Club has increased profit and turnover and saw the ratio of wages to turnover come down to its "desired range"
Player issues a 'come and get me' plea to Newcastle United after lots of interest in the Montpellier man, Darren Bent though will not be coming
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley makes his third appearance at recent Newcastle United matches
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is taking an interest in under-18 and under-21 sides as he plans for the future at SAFC
Newcastle striker is adamant that United can reach Europe - and what's more, they want to be in the Europa League
By most measures, Newcastle United are about where they should be. Is that it then, asks Stuart Rayner
Alan Pardew's preference for left-footer Paul Dummett could force Davide Santon out of Newcastle United
Swansea face Napoli in the Europa League tonight
Tuesday's empty seats at the Stadium of Light were an early contender for one of 2014’s most embarrassing sight. What can be done, asks Stuart Rayner
Newcastle United want to qualify for Europe - but Magpies boss Alan Pardew feels it is a burden
Newcastle United's players allowed a festive period, of sorts, as a thank you for their recent good form
This is Newcastle United's best chance to be in the top four for years believes Chief Sports Writer Mark Douglas
Another reminder that the Europa League is a poisoned chalice arrived yesterday and Stuart Rayner asks if Newcastle United are better off out of it
Yohan Cabaye admits he is missing European football, and will do everything he can to get Newcastle United back there
Shares in BSkyB were hammered following the company's failure to win the UK rights to show Champions League and Europa League matches
Newcastle University researchers are calling on the Government to restrict alcohol marketing during televised football matches
NEWCASTLE United’s summer recruitment drive is set to finally kick into gear after a “very productive” meeting between the Magpies’ chief scout Graham Carr and new director of football Joe Kinnear.
THE ins and the outs, as well as ups and downs, of club that continues to baffle fans.
MICK Wadsworth’s time as Gretna’s director of football was an unhappy one, but it had more to do with the Borderers’ over-stretching themselves than the office he held, writes STUART RAYNER.
MONACO increased the uncertainty about Yohan Cabaye’s future after they went public with their admiration for the Newcastle United midfielder.