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A question of desire…My biggest worry from Friday night was focused on two of our supposed better performers of recent times: Daryl Janmaat and Ayoze Perez.
Daryl Janmaat appears to have taken himself out of the ‘shop window’…”Try and get back in a rhythm, get fit and be ready for Fulham in a couple of weeks.”
Fabricio Coloccini has confirmed his desire to leave Newcastle for San Lorenzo and hints at other established/experienced defenders also leaving this summer.
The Fifa Ultimate Team of the week includes Iniesta, Benzema, Giroud, Pjanic and Higuain alongside one Newcastle star.
Despite various differences of opinion around these parts in terms of which Newcastle players to get rid of and which to keep, I think the one thing all of us agree on now is…
Daryl Janmaat says that the only thing that matters at the moment is the club and getting it back into the Premier League…
An exclusive has been claimed in Italy that three Serie A clubs have an interest in Daryl Janmaat but that one of them has stolen a march with talks already ongoing.
In the absence of Daryl Janmaat, the last four games have seen Newcastle remain unbeaten and pick up eight points, whilst Vurnon Anita grabbed the equaliser against Manchester City and an assist for the Cisse goal at Anfield.
Daryl Janmaat was arguably Newcastle’s player of the year last season but Vurnon Anita has done surprisingly well…so who should play v Aston Villa?
Many fans assumed the pair had simply been left out after proving not fit for purpose, not that they were injured.
Living in Qatar I always supported them in petty feuds but as a Newcastle fan this takeover has been last straw
The main man at The Times sticks up for Newcastle fans – Just look at reaction from fans of other clubs!
Henry Mauriss put in £350m offer for Newcastle United 7 weeks ago yet now ‘Trying to get a deal done’
Amanda Staveley makes contact with Newcastle fans group to discuss PL action over NUFC takeover
Premier League challenged on supporters charter – Why Manchester United treated differently to Newcastle United?