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Tuesday morning has seen Ki-Sung-yeung confirmed at a new club. An announcement from Real Mallorca that they have signed the midfielder until the end of the season. It was almost…
Ki Sung-yeung is on his way to Spain. Earlier this week (see below) we brought you the news that the former Newcastle midfielder was in talks to sign for SD…
Ki Sung-yeung has left Newcastle United on transfer deadline day (31 January 2020) but instead of transferring to another club, he came to an agreement with NUFC to bring his…
Ki Sung-yeung has left Newcastle United. The South Korean midfield hasn’t though found another club as yet. Instead, he has come to an agreement with NUFC to bring his contract…
There has been a report put together by Wales Online on the host of players who ended up leaving after Swansea were relegated last season. The report questioning whether those…
In a letter to his FA, Newcastle midfielder Ki Sung-yeung has announced his international retirement.
Official update on Ki Sung-yeung injury, Newcastle United confirm he is back on Tyneside.
Asian Cup is over for Ki Sung-yeung, yet another injury problem in midfield for Rafa Benitez.
Tuesday morning brings an update on the hamstring injury suffered by Newcastle’s Ki Sung-yeung in South Korea’s opening Asian Cup match.
Ki Sung-yeung lasted 58 minutes of his opening Asian Cup game, before going off with a suspected hamstring injury – not good news for Rafa.
John Barnes verdict on whether Allan Saint-Maximin is set to join ‘big six’ club
Referee who was part of worst ever Newcastle blunder decision now promoted to Premier League
Alan Shearer names two players who have to start for England v Czech Republic
Newcastle United dream ended for this local lad after White Hart Lane experience
June published Government figures show NUFC furlough money Mike Ashley is still claiming