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- Thu Jun 14 2:31 PM
Spurs will return to Wembley for their first “home” match against Fulham August 18. It’s here! The 2018-19 Premier League schedule has been released, and just like last season, Tottenham Hotspur will kick off the new league campaign with a road match at Newcastle United. Here’s the full schedule!...
- Wed Jun 13 12:59 PM
Jamaal Lascelles was one of Newcastle United’s key players in the 2017-18 season as the Magpies managed to stave off relegation and consolidate their place in the Premier League. Needless to say, there are now rumours circulating that the solid central defender could be on his way to a bigger clu...
- Tue Jun 12 1:04 PM
Wantaway duo ideal signings for Newcastle United - originally posted on Sportslens.com Sporting Lisbon duo Bas Dost and William Carvalho would be ideal signings for Newcastle United. According to reports in Portugal, the duo are amongst four players who are seeking a termination of their contract...
- Mon Jun 11 11:00 PM
Newcastle United are keeping tabs on Tottenham youngster Marcus Edwards, according to the Newcastle Chronicle. Last week, reports suggested Edwards will seek an exit from Spurs this summer after failing to receive first-team assurances from Mauricio Pochettino. The 19-year-old, once dubbed ‘Mini...
- Mon Jun 11 8:14 PM
Rafa wants 28-yr-old attacker, £16m star would take Newcastle to next level - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United are interested in signing the West Brom striker Salomon Rondon this summer. The Venezuelan is expected to leave the Baggies following relegation and he would be a ter...
|He played against Cardiff and got sent off, which obviously I was not expecting,
said Benitez. After that, with Diame and Shelvey playing well, now Ki has the Premier League experience, too, so it has been difficult for him.
At the moment he wants to be here, I think, so we will see in the future,
He showed what he can do and has given us something different,
said Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez. I was happy with Joselu, Ayoze [Perez] and [Yoshinori] Muto, but he's a different kind of striker.
When we signed Rondon we were after a striker who could win the ball in the air, hold the ball up, score goals and has some mobility as well,
said Benitez. We knew about his mentality, we knew he could bring something different.