Newcastle United Football Club

Updated: 16 September 2008 08:52 IST

Newcastle United was founded in 1892 after the merger of two local clubs, Newcastle East End & Newcastle West End.

Newcastle United Football Club
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Club Details:

Club Name: Newcastle United Football Club
Nickname: The Magpies, The Toon, The Geordies
Ground/Stadium: St. James' Park, Newcastle, England
Capacity: 52,387
Founded: 1892
Record Home Attendance: 68,386 vs Chelsea, 3rd September 1930 (Division One)
Sponser: Northern Rock, Adidas

Notable Staff:

Manager: Newcastle are currently looking for a new manager following Kevin Keegan's resignation in September.
Chairman: Freddy Shepherd
Coaching Staff: Terry McDermott, Chris Hughton, Paul Barron

Premier League History

1992/93 - Promoted to FA Carling Premiership as Division One Champions
1994/95 - Sell Andy Cole to Manchester United for English record transfer fee of 7million
1995/96 - FA Carling Premiership runners-up
1996/97 - Sign Alan Shearer for world record 15million. Manager Kevin Keegan quits in January. Replaced by Kenny Dalglish. FA Carling Premiership runners-up
1997/98 - Lose FA Cup Final 2-0 to Arsenal
1998/99 - Ruud Gullit replaces Dalglish. Lose FA Cup final 2-0 to Manchester United
1999/00 - Bobby Robson replaces Gullit. Wins first match 8-0 against Sheffield Wednesday
2004/05 - Robson sacked. Replaced by Graeme Souness
2005/06 - Sign Michael Owen for club record 17million. Souness sacked, replaced by Glenn Roeder. Shearer becomes record goalscorer - overtaking Jackie Milburn's tally of 200. Retires having scored 206 goals for Newcastle
2006/07 - Roeder sacked with one match of the Barclays Premiership season to go. Sam Allardyce appointed two days after season ends. 26th June - Mike Ashley and St. James' Holdings gain 90% of shares, enough to take over the club
2007/08 - Sam Allardyce leaves the club in January '08 by mutual consent. Kevin Keegan replaced Allardyce to make a sensational return to the club.

TOON ARMY

Newcastle United was founded in 1892 after the merger of two local clubs, Newcastle East End & Newcastle West End.

They have won First Division Championship four times and the FA Cup six times, though their last league success was in 1927.




Players:
Goalkeeper
Defender
Shay Given
Fabricio Coloccini
Steve Harper
Sanchez Jose Enrique
Ole Soderberg
Claudio Cacapa
Fraser Forster
Sebastien Bassong
Tim Krul
Habib Beye
Steven Taylor
Tamas Kadar
David Edgar
Ben Tozer
Callum Morris
Darren Lough
   
 
Midfielder
Striker
Joey Barton
Obafemi Martins
Danny Guthrie
Michael Owen
Damien Duff
Alan Smith
Charles N'Zogbia
Jimenez Xisco
Jonas Gutierrez
Shola Ameobi
Geremi
Frank Wiafe Danquah
Nicky Butt
Mark Viduka
Wesley Ngo Baheng
Andrew Carroll
Kazenga LuaLua
Ryan Donaldson
Mark Doninger
Jonny Godsmark
James Marwood
Nile Ranger

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