Against some pretty strong competition, the most annoying thing I am finding about Steve Bruce, are his comments about Andy Carroll. It feels like not a day goes by when the NUFC head coach isn’t talking about the striker. If I didn’t know better, I would think we had signed Ronaldo and Messi, with a 

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Ahead of the game tomorrow, Match of The Day commentator Guy Mowbray has been analysing the Newcastle v Brighton match. With only five games gone, some are already talking of this as a relegation six pointer, eighteenth up against sixteenth. Some pretty depressing stats for both teams. Brighton have won only one of their last 

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The Newcastle team v Brighton will be a testing selection for Steve Bruce. The NUFC Head Coach trying to win his first ever game at St James Park as  head coach. Losing to both Arsenal and Leicester, then that poor display and draw against Watford. Friday morning saw Steve Bruce give the following update on 

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On 12 September I counted up the number of unsold Newcastle v Brighton tickets nine days ahead of the the home game at St James Park. The club’s online ticketing website shows details of all the sections of St James Park, which allows fans to pick their Newcastle v Brighton tickets. What that also allows 

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We finally saw a conclusion to the Peter Beardsley situation yesterday. The FA finding him guilty (see below) of making racist comments to young Newcastle United players when employed as a coach. The findings of the three day hearing though, deeming him NOT to be a racist, despite making racist comments. This has provoked much 

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Steve Bruce has taken his pre-Brighton press conference. The NUFC head coach meeting journalists early Friday morning before training. Only the sixth Premier League game of the season but it is looking a massive match for the two clubs currently filling 16th and 18th places. As usual, injuries and fitness dominate much of the talk 

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Steve Bruce has been talking to Sky Sports on Friday morning. Only the sixth Premier League game of the season but it is looking a massive match for the two clubs currently filling 16th and 18th places. The Head Coach giving Sky Sports two bits of very positive news. As usual, injuries and fitness dominate 

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Around the world, here are the channels you can watch Newcastle v  Brighton Live TV. The global TV listings are featured below for local (to you) coverage on Saturday (5.30pm (UK) kick-off). Newcastle looking to win their first game at St James Park under Steve Bruce, after two defeats and a draw so far. Listings 

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