|Benitez: Murphy Signed for His Championship Experience Sat 22nd Oct 2016|
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez confirmed that the Blues won’t face their former striker Daryl Murphy at St James’ Park this afternoon and says he signed the Irishman, who has recently been suffering with a calf problem, to add Championship experience to his squad.
|Sears: Newcastle as Tough as They Come But We Can Cause an Upset Fri 21st Oct 2016|
Freddie Sears has ended a nightmare run of 38 games without a goal but admits there could be a dearth of scoring chances when Town take on Championship leaders Newcastle at St James’ Park tomorrow.
|We’re Taking This Division By Storm – Notes for Newcastle Fri 21st Oct 2016|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at St James’ Park by delving into their forums.
|McCarthy: Newcastle Trip Totally Different to Tuesday Fri 21st Oct 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects Saturday's game against Championship leaders Newcastle United at St James' Park to be completely different from Tuesday's 2-0 home victory over Burton Albion which saw the Blues end their five-match goalless and winless run.
|McCarthy: Lovely to Have McGoldrick Back Thu 20th Oct 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s lovely to have David McGoldrick available again with the striker set to return to the first-team squad at Newcastle on Saturday.
|Town Visit Blackburn Looking for October Revolution Fri 14th Oct 2016|
Town visit Blackburn Rovers on Saturday looking for their first October victory under Mick McCarthy’s management as well as an end to a run of four games without a goal or a win.
|McCarthy: Williams and McGoldrick Can Add Spark Fri 14th Oct 2016|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy believes returning pair Jonny Williams and David McGoldrick can add a much-needed spark to his misfiring Town side. Williams could make his fourth Blues debut at Blackburn tomorrow, while McGoldrick is expected to return to the squad for next Saturday’s trip to Newcastle.
|Town Out to End Goalless Run Against Championship Leaders Huddersfield Fri 30th Sep 2016|
The Blues face Championship leaders Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon looking to end a run of three successive games without a goal. Goalless home draws against Aston Villa and on Tuesday night Brighton sandwiched a 1-0 loss at Leeds United last Saturday.
|Chambers: Best Can Be Our Main Man Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Luke Chambers believes Town new boy Leon Best – set to make his full debut against Brighton at Portman Road tonight – can plug the gap caused by Daryl Murphy’s move to Newcastle in the summer transfer window.
|McCarthy: Brighton a Huge Test Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says tonight’s opponents Brighton and Hove Albion will be a “huge test” for his side with the third-placed Seagulls full of confidence having won their last three Championship matches.
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