The four-time Olympic champion has confirmed will continue his road racing career on September 9 in Newcastle.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Newcastle fans have lined Northumberland Street to protest against the running of the club by owner Mike Ashley.Read the full story ›
The 27-year-old all-rounder and two other men each deny a joint charge of affray.Read the full story ›
Newcastle have completed the signing of West Brom striker Salomon Rondon on a season-long loan deal, with Dwight Gayle moving in the other direction as part of the agreement.
Rondon, 28, scored seven Premier League goals last season as the Baggies dropped out of the top-flight.
He will now link up with Rafael Benitez's Newcastle, with Gayle heading to the Hawthorns on loan for the campaign in return.
Venezuela international Rondon becomes Benitez's sixth summer recruit, following on from the signings of Martin Dubravka, Kenedy, Yoshinori Muto, Fabian Schar and Ki Sung-yeung.
Announcing the news on their official website, Newcastle's statement claimed Rondon was Benitez's "number one transfer target" this summer.
"I am delighted to sign Salomon," the Newcastle boss said.
"When we were looking for options up front, we knew how important experience would be. Salomon has been in the Premier League for a while and he knows how demanding it is."
An agreement has been formalised between the Magpies and Muto’s current club, FSV Mainz 05, and the player has undergone a medical.Read the full story ›
There's disappointment across the North East after England missed out on the chance to play in their first World Cup final since 1966.Read the full story ›
An extra-time goal from Mario Mandzukic sent Croatia to the World Cup final at England's expense.Read the full story ›
Football fans have embraced the Gareth Southgate look to honour the England Manager for the team's success so far in the World Cup.Read the full story ›
Semi-finalists from the last two occasions England reached the final four of a major tournament have reacted to beating Sweden.Read the full story ›
Washington-born Jordan Pickford was tonight's penalty hero in England's nail biting match against Colombia in Moscow - putting the Three Lions through to their first World Cup quarter final in 12 years.
He saved a crucial Colombian penalty to help England win- they'll face Sweden on Saturday.
England won 5-4 (4-3 in penalty shootout) to advance to the quarter-final.
It's the first time England have won a shootout since 1996.