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NEWCASTLE 3 v 0 MANCHESTER UNITED

Newcastle United Season Review 2011/12

Newcastle Utd 8 v 0 Sheffield Wednesday. Biggest Premier League victory,Sun 19 Sept 1999

1955 FA Cup Final Newcastle United v Manchester City

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NEWCASTLE UNITED GREATEST FA CUP GOALS

NEWCASTLE 4 - 4 ARSENAL - 5th February 2011

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