Mark Viduka

Mark Viduka

Mark Viduka

  • Date of Birth: 9 October 1975
  • Birthplace: Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • Position: Forward

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      Mark Viduka reflects fondly on his time working under Kevin Keegan at Newcastle
      Newcastle United forward Mark Viduka has reflected fondly on his two-year spell at the club. Viduka arrived at Newcastle on a free transfer
      15/06 18:30


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      Viduka set to join Portsmouth

      Mark Viduka is set to complete a move to Portsmouth according to reports this morning. The Australian striker had been linked with a move to Hull City, but has decided to make a move to Pompey.

      Edin Dzeko to Newcastle?

      Newcastle will reportedly offer £8 million for the signature of Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko of Wolfsburg if the Toon survive in the Premiership this season.

      Viduka eyes Newcastle stay

      Mark Viduka has revealed that he has no intention of leaving Newcastle at the end of the season. The Australian striker has endured a difficult time at St. James' Park, but has insisted his future could still be at the Toon. Viduka has been linked with a move back to his homeland in Australia.

      Kinnear braced for Toon battle

      Newcastle United chief Joe Kinnear has admitted his side face a real battle to stave off the threat of relegation this season after the 2-1 defeat at Manchester City.

      Kinnear plans Toon clear out

      Newcastle boss Joe Kinnear has admitted that he is likely to make some big changes to his squad over the coming months and in the summer. There have been a series of high profile names linked with a Toon exit.

      Owen: contract talks are stalled

      Michael Owen has revealed his talks are going fine; but they have temporarily stalled due to the unsettled state the club appears to be in. Chairman Mike Ashley is desperate to sell the club, and is looking for a new buyer, meanwhile Michael Owen has admitted that many are unsettled.

      Spurs can clip Magpies' wings

      It might only be the Carling Cup third round but Wednesday night's tussle between strugglers Newcastle and Tottenham is massively important for both sides.

      Gudjohnsen to Newcastle

      Eidur Gudjohnsen is reportedly on the verge of moving back to the Premiership from Spanish giants Barcelona, and West Ham and Newcastle are the big two linked with the Icelandic international.

      Newcastle target Amara Diane

      Newcastle are targetting St. Etienne's exciting young striker Amara Diane. Kevin Keegan is understood to have been in attendance at Les Verts' last game, and was reasonably happy with the performance of Diane.

      Martins to sign new deal

      Obafemi Martins looks set to agree a new deal with Newcastle for four more years after agreeing a new contract with the club - expected to be around £40,000 per week.

      Owen brace downs Sunderland

      A Michael Owen first half brace downed Sunderland in the 139th Tyne-Wear derby this afternoon. There have been rumours aplenty that Owen is set to quit his club after being cagey regarding a new contract, but Owen proved in today's Premiership match that he can still perform in the biggest games.

      Preview: Newcastle vs S'land

      The 139th Tyne-Wear derby will take place at 1:30 on Sunday, as Sunderland travel the short trip to St James' Park to take on Newcastle. The two sides look safe from relegation on part of a two part special on 'Derby Sunday'.

      Viduka praises Keegan

      Mark Viduka has praised Kevin Keegan for the way he has turned Newcastle's fortunes around in recent weeks. Viduka has been one part of a superb frontman trio between Mark Viduka, Michael Owen and Obafemi Martins.

      Toon Army on the March

      Newcastle enjoyed their third consecutive win punishing Reading 3 – 0. It was again a case of Keagan’s three pronged attack doing the damage with Martins, Owen and Viduka all on the scoresheet.

      Coppell hails Newcastle trio

      Reading boss Steve Coppell handed out praise to Newcastle's attacking trio Mark Viduka, Michael Owen and Obafemi Martins after they each contributed a goal to a 3-0 victory over the Royals on Saturday afternoon.

      Keegan praises attacking trio

      Kevin Keegan praised Newcastle's new look three-pronged attack as Obafemi Martins, Mark Viduka and Michael Owen all helped the Toon to a 4-1 victory over Tottenham at the weekend. Newcastle hope to soon steer clear of relegation threat.

      Viduka fears for Newcastle

      Newcastle striker Mark Viduka is concerned that unless something is done the Toon will suffer the same fate that his old club Leeds United suffered. The similarities are startling, with Newcastle spending inflated fees on players and the club sitting on the fringes of the relegation zone.

      Viduka and Owen secure win

      Kevin Keegan finally had his first win to celebrate in the Premiership in his second spell in charge of Newcastle, as his troops battled to a 2-0 victory over Fulham in the Premiership. Fulham now look destined for the Championship next season.

      Viduka: I get on with Keegan

      Newcastle striker Mark Viduka has insisted that he has not fallen out with his boss Kevin Keegan. There have been reports that Viduka may be looking for a summer transfer move, with Fiorentina listed among some of his potential suitors.

      Keegan waits on Viduka

      Kevin Keegan feels that the return of Mark Viduka could help Newcastle secure Premiership safety. Viduka has not played since January 6th against Stoke in the FA Cup, and Newcastle have since struggled to find the net.