- Wed Sep 13 1:13 PM
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Rabah Yousif finish season in Newcastle
- Wed Sep 13 12:22 PM
JAMAAL LASCELLES has negotiated his Newcastle team-mates a £4million survival bonus from Mike Ashley. That is on top of the £20m windfall Ashley has offered them for winning the FA Cup. Toon skipper Lascelles spoke to the club’s owner by phone to thrash out the bonus structure for this season. Su...
- Mon Sep 11 8:28 PM
The Spaniard expected a more productive transfer period for his side and admitted he may not be there for a long time
- Mon Sep 11 3:21 PM
NEWCASTLE UNITED have reportedly opened talks with Jamaal Lascelles over a new contract. The Magpies captain is currently the toast of the Toon Army after his match-winning display on Sunday. Lascelles blocked an effort on the line before heading the only goal to secure Newcastle three points at...
- Sun Sep 10 11:36 PM
The Portugal international failed to shine in his first match since moving on loan to Bayern, but his manager is not concerned
- Sun Sep 10 9:12 PM
The Toon attacker may go out on loan before transfer deadline day after making his debut for the North East club last season
- Sun Sep 10 8:10 PM
Ritchie raised his boot and made contact with Swansea defender Alfie Mawson but only picked up a yellow card
- Sun Sep 10 6:04 PM
The Portuguese midfielder was handed his debut after joining on loan
- Sun Sep 10 7:33 AM
Spain midfielder Mikel Merino considers himself "blessed" to be playing for Newcastle United.
- Sat Sep 9 11:43 PM
NEWCASTLE owner Mike Ashley has personally offered the club’s players a staggering £20 million bonus if they win the FA Cup this season. Toon’s stars had been involved in a row with club bosses through the summer on the structure of bonuses for their return to the Premier League. The stand-off ha...
- Sat Sep 9 11:39 AM
Newcastle goalkeeper Rob Elliot has spoken of his “mental battle” after recovering from long-term injury.
|They have a very good team and they have to compete for the title, it's obvious they are one of the teams who will be in the top three,
Benitez told BBC Sport.
Chelsea is a big club with fantastic players, every manager wants to coach a such a big team,
Benitez said in 2007. But I would never take that job, in respect for my former team at Liverpool, no matter what.
I think it is a model for all the managers around the world, their style of football, his behaviour,
Benitez said sarcastically. The style of football, I think, Barcelona are thinking of copying.
A very good reaction by the team and as I said before, these players care,
said Benitez. They were giving everything and trying to get back in the game.