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With the Manchester City match postponed due to their League Cup final appearance, combined with Newcastle’s early withdrawal from both cups, it could mean that Mbemba misses only one more game.
After 25 matches of the season you would hope even Steve McClaren has realised how to play against the weaker teams, home and away.
Newcastle’s young stars conceded eight against the blue scousers, giving a combined score of Newcastle 0 Everton 11 within 72 hours.
McClaren has championed his signing and he showed us what he can do when he bossed the game against the Hammers…
Daryl Janmaat says that Newcastle have to play in a similar style to what they did against West Ham and attack West Brom from the kick-off.
Steve McClaren: “We were always in the game but 2 penalties in the last 2 minutes just killed the scoreline and put a bad reflection on it.”
Read these classic post-match comments from Everton fans…”I’m actually in shock at how bad Newcastle were.”
Steve McClaren: “In the last third of the season Newcastle United can really go for it.”
Rather than getting in the best people to run it, we are instead left with puppets such as Charnley and McClaren to do Mike Ashley’s bidding.
Wednesday night’s match against Everton at Goodison Park was played like, what should be, a resignation letter from Steve McClaren.
2 Newcastle United players have contracts extended, 1 definitely leaving, 3 waiting – Report
When it comes to alarm bells about future of Allan Saint-Maximin this interview in France said it all
Fabian Schar red card – Newcastle United appealed and now independent panel verdict
Brendan Rodgers ‘interesting’ comments on Steve Bruce have now been fact checked
Steve Bruce ever decreasing targets “My aim is still to get near to the points we got last year”