The Gateshead manager Ian Bogie lost his job as manager of Gateshead on Monday, with the Tyneside club in 14th position of 24 teams in the Blue Square Bet Premier, and after being beaten 3-0 at Cambridge United on Saturday. Ian Bogie dismissed as Gateshead manager Ian was manager of Gateshead for six years [.
News today that Newcastle's Australian born midfielder Brad Inman has turned down a chance to play out on loan at Gateshead. Brad Inman refused to go on loan at Gateshead That's always a dangerous move for a young player to make, but it seems that Brad wants to go out on loan but [...]
Newcastle's 19 year-old Australian center-back Curtis Good could be going out on loan at nearby Gateshead, and Curtis has just returned from captaining the Australian U21 side against Portugal, a game the Socceroos lost 4-1. Curtis Good could go on loan to Gateshead Curtis arrived on Tyneside in the summer, and he's played in [.
It's an important season for 20-year-old James Tavernier, who joined¬ Newcastle¬ from Leeds United
in 2008, when he was just 16. James Tavernier in action in Athens against Atromitos James has come
on well over the last¬ eighteen¬ months or so, after he played 50¬ times in total out on¬ loan¬ at¬
Gateshead, Carlisle United, Sheffield Wednesday and MK Dons.
Liverpool may have to accept a substantial loss on Andy Carroll, as Newcastle United refuse to
offer more than ¬£12 million for the striker, reports suggest.
Liverpool have placed a ¬£20 million price tag on the man they signed from the Magpies a year and a
half ago, but Alan Pardew and the Newcastle United hierarchy have no intention of matching that
fee, the Daily Mail report.
We've been wondering lately whether Newcastle are still interested in signing Andy Carroll back
from Liverpool, and news in the Evening Chronicle today suggests that Newcastle may have to pay
much more than they have offered, to get the Gateshead-born striker back to Newcastle. Andy Carroll
only wants to join Newcastle United The paper [.
Curtis Good had an impressive game last night for a Newcastle¬ eleven, who won 4-1 win over
Gateshead at the International Stadium, and that's impressive, given it was the¬ lad's¬ first game
for a while, as he waited for the transfer to come through, ¬ and he arrived on Tyneside a full
week ago. Curtis Good the move [.
New boy Chris Good played 79 minutes at the International Stadium¬ tonight¬ in the¬ Newcastle¬
Reserves 3-1 win over Gateshead, and before that Curtis gave his very first interview on the¬
Newcastle¬ web -site. It's Good Curtis in Newcastle colors Curtis¬ was¬ on¬ Tyneside¬ for about 10
days in April, when he was having his trial, which led to his signing yesterday on a [.
Liverpool will have to accept making a loss if they wish to part ways with Andy Carroll this
summer, according to Newcastle United manager, Alan Pardew.
Carroll's future at Anfield has been under more scrutiny than ever since Liverpool manager Brendan
Rodgers hinted that the 23-year old forward may not be part of his plans as the club prepares to
embark on a new season.
Newcastle have finally announced their pre-season¬ schedule of games, which sees them playing six
games, before the¬ season¬ starts against Tottenham at St. James' Park on 18th August. Here is the
official list of pre-season¬ games¬ that¬ Newcastle¬ have just announced. There is¬ ¬ definitely¬ a
game also scheduled at the International Stadium against¬ Gateshead¬ on Wednesday, 1st August, but
¬ Newcastle¬ will send¬ a Development eleven to that game.
It's really surprising that Newcastle's first game of the pre-season is scheduled provisionally for
next Friday night, but nothing yet has yet been announced by Newcastle, other than the two games in
the Algarve tournament in Portugal and the games at Gateshead and Cardiff City. Cardiff City's new
red crest Newcastle¬ have been in a bit [.
James Tavernier is highly thought¬ of¬ at¬ Newcastle. James Tavernier while on loan at Carlisle
James has set the example for other Newcastle youngsters, by playing on loan at Gateshead,¬ ¬
Carlisle, Sheffield Wednesday and the MK Dons, ¬ and he has¬ improved¬ his game¬ considerably¬ over
the last 15 months, ¬ by playing 50 games ¬ on loan.
Newcastle piled the misery on struggling Liverpool with a 2-0 win at St James' Park to move 11
points clear of the Merseysiders.
Papiss Cisse was the hero for Newcastle as the new Magpies No.9 outshone the returning Andy Carroll
with both goals to move the home side level on points with Chelsea.
20 year-old James Henry Tavernier¬ has so so far played 51 games in his fledgling football career.
Charlton's Johnnie Jackson and MK Dons' James Tavernier fight for the ball But only two of them are
with¬ Newcastle, and he has racked up the rest on loan at Gateshead (18), Carlisle United (17),¬
Sheffield¬ Wednesday (8)and MK Dons (6), where [.
We suppose¬ Newcastle¬ fans have¬ to¬ get used to top clubs being interested in¬ their very best
players. Tim Krul top Newcastle goalkeeper That happened with Andy Carroll just¬ over¬ a year ago
and we eventually lost the local lad, but at least Ashley was able to get a cool ¬£35M in cash for
the Gateshead-born striker.
There is news today that Phil Airey's loan spell at¬ Gateshead has been ended prematurely by
manager Ian Bogie. Phil Airy will not make it on Tyenside It seems that since Ian heard that Phil
would be cut loose by Newcastle at the end of the season, and would not be getting a new deal [...]
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has backed Andy Carroll to eventually live up to his record-breaking
Pardew reluctantly sold the 22-year-old to the Reds, who host the Magpies on Friday evening, on the
final day of the last January transfer window when owner Mike Ashley decided a bid of ¬£35million
was simply too good to refuse.
Newcastle's talented defender James Tavernier has so far played 36 games on loan this year. James
Tavernier -- one of Newcastle's top youngsters James is currently on loan at Sheffield Wednesday,
and he has played 18 times at Gateshead¬ and 17¬ times¬ at Carlisle and made one appearance so for
for Wednesday so far this year.
We always¬ ¬ thought¬ ¬ it¬ could¬ be a¬ big¬ win for¬ both¬ clubs by¬ Newcastle¬ loaning¬ out¬
some¬ of their top young stars to the club just¬ over¬ the River Tyne Gateshead. Jeff Henderson on
loan at Gateshead And Gateshead are flying high at the moment in second plave in the English
Conference, after 15 games, and just 2 points behind leaders Wrexham.
Alan¬ Pardew¬ is much more willing than Chris¬ Hughton¬ to send out the young¬ Newcastle¬ players
to get first team playing time on loan at other clubs. Ian Bogie Gateshead manager has good
relationship with Newcastle Carlisle¬ United are one of the sides that¬ Newcastle¬ send players to
on loan, and another local club where we should see some lads going out on¬ loan [.
A Newcastle Reserve side beat Gateshead Reserves 5-0 at Darsley Park in Benton yesterday afternoon.
Daniel-Situ-Buyente on trial at Newcastle And Newcastle took the chance of giving some top
youngsters a game as Haris Vuckic, Shane Ferguson, Sylvain Marveaux, Nile Ranger ¬ and Mehdi Abeid
all played some part in the game.
Steve Harper is in goal tonight in a fairly strong looking Newcastle side to take on Gateshead at
the International Stadium the game kicks of at 7:30 p.m. As expected James Tavernier also starts,
and of course James played 18 times for Gateshead while on loan earlier this year, James will play
at center [.
Newcastle will play tonight at Gateshead, and it will be a good chance to get beyond the upsets of
the last few days surrounding Joey Barton. James Tavernier will start tonight It's a delicate time
of the season, and we cannot have the lads do what happened two years ago, and start to lose [...]
Some surprise news today that Alan Pardew will play a predominantly first team, for tomorrow
night's game ¬ at Gateshead. Alan Pardew will play a first team tomorrow night Pardew was hardly
pleased with the defense yesterday, where the back four and the goalkeeper were prone to far too
many errors, and all three goals [.
We continue our series of archive matches of the clubs of the Football League Championship this morning with Peterborough United. Peterborough were formed in 1934 and were elected into the Football League in 1960 in place of Gateshead. They won the Fourth Division championship at the first attempt, but were relegated back to the Fourth Division in the summer of 1968 after serious financial irregularities were found in the clubs accounts.
Over recent months, we have called upon regular followers of non-league football in order to guess
at which players might stand a chance of forging a career in the Football League, should they wish
to take the opportunity. First up was Michael Hudson; the proprietor of The Accidental Groundhopper
website running the rule over the Northern League.
Earlier this week, a curious Early Day Motion was presented to parliament. Early Day Motions are
one of the more endearing quirks of our antiquated parliamentary system, allowing Members of
Parliament the opportunity to get whatever may have been on their minds of late which couldn't be
considered of national importance out there in the open.
It is very much a sign of the times that ¬£50,000 is not a great deal of money to a football
club in trouble playing in the fifth division of the English league system these days. An ongoing
debate over the eventual destination of precisely this amount of money, however, seems to be
throwing a spanner into the works of an attempt to rescue Darlington Football Club this weekend,
and this isn't the only area into which it could be regarded as having a malign influence.
This weekend, the FA Cup reached its final qualifying round and the introduction of the clubs of
the Blue Square Premier adds a little extra spice to the competition as well. Everybody that took
to the pitch in this competition at the weekend went into their match knowing that a live
appearance on ITV and a sizeable pay day could well be on the cards if they could just get over
this hurdle, and this evening we have four matches from this round of the competition.
We have six matches for you as non-league videos of the week, from three different competitions.
First of all, we have two matches from the Blue Square Premier, between AFC Telford United and
Gateshead, and Mansfield Town and Alfreton Town. Next up, we have three matches from the First
Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy, the matches between Bedworth United and Hednesford Town,
Dartford and Truro City, and Weymouth and AFC Totton.
At least, some may choose to reflect, the team is still winning. Wrexham went to Grimsby Town
yesterday and came returned with a comfortable 3-1, which left them at the top of the Blue Square
Premier on goal difference from second placed Gateshead with a quarter of the season now played.
This result was, however, little comfort at the end of another week which has seen tumult behind
the scenes at the club and the departure of a manager who was starting to come of age in his
Serial charm-offender Papiss Cisse went for a ¬£6 haircut at a barbers on Sunderland Road in
Gateshead on Tuesday afternoon and soon found himself being swarmed by a throng of 200 (it says
The owner of The Barber Shop in Gateshead, Iyad Attallah, described the scenes:
‚ÄėThere were five people waiting for a haircut when he came in and sat down.