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French league champions had seen a £14m bid rejected but appear to have made a breakthrough in negotiations to open personal terms with the French midfielder

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The Newcastle manager Alan Pardew was jeered by the home fans for his substitutions

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The City financier Crispin Odey recorded a 24 per cent return in his flagship hedge fund last year, powered by daring investments in companies such as Barclays and BSkyB.

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The City financier Crispin Odey recorded a 24 per cent return in his flagship hedge fund last year, powered by daring investments in companies such as Barclays and BSkyB.

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Recurrence of hamstring injury may see Newcastle playmaker Hatem Ben Arfa miss Manchester City clash

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Xisco is in the squad to face FC Bruges

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The utterance from Alan Pardew two weeks ago was just about as damning as anything he has said as Newcastle United manager. "For the first time since I have been here, he has shown signs of life."

Newcastle United striker Demba Ba

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A Newcastle fans' group has voiced its concern over the club's controversial decision to enter into a sponsorship agreement with loans company Wonga.

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Managing director Derek Llambias optimistic about Newcastle's financial future

Newcastle managing director Derek Llambias is confident the events of the past fortnight have helped to secure the long-term future of the club.

<b>17 September 2012</b><br/>	Newcastle players celebrate Demba Ba’s last minute equaliser as they drew 2-2 with Everton in a thrilling encounter.

Newcastle stadium name returns to St James' Park after four-year sponsorship deal with wonga.com is struck

Newcastle will play their home games at St James' Park once again after payday loans company wonga.com snapped up the naming rights to the stadium.

Alan Pardew plans top-four tilt

Alan Pardew believes he has been given the time to lead Newcastle back into the Champions League after signing an eight-year contract.

Debuchy had reiterated his desire to quit Lille after Euro 2012

Mathieu Debuchy wants Newcastle move, says Yohan Cabaye

Yohan Cabaye is hoping Newcastle can capture France team-mate Mathieu Debuchy after revealing the defender is desperate to follow him to Tyneside.

The Business Week In Review: Tim Cook, Mike Ashley, Ian Cheshire, Yell and Nat Rothschild

In profit...

Fears that Steve Jobs’s name was bigger than the Apple brand can now be dismissed. On Monday, Apple stock soared past $500-a-share for the first time in the technology behemoth’s history.

JD Sports set to snap up ailing Blacks after it goes into administration

JD Sports Fashion is expected to buy the troubled outdoor retailer Blacks Leisure on Monday after it enters administration.

Blacks Leisure today warned full-year profits would be lower than expected

Blacks to go into administration

Stricken retailer Blacks Leisure confirmed today it will go into administration but said it still hopes most of the business will be salvaged by buyers.

Ashley closes in on Black Leisure

The sportswear giant Sports Direct is among four trader buyers piecing together final-round bids for Blacks Leisure, the embattled outdoor retail specialist.

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