Ayoze Perez seems to be carrying on from where he left off last season and he has now started for Newcastle in the last seven league games and will start tomorrow when we are at home to Leicester City in what promises to be a difficult game. Ayoze was signed for a measly €2M from [...]
The conventional wisdom about Newcastle is that we need a top center-back and a top striker brought in during the January transfer window and of these two positions we have to think that signing a player who can shore up our defense has to be the top target. Newcastle have conceded 190 goals in the [.
Newcastle United will have to unload some players in January to make room for the new players coming in, so we will see both players leaving the club and other players coming into the club during January. Newcastle have already announced the 25 players for the Premier League in the first half of the season [.
Assistant coach Paul Simpson has been speaking on BBC Newcastle's Total Sport and he has been asked what the difference is between a manager and a head coach and he gives an interesting answer there's no difference. When Alan Pardew left the club rather quickly early this year the club went out of their [.
Florian Thauvin was again pursued by Newcastle last summer and it turned out to be third time lucky for us because we had been after him a couple of times before starting with when he was at Bastia in January of 2013 but moved to Lille before then surprisingly moving to Marseille the following [...
The signs have been good over the last four game since our 6-1 thrashing at Manchester City that the players are getting used to playing together they know what's expected from them by the coaching staff and we have played well in those last four games well part from the last one. [...]
Newcastle will be attempting to unload some players in January so we can bring in good playerswho will enhance our squad in an attempt to avoid relegation and move up the league table. The news is that Wolves and Charlton are said to be keen in taking French midfielder Yoan Gouffran, but it seems that [.
It´s apparent that Fabricio Coloccini the Newcastle captain has been asked to be more vocal with the fans this season by head coach Steve McClaren, and Steve has admitted that he is trying to get Fabricio to take more responsibility. Yesterday Fabricio sent out another email to fans and certainly one thing McClaren is trying [.
If Newcastle were to try to sign Andy Carroll it would cost is around £20M to bring the Gateshead striker back home so that´s the question we put to our readers. Anoverwhelming majority of almost 90% think that would not be a good deal for Newcastle so maybe the national press will now stop [...]
We reported a couple of days ago that Newcastle still retain an interest in signing center-back Jannik Vestergaard from Werder Bremen, who we were heavily linked with in the summer. But the news is that we would have to pay £15M for the Danish International who only joined Werder Bremen from Hoffenheim last January and [.
Newcastle were linked with 22 year-old Burnley center-half Michael Keane, who came though the Red Devils Youth Academy before joining Burnley permanently last January after being on loan there since the previous September. Newcastle will almost definitely bring in a center-back in January and Michael couldbe that central defender who comes in.
There is news coming out of Germany that Newcastle are interested in signing Jannik Vestergaard from Werder Bremen, who we were heavily linked with in the summer. With the Premier League clubs becoming richer every year the English clubs are spreading their transfer business to many European countries and Germany is one popular place since [.
We are hoping that Newcastle will be signing some good players in January and with the experience we have had of signing players from the continent it's obvious it takes time for them to settle into the side and start to play well for the Magpies. Newcastle seemto be turning more towards signing English [.
The opening of the Januarytransfer window is just 51 days away just over seven weeks and we are really hoping that Newcastle will again be willing to spend big moneytobring players in who will strengthen the squad. And in the interests of immediately strengthening the squad bring players in who can immediately [.
Another transfer window is coming up so we suppose more stories are coming out that Newcastle want to sign 26 year-old West Ham United striker Andy Carroll, who we let move to Liverpool almost five years ago for £35M and Andy has been dogged by persistent injuries ever since. Andy Carroll coming back to [.
Jesse Lingard scored his first Manchester United goal on Saturday as the Red Devils beat West Brom at home 2-0 and Jesse was a player we were after in the summer and Steve McClaren knows all about him after he was on loan at Derby County earlier this year. Jesse Lingard after scoring on Saturday [...
Newcastle need to reinforce the team this January and bring in some new players and there has been news recently that Newcastle could lose three top players at that time. The players being touted as those who may leave are Ayoze Perez, Daryl Janmaat and Moussa Sissoko but why would Newcastle allow three of [.
There was a Board Meeting last week between Lee Charnley, Steve McClaren, Graham Carr and Bob Moncur and the reports of the meeting were that Steve McClaren wanted to strengthen the side all over the pitch and on yesterday´s showing at Bournemouthhe´s rightto think that way. It was a poor performance yesterday, but also [.
During the press conference that Steve McClaren held today for the game at Bournemouth tomorrow the second question that was asked was on the January transfer window but Steve laughed and sai there arestill a lot of games to play before that and he will address January when we get there. It´s interesting that the [.
Newcastle were the favorites to sign 18 year-old Dele Alli in January and when it got late in the month we failed to seal the deal and in came Tottenham Hotspur and paid around £5M for Dele and he is now starring for Spurs and showing he is an excellent prospect and certainly can become [...]
Newcastle are expected to have a busy transfer window in January in an attempt to keep Newcastle in the Premier League and as many as four players could be arriving on Tyneside at that time. January is a very difficult window to get clubs to release their best players half-way through the season, and it´s [.
talkSPORT are reporting today that there are several Premier League clubs, including Newcastle United who are interested in giant Croatian goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic who stands 6'7″ tall. Lovre currently plays for his home-town club Hajduk Split in the Croatian First Football League and he has played for all the Croatian Youth sides and once for [.
Remy Cabella started for Marseille in the number 10 role on Sunday at Nantes in a game that Marseille won 1-0 to continue their climb up the French League after a poor start to the season. Remy Cabella in action for Marseille Head coach and former Real Madrid midfielderMichel is in background The win takes [.
We were linked with signing Charlie Austin all summer and it became the long-running soap opera of the transfer window and we ended up not signing him even though the Mirror reported in early June it was a done deal. And the Mirror is one of the papers that is a preferred outlet for Newcastle, [...]
We are still worried about Newcastle's plight even if we have played quite well over the last three games we just haven´t picked up the points our displays seem to have deserved and it´s for one reason or another. Usually another. Smiling Lee Charnley and Mike Ashley This musthave been taken at the [.
If there was more proof required that center back is still Newcastle's biggest weakness then it was there for all to see yesterday when we were mauled by Manchester City and lost the game 6-1 and that's the first time we have conceded six goals since we lost 6-0 to Liverpool at St. James' Park [...
Newcastle were hammered 6-1 at Manchester City yesterday and the first half was almost a continuation of how we had played sowell against Chelsea in the last game. Newcastle went ahead through Aleksandar Mitrovic in the 18th minutes his first goal for Newcastle and we then scored what looked like a perfectly good [.
Newcastle were linked with Wolves striker Benik Afobe in the summer but at one point Steve McClaren said Newcastle were not after the England U21 striker. But with Newcastle's terrible start to this season, we expect the Newcastle Board to be working hard behind the scenes to line up some players the club can bring [.
Newcastle will be in the market for a couple fo strikers soon, with French striker Emmanuel Riviere unlikely to make the grade on Tyneside and veteran Papiss Cisse probably being allowed to move either in January or next summer. So in that context it´s not too surprising that the Chronicle is reporting that Newcastle are [.
The Sun are reporting today that Newcastle are interested in signing 22 year-old Burnley centre-back Michael Keane, the former Manchester United youngster who signed on at Burnley last January after spending the first half of last season on loan at The Clarets. Newcastleare likely to bring in a centre-back and a striker in Januaryand the [.
If Newcastle can bring in a striker, center back and left back in January that will go a long way to improving the Newcastle team, but it´s also something we probably should have done in the summer. Most fans wanted to see another top center back brought in and at least over the first eight [...]
Last summer Newcastle were linked with then Manchester United center-back Michael Keane, but the then 21 year-old was sent out on loan to newly promoted Burnley, and in January the deal was made permanent. But with Burnley having been relegated, the 22 year-old is playing in the Championship and there's news in the Sun today [.
Newcastle were linked with a move for former Arsenal and Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole at the end of the transfer window, and if was reported in Gazzetta dello Sport and they reported Newcastle had bid for the player but that Ashley turned us down. We know that Mike Ashley, hopefully, has changed the way he [.
Newcastle seem to have done a lot of work this summer and we had a good transferwindow and seemed to have strengthened the squad by bringing infive goodplayers. At the same time Newcastle have retained some of our good experienced players so it seems we now have some strength in depth in the squad.
We're pretty sure that after what happened in the second half of last season under John Carver, owner Mike Ashley doesn't want to have any more situations that can cause himand Newcastle fans a heart attack, with Newcastle flirting with relegation. So the owner seems to have finally agreed to spend some of the big [.
The Mirror is reportingtoday that Newcastle are trying to sign central midfielder Alex Mowattfrom Leeds United. Alex is 20, and has played for the England U20 side andhe has played 74 times for the Leeds first team over the last two seasons with 10 goals and 6 asists. Alex Moyatt Leeds Central midfielder This [.
At one point this summer, it looked very clear that Newcastle were going to wait probably until today, the last day of the window, to make a bid for QPR striker Charlie Austin and hope that QPR would lower their asking price of £15M, or else lose big money on the English striker, whose contract [...
Steve McClaren has reiterated that he doesn't expect any new players to come through the door, and that it would be a surprise if we signed somebody before Tuesday night. And Steve added you cannot discount surprises happening in football. Steve McClaren looks bemused on Saturday With the defense so far looking a lot [.
It's not clear whether Newcastle will bring in any player before Tuesday night, but we wonder if Newcastle will make any attempt to get Charlie Austin in a cut price deal on Tuesday? One thing for certain is that Monaco center-back Aymen Abdennour will not be coming to Newcastle or Chelsea for that matter, since [.
Steve McClaren again opened up during his press conference yesterday for today's game with Arsenal, and said that he didn't expect to sell any players before Tuesday night, and that Newcastle didn't need to sell anybody. So we suppose the wage bill we have at the moment is manageable, and not selling any good players [.