Sport Chris Hughton's Norwich take on his former team Newcastle

A look ahead to this week’s Premier League fixture at Carrow Road

Ranger guides Newcastle to seven-point advantage

Coventry City 0 Newcastle United 2

Liam Gallagher brands Noel the 'Kevin Keegan of rock'

Liam Gallagher has levelled the ultimate insult at his Manchester City mad brother Noel, branding him the Kevin Keegan of rock.

Ashley focused on promotion insists Llambias

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley's only focus is to get the club back into the Barclays Premier League.

Curbishley tipped for return to football

Alan Curbishley has been tipped to make a swift return to football after he won his claim against West Ham for constructive dismissal.

Keegan wins £2m damages from Newcastle

Newcastle were today ordered to pay former boss Kevin Keegan £2million in damages after he won his case for constructive dismissal.

Newcastle wait on Keegan decision

Newcastle and their former manager, Kevin Keegan, may have to wait until the week after next to learn the outcome of their compensation wrangle.

Newcastle could be forced into administration

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley could be forced to put the club into administration if former boss Kevin Keegan wins a massive compensation pay-out.

FA Confidential, By David Davies

When he joined the Football Association in 1994 David Davies was astonished to find an organisation he memorably describes as "part museum, part asylum", housed in a Dickensian warren with a chief executive, Graham Kelly, who opened everyone's post.

Keegan not only option says Le Tissier

Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier has revealed Kevin Keegan is not the only man he has talked to about the managerial vacancy should he complete his takeover of the Coca-Cola League One club.

Keegan linked with Southampton takeover

Southampton hope to find out tomorrow whether their former talisman Matt Le Tissier has saved the club yet again.

Shearer accepts hospital pass

On Tyneside they are in thrall to the cult of the Messiah and now at St James' Park there is a new Angel of the North. Alan Shearer has accepted the biggest, most dangerous, hospital pass of his career: he has taken over Newcastle United at their lowest ebb in 17 years.

Kinnear hints at Wise's exit

Joe Kinnear, the Newcastle United manager, has hinted that he could become director of football at St James' Park should medical advice prevent the 62-year-old from making a full-time return to the dugout. That would have implications for Dennis Wise, currently performing that task, and there is increasing noise from within St James' that the controversial Wise will leave the club at the end of this season. Another name being heard at the stadium is that of the Wigan manager Steve Bruce.

Silence of Llambias ends in claim Newcastle can be 'like Aston Villa'

Newcastle united Derek Llambias, Newcastle's managing director, spoke publicly for the first time yesterday, some eight months after moving to St James' Park.

Chris Maume: Memories of superstar tales that we heard from the great Vine

View from the Sofa: David Vine Weekend, ESPN Classic, Saturday and Sunday

Newcastle offer Kinnear new deal

Joe Kinnear has revealed he has been offered a "very lucrative" deal to stay on as Newcastle manager past the end of the season.

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