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Kieron Dyer Reveals The Reason Behind His Infamous On-Pitch Fight With Newcastle Teammate Lee Bowyer

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By Chris Wright

Nearly a decade on from that fateful day at St. James' Park, former Newcastle winger Kieron Dyer has lifted the lid on his infamous on-pitch altercation with teammate Lee Bowyer during a game against Aston Villa back in 2005.

As the play went on up-field, Dyer and Bowyer came to blows in the middle of the pitch during Newcastle's 0-3 defeat and whilethe incident has reached a fairly high level of notoriety among footballing circles, the exact reason for the tussle had never been divulged.

Newcastle United Vs Aston Villa Match Preview

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Venue: St James' Park, Newcastle. Date: Sunday 2nd September,2012. Kick-Off: 4:00pm. Referee: Lee Probert. UK TV: None. Sunday brings Premier League football back to St James' Park as Aston Villa provide the opponents for a 4pm kick-off. There will be no UK TV broadcast of the fixture so it will be time to scour the [.

Newcastle United Vs Aston Villa Match Preview

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Venue: St James' Park, Newcastle. Date: Sunday 2nd September,2012. Kick-Off: 4:00pm. Referee: Lee Probert. UK TV: None. Sunday brings Premier League football back to St James' Park as Aston Villa provide the opponents for a 4pm kick-off. There will be no UK TV broadcast of the fixture so it will be time to scour the [.

Bellamy on Newcastle fans, Sir Bobby and why he would never return.

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Newcastle United old boy, Craig Bellamy, has a long and insightful interview on American site 'EPL Talk.' Given while Bellamy was in Orlando, Florida last month, coaching the youngsters at the 2011 Disney Soccer Academy, it covers quite a few topics from Bellamy's time in the game. This included recollections of his five years at [.

Top 5 Football Fights

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Yes you are reading a football blog! However, we at In The Stands have brought out our Devilish side and manically have short-listed our top five football scuffles and spats.


Every sport needs its bought of ‘dramatic entertainment' and footy is no different.

Paul Jewell

Saying goodbye to 2011/2012

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With West Ham's promotion to the Premier League yesterday, the 2011/2012 Championship season finally came to an end. Despite having had three weeks to mull over Ipswich Town's year, I still haven't come to a conclusion on how I feel about it. It's been disappointing, that much is clear. But even the pessimistic of fans would be hard pressed to deny that we (when I say we I man Paul Jewell) have learnt a few lessons and the side HAS progressed form this time 12 months ago.

Always look on the #twitfc side of life!

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A win from Town today would see the Blues getting three great results from what we thought would be the three hardest games of the season: Middlesbrough, West Ham and Brighton.

What a wonderful time it is to be a Town fan!

I was speaking to @FelsedBoy this morning and he quite delightfully described today as 'feeling like the first of the season, with the glorious weather and the feeling of hope in Ipswich'.

Ipswich Town see off Sky Blues and 'Sky Curse'

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Over the years, the Tractor Boys have become notorious for getting stage fright when the Sky cameras come to visit.

And with the two most recent televised games ending in heavy defeats - last night was the night to emulate Cardiff Away rather than Narwich at Home.


I just had this feeling in my bones that yesterday would be the day the pieces of the jigsaw came together for Town, and I was right.

Birmingham City

Cech: Chelsea apprehensive about Brum

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Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech wants his teammates to revive their deteriorating campaign by winning at home to Birmingham City in the FA Cup tomorrow a feat that he realizes won't be easy to accomplish.

Birmingham suffered relegation last year but the Championship outfit has managed to become somewhat of a cup specialist, claiming the Carling Cup at Arsenal's expense at Wembley 12 months ago and now looking to send another London club packing out of the FA Cup.

5-Minute New Season Preview: Championship

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Who's Looking Good?

Leicester: Having massively overhauled the squad during the summer, signing no less than nine players, including the marquee signings of Kasper Schmeichel, David Nugent, Michael Johnson, Neil Danns and Paul Konchesky should give the Foxes the quality needed to reach the Premiership for the first time since 2002.

The Blues

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Birmingham City fans reached the highs of winning their first trophy in over 40 years last season and then suffered the lows of relegation from the Premier League.

Then this summer, the manager who won them that trophy left the club in their hour of need to join their city rivals Aston Villa.

Bowyer handed Ipswich chance

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Following his release from Birmingham City, Lee Bowyer has been handed a one-year contract by Championship club Ipswich Town. The 34-year-old had been linked with a return to former club Leeds United earlier in the summer, but it is the Tractor Boys that have secured his signature on a free transfer.

Birmingham keep McLeish, but say promotion next season is a must

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Alex McLeish has kept his job at St. Andrew's, despite Birmingham's last-day relegation to the Championship, but has been told by the board that he must lead the side back to the Premiership.

The Blues went down, due to a defeat against Tottenham at White Hart Lane and other results not going their way, and there were rumours that Birmingham City owner Carson Yueng would sack the Scotsman.

Joey Barton Had A Great Game On Saturday

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Joey Barton had a very good game on Saturday against Birmingham City. Joey Barton in action yesterday with Lee Bowyer And you could tell from the first minute that he wanted to make it up to the Newcastle fans, for the team's rather inept display in the previous game at Liverpool. Joey is a [...]


QPR's Win Over Leicester: Compilation of Reports and Managerial Comments

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Birmingham City Heading To Wembley

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Birmingham City are heading to their first Wembley Final for 55 years after beating West Ham 4-3 on aggregate in their Carling Cup semi-final. Birmingham will play Arsenal in the final on the 27 February.

Leading 2-1 from the first leg, West Ham seemed to have a place at Wembley all locked up when Carlton Cole put them one up (and 3-1 on aggregate) in the 31st minute.

Manchester United 5-0 Birmingham City Highlights 2011 Goals

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Manchester United vs Birmingham City January 22, 2011 ( Man United at home) Final score:- Manchester United 5-0 Birmingham City ( Ryan Giggs, Dimitar Berbatov*3, Nani) Dimitar Berbatov becomes the first Premiership player since Ruud Van Nistelrooy to net three hat tricks in a season as Manchester United crush Birmingham City 5-0.

Birmingham City And The Definition Of Malicious Intent

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Arsene Wenger has talked a lot about tackling. Invariably the discussion gets hijacked by clueless hacks and pundits who convert that into an Arsenal V Rest of the League debate and take pride in highlighting one or two poor tackles by Arsenal players.

According to a number of morons who have the privilege of influencing public opinion, Arsenal are just as bad as any other team when it comes to tackling.

Birmingham 0-3 Arsenal: A perfect start to the new year

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I'm sure I'm not alone in hoping that the first game of 2011 is a sign of things to come for this year. A good win, three goals, a clean sheet and the best response against a team who went over the edge a little bit physically.

Apart from one Fabianski save from a first half Seb Larsson free kick I don't remember the Arsenal goalkeeper having to do much at all beyond come for a few crosses and corners which he did solidly.

Match report: Arsenal first-rate in second city

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Birmingham City 0-3 Arsenal

Now that's what I call fairweather blogging! I raved about the Chelski performance, but kept mum after earthward bump at Wigan. Now I'm back to doff the cap to the team for today's performance at lowly Birmingham, which was as excellent as Wigan was disappointing as Chelski was excellent.

Happy New Yearn …. Resolution Required ….

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No it's not a misspelling, but I will take the opportunity to wish all Arsenal supporters everywhere a Very Happy New Year. And to all those of you who Yearn for silverware and titles, I offer these words of comfort.......

The season is half over. We've done well; we're 2 points off the top of the table in 3rd place.

john carew

Javier Hernandez for Manchester United (v Bolton Wanderers), 10 September 2011

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Emma Davies on Twitter: "For all the ill-informed haters ... Kevin spoke to Tom Cleverly [sic] on the phone earlier. He would never intentionally hurt anyone."

Name football's dirty players. Paul Scholes, perhaps. Midfield hardmen like Lee Bowyer and Joey Barton. Football's hard-tackling cheats are idiots, aren't they?

Vieira and Woodgate Amongst Premier League’s Axed Stars

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A host of Premier League clubs have released up to 123 players this summer with Patrick Vieira, Jonathan Woodgate and Matthew Upson amongst the most high-profile stars let go this summer.

The official list of ‘free agents' released on Thursday night features former World Cup winners, former England internationals and Premier League champions.

Top Stars To Be Released on Free Transfers

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Owen Hargreaves Released

A list of the top EPL players to be released on free transfers this summer has been announced, with some high profile named players now without a club. Jonathan Woodgate, Patrick Vieira and Matthew Upson will be on the hunt for new clubs, while Manchester United finally released Owen Hargreaves after he only played 11 minutes in 2 full seasons.

The 123 Players Released By Premier League Clubs This Summer Are…

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By Chris Wright

Just a list of the 123 players released by Premier League clubs this summer nothing more, nothing less.

In alphabetical order...

Arsenal; Thomas Cruise, Roarie Deacon, Mark Randall.

Nigel's chips are up at Villa Park

Aston Villa; Durrell Berry, John Carew, Ellis Deeney, Calum Flanagan, Harry Forrester, Arsenio Halfhuid, Isaiah Osbourne, Robert Pires, Nigel Reo-Coker, Moustapha Salifou

Birmingham; Marcus Bent, Lee Bowyer, Sebastian Larsson, James McFadden, Mitchell McPike, James O'Shea, Stuart Parnaby, Kevin Phillips, Daniel Preston, Luke Rowe, Robin Shroot, Maik Taylor.

Arsenal

Newcastle 0-0 Arsenal: Gunners remain unbeaten

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Video and highlights match report

I guess the two teams used up all the goals and excitement last year because yesterday, the controversial incidents apart, it was a snoozefest of a game, with little in the way of highlights.

All the talk this morning will be of the red card, the red card that should have been and the other red card that should have been.

Aaron Ramsey Back In Arsenal’s Squad

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No Toure, your team is shite

That should really be the headline of the day. The Welsh midfielder will be named for the first time in almost 1 year (11 months to be correct) in an Arsenal official competitive match day squad. He had just returned from a loan stint with Nottingham Forest in the Championship.

Lee Bowyer charged with violent conduct against Sagna

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Lee Bowyer is a nasty piece of work. The FA correctly slapped a three match ban on him for stamping on Bacary Sagna with malicious intent to hurt as clearly shown in the picture. He was also guilty of raking his studs down Sagna's Achilles heel on two separate occasions. It was clear as daylight on the pitch and it should have resulted in a straight red card but the referee and linesman either missed it or chose to ignore it.

‘Lightweight’ Arsenal rough up Birmingham

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Birmingham 0-3 Arsenal - and one very annoyed Lee Bowyer

As you may have been able to tell, my previous two posts were pre-set to publish over the weekend last Thursday as I was away for a fantastic new years weekend. I hope you enjoyed the finale of the festive season as well.

Bacary Survives A Bowyer-Attack As Arsenal Cruise Through

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We love you Bacary!

The commentators said that the difference between the two sides was the fact that Arsenal made it count when it mattered, as opposed to Birmingham. We have been on the receiving end of the same for a long time and it was nice to see a change. Is this for real or is it just blip in our rather abysmal consistently inconsistent graph?

That’s What Happens When The Big Players Turn Up

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Well, for a myriad of reasons, my creative juices are well and truly sapped right now. No fancy introduction today, I'm just going to roll up my sleeves and steamroller on before my keyboard sues me for physical abuse and questionable grammar sense.

It's The New Year.

Birmingham 0 Arsenal 3 : Gunners Triumph Against Stampeding Brums

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Coward tackles and own goals are Johnson's forte

It was here at St Andrews that our title challenge crumbled in the 07/08 season. This was the same setting in which the career of the prolific striker ended. Not forgetting this was also one of the toughest away games of the season as Birmingham have only lost once in well over a season and managed to peg Manchester United back in the recent midweek game.

A New Year's treat for Arsenal fans: Away win at Birmingham

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Cracking start to the second half of the season as Arsenal coasted to a win in the hostile environs of St Andrews. It is not easy to win there and for the Gunners, any trip to Birmingham dredges up bad memories, very bad memories. But they turned in a scintillating performance against a club that has only lost once in 29 other occasions at home.

Violence

Everton vs Spurs postponed due to London riots

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Really can't say that this was not coming. However, there is a good chance the rest of the fixtures will start on time.

Here is football's role in quelling the orgy of violence and looting. I think the stars on each football team and their managers should come out with public service announcements appealing for calm.

Bank holiday round-up

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Hmmm, bank holiday here and in the UK, I believe. Which is kind of annoying because I wanted to ring up my bank today and complain about something but I suppose it'll have to wait.

It means things are fairly quiet with not much in the way of fall-out from the Birmingham game and little written about City just yet.

The Rest

Scott Parker for England Captain

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The news broke this morning that the FA had finally taken some action over the John Terry racism affair. Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy with immediate effect. Of course the inadequate FA fell short of suspending him from playing for his country and it's unlikely that Terry will be big enough to remove himself for selection.

Top 10 of the Week: Marmite Players

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Footballers are very much like Marmite, you either love them or hate them. So, for out Top 10 of the week this week we have listed those who emulate the slogan incorporated by our favourite yeast extract... 10. Roy 'Keano' Keane Love: Perhaps the only born leader of his generation. Hate: In my eyes, he [.

Could there be trouble ahead with Town's latest signing? Or will Bowyer bring the success we've all being waiting patiently for?

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This summer Ipswich Town have been 'linked' to so many footballers I think I've lost count; but this time last week the name being thrown about on Twitter made my blood run cold.

Seven days later we have signed Lee Bowyer, chequered history and all. But was it the right move?

The debate on Twitter has been interesting to say the least; when I offered my opinion on him I was ridiculed for being childish and judgemental, being told to 'grow up' and 'give him a break'.

Is Grayson right to look at ex players to strengthen promotion push?

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As it has been reported recently in the media Simon is trying to lure Alan Smith, Lee Bowyer and Jonathan Woodgate back to the club, in my opinion i would welcome all three back to the club providing there are all fit as they have all proved they can still do it at the top level and all three would want to get this club back where they belong.

Newcastle Have Fighting Chance To Finish In The Top Ten

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Even though Newcastle beat a 10 man Birmingham side 2-1 on Saturday, the defense still managed to let in another soft goal. Danny Simpson tackles Lee Bowyer on Saturday And that was just before half time, after Newcastle were 2-0 up after another good penalty from Shola Ameobi on 35 minutes, and a strong header [.