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Cisse has been linked with a quick exit from St James' Park

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The family of Claire Squires, who died while competing in the London Marathon, today paid tribute to an "an incredible, inspirational, beautiful and driven person" as donations to her charity rose towards £500,000.

Claire Squires: Images from her JustGiving fund-raising website page, where thousands of people have been donating after her death in the marathon yesterday

£200,000 pledged for charity of runner Claire Squires who died in London Marathon

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About 37,500 runners took part in the London Marathon, which finished in front of Buckingham Palace

Marathon marred by runner's death

Tragedy struck the London Marathon yesterday when a 30-year-old woman collapsed and died with only a mile of the race to go.

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Pardew's side have found momentum at key time of season with European places still up for grabs

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Cut out the theatrics, says Wenger

Manager attacks players for going 'overboard' ahead of Arsenal's match with Newcastle tonight

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Man charged after painting 'St James' at Newcastle United's stadium

A 29-year-old man has been charged with criminal damage at Newcastle United's stadium after its old name was painted on a wall.

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St James' Park sign on way out

The St James' Park sign has been removed at Newcastle United's ground to make way for the venue's new name.

Alan Pardew is promising to carry the fight to United at home tonight

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Alan Pardew tackled the elements out on Newcastle's training ground yesterday, but the manager, his coaching staff and his players never stood a chance in the face of North-east gales so severe that he was forced to call Sir Alex Ferguson and cancel a reserve-team fixture between the two Uniteds.

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