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Internationals:
Merino magic
Our lads have
been in action for their countries and top performance so far goes to
Mikel Merino for his fancy footwork and goal and an assist for Spain's
U21s against Italy in a Friendly on Friday.
See
the action here
Mikel Merino (Spain U21s)
01.09.2017 Italy (a) won 3-0 FR
Merino played the first 70 minutes of the 3-0 victory in Toledo. He scored
the first goal in the 22nd minute and made the second.
05.09.2017 Estonia (a) Tallinn ECQ
Tyrique Bartlett (South
Africa U20s)
30.08.2017 Brazil (n) lost 0-4 FR
The Newcastle forward was named in the starting XI for Wednesday's tournament
opener at St George's Park.
04.09.2017 England U18s (a) Leek Town FR
Matz Sels (Belgium)
31.08.2017 Gibraltar (h) won 6-0 WCQ
Sels was an unused sub as Belgium put a half dozen past Gibraltar in Liege.
03.09.2017 Greece (a) Piraeus WCQ
Chancel Mbemba (DR Congo)
01.09.2017 Tunisia (a) lost 1-2 WCQ
Mbemba played the full game and was booked in the 83rd minute as DR Congo
were defeated in Rades.
04.09.2017 Tunisia (h) Kinshasa WCQ
Matt Ritchie (Scotland)
01.09.2017 Lithuania (a) won 3-0 WCQ
Ritchie came off the bench in the 66th minute when it was 2-0 in Vilnius.
04.09.2017 Malta (h) Hampden WCQ
Christian Atsu (Ghana)
01.09.2017 Congo (h) drew 1-1 WCQ
Atsu played the full game in Kumasi and was credited with an assist for the
Ghanaian equaliser in the 86th minute.
05.09.2017 Congo (a) Brazzaville WCQ
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia)
02.09.2017 Moldova (h) Belgrade WCQ
05.09.2017 Ireland (a) Dublin WCQ
Rob Elliot, Ciaran Clark (Ireland)
02.09.2017 Georgia (a) Tblisi WCQ
05.09.2017 Serbia (h) Dublin WCQ
Henri Saivet (Senegal)
02.09.2017 Burkina Faso (h) Dakar WCQ
05.09.2017 Burkina Faso (a) Ouagadougou WCQ
Freddie Woodman
(England U21s)
01.09.2017 Netherlands (a) drew 1-1 FR
Woodman watched from the bench in Doetinchem.
05.09.2017 Latvia (h) Bournemouth ECQ
Otto Huuhtanen (Finland U18s)
04.09.2017 Austria (h) Tammela FR
06.09.2017 Austria (h) Tammela FR
Names
in the frame:
Squads
announced
The official squad listings have been announced as follows and notably include
Jack Colback in the 25:
Full 25 man squad list: (*Home grown):
Aarons, Rolando*
Atsu, Christian (Twasam)
Clark, Ciaran*
Colback, Jack Raymond*
Darlow, Karl*
Diame, Mohamed
Dummett, Paul*
Elliot, Robert*
Gamez Duarte, Jesus
Gayle, Dwight Devon Boyd*
Haidara, Massadio
Hayden, Isaac Scot*
Joselu (Mato Sanmartin, Jose Luis)
Lascelles, Jamaal*
Lejeune, Florian Gregoire Claude
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Mbemba, Chancel Mangulu
Mitrovic, Aleksander
Murphy, Jacob Kai*
Perez, Ayoze (Gutierrez)
Ritchie, Matthew Thomas*
Saivet, Henri
Shelvey, Jonjo*
Sterry, Jamie Michael*
Yedlin, Deandre
Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars):
Allan, Thomas David
Allen, Max
Aplin, Kieren Glen
Armstrong, Adam James
Aziakonou, Yannick
Bailey, Owen John Edward
Barlaser, Daniel Tan
Barrett, Ryan Thomas
Bartlett, Tyrique
Cameron, Kyle Milne
Cass, Lewis Graham
Charman, Luke
Cole, Thomas Anthony
Cumbreras, Jesus Nunez
Fernandez Satue, Victor
Gallacher, Owen John
Gamblin, Isaac William
Gibson, Liam Steven
Gilliead, Alex Nicholas
Goodridge, Mace Lewin
Harker, Nathan
Heaney, Mackenzie
Hunter, Jack David
Huuhtanen, Otto Eemeli
Joyce, Samuel Edward
Kitchen, Benjamin
Long, Oliver James
Longstaff, Matthew Ben
Longstaff, Sean David
Madia, Deese Kasinga
McNall, Lewis
Merino Zazon, Mikel
Newberry, Michael
O'Connor, Stefan Ramone Sewell
Pearson, Brendan Conor
Roberts, Callum
Robson, Jack
Russell, Kurtis
Sangare, Mohammed
Smith, Callum
Sorensen, Elias Fritjof Graenge
Spooner, Craig
Toney, Ivan Benjamin Elijah
Walters, Oliver Reece
Ward, Daniel John
Watts, Kelland John William James
Williams, Callum Dylan
Wilson, Adam Ayiro
Woodman, Frederick John
Woolston, Paul Hudson
Yarney, Josef Charles
Young, Jack
No
Movement:
Constipation
and consternation
A very empty car park, deadline day
The only movement in or out on transfer deadline day saw two loan moves for
players who had been told they had no future at the club:
Tim Krul - a season-long loan move to Brighton.
He tweeted this message on Friday:
quot;To all the Geordies I just want to say a
massive thank you for your support over the last 11 years. You guys are the
foundation of the club.
quot;It's been an amazing and unforgettable
journey. I arrived at Newcastle as a 17-year-old boy and leaving as a man
with too many memories to mention.
quot;Thank you for making me feel like an
adopted Geordie. I'm proud and honoured to have served this great club, you
will always be in my heart. quot;
Achraf Lazaar - a season-long loan move to Italians Benevento.
That'll help our bid to avoid relegation....
A year ago today we were congratulating everyone involved for the completion
of 45 deals (including five contract extensions) that set up what ultimately
proved to be a successful promotion campaign.
But this Summer's transfer window couldn't be more different.
It has been a complete shambles and everyone associated with the club: the
owner, management, agents and players have all contributed to an incredible
lack of professionalism even for this club.
It can hang its head in shame as a dispirited squad now faces a season of
struggle.
This looks like a re-run of Summer 2012 when we only brought in Vurnon Anita
and then had to panic buy when we got to January in 15th.
Sadly the world - and the Premier League - has moved on and we won't be so
fortunate this time round.
These penny pinchers are gambling with our future yet again - Premier League
survival on a shoestring - having twice come a cropper and sailed close to
the wind on a few other occasions.
But we can't absolve Rafa Benitez from some of the blame as a lot of his
signings needed to be unloaded - wasting money, time and effort - and now
disgruntled and mismanaged players still remain at the club (Darlow, Haidara,
Colback, Gayle, Mitrovic).
To be without a first team left back until January and to offload two
international goalkeepers without a replacement is something that few of us
expected from this regime.
Whatever positivity was at the club in May after winning the Championship,
it has dissipated in just three months. That seemed unthinkable.
What an irony that Benitez returned from a prestigious UEFA coaching forum
to try and manage a club with absolutely no ambition and run like a pub
side....
If anyone mentions the word hindsight in May 2018 should disaster strike
again then we will not be responsible for our actions. It will have been
totally predictable and preventable.
Recap:
The transfer window closed at 11pm on Thursday, here's a
recap of what Toon-related business had been completed before then:
Inbound:
Christian Atsu bought
Florian Lejeune bought
Jacob Murphy bought
Javier Manquillo bought
Mikel Merino loaned (with option to buy)
Joselu bought
Outbound:
Vurnon Anita released
Sammy Ameobi released
Yoan Gouffran released
Haris Vuckic released
Lubo Satka released
Florian Thauvin sold
Kevin Mbabu sold
Matz Sels loaned
Adam Armstrong loaned
Daryl Murphy sold
Ivan Toney loaned
Emmanuel Riviere released
Siem De Jong sold
Grant Hanley sold
Achraf Lazaar loaned
Tim Krul loaned
Disciplinary:
Idiot banned
Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has
landed a three match ban after accepting a charge of violent conduct
from the FA following Saturday's game with West
Ham United.
Mitro was shown to elbow Manuel Lanzini and although referee Neil
Swarbrick saw it and told the West Ham players that he didn't deem it
intentional, the FA reviewed the footage and opted to charge him.
While there's absolutely no justification for moronic behaviour that had no
bearing on the game (mirroring Jonjo Shelvey's ridiculous actions against
Spurs) the influence of TV pundits has again been highlighted.
The FA's decision on whether to act retrospectively seems heavily influenced
by the level of outrage that commentators attach to the incident in question -
Mitro's quot;previous quot; removing any doubt of innocence compared to say,
Harry Kane of Spurs or Huddersfield Town's new boy Steve Mounie.
This of course is hardly new for United, Yohan Cabaye retrospectively charged
and then banned following our FA Cup visit to Brighton in 2012 after
enthusiastic lobbying from ESPN and their presenter Ray Stubbs.
The Serbian will now miss visits to Swansea City and Brighton and Hove Albion
plus the home game against Stoke City that comes between those.
U23:
Shels
stalemate
Newcastle United
XI 3 Shelbourne XI 3
A mixture of Academy players and
reserve teamers not involved in Tuesday's cup game at Crewe faced Irish
opposition in a kickabout
on Wednesday afternoon.
The two sides shared six goals, with Tom Heardman, Lewis McNall and Thomas
Cole scoring for United.
Departure:
Grant gone
The latest permanent departure from Gallowgare
is Scottish international Grant Hanley, who has returned to the
Championship with Norwich City.
The 25 year-old central defender had been interesting Fulham
and Norwich, with the Canaries completing a deal on Wednesday after a 拢4m bid
was accepted.
Hanley successfully completed his medical
before rejoining the Scotland travelling party for Friday's game in Lithuania,
having agreed a four year deal.
Signed from Blackburn Rovers for 拢5.5m ahead of last season, Hanley failed to
fully establish himself as a Magpie, playing in just 10 of United's 46
Championship games and start only half of those.
The pre-season acquisition of Florian Lejeune meant that he was surplus to
requirements and a move to Derby County looked likely in pre-season, only for
Hanley himself to pull the plug on a Rams' switch.
Despite Lejeune's injury on opening day
against Spurs though, Hanley didn't earn a recall to the squad.
He did complete 120 minutes of the League Cup loss to Nottingham Forest - his
17th appearance in all competitions - but did little to impress against
second tier opposition.
His new club have won just once in five Championship games so far - conceding
12 goals in the process.
U21s:
Railwaymen
shunted
Crewe Alexandra 1 Newcastle U21s 2
Match
report
Departure:
De Jong
repatriated
The invisible Mag - was he ever really here?
Confirmation came on Monday from
Ajax that a deal taking Siem De Jong back to his former club on a
permanent basis has now been completed.
The 28 year-old has signed a three-year contract with the Amsterdam club for a
reported fee of
拢4m - 拢3m less than Newcastle paid Ajax for him in July 2014.
(Update: Dutch newspapers subsequently claimed that Ajax had paid around
拢1.9m to re-sign De Jong).
A catalogue of injuries* meant that Siem made just 26 competitive appearances
for United (seven starts), the last of which was in the 0-0 draw at Aston
Villa in May 2016 that confirmed our relegation.
* including groin, lung, thigh, head, eye and calf.
He leaves having netted twice, during a 2-3 home loss to Swansea City in April
2015 and against Northampton Town in the League Cup at Gallowgate later that
year.
De Jong's final outing for the club came in the home friendly victory over
Hellas Verona earlier this month, having featured in all six of our pre-season
games.
Loaned to PSV Eindhoven last season his 22nd and final appearance for them
came against Ajax back in April.
De Jong is the second player to exit SJP in recent days, following the
transfer of Emmanuel Riviere to French side Metz. He was then followed
by Grant Hanley, who completed a permanent switch to Norwich City.
2017/18:
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2017/18:
Heart still beating after
triple Hart bypass
Newcastle 3 West
Ham 0
Match
footage is online here
Match
report
Update:
Talk the talk
-
walk the walk?
From the Mirror, Monday - who
avoid naming
the source of the quot;shut up and get on with his job quot; quotes:
Rafa Benitez has agreed to 聯shut up and get on with his job聰 after
clear-the-air talks with Newcastle chiefs.
After a series of transfer window moans,
Toon boss Benitez was visited by managing director Lee Charnley and Justin
Barnes 聴 a lawyer working for Magpies owner Mike Ashley 聴 after Saturday聮s
win over West Ham.
PR man Keith Bishop was also present amid
concern at the European Cup winner聮s comments about his transfer budget.
So far, Newcastle have splashed out around
拢40million in this summer聮s transfer window on six players, but missed out
on four early deals Benitez wanted done, leading to tension.
Ashley sent right-hand man Charnley to see Benitez after Saturday's win.
On Friday afternoon, Benitez claimed Newcastle was no longer a 聯long-term聰
project and all summer he has hinted at unhappiness at the speed of business
being done.
Owner Ashley is believed to have asked Benitez to stop his unsettling comments
and to 聯get on with his job聰.
Disillusioned striker Dwight Gayle could be sold this week for up to 拢20m, to
raise further funds for a late recruitment push.
Talks were held at St James聮s Park
immediately after the win over West Ham, and an amicable way forward worked
out between all parties.
If this seems vaguely familiar, cast your mind back nine years, after
then-manager Kevin Keegan's comment that United were a quot;million
miles quot; away from the top four:
Here's the Guardian's version of events, which were inaccurately upbeat given
that KK remained in charge for just four more competitive games and the whole
matter ended up in court - hardly amicable:
May 2008:
A lengthy meeting in London involving
manager Kevin Keegan, Mike Ashley and Dennis Wise concluded with civil
handshakes rather than final farewells.
Keegan had been summoned to the Fleet
Street offices of the international law firm Freshfields - where Chris Mort,
Newcastle's chairman remains a partner on indefinite leave of absence - by
Ashley, the club's owner, after making some provocative comments.
While Newcastle's manager had made it
clear he would not resign there were suggestions that he could possibly be
sacked but, instead, Keegan, who is believed to have offered Ashley an
apology, emerged still in charge and with a truce negotiated.
Nonetheless it is understood that there
were flashpoints and moments of real tension between Ashley, Wise and Keegan
and that Mort's renowned diplomatic skills proved essential to procuring a
satisfactory outcome.
Ashley was reportedly angered by his
manager's sarcastic assertion that their relationship was good because they
never spoke....
Now sensitive topics including transfer
targets, funding and the division of club duties are said to have been
quot;mapped out quot; for Keegan...
Loan
lads:
Borrowers
Sean Longstaff
(Blackpool)
Sean made it three goals from three League One starts for the
Tangerines on Saturday, with another long range effort in Blackpool's 2-1
victory over Oldham Athletic.
Lobby played the entire 90 minutes at Bloomfield Road and has now matched his
goal tally from last season's 16 league game loan spell at Kilmarnock.
See
Sean's latest effort online here
Sean wasn't involved in
Tuesday's Checkatrade Trophy game which saw Blackpool lose on penalties to
local rivals Wigan.
Ivan Toney
(Wigan Athletic)
And it's also back to back goals for striker Ivan, as he converted an open
goal to give the
Latics an early lead against Portsmouth in League One on Saturday.
It finished 1-1 at the JJB Stadium, with Toney withdrawn on 61 minutes.
Ivan's
latest goal is online here
Ivan wasn't in the squad for the trip to Blackpool in a Checkatrade Trophy game
on Tuesday night which the Latics won on penalties.
Callum Williams
(Gateshead)
Defender Callum played his second game in three days as the Tynesiders
recorded a second successive 0-0 draw, this time against Halifax at the
International Stadium on Monday.
He was involved in the sending off of Halifax's Matty Kosylo, being fouled
for the second yellow card but the ten men held out for a point as Gateshead
remained sixth in the Vanarama National League.
Adam Armstrong
(Bolton Wanderers)
Arma played the full 90 minutes of a 0-4 defeat at Hull City in the
Championship on Friday.
The Trotters aren't back in action until Saturday September 9th, when they
host Boro in the league.
Stuart Findlay (Kilmarnock)
There was a second Killie debut for the defender in a 2-2 home draw with Hamilton Academical in the Scottish Premiership on
Saturday, playing all 90 minutes.
Findlay spent the 2015/16 season on loan at Rugby Park while on the books of
Celtic. He's there until January 2018 this time round.
Killie return to action when they travel to Motherwell on Saturday week,
September 9th.
Alex Gilliead
(Bradford City)
The Bantams and the Saddlers shared six goals at Bescot in League One on
Saturday afternoon, Alex involved in the build-up to Bradford's opener.
The winger was withdrawn from the action just after the hour mark, with City
3-1 ahead.
Bradford won 4-2 at Chesterfield in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday night
with Alex playing the first half.
Matz Sels
(Anderlecht)
A 0-0 draw at Gent in the Belgian First Division on Sunday will have brought
some satisfaction to Gent old boy player Matz - although his current side are
11th in the table with five points from five games.
The Belgian champions have been paired with PSG, Celtic and Bayern Munich in
the Champions League Group Stage - that should keep Sels busy....
2017/18:
A question of cash
From the
Shields Gazette, trouble at mill....
Newcastle United聮s
players are yet to agree their bonuses for the new season.
The players have been in talks with the club聮s hierarchy over this season聮s
bonus sheet. However, the Gazette understands that the two parties are yet to
come to an agreement two games into the new Premier League season. They have
until the start of next month to agree their bonuses for the 2017-18
campaign.
United聮s players 聳 who shared a 拢5million pot with backroom staff for
winning promotion last season 聳 are in discussions over an improved bonus
offer from the club, which will bank more than 拢100million from the Premier
League this season.
Negotiations between the club and players are ongoing. Newcastle manager Rafa
Benitez 聳 whose side have lost their opening two league fixtures 聳 will
want the matter settled quickly given its potential to impact on dressing room
morale.
Unlikely
lads:
Transfers
Old boys on
the move:
Gideon Adu-Peprah Cambridge United (trial)
Sam Allardyce left Crystal Palace
Sammy Ameobi Bolton Wanderers
Vurnon Anita Leeds United
Sebastien Bassong Birmingham City (trial)
Gael Bigirimana Motherwell
Kevin Bond Birmingham City C
Lee Bowyer
Charlton Athletic AM
Titus Bramble
Stowmarket Town
Tony Caig
Bury GC
Ian Cathro left Hearts
Adam Campbell Morecambe
Jamie Cobain West Auckland
Siem De Jong Ajax
Ryan Donaldson Hartlepool United
Seydou Doumbia AS Roma to Sporting Lisbon (loan)
Shay Given training with Macclesfield Town
Yoan Gouffran Goztepe Izmir
Stuart Green Cleator Moor Celtic M
Jonas Gutierrez
Independiente
Des Hamilton
Eccleshill United AM
Grant Hanley
Norwich City
Jamie Holmes
South Shields
JJ Hooper
Grimsby Town
Brad Inman
Peterborough United to Rochdale (loan)
Darren Jackson Scotland U19 AC
Peter Lovenkrands Rangers YC
Lomana LuaLua South Shields (trial)
Steve McClaren Maccabi Tel Aviv C
Ryan McGorrigan Blyth Town
Daryl Murphy
Nottingham Forest
Conor Newton Hartlepool United
Gabriel Obertan Levski Sofia
Alan O'Brien Chippenham Town
Scott Parker Spurs Academy C
Matty Pattison South Shields
Emmanuel Riviere Metz
John Robertson Inverness CT M
Lubo Satka DAC 1904
Steven Taylor Doncaster Rovers (trial)
Steven Taylor Peterborough United
Haris Vuckic FC Twente
Mike Williamson Oxford United
Andy Woodman left Whitehawk
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Fixtures, Tickets etc.
Season 2017/18
The stadium Box Office is located in the Milburn Stand, just up the slope from the Sir
Bobby Robson Statue. The previous ticket desk in the club shop has now
closed.
Paid-for matchday ticket collections take place from the windows at the
back of the Gallowgate End Stand, above NINE Bar.
SJP Box Office phone: 0844
372 1892*
(7p per minute plus network charge)
* 0044 870 444 1892
from overseas
Online Box Office is here
SJP seating plan is here
On the opening day of ticket sales, they officially commence at 10am -
with any points reduction for away tickets becoming effective at the
same time.
Away tickets are sold only to season ticket holders and members*. All ST
holders are automatically members (a non-negotiable fee is added
annually by NUFC to each ST).
A 拢1 administration fee per ticket applies to away sales in all
competitions, with no upper limit. In addition, non-NUFC members pay the
same fee on home ticket sales.
United obtained a 12 month exemption on logistical grounds to
the PL requirement to house some away fans at pitch
level.
Certain roads around SJP will be traffic free for 20 minutes either side
of the final whistle for all first team home games this season.
The following junctions will be closed:
Strawberry Place / Leazes Park Road
Strawberry Place / Barrack Road
Strawberry Place / St James Street
Strawberry Lane
Leazes Terrace will also be traffic-free for the same period and
additionally be closed from 60 minutes before kick-off.
Heading to the Toon?
City guide
here
NE guide
here
Thu 31.08.2017 Transfer Deadline @ 11pm.
Sat 09.09.2017 U18s v West Bromwich Albion (h) @ Little Benton,
11am. U18 Premier League 2 Northern Section.
Sun 10.09.2017 Swansea City (a) @ Liberty Stadium, 4pm. Premier League.
Live on Sky Sports. Public
sale now. 拢30 adults, 拢17.50 over 60s, U16s, NUS. Allocation: 2,000.
Mon 11.09.2017 U23s v Norwich City
(h) @ SJP, 7pm.
Premier League 2 Division Two.
Sat 16.09.2017 Stoke City (h) @ SJP, 3pm. Premier League.
Public sale now.
Mon 18.09.2017 U23s v Brighton and
Hove Albion (a) @ Crawley Town FC, 7pm.
Premier League 2 Division Two.
Sat 23.09.2017 U18s v Manchester United (a)
@ Carrington. 1pm. U18 Premier League 2 Northern Section.
Sun 24.09.2017 Brighton and Hove Albion (a) @ Amex Stadium, 4pm. Premier League.
Live on Sky Sports.
SOLD OUT. Allocation: 2,500.
Mon 25.09.2017 U23s v Wolves
(h) @ SJP, 7pm.
Premier League 2 Division Two.
Sat 30.09.2017 U18s v Blackburn Rovers (h) @ Little Benton,
12.30pm. U18 Premier League 2 Northern Section.
Sun 01.10.2017 Liverpool (h) @ SJP, 4.30pm. Premier League.
Live on Sky Sports. Member
sale now.
Live TV games:
Sun 10.09.2017 Swansea City (a) 4pm
Sun 24.09.2017 Brighton (a) 4pm
Sun 01.10.2017 Liverpool (h) 4.30pm
Sun 15.10.2017
Southampton (a) 4pm
Mon 30.10.2017 Burnley (a) 8pm
Sat 18.11.2017 Man United (a) 5.30pm*
All on Sky except * on BT.
Sky Sports (126 games)
BT Sports (42 games)
Live TV confirmation dates:
NB:
these are all quot;approximate dates quot;
Thu 12.10.2017 Dec amp; January
Tue 12.12.2017 February
Thu 25.01.2018 March
Mon 26.02.2018 April
Fri 06.04.2018 May
Tue 08.05.2018 May 13th
FA Cup:
United enter in Round 3 - draw will be on or around Mon 04.12.2017.
R3 06.01.2017
R4 27.01.2017
R5 17.02.2017
R6 17.03.2017
SF 21.04.2017
F Sat 19.05.2017
Checkatrade Trophy:
United U23s are in Group D and play three away ties against EFL
first teams:
Tue 29.08.2017 Crewe
1-2 NUFC
Tue 03.10.2017 Port Vale (a) 7.45pm
Tue 07.11.2017 Oldham (a) 7.30pm
R2: w/c 04.12.2017
R3: w/c 08.01.2018
QF: w/c 22.01.2018
SF: w/c 26.02.2018
F: Sun 08.04.2018 (Wembley)
Premier League Cup:
United U23s are in Group D and will play six ties - facing Swansea City, Burnley
and Colchester United
both home and away.
Dates and venues are all tbc but fixtures have been appearing on these
six dates:
Fri 29.09.2017
Fri 03.11.2017
Fri 01.12.2017
Fri 19.01.2018
Fri 09.02.2018
Fri 23.02.2018
Premier League International Cup:
United U23s are in Group A and will play three ties as follows:
Tue 24.10.2017 Sparta Prague (h) 7pm
Wed 15.11.2017 Liverpool (a) 7pm
Tue 12.12.2017 PSV (h) 7pm
Subsequent round dates tbc
Northumberland Senior Cup:
United U23s enter in the Quarter Finals.
08.11.2017 First Round
06.12.2017 Quarter Final
07.02.2018 Semi Final
??.??.2018 Final
U18
Premier League Cup:
United U23s are in Group B and will play three ties against
Blackburn Rovers, Brighton and Hove Albion and Chelsea.
Dates and venues of all three ties are tbc, but ties are scheduled to be
staged on:
Sat 16.09.2017
Sat 04.11.2017
Sat 02.12.2017
FA Youth Cup:
United U18s enter at the Third Round stage, to be played on or
before 16.12.2017.
Gateshead
FC are offering discounts to current NUFC season ticket holders 拢10
entry for National League home games (rather than the usual 拢15).
16 amp; 17 year
old admission 拢5, U16s 拢3.
Next four GFC home games:
Tue 12.09.2017 Chester 7.45pm
Sat 16.09.2017 Aldershot 3pm
Sat 30.09.2017 Boreham Wood 3pm
Sat 07.10.2017 Bromley 3pm
Metro engineering works:
Magpie Movers are now on sale to NUFC
ST holders, allowing use of public transport across the city three hours
before and three hours after competitive NUFC home games.
After being 拢20 for three seasons, Movers now cost 拢30 online or 拢31 by post
here
Live music @ SJP on Fri
08.06.2018, Sat 09.06.2018 and Sun 10.06.2018 when Ed Sheeran
headlines all three nights.
The 2019
European Champions Cup and Challenge
Cup rugby union Finals will be @ SJP on successive days (exact dates tbc)
International Magpies
National Service
2017/18 international breaks:
Mon-Tue 28.08-05.09.2017
Mon-Tue 02.10-10.10.2017
Mon-Tue 06.11-14.11.2017
Mon-Tue 19.03-27.03.2018
Coxy's Cockup Corner
Whoops, He did it Again...
What's this all about then?
Click here
for a rambling explanation of sorts....
On
This Day in History
2nd September
Born Or Died:
1900 Robert McKay born, Govan, Scotland.
(1926-28)
Inside right who cost Newcastle 拢2,750 when he was persuaded
to leave Rangers - United reaping an instant return when he fired a debut hat
trick in a 5-2 home win over West Bromwich Albion.
1927 saw Bob add a First Division medal to the Scottish Cup one gained with
Morton some five years earlier.
And October of that year saw him gain a first (and only) international cap for
Scotland in a 2-2 draw with Wales at Wrexham.
Just over a year later however, he'd moved on to local rivals Sunderland - with
left back Bob Thomson coming the other way.
Almost inevitably he scored twice for his new club in a 5-2 derby victory at
Roker Park just days after joining the red and whites.
Bob later played for Charlton, Bristol Rovers, Newport County and had spells
managing Dundee United and Ballymena United.
Later scouting for Charlton, Bob had returned to his native Glasgow when his
death was recorded in May 1977.
1925 Ernie Taylor born, Sunderland.
(1942-51)
A wartime signing from Hylton Colliery, diminutive inside
forward Ernie played for United in wartime football, his Royal Navy service as
a submariner also seeing him appear for Plymouth Argyle.
His competitive debut for the Magpies came in the FA Cup versus Barnsley in
1946 and he was part of United's 1951 FA Cup winning side before moving on to
Blackpool - where he repeated the feat at Wembley in 1953.
Taylor received international recognition later that year, but his first and
last England cap was the 6-3 home defeat by Hungary.
A transfer to Manchester United in the aftermath of the 1958 Munich Air
Disaster saw him reach a third final, but he had to settle for a runners-up
medal.
Ending his league career at his hometown club, Ernie played briefly for
Altrincham and then Derry City in Northern Ireland.
Emigrating to New Zealand he worked as a football coach before returning to
North West England and working for Vauxhall Motors.
Ernie was living in Birkenhead at the time of his death, in April 1985.
1953 Paul Cannell born, Newcastle.
(1972-78)
Centre forward who began his footballing career with the
mackems and played for England Schoolboys before moving to SJP.
Paul made his first team debut in a Texaco Cup against Ayr United at SJP in
September 1972, although he had to wait until March 1974 to make his
competitive league bow, replacing the absent Malcolm Macdonald.
However, it was only after the sale of Mac to Arsenal that Cannell became a
regular choice, scoring 12 league goals in 1976/77 - just two less than top
scorer Mickey Burns.
Having spent the close seasons of 1976 and 1977 playing in the North American
Soccer League with Washington Diplomats, Paul emigrated late in 1977 after
being declared surplus to requirements at Gallowgate by new manager Bill
McGarry.
Remaining out in the USA until 1981 and also played for the Memphis Rogues,
Detroit Express and Calgary Boomers (who took on the Memphis franchise in
1981).
Cannell returned to England in 1981 and played for North Shields, Mansfield
Town, Berwick Rangers and Blyth Spartans, leaving Croft Park at the end of the
1983/84 season.
Since then Paul has been connected to various local business ventures such as
pubs, nightclubs, discos, taxis and even a foray into quiz books. He later
became landlord of The Alexandra pub in North Shields.
Cannell released a biography in 2012 with a title that colourfully referred to
an expletive that rhymes with his name....
1982 Joey Barton born Huyton.
(2007-11)
A boyhood Evertonian, midfielder Barton was with the Toffees as
a schoolboy before switching to Manchester City in 1999.
Making his first team debut for Kevin Keegan's City side against Bolton in
April 2003, Barton's first senior England cap was against Spain at Old
Trafford in April 2007.
Moving to SJP in a 拢5.8m deal three months later, Barton's first team debut
was delayed until October 2007 after breaking a bone in his foot in a
pre-season friendly at Carlisle.
His first Magpies goal came from the penalty spot at Fulham in December 2007
and he repeated that trick in a home game against West Bromwich Albion in
October 2008.
Within a month though he was sidelined again after clashing with Wigan's Lee
Cattermole, an abortive comeback ending with him limping off at Manchester City
in January 2009.
Barton began the 2009/10 season still at SJP, despite seemingly playing his
last game for the club in a 0-3 loss Liverpool on his native Merseyside the
previous May - seeing red for a ridiculous challenge on Xabi Alonso.
A post-match row with Shearer in the Anfield dressing room saw Barton
banned from the club, but he returned as a substitute in the opening
Championship game at West Brom, by which time Al was a BBC pundit again.
That was despite a training ground spat with a number of fellow first teamers
and interim manager Chris Hughton just hours earlier.
Injury then sidelined Barton yet again in September 2009, with a broken
metatarsal keeping him out until the following March - when he contrived to
miss a penalty at Hartlepool in his reserve team comeback.
Reappearing for the last nine game of the promotion season, Joey scored from a free
kick at Peterborough and dedicated the goal to the club's medical
staff, who had seen him through yet another dose of rehab.
United's Premier League return then saw him net the winning penalty in a
pre-season shootout success against Deportivo (after missing one in normal
time) and then net his first Newcastle goal from open play with a stunning
strike against Aston Villa.
In association with Caterpillar
The 6-0 victory that day was enough to see him discard the
moustache that he'd vowed to grow until the Magpies won their first game back
in the top flight - Barton having shaved it off before post-game interviews.
After a decent season on the pitch, often captaining and leading the side to
some notable performances, Barton fell foul of the club's management by making
some very public statements about not being offered a new contract and the
club's transfer policy.
Using his Twitter account, Barton criticised the departure of his team mates,
Kevin Nolan and Jose Enrique and was immediately placed on the transfer list on
a quot;free quot;.
Missing from the club's USA pre-season tour after being refused a visa due to
his criminal record (although he travelled there for his holidays only weeks
earlier, Barton instead joined the reserves' tour of Holland.
After some temporary bridge-building, he was selected for the season-opener at
home to Arsenal - where he was instrumental in the dismissal of Gunners
striker, Gervinho.
What proved to be his final outing came in a 1-0 win at the mackems before
signing for
Premier League newcomers QPR and debuting against United.
Another chapter was written in the Barton biography when he was infamously sent
off in the season-closer at Manchester City.
Tangling with Carlos Tevez, he floored Sergio Aguero before attempting to
head-butt Vincent Kompany.
Banned for 12 matches at the start of the 2012/13 season, his QPR seemed
effectively over with no squad number or training ground locker allocated at
the start of the season.
Joining Marseille on a season-long loan, Joey played 30 times for the French
side and boasted of winning a permanent deal there.
However, no agreement was reached and he returned to Loftus Road, featuring for QPR in their first Championship game alongside fellow ex-Magpie Danny Simpson.
September 2013 saw Barton make his first playing return to SJP, donning
black and white again for a Newcastle Legends side who faced AC Milan
Glorie in a charity testimonial for Steve Harper.
Afforded a rousing reception when taking to the field, Barton proceeded to
boost his reputation on Tyneside by making his mark on a certain Milan
player called Di Canio....
Seeing his contract at Loftus Road end at the end of the 2014/15 season with
the R's relegated once more, Joey then trained with West Ham but was unable to
agree a deal.
August 2015 then saw him sign a twelve month deal at Championship side Burnley,
helping the Clarets return to the Premier League before making a slightly
left-field decision to join Glasgow Rangers.
He was suspended by Rangers after an argument with Andy Halliday and left in
November 2016, returning to Burnley.
However, an 18-month ban from football for breaking betting rules cut short
his time at Turf Moor, although he got the ban reduced by five months on
appeal.
PS: we don't have space to list all of Barton's various misdemeanours, court
cases, prison time and community service.
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1893 Woolwich Arsenal (a)
2-2 (0-1)
Division Two
Crate(65),Sorley(2-2)
Shaw(6), Elliott (1-2)
6,000
The first ever league game for Newcastle
United was a 3.30pm kickoff on a Saturday afternoon in
Plumstead.
Scottish pair J. Bowman
and goalkeeper Andrew Ramsay made their sole senior
appearances for United.
Gunners captain Joe Powell said of his side's new Manor
Ground home: It聮s a splendid place, and when we get
all our terraces settled in place of those primitive
erections, the public will agree with me.聰
1895 Hibernian (h)
1-2 (0-1)
Friendly
McKay
Scorers tbc
8,000
1896 Sunderland (h)
2-2 (0-2)
Friendly
Aitken 2
Gillespie,
Campbell
8,000
1899 West Bromwich
Albion (a)
1-1 (0-0)
Division One
Peddie (pen)
Simmons
6,135
Debut for Dave Gardner.
1901 Middlesbrough (a)
1-2 (0-0)
Friendly
Orr
Scorers tbc
8,000
1903 Aston Villa (h)
1-1 (0-0)
Division One
Templeton
Bache
8,000
Debut for Jimmy Howie.
1905 Sunderland (a)
2-3 (1-1)
Division One
Howie(14), Orr(72)
Bridgett(3,48), Gemmell(68)
30,000
First of nine appearances for Harry Hardinge at centre
forward, during which time he only netted once and was
subsequently sold to Sheffield United.
1908 Bradford City (h)
1-0 (0-0)
Division One
Veitch
26,000
The only appearance of Bob Blanthorne, who sadly broke
his leg and never played for United again. Fellow debutant
Jimmy Stewart was rather more successful, netting 53 goals
in 138 first team games.
1908 United's
reserves were at the Victoria Ground, Hartlepool to play
the first match on what had formerly been a rugby pitch
against the newly formed Hartlepools United.
However 'Pools ran out 6-0 winners.
1909 A Newcastle
reserve team travelled to Carlisle and played before a
crowd of 3000 to officially open Brunton Park, winning
2-0.
1911 Bolton Wanderers
(a)
2-0 (1-0)
Division One
Stewart 2
30,000
A debut appearance for Jimmy Hay, the former Celtic
and Scotland Captain. Also making his entrance was Bill
Kelly, who had returned to his native Tyneside after a
spell with Watford.
1912 Bolton Wanderers
(a)
2-1 (1-1)
Division One
McDonald, Rutherford
Vizard
30,000
Scoring debut for John McDonald at outside left, after
his move from Liverpool.
1914 West Bromwich
Albion (h)
1-2 (1-1)
Division One
Hibbert
Bentley, Bookman
15,000
1922
Everton (a)
2-3 (1-3)
Division One
McDonald(1-2),
Harris(2-3),
Irvine(1-0),
Brewster(2-0),
Williams(3-1)
35,000
The Toffees
gained quick revenge for an 2-0 opening day defeat on
Tyneside, although both Bill McCracken and Frank Hudspeth
were missing for United.
1925 Glasgow Rangers (h)
0-2 (0-1)
Friendly
Archibald, Muirhead
10,000
1931 Birmingham (a)
1-4 (0-3)
Division One
Boyd
Briggs 2, Curtis, Bradford
20,000
1933 Leeds United (a)
0-3 (0-1)
Division One
J.Milburn(pen), Cochrane,
Hydes
18,000
The opening goal was a penalty scored by Jack Milburn
from Ashington... but not THE Jackie Milburn - he was only
nine at the time! Christened John, Jack played at
left-back with Leeds alongside his brother George.
1939
Swansea Town (h)
8-1 (2-1)
Division Two
Bowden 3, Pearson 2, Hamilton, Scott, Cairns
Scorer tbc
14,000
The last game of the abortive 1939/40 league season.
Bowden never played football again and his hat trick was
expunged from the records.
1944 Gateshead (h)
3-1 (0-0)
Wartime
Stubbins, Porter, Carr
McCormack
3,320
1950
Portsmouth (a)
0-0 (0-0)
Division One
43,244
1953
Liverpool (h)
4-0 (2-0)
Division One
Keeble, Milburn, Mitchell 2
48,439
1959 Birmingham City (h)
1-0 (0-0)
Division One
White
35,395
1961 Plymouth Argyle (h)
0-2 (0-2)
Division Two
Kirby, Carter
28,235
1967 Stoke City (h) 1-1 (1-1)
Division One
Davies
Mahoney
38,924
1968 Southport (a) 2-0 (1-0)
League Cup 2nd Round
Robson(pen), Sinclair
8,521
An easy passage to the next round was secured at
Haig Avenue.
1969
Sheffield United (a)0-2 (0-2)
League Cup 2nd Round
Woodward, Tudor
22,101
Future Magpie John Tudor scored for The Blades,
as we were eliminated at the first time of asking
for the fifth season out of six.
1970
West Bromwich Albion (a)
2-1 (1-1)
Division One
Dyson(30), og(Wilson)(88)
Astle(15)
25,183
United registered a first away win in fifteen attempts
since the previous December - although they needed a
helping hand from the hosts at the Hawthorns.
1972
Crystal Palace (a)
1-2 (1-1)
Division One
Tudor
Kellard(pen), Wallace
21,749
Mel Blyth's tackle on Tony Green at Selhurst Park saw
the midfielder stretchered off with knee ligament damage
that would sadly curtail his career.
A third successive defeat saw United drop to 15th
place - which proved to be their lowest position of the
season.
The tragic end of Tony
Green's career
1978
Cambridge United (a) 0-0 (0-0)
Division Two
8,174
Bill McGarry handed a debut to full back John Brownlie
as the Magpies made their first ever trip to the humble
surroundings of the Abbey Stadium.
1980
Bury (a)
0-1 (0-1)
League Cup 2nd Round
2nd Leg
(3-3 agg, lost on away goals)
Bradley(32)
4,348
Caretaker boss Joe Harvey suffered the ignominy of an
early League Cup exit on away goals to the Fourth Division
side.
And to make matters worse, three of his former players
were involved for the Shakers - Pat Howard and Keith
Kennedy on the field and Jim Iley in the manager's chair.
1981 A goaless draw at SJP against Bury Reserves
gave Central League watchers an opportunity to see
Australian International trialist George Christopoulos in
action.
He was to return home though, after a protracted saga
failed to secure the necessary work permit.
Christopoulos played for AEK Athens in Greece before
returning to Australia and appearing for South Melbourne
and Canberra Arrows. He also won international 13 caps.
He later owned a bar and music venue in Melbourne and
worked as a player's agent.
1989
Oldham Athletic (h)
2-1 (1-0)
Division Two
Quinn(43,70pen)
Holden(61)
21,092
Mick Quinn (pictured on the programme cover
celebrating his four-goal debut against Leeds) fired in
another two against one of his former clubs, making it
seven goals in his first three games for United.
Youtube
footage is online here
1992
Luton Town (h)
2-0 (2-0)
Division One
Clark(35), Kelly(44)
27,054
Possibly the first real sign of things to come in this
promotion season, with an attacking performance that in
all reality could have seen United hit ten.
Youtube
footage is online here
1999 Bobby Robson
was announced as United's new boss less than a week after
the departure of Gullit. The official site declared:
quot;Robson will
become the fifth Newcastle United manager of the decade
following in the footsteps of Jim Smith, Ossie Ardilles,
Kenny Dalglish and Ruud Gullit. quot;
Ermmm....whatever
happened to that Keegan
bloke then?
2002
Liverpool (a)
2-2 (0-0)
Premiership
Speed(80), Shearer(88)
Hamann(54), Owen(73pen)
43,241
Future and former Magpies netted against us, but Gary
Speed and Alan Shearer salvaged an unlikely point.
Substitute Craig Bellamy made a successful comeback from
injury and laid on Speed's goal.
NUFC.com match
report
2004 Terry
Venables seemed likely to be Sir Bobby's successor as he
was in the North East for talks. It wasn't a popular
choice....
2005 Malaga (Spain)
(a)
0-2 (0-0)
Friendly
Hidalgo(76pen), Cou帽ago(80)
9,750
The
Spaniards won the Costa del Sol Trophy against a United
side containing Academy lads Carl Finnigan, Alan O'Brien,
Liam Atkin, David Edgar, Kris Gate and Paul Huntington.
Perennial reserve Tony Caig was between the posts for a
rare appearance when conceding two second half goals,
while coach Dean Saunders waddled on as a late substitute.
NUFC.com match report
2008
Kevin Keegan walked out on
the club for the second time as his relationship with
Derek Llambias, Dennis Wise, Jeff Vetere and Tony Jimenez
completely broke down.
A
NUFC statement asserted that he had not been sacked and
was still part of the club's future, while an LMA
statement suggested that there was still a chance of
reconciliation.
That proved not to be the case and 12 months on, the two
parties faced each other in a court case that Keegan won.
font
2012
Aston Villa (h)
1-1 (0-1)
Premier League
Ben Arfa(59)
Clark(22)
48,245
Hatem
Ben Arfa's fine strike - the 999th Premier League goal
scored by Newcastle - salvaged a point, with Yohan
Cabaye's free kick in the final seconds close to
securing a barely-deserved victory.
NUFC.com
match report
2013 An eventful
afternoon at Whitley Park ended with Magpies striker
Jonathyn Quinn hitting an eight minute first half treble
for the reserves - but losing 4-5 to West Ham.
Hero for the Hammers was Elliot Lee, the son of former
Magpie Rob Lee and his father was present to see Lee
junior score three times.
NUFC.com
match report
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