The latest Newcastle United news and commentary from around the web.
Newcastle drop a tough one to Tottenham, plus the club looks forward to Europa and scores from around the Premier League.
How about a spot of news to go with your television consumption of the Olympics? Tim Krul is No. 1, Steve Harper explains No. 37 and more from Demba Ba.
The Olympics are going on, and the news cycle is ebbing just a touch. Newcastle are getting some really nice pieces back healthy on the defensive line, and Shola is telling stories around the campfire.
Monday happens and so do the CHN Links. No news on the transfer front... potential news on the transfer front... and Mehdi Abeid today.
Newcastle United have logged their first victory of the 2012-13 campaign through a return to the score sheet by Demba Ba. That's part of the news- Mathieu Debuchy, Haris Vuckic and Andy Carroll complete the links today.
Newcastle United have kicked off the preseason in style losing to a German third division side. We check in on match post-mortem, examine priorities for the new season and hear from Demba Ba. Also, overstating goal quality is examined.
An abbreviated version of the CHN Links appears! A brief tour of the news around Toon designed to get out of the way so we can all pay attention to Newcastle's first pre-season match!
News and discussion about Newcastle United continues today, allegedly 1 day away from the start of the Mags' first pre-season exhibition. On the docket: Demba Ba, expectations and interest in our players, among other items. Get in and talk!
Newcastle United have joined Manchester United in an exclusive club, and are facing early season fixture congestion. Find out how and why here!
The Tetris pieces of the transfer window are beginning to fall... but not towards St. James' Park just yet. Let's talk about pre-season training instead.
One CB is close to signing and one CB is back in the frame for Newcastle United. Find out which is which.
It's a fairly quiet day regarding Newcastle United today. The stories that are out there, however, are troubling.