After Newcastle lost their sixth Premier League game in a row, manager John Carver believes the Magpies are getting dragged into a relegation dogfight, with their recent defeat to Tottenham seeing sides below them in the table slowly making up the ground, reports Sky Sports.
A collection of Newcastle supporters boycotted the game against Tottenham, with around 5000 fans said to have not entered the stadium. The players didn’t seem...More
Tottenham Hotspur earned a comfortable win against Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon, with Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane getting back on the scoresheet that ensured Mauricio Pochettino’s men finished the day in a Europa League spot, reports BBC Sport.
Tottenham took the lead in the 30th minute through Nacer Chadli, with the Belgian international scoring from distance. Newcastle, who had thousands of supporters boycotting the...More
Newcastle United can secure their first league double of the season by beating European hopefuls Tottenham, but they come into it having lost each of their last five games.
It has been yet another season of frustration for those on Tyneside, and some have chosen this encounter as the one to boycott in protest of a perceived lack of ambition among the hierarchy. Barring a good run between October and December under Alan Pardew, the...More
Newcastle attacking-midfielder Siem De Jong is targeting a return to first-team action later this month, after successfully having recovered from a thigh tear and collapsed lung. He’s recently played for the reserves, and is hoping to play some small part in the first-team in April, reports Sky Sports.
The former Ajax captain has endured a nightmare of a debut season, picking up his thigh injury during training in September. At th...More
Newcastle United manager John Carver has admitted the upcoming summer is the most important the club has ever known, ClubCall has reported.
Carver was appointed as manager after Alan Pardew decamped for Crystal Palace, having been Pardew’s assistant, and has overseen a recent run of five straight defeats that takes in losses against Manchester United, Everton, Arsenal, Sunderland and Liverpool.
Newcastle are now in 13th place wit...More
PSV Eindhoven midfielder and captain Georginio Wijnaldum has admitted he would be keen on a move to the Premier League, after revealing that he harbours ambitions of playing in a better division than the Dutch Eredivisie, reports Sky Sports.
The talented youngster has been linked with Manchester United, with manager Louis van Gaal knowing Wijnaldum from his time in charge of the Netherlands national team, and is reportedly keen to...More
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