GEN00109_Newcastle_United_New_StripNot exactly highest on our list of priorities at the moment but Newcastle United will be bringing out new kits in the coming weeks/months.

In recent years the team have often worn the new strip on the day of our last home match with the strip going on sale to punters around that time as well.

With the new sponsor’s name going on, fans will be interested to see both how the new strips will look and what effect the negative policy surrounding Wonga has on the sales of the new strips.

With the likely release of the new home strip only weeks away, an image has surfaced on the internet with claims of being the new strip.

It is black and white and has Wonga on so that ticks a couple of boxes, plus the Puma logo of course.

Whether it does turn out to bear any relation to when the new strip is unveiled, we’ll have to wait and see.

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15 comments
jD Sports
jD Sports

So in hindsight, was Ashley's decision to sell Carroll a good one?


Michael Maximus Moose
Michael Maximus Moose

People seem to forget the Shearer was out for 6 months at Blackburn & nearly a Full season at the Toon,

He was Andys age & then had no more serious injuries

mentalman
mentalman

When Carroll allegedly fell off the bar stool and injured himself just before we sold him I was told by a physio that the injury he suffered would ruin his career and medical staff told the club this and that was a factor in the sale (obviously there was 36 million others to) looks like the physio was right.

As others have said I'd take him but there would need to be clauses in his contract about pay as play or only paying a percentage of his wage when he's injured

It'd all depend how desperate he is to come back

NufcToon
NufcToon

Should be claiming incapacity benefit he's that much of a crock

The Adelphi
The Adelphi

For Andy Carroll read Duncan Ferguson. The similarities are uncanny in every sense of the word. Enough said in my opinion

stepaylor
stepaylor

great player when fit but nobody surely would take that much of a gamble on him again. On his day is worth the money five times over but on his day is less than ten times a season. Its a shame because i would love to see him leading the line for us again. he is obviously a good player and a toon fan but would have to let the head rule the heart on this one

Conman
Conman

In hindsight, we were lucky to offload him and get the money.

Why would anyone buy him now. Big wages and very injury prone.

Jarra MIck
Jarra MIck

Conman what was that? WE were lucky to get the money! I didn't see any of it did you? nor did the club it went straight in tubby's Sky rocket. Having said that Ashley would be a fool to risk buying Carroll and he's many things but not a fool when it comes to the green folding stuff.

Larry Adler
Larry Adler

Ashley wouldn't pay £95,000 per week wages for messi, never mind crock Carroll. I wouldn't go anywhere near him.

Paul Patterson
Paul Patterson

I would be mortified if went anywhere near him.

It was probably the best business ever done in the transfer market and I don't want the crock at the club anyway.

1957
1957

He was injured when he left us and seems to have spent most of the time since injured.

We can't afford to buy another player with an injury record like Michael Owen or as unfortunate as some of his problems have been Siem de Jong. In a club where austerity isn't the driving force it might be ok but not here.

toonfifer
toonfifer

I would have him back in a heartbeat.


£6 Million and put him on a pay as you play contract with a goal bonus. 


On his day he is unplayable and an ideal partner with Perez feeding off the knock ons and De Jong playing the Nolan role.


Get Andros Townsend on the other side with Colback and Veretout in a 4-2-3-1 formation

stepaylor
stepaylor

@toonfifer yes but im not sure he would agree to a pay as you play contract, would be great though

NicholasDryden
NicholasDryden

thank god, 1 reason is enough, like saylor he is a perma-crock.