The two Geordie stars sympathise with fans protesting against the club's management - and say they would join a boycott if they could.Read the full story ›
A campaign group is asking fans who want to attend Newcastle's match against Swansea to 'stand up to Ashley' during the match.Read the full story ›
Thousands of Newcastle fans are expected to boycott today's game against Tottenham at St James' Park.
The Magpies recent run of form has angered some supporters, who blame owner Mike Ashley for not investing more money in the club.
Campaigners from the 'Ashley Out' group say they will hand out 20,000 leaflets near the stadium before kick-off at 4pm.
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Hartlepool's Great Escape plans in League Two took a knock today.
They suffered a 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Luton. However, that does not change their standing in the table as the two teams below them, Cheltenham and Tranmere, also lost their games today.
Meanwhile York were beaten 1-0 by Shrewsbury. The Minstermen are already safe from relegation.
Middlesbrough have slipped from 1st to 3rd in the Championship today.Read the full story ›
Plans by Newcastle fans to boycott a Spurs game on Sunday have been confirmed by organisers.
The 'Ashley Out' campaign have released a statement urging fans to join a protest before the game.
They are protesting over the recent poor performance and a lack of investment in the club.
A group of young Tyneside footballers are heading to Barcelona for an international competition.Read the full story ›
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat says he knows "how" Crystal Palace will approach their trip to the Stadium of Light.Read the full story ›
Newcastle United Head Coach John Carver has spoken about his team's defeat at the weekend. He said that his team were "2nd best in every department" and that "by hook or by crook we have to turn this thing around."
Newcastle lost their fifth Wear/Tyne derby in a row.
Sunderland A.F.C head coach, Dick Advocaat, has said that his team "worked their socks off to get a good result" and added that they played much better than last week.
Sunderland won their fifth Wear/Tyne derby in a row, the win moves Advocaat's side up to 15th on 29 points.