Nigeria    DF    Celestine Babayaro
35    Flag of South Africa    MF    Matty Pattison
37    Flag of Republic of Ireland    MF    Alan O'Brien
39    Flag of England    FW    Andrew Carroll
40    Flag of Netherlands    GK    Tim Krul
42    Flag of Australia    FW    James Troisi
49    Flag of England    GK    Fraser Forster


Honours

    * First Division and Premier League[16] titles: 4
          o 1904-05, 1906-07, 1908-09, 1926-27

    * Second Division titles: 2
          o 1964-65, 1992-93

    * FA Cups: 6
          o 1910, 1924, 1932, 1951, 1952, 1955

    * Charity Shields and Community Shields[17]: 1
          o 1909

    * Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 1
          o 1969

    * UEFA Intertoto Cup: 1
          o 2006 (first ever overall winner)

    * Texaco Cups: 2
          o 1974, 1975

    * Anglo-Italian Cup: 1
          o 1973

    * Kirin Cup: 1
          o 1983
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Dobre igrache imaju vec duze vreme, ali ne znam koji je razlog zashto ne postizu rezultate

Imaju i dobre navijache ali boja na dresovima mi se ne svidja :mrgreen:

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Boja na dresovima je najjaca. . .  :wave:
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Eto i nasi drugari iz Engleske (stalne musterije  :mrgreen: ) da dobiju temu.

Evo jednog odlomka iz dnevnika jednog Magpija ( ili kako vec sebe zovu  :-k)


DAY OUT IN VIENNA

GEORDIE GROBARI

Wednesday 26th September 2001

After a long and anxious day at work its off to St James Park to watch NUFC v Leicester City calling at the Three Bulls Head first for a couple of drinks, no beer :-( long journey ahead of me, to meet up with the rest of the Hunwick Mags. When I arrived one or two of my mates could not believe that I was travelling on to Vienna straight after the game to watch PFC, many of them know that I have friends in Belgrade so it did not take me long to persuade them that with NUFC out of Europe this was the next best thing, I even think that some of them were quite jealous!! Anyway they all wished me well and it was off to the match...

The lads turned in a great performance and the 1-0 victory, Nobby Solano goal, does not tell the truth on how much NUFC dominated this match, after the dismal performance at West Ham 3 points were a must and the team did not disappoint, Shearer, Solano, Robert and Bellamy all playing first class football and on any other day the score line would have been 4-0... Another big crowd of 51,000 attended but only approx. 200 Foxes fans out of a 4,000 ticket allocation made the journey... After applauding the lads off the field it was back to my car and off to London for my flight to Austria...

Thursday 27th September 2001

I arrived in London Stanstead at 4.30am, then Salzburg at 11.30am just in time to catch the train at 12.10pm finally arriving in Vienna at 15.45pm some 17 hours after the game at SJP.. On arrival I was greeted by DDT, who was wearing a NUFC shirt, he gave me some brilliant gifts which included a new "Hunwick Mags" flag but best of all was the latest PFC shirt with "Nev #9" on the back, thank you lads I will treasure these for years to come:-) Also DDT had a bag full of beer with him, a wonderful site when you have just spent 17 hours travelling, so we set about finishing them off while we went in search of somewhere to stay. We finally found some bar with beds available, 100 Schilling ( £5 ) for the two of us, it was a fucking flea pit but for that price we did not care... It is now 5pm, so after a quick change and a beer in the bar, we decided to go to the supermarket for more cheap beer and head on over to the stadium..

Getting off the train and seeing the Gerhard Hanappi Stadion, the reality of making the trip starts to sink in and all sorts of thoughts are going through my head, especially after my last PFC away trip to the gypsy monkey loving scum of Red Star, when we all know the game was abandoned after 5mins, so I did not know what quite to expect here?? Well what I was about to be a part of will last in my memories for a very long time...

We walked around the stadium, beer in hand of course, first passing the SK Rapid supporters who did not seem to bothered by the number of Black & White fans walking about, then onto the next corner and suddenly everywhere is Partizan:-)

DDT spots someone he knows and tells him that I am from Newcastle, a shake of hands is exchanged and off we go, we only seem to walk 200 meters and then meet some more fans... Now one of these fans called Michelle!! speaks good English and asks me if I was in Belgrade for the PFC v NUFC game 1998 and was I drinking in the Kasina bar, I tell him yes, he then goes onto say that he exchanged shirts with one of the Geordies "Jimmy" and do I know of him, when I tell him that he was one of our group he asks me pass on his regards... By now more and more people are getting introduced to me and the taking of photo's is very popular... Then some of M.'s friends spotted the Nev#9 shirt and asked if I was his friend from England, I told them yes and they said that he was here:-) We then met the Grobari from the 3 buses that had travelled up from Belgrade, with more photo's been taken, then finally it was off to the match...

Well what can I say!!! At the turnstiles the police and stewards said that no cameras were allowed inside the stadium, I told them about being English and that I was here with friends from Belgrade, after 2 mins they let me in:-) Once inside the sight of all the Black & White was quite magnificent... I took many photo's and met many supporters, I think a lot of them were very surprised by my attendance but they all made me more than welcome, some people even remembered me from my visit to Belgrade last year for the derby game.. Everything happened so quickly but the things that will stick in my mind forever are 1/ Meeting Mladen inside the stadium, you should have seen the look on his face when he realised it was me:-) 2/ The fantastic vocal support, my Serbian is virtually nil but this did not stop me from trying to "Sing my heart out for the lads" 3/ The lighting of fireworks from the Grobari, this is the first time I have experienced being amongst a display, fucking excellent.. 4/ The fucking police (A.C.A.B) when they fought with the Grobari to stop the fireworks, wankers, there was no need for such brutality, its not surprising that fans and police don't mix.. 5/ The result, what the fuck happened, this is the only terrible part of my trip:-( I only hope that on my next PFC game they produce the goods...

After the game, it was back onto the train, which was packed with PFC fans, and then off to our hostel for a couple of beers in the bar before retiring to bed..

Friday 28th September 2001

The next morning I said goodbye to DDT and made my long journey back to Salzburg, where on arriving I spotted a PFC fan and shouted "Napred Partizan" he was surprised to find that I was English, unfortunately his English was bad and we could not communicate:-( I spent the night in Salzburg, lots of beer but no women, before my flight the next day.. My flight was delayed 3 hours and I finally arrived back home 11pm just in time for a few beers with Dobbler, telling him of my exploits and trying to make him jealous:-) Lastly many thanks BBC for helping me along this adventure and for supplying me with a match ticket, also many thanks to DDT for meeting me in Vienna and helping me along the way and finally to all the Grobari, thanks for your great friendship inside and outside of the stadium making this trip one I will never ever forget, be sure everyone that I will be in Belgrade as soon as possible...
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Ako će u Newcastle sjest poprilična suma novca kako se priča ne bi me čudilo da na jesen bude ova tema krcata "navijača" Newcastla, zato svaka čast ljudima koji sad navijaju za taj klub a ne kad bude "in" kao Chelsea za koji svi navijaju "od rođenja".

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MICHAEL Owen and Kieron Dyer have been included in Steve McClaren's full England squad for the game against Brazil having both featured for the 'B' team on Friday.

Owen played the entire match, while Dyer appeared for the final 26 minutes of the 3-1 win at Burnley's Turf Moor.

Steven Taylor was also a 64th minute introduction as two goals from Stewart Downing and an Alan Smith strike sealed victory over the Eastern Europeans.

McClaren's side will now take on Brazil in their first match at the new Wembley on Friday.

Alan O'Brien started his first game for the Republic of Ireland in their 1-1 draw with Bolivia in Boston at the weekend.

The 22-year-old, earning his fifth cap, crossed in the 12th minute for Reading's Shane Long to open the scoring.
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Na leto ortak ide u Englesku pa cu dobiti i sal sa stadiona tako da ono jedva cekam sta da kazem.. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Inace vec imam jedan njihov sal koji mi je dao neki klinac sa Partizan-Newcastle posto sam bio tamo blizu Severa pa je bilo prilike i da razmenimo salove  :D
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Imaju odlicnu ekipu i meni su vrlo simpaticni, ali neznam kako ne postizu neke vece rezultate ...

Dyer je jedno vrijeme vazio za najveceg talenta Engleskog fudbala, samo da nije bio toliko blentav i non stop se tukao mozda bi nekad neshto i bilo od njega ...
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