CHN Links: Monday Edition

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - MAY 22: A Newcastle fan holds up a message before the Barclays Premier League game between Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion at St James' Park on May 22, 2011 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

I mentioned last week that I want to get back to doing these posts every day, mostly because I think this site has the potential to be a great community, and that starts with having a place to go every morning.  Sometimes it will be a series of links, like today, but other days it may simply be a poll or other discussion starter.  We'll try to get these up at a consistent time each day, and I'm going to do my best to keep this window open throughout the morning (and hopefully the rest of the day) for the sake of discussion.  Without further adieu, here are today's Newcastle United links:

Newcastle United 3-3 West Brom: Premier League Highlights (Video) | CaughtOffside

Joy and Despair: Emotional Images from Last Day of the Season | CaughtOffside
Winners and losers, it's fairly easy to spot which is which.

In pictures - all the drama on the final day of the Premier League season | guardian.co.uk

Follow the jump for more of latest NUFC discussion from around the web.

Premier League club accounts: how in debt are they? | guardian.co.uk

Financial Breakdown of the English Premier League | On Football
Analysis of financial data released by The Guardian.

Final Pythagorean table for 2010-11 English Premier League | Soccermetrics
Confirms what we've been saying for a while: Newcastle underachieved this season and were terribly inconsistent.

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