Football fans have taken to Twitter to express their sadness at the news Cheick Tiote has died, aged 30.Read the full story ›
Tiote, who only moved to China four months ago, was said to have been taken to hospital on Monday after collapsing.Read the full story ›
Cheick Tiote collapsed after a training session with Beijing Enterprises, which he joined after leaving Newcastle UnitedRead the full story ›
The Ghana international was on loan from Chelsea last season and has now signed a four-year deal with Newcastle UnitedRead the full story ›
Rafa Benitez has spoken about the importance of having 'everybody together united' ahead of crucial talks with the club's owner Mike Ashley.Read the full story ›
The explosion of relief told its own story as the celebrations began. St James' Park rocked to the Champions beat. By Stuart Stratford.Read the full story ›
Going into the match, the Magpies knew they had to better Brighton and Hove Albion's result if they were to lift the trophy.Read the full story ›
Newcastle fans are beginning to arrive at St James' Park for Sunday's title deciding clash with Barnsley.
Rafa Benitez's side must better Brighton's result against Aston Villa at Villa Park if they're to win the league.
It is a sell-out, 52 thouands plus crowd at St James' Park for Sunday's lunchtime fixture.
Whatever the outcome of Sunday's game, Newcastle will play Premier League football next season.
The only question that remains is whether or not the Magpies will be promoted as league Champions.
The Magpies go into Sunday’s match against Barnsley with a chance of lifting the Sky Bet Championship trophy.Read the full story ›
Former Newcastle United striker Andrew Cole underwent a kidney transplant in April and said he is on the mend.Read the full story ›