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 By PA Sport

Mike Ashley in court battle with Rangers over merchandise deal

Sports Direct and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is a Rangers shareholder.

Sports Direct and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is embroiled in a High Court fight with Rangers over a merchandise deal said to result in the Scottish club getting about 7p of every £1 spent.

Bosses at a company within the Sports Direct group say Rangers directors wrongly terminated a deal through which branded products, including kits, were sold and want damages. Rangers' directors dispute the claim.

Deputy High Court Judge Richard Millett has been asked to decide how the litigation should...

 By PA Sport

Florian Thauvin to make move from Newcastle to Marseille permanent

Marseille's hopes of playing European football next season suffered a blow as they were held to a 0-0 draw at Lille.

On-loan Marseille winger Florian Thauvin has said he will re-sign for the Ligue 1 outfit on a permanent basis in the summer from Newcastle United.

Thauvin, 24, struggled for opportunities at Newcastle after joining the club from Marseille on a five-year deal in August 2015.

After ending the 2015-16 season back at his former club, Thauvin returned this term and has netted 10 goals to win a maiden call-up to the France squad.

And, speaking to RMC Sport, Thauvin revealed he only needed to start three...

 By PA Sport

Brighton lose at Leeds as leaders Newcastle held by Birmingham City

Chris Wood celebrates after putting Leeds into the lead.

Chris Wood's double secured Leeds a 2-0 home win against Brighton and prevented the visitors from moving back to the top of the Championship.

Wood struck his 23rd and 24th league goals of the season after the interval, his second from the penalty spot, to lift Leeds up to fourth place, eight points behind Brighton, who occupy the second automatic promotion place.

Wood broke the deadlock in the 63rd minute when he headed home Charlie Taylor's cross and slammed home his second from the penalty spot...

Leeds United 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

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Chris Wood's 26th and 27th goals of his most prolific season to date kept the Championship's automatic promotion race alive as Leeds beat Brighton 2-0.

Albion knew an Elland Road victory would put them two points clear of Newcastle at the top and nine points clear of third-placed Huddersfield.

But home boss Garry Monk - who rolled the dice by leaving out lynchpin defender Pontus Jansson - got his game plan spot on and saw his men return to fourth.

The Whites were happy to play at a pedestrian pace for...

Birmingham City 0-0 Newcastle United

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Newcastle nervously edged closer to regaining their Premier League status with an anxious 0-0 draw against Birmingham at St Andrew's as they struggled to break down a resolute home defence.

The Sky Bet Championship leaders saw their run of games without a win stretch to three as Birmingham gave the Magpies a real scare with their determined attacking play and were the better side for several spells of the game.

The most worrying aspect of the game for Newcastle was their high scoring attack have suddenly...