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Newcastle v Man Utd, 1996/97 | Premier League

Read about Newcastle v Man Utd in the Premier League 1996/97 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.

Newcastle 5-0 Man Utd | 20th October 1996 | Premier League ...

SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/SSFootballSubHighlights from Newcastle's emphatic 5-0 win over Manchester United in 2000.Watch Premier League LIVE on Sky Sports he...

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Man Utd v Newcastle, 1995/96 | Premier League

Read about Man Utd v Newcastle in the Premier League 1995/96 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.

04/03/1996 Newcastle United v Manchester United - YouTube

Premiership Classic's.To watch classic match highlights & full list, go to...https://sites.google.com/view/gr8foot...

Newcastle United 5 Manchester United 0 | 1996 | Full 90 ...

Watch back the full 90 minutes of Newcastle United's classic fixture against Manchester United from October 1996. Join in the conversation with other support...

NEWCASTLE UNITED 5-0 MANCHESTER UNITED (1996/97) 20th October ...

NEWCASTLE UNITED 5-0 MANCHESTER UNITED (1996/97)20th October, 1996Newcastle United took revenge on the team which pipped them to the title the previous seaso...

Form and head to head stats Newcastle vs Man Utd

Newcastle United vs Manchester United. Premier League. 12:00am, Sunday 20th October 1996. St James' Park, Newcastle Attendance: Attendance 0.

1996–97 Newcastle United F.C. season - Wikipedia

Manchester United completed a domestic double in the previous season, leading to the FA voting on 14 May 1996 to invite Newcastle to play them in the FA Charity Shield at Wembley, rather than FA Cup runners up Liverpool F.C. The invitation was accepted on 22 May, with Newcastle defender Steve Watson telling the press: "It's brilliant news...It's not the way we wanted to qualify for the Charity Shield – we wanted to get there by winning the League. But it will be a great day for our fans ...