- Wed Mar 21 6:33 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Rafa Benitez has challenged Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley to allow him to start building a team that can compete at the top end of the Premier League if he wants him to agree to extend his contract. Benitez, who has one year left on his current and more »
- Tue Mar 20 11:31 AM
The legendary boxer is interested in investing in the Premier League club with Sports Direct owner putting the club up for sale
- Tue Mar 20 9:08 AM
The Magpies' troubles have been blamed on poor transfer dealings with owner Ashley being criticised for not providing adequate funds for Benitez's recruitment plans
- Mon Mar 19 11:46 PM
FLOYD MAYWEATHER has sensationally suggested he could be tempted into buying Newcastle and would try and tempt Cristiano Ronaldo
to joining him.
- Mon Mar 19 10:54 PM
Boss frustrated by how the Magpies have operated for the last THREE windows is refusing talks on a contract extension
- Mon Mar 19 5:15 PM
Boxing legend hung up his gloves last year and is apparently is keen on buying the north east football club
- Mon Mar 19 2:36 PM
Floyd Mayweather has come out with the bizarre claim he could buy Newcastle United and in turn bring Cristiano Ronaldo
back to the Premier League.
Norwich Evening News
- Mon Mar 19 10:00 AM
England youth international Mackenzie Heaney has reportedly been on trial at Norwich City after his release from Newcastle United.
|We deserved to win the match with the chances that we had and the control of the game that we had,
Benitez told Sky Sports. Sometimes people talk about games where you have a lot of possession or a lot of chances, but today we have everything.
I decided to come because of the unemployment situation,
said Wendy Lorena Benitez Ramirez, 43. My daughter has a little girl and can't find a job, and my son has a little boy who needs oxygen - up to three tanks a week. He can't earn enough money to support his family.
I was talking with Steve Nixon today, the head of recruitment, and not talking about January,
For me, the next three months will be crucial,
said manager Rafael Benitez. We have important games in October and November, and then there are a lot of games in December.