- Thu Sep 7 2:46 PM
In a Premier League statement, it has been confirmed that the window in any year 'will end at 17:00 on the Thursday before the start of the season.'
- Thu Sep 7 12:03 PM
Benitez described the North East "like home for me" already after his short time at the club
- Thu Sep 7 11:07 AM
SkySports New Swansea loanee Renato Sanches should make his debut against Newcastle live on Sky Sports this Sunday - but what will the 20-year-old offer the Wales club? The youngster was touted as one of the world's brightest stars when he dazzled for Benfica and more »
- Thu Sep 7 6:14 AM
New Swansea loanee Renato Sanches should make his debut against Newcastle live on Sky Sports this Sunday - but what will the 20-year-old offer the Wales club?
- Thu Sep 7 12:33 AM
RAFA BENITEZ has given a clear indication he’s ready to STAY at Newcastle - despite his spat with owner Mike Ashley.
- Wed Sep 6 10:30 PM
RAFA BENITEZ has given a clear indication he is ready to stay at Newcastle.
- Wed Sep 6 2:00 PM
INTERVIEW BY KIERAN GILL: Ameobi is still going strong at 35 for League Two side Notts County, but the striker is also working back 'home' at Newcastle United, helping a new generation of strikers.
- Mon Sep 4 5:08 PM
HULL CITY striker Abel Hernandez attracted a host of interest in the summer, according to this agent.
- Mon Sep 4 10:20 AM
NEWCASTLE UNITED striker Joselu has drawn similarities between his new club and European heavyweights Real Madrid.
- Sun Sep 3 8:20 AM
Rafa Benitez faces a £5million block preventing him from walking out on the Newcastle job, which means he is likely to stay even though relations with Mike Ashely have been damaged beyond repair.
|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.