Sport Clement Grenier could move to Newcastle to replace Yohan Cabaye after Newcastle made a reported £20m offer for the Lyon Frenchman

Magpies allowed Yohan Cabaye to join Paris Saint Germain on Wednesday and are looking to reinvest the £20m received in the highly-rated Frenchman

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 11 December 2012

Rodallega heads Fulham to victory against Newcastle

Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi

Shola Ameobi tells Newcastle to draw inspiration from last season

Newcastle play Fulham tonight at Craven Cottage

Newcastle United's Gael Bigirimana, centre, celebrates his goal against Wigan

Alan Pardew hints at possible loan moves for Newcastle youngsters

Youngsters struggled against Bordeux

Alan Pardew has seen his side slump since signing a new deal

Newcastle injury woe easing ahead of Fulham trip

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The Sports Matrix: Friday 7 December 2012

'Unflappable' Cook praised for record tally of centuries

Bordeaux's Cheick Diabate centre left, celebrates with David Bellion, after scoring against Newcastle United

Alan Pardew aims to bolster Newcastle team for the next phase of Europa League

Bordeaux 2 Newcastle United 0

Alan Pardew has seen his side slump since signing a new deal

Newcastle United flight to Bordeaux delayed by wintry weather

Europa League preparations hit by cold snap

Hatem ben Arfa was in inspirational form before his injury

Injury to Ben Arfa sours Newcastle's progress

Newcastle United 1 Maritimo 1

Alan Pardew hopes to strengthen Newcastle squad in January

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has insisted owner Mike Ashley is well aware of the strains European football is placing on his injury-hit squad.

Double trouble: Premier League rivals will suffer If Manchester United's forward pairing of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney (pictured) and Newcastle United’s Papiss Cissé and Demba Ba start to score in tandem

Dynamic duos promise goals as Newcastle take on United

The Cissé-Ba and Rooney-Van Persie pairings should light up St James's Park

Demba Ba scores a fantastic goal against Manchester United

Newcastle defeat still rankles Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson wants a reaction similar to that which followed defeat at Newcastle last season as his side travel to Tyneside again.

Cisse celebrates scoring the third goal of the game

Papiss Cisse's confidence is 'pretty sound' says Newcastle boss Alan Pardew

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew insists there is no need to question Papiss Cisse's confidence after seeing the striker help fire his side to the top of Europa League Group D.

Papiss Cissé scores Newcastle's third goal against Bordeaux

Cabaye helps emphatic Newcastle finally find their feet

The first statement of the season; emphatic, comfortable and dominant. Newcastle have waited since August for their campaign to ignite. When Alan Pardew punched the air to celebrate his team's third goal, from the foot of the out-of-sorts Papiss Cissé, it felt like a gear change.

Papiss Cissé scores Newcastle's third goal against Bordeaux
Cisse celebrates scoring the third goal of the game

Classy Cisse finishes off Bordeaux

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