To kick off the brand new series of NUFC Hotspot Opinions, we discuss the five lowest points of our current campaign. Although the season is currently unfinished, the return of football, scheduled for June 17th, will no doubt have a whole new feeling to it. We thought now would be the perfect time to reflect on a turbulent season so far.
Dwight Gayle is one of the most confusing players to have played in black and white. Being so lethal in front of a Championship goal, he cannot replicate any of the same effectiveness in the Premier League. Throughout this article we take a look at his footballing journey, analyse his time in the North East, and see what the strikers future may hold.
The takeover is still yet to be completed, but with the recent wave of transfer headlines, it feels as if we are already on the boundaries of a brand new era at Newcastle United. Throughout this article we will take a look at every linked name, and rate their chances of lining up at St James Park anytime soon.
Our current squad possess arguably the most talented pool of defenders we have seen at Newcastle United in recent years. Both Fabian Schar and Florian Lejeune were bought to Tyneside during the stewardship of Rafa Benitez, but which defender is your preferred player?
Throughout this article we take a detailed look at our on-loan Austrian winger, Valentino Lazaro.
The latest batch of Newcastle United takeover rumours surfaced around 2 months ago. We have seen a lot of speculation from journalists throughout this period, with some being trustworthy sources and other reports just aiming to attract attention.
In our new edition of ‘Where are they now?’ we take a look back at our former French midfield maestro, Yohan Cabaye.
In the newest edition of ‘Player Insights’ we take a look at our Scottish winger, Matt Ritchie. Known for bursts of anger and an unmatched work rate, the Scot has had a brilliant journey through the English lower divisions before establishing himself as a Premier League player.
With the Newcastle takeover within touching distance, we have been linked with some of the biggest names in footballing management. Ranging from Mauricio Pochettinio to Rafa Benitez, and Massimiliano Allegri, the future certainly look exciting. When the takeover is completed there is no doubt Steve Bruce will be replaced, but this should not overshadow the job he has done on Tyneside.
Here we take a look at our current squad to pick out which players are on the fringes of an international call-up.