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Daily Mail - Sat Jul 7 1:25 PM
EXCLUSIVE: European clubs Benfica and Lazio have joined the growing list of clubs interested in Newcastle United winger Yasin Ben El-Mhanni. He is set to leave St James' Park on a free transfer.
Daily Mail - Fri Jul 6 10:30 PM
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Mike Ashley’s plan to give away souvenir T-shirts if England win the World Cup helps explain why FA kit suppliers Nike blocked his sponsorship attempt.
Daily Mail - Fri Jul 6 6:21 PM
Benitez has been waiting patiently to begin his preparations for the new Premier League season and looked all too happy to be back as he assumed his position at his desk on Friday afternoon.
Daily Mail - Fri Jul 6 12:08 PM
The fixture between Jose Mourinho's men and the Foxes, which will now kick-off at 8pm, has been moved to become the first televised game of the 2018-19 campaign.
Daily Mail - Thu Jul 5 11:48 PM
Newcastle have turned down a £15million proposal from Stoke City for winger Matt Ritchie. The Scot has become a fan favourite and Rafa Benitez.
Daily Mail - Thu Jul 5 12:09 PM
Newcastle United boss Rafa Benitez has added to his online presence by starting up his own Instagram account. He introduced his dogs and confirmed he is on his way back for pre-season.
Daily Mail - Wed Jul 4 6:13 PM
George Ormond, 62, was convicted of 35 charges of indecent assault and one of indecency while he was a youth football coach in Newcastle, taking advantage of boys as young as 11.
Daily Mail - Wed Jul 4 5:28 PM
Though other clubs, including Crystal Palace have been mentioned, the 23-year-old is eager to rejoin Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic in the Premier League.
Daily Mail - Tue Jul 3 2:16 PM
George Ormond, who helped in Newcastle United's youth set up has been convicted of sexually abusing young players spanning almost 25 years.
Daily Mail - Tue Jul 3 7:02 AM
After joining Newcastle United on Friday, South Korea captain Ki Sung-yueng returned home to suggest that he may step down from the national team.