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Newcastle midfielder Emre was charged back in 2006/07 after a game v Everton with a similar offence to Jonjo Shelvey, then cleared three months later.
The FA have revealed their decision on Newcastle’s appeal against the red card and three game ban on Vurnon Anita.
People don’t seem quite as comfortable talking about the failings of the Newcastle fans inside St James Park for the defeat by Wolves.
Rafa Benitez views success and adversity in the same professional manner… ‘I’m disappointed but it is something that can happen’.
I think the manager got his team selection wrong against Wolves but then I also thought the same before we beat QPR 6-0 – nobody died, we go again.
The last thing Newcastle need in this Championship season is to see any player giving up on the pitch – totally unacceptable from Ayoze Perez on Saturday.
Interesting comments from Wolves fans on Newcastle defeat: ‘Big shout out to the Newcastle fans after the game. 5 or 6 came and shook my hand in the pub and said well played.’
You learn quickly though as a Newcastle supporter to prepare yourself for disappointment, even when the odds suggest otherwise – opposition work out 3 clear issues Newcastle United have at home.
Rafa Benitez has defended his players against accusations that they got carried away with their six goal thrashing of QPR, saying instead:”The football decisions were wrong”
Newcastle star Christian Atsu has said: “It’s unfortunate that we lost today’s game” but “You cannot deal with the past, you cannot change the past.”
Mike Ashley pulls the plug on Saturday 3pm retro Newcastle United matches online for fans
Newcastle United star unveiled as mystery £19,000 donor to hospital’s virus appeal
We asked fans if Andy Carroll, Joelinton and Allan Saint-Maximin have been successes – Results now in
Liverpool, Spurs and Newcastle United owners are the enemy – Not Premier League players
Looks like Adam Armstrong is on his way back to the top