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Kieron Dyer lifts lid on infamous Newcastle punch-up with Lee Bowyer

Back in 2005, Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer, both playing for the Toon, threw down and had a massive punch up in front of a packed St James’s Park.

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This Newcastle shirt was one of the greatest in Premier League history

In the competition’s second season, Kevin Keegan’s side were rampant going forward and finished an impressive third behind Blackburn Rovers and winners Manchester United.

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What Newcastle legend Shearer looked like on his debut will shock you

Alan Shearer is a Newcastle and Premier League legend.
The prolific former England striker was a force of nature in his playing days, relentlessly hitting an unbeaten 260 goals in the top flight.

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This Tottenham and Newcastle legend is the best non-league player ever

During his time at QPR, Newcastle and Tottenham, Les Ferdinand proved to be one of the greatest strikers to hit the Premier League. “Sir Les” ranks ninth on the list of all-time Premier League top goalscorers, with an impressive 149. But he wasn’t always a top-flight king pin, notching up goals for fun. Back in 1987, Ferdinand […]

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Liverpool and Newcastle hero Keegan falling off a bike is the best video on earth

1976 was a simpler time. A time when it seemed a good idea to allow one of the best footballers on the planet to compete in a gameshow that involves riding a push bike at speed on a dusty running track. 1976 was a time when BBC’s Superstars reigned. And we loved it.

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Does this former Liverpool and Newcastle United man have the worst haircut in Premier League history?

As Raheem Sterling proves every time he goes for a new style, the Premier League has been home to some truly woeful haircuts. Marouane Chamakh, Raul Meireles and even Taribo West have imported some horrendous barnets to England’s top flight over the years.

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Kits

This Newcastle United away shirt is one of the greatest in the Premier League era

Back in the days when Newcastle were sponsored by Newcastle Brown Ale, their kits were nothing short of spectacular. And in 1996-97 Adidas upped their game with Newcastle’s away kit.

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