As of midnight on July 31st, Matty Longstaff was no longer contracted to Newcastle United. We have ran this situation through our head many times since, attempting to decide whether it was the correct decision as we were met with conflicting thoughts.
In this edition of NUFC Hotspot Opinions we give our views on the best transfer window our club has witnessed under the stewardship of Mike Ashley. Hopefully when the takeover finally gets completed, transfers windows can soon revert to being periods of anticipation and excitement for our fans, rather than frustrations and gloom.
With the final match of the 2019/20 Premier League season on the horizon, we wanted to reflect on how our seasons have concluded in past years. We therefore take a look back to the past five seasons, while discussing the possible outcome of today’s fixture against Liverpool, the champions of England.
In this edition of NUFC Hotspot Opinions we give our views on the prospect of Jose Mourinho one day sitting in the NUFC managerial hotseat. Of course, any prospect of this occurring depends entirely on the outcome of the takeover, but even with financial backing would the Portuguese manager be a good fit at St James’ Park?
In this episode of Player Insights we take a detailed look at our immensely reliable holding midfielder, Isaac Hayden. The England Under 21 international was bought to Tyneside in 2016, and although initially slipped under the radar, has emerged into an integral part of our first-team setup.
Our match today involves a 2.15 PM kick off against West Ham United, so we want to reflect on our past fixtures against the Hammers. In a nutshell, the results over the past few seasons have been mixed. Both teams have been on the receiving end of 3-0 defeats, while there has not be a draw in this fixture since 2013.
The first link many football fans make as they think of Newcastle United is the Premier Leagues top goalscorer, Alan Shearer. We take a look at the best 5 strikers to bang in the goals for Newcastle United since his departure.
With our FA Cup Quarter Final against Manchester City on the horizon, we thought it would be a great opportunity to revisit our previous triumph over the Citizens, rewinding the clock back to January 2019.
With today’s upcoming fixture against the Birmingham based club, we though it would be a great opportunity for a ‘Where are they now?’ episode to reflect on our squad which thrashed Aston Villa 6-0 back in 2010.
Welcome to the first episode of our new series ‘Previous 3 Points’. Throughout this series we take a look back at important, memorable, or forgotten 3 points that we have picked up.