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CHN Links: Lualua Loaned (Again) + Injury News

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Right this moment, it seems like the Darlington pitch invasion is going to dominate the headlines for the rest of the year and cast a shadow over the entire season.  Fear not.  Last year, when a Sunderland fan attacked Steve Harper following the derby tie at the Stadium of Light, it looked like that story would never go away...until it did, 3 or 4 days later.  Accordingly, I'm not going to weigh you down with a bunch of overanalysis about the event.  I said what I needed to say, and you won't hear much more about it from me, unless there's actually some news about it.  I did link to one story about it below, but I promise you there's actual football stuff in there too.  Follow the jump for some quick hits on what's going on in the world of Newcastle United.

Charges over Darlington versus Newcastle pitch invasion | BBC News
Three arrests, which seems low. Maybe this story will die now?

Pardew hopes to avoid fall-out from Friday night's trouble | The Northern Echo
Some more about the pitch invasion, but the big news is that Danny Guthrie COULD be out 6-8 weeks with an injured groin and Shane Ferguson had to have an X-ray on his leg, though the results of that test have not been reported. Neither will make the trip to the US. Speaking of which, I'm trying to compile a list of all the players that are going to the US, as well as all of the ones that will be going to Holland with the reserves. If you have a link, post in the comments.

Door still open for Joey Barton to stay | ChronicleLive
Pardew seems very optimistic about Barton...

Jose Enrique leaves NUFC transfer plans in limbo | JournalLive
...but not so much about Jose Enrique Sanchez. Why is the transfer window so long?

Albion Tie Up LuaLua Deal | Brighton and Hove Albion Official Site
Kazenga LuaLua has signed a six-month loan deal with Brighton and Hove Albion, making this the third year in a row that LuaLua will start the season off as a Seagull. It's hard to imagine this story ending any other way than a permanent transfer in January.