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Victory for Morpeth under the St James’ lights

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Rose McLean reports from last month's Northumberland Senior Cup clash between Morpeth Town and North Shields. ...

Leeds letting Villa score: moral victory or moment of madness?

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Dominic Lee and Adam Williams debate the rights and wrongs of Leeds United's controversial goal against Aston Villa. ...

Quarter-final preview: who has the best chance of Champions League triumph?

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Tom Hardwick analyses the chances of glory for each Champions League quarter-finalist after Friday's draw. ...

Vitriol and violence tarnish the Second City Derby

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Adam Williams discusses the cowardly assault on Jack Grealish and the issue of violence within football. ...

Another World Cup run for SheBelievesCup winners England?

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Rebecca Johnson assesses the chances of a World Cup run for England this summer. ...

No luck for Newcastle in semi-final defeat

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Tom Hardwick reports from Longbenton as Newcastle 1's lost a tight game against Nottingham. ...

Kepa controversy- crazy decision or the right call?

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Phil Etchells and Stanley Gilyead debate the much-discussed Kepa controversy. ...

The comeback king- Blyth Spartans battle back against Kidderminster

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In another edition of 'the comeback king', Stanley Gilyead relives a thrilling 3-3 draw at Blyth Spartans. ...

Miguel Almirón- the superstar Newcastle have been waiting for?

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Rory Ewart discusses whether Miguel Almirón's arrival will provide a catalyst for an upturn in Newcastle's fortunes. ...

Football’s dirtiest players?

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Our sports writers look back at the careers of some of football's most feared hardmen. ...