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Rob Elliot updates Newcastle fans on his recovery from injury and when he is scheduled to be back.
With so many other positions desperately needing to be strengthened, it looks to be between Massadio Haidara and Paul Dummett as to who plays on the left.
There is better news on Siem de Jong for Newcastle fans after his surgery for a lung problem.
Curtis Good made a surprise and welcome return after nine months in a behind closed doors game which saw Davide Santon forced off with an injury.
Siem De Jong has had his operation in London and states he will be on crutches for the next six weeks, before he can start his recovery back to fitness.
Newcastle midfielder/defender Ryan Taylor has announced that he is back in full training after two years and ten days.
Alan Pardew has given a Newcastle injury update, with Siem De Jong, Yoan Gouffran and Cheick Tiote all under the spotlight.
National coach Ange Postecoglou has now made a public apology to Newcastle United with regard to previous comments about Curtis Good’s injury problems.
Recent days have seen more encouraging news regarding Papiss Cisse’s recovery and now the player himself has given an update.
Ryan Taylor has sent his Twitter followers a real positive message but which at the same time is also a big reminder of how far he still has to go.
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