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Fulham fans discuss Rafa Benitez, Salomon Rondon and whether to take £40m for Aleksandar Mitrovic
Whatever Happened To… Hugo Viana?
Fundraising campaign kicks off to help Newcastle United fans arrested at Bournemouth
Why Mike Ashley will never be wanted despite this latest signing
Yoshinori Muto signing was perfect example of flawed Mike Ashley transfer ‘strategy’
The only Newcastle United transfer claims that are wider of the mark than Andy Carroll, are surely the latest Ashley Cole ones.
Ashley Cole turned down a last day move to Newcastle United according to the Italian press this Wednesday morning.
The left-back position looked by far Newcastle’s weakest position against Southampton and in Ashley Cole, we could have the perfect short-term solution.
Daily rubbish Newcastle transfer news service, featuring all the players Newcastle United are ‘buying’: Current total 67 with 72 days to go.
A Newcastle transfer story that would only make sense if you thought that Mike Ashley would behave in exactly the opposite way to how you’d expect.
Could the answer to Mike Ashley’s dreams be this free transfer 11 of players released by their clubs this summer?
How on earth England have allowed Ashley Cole to keep playing after calling his bosses ‘Tw*ts’, in the most public way possible, is anybody’s guess.
On a club level, Newcastle United have been relatively lucky in terms of the players and social media, once Joey Barton was shown the door anyway…
The only thing I disagree with Shearer about is the one match ban. I would kick Ashley Cole out of the England squad for good, the same as with John Terry if he hadn’t jumped first.
Former top referee rules on Bournemouth v Newcastle controversial incident
Mike Ashley puts new offer to Rafa Benitez in writing – Report
Journalist slaughtered by Newcastle fans after ridiculous criticism of Rafa Benitez team selections
Salomon Rondon £50m valuation is a ‘little’ over the top