- Wed Sep 27 8:56 AM
RAFA BENITEZ insists he still sees his long-term future at Newcastle United, contrary to reports.
- Tue Sep 26 5:51 PM
Alan Shearer has led the tributes to former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd following his death at the age of 75.
- Tue Sep 26 3:06 PM
- Tue Sep 26 10:17 AM
has told Newcastle United fans to enjoy Rafa Benitez while they can - because he won’t be around for long.
- Tue Sep 26 5:55 AM
NEWCASTLE are planning to enter contract talks with Rafa Benitez in a bid to ward off West Ham.
- Mon Sep 25 4:36 AM
Tomer Hemed could leave Brighton short on strikers if he faces retrospective action for his stamp on Newcastle's DeAndre Yedlin.
- Mon Sep 25 12:48 AM
advised Rafa Benitez against signing Gareth Barry
as a replacement for Xabi Alonso, instead imploring him to do everything to keep the midfielder at the club.
- Sun Sep 24 1:33 PM
SkySports Steven Taylor
told Goals on Sunday that he was once in a Newcastle United team meeting where players put their hands up to confirm they wanted to be at the club. Following the club's relegation from the Premier League in 2009, they were thrashed 6-1 by and more »
- Sun Sep 24 1:00 PM
MANCHESTER CITY’s forgotten man Fabian Delph
said has explained his surprising decision to reject offers from other Premier League clubs and stay where he is.
|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.