Newcastle United Transfers

The Latest Newcastle United FC Transfer News for 2017 – 2018

  • Mon, 24 Sep 2018 23:02:06 +0000: Kevin Keegan: 'No, I'm not going to take a compliment from Mike Ashley' - Newcastle United | The Guardian

    The former England captain shares memories of Bobby Moore and George Best, his regrets about managing Newcastle and England and why if he was a player today he’d like to turn out for Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool

    You can feel the energy as soon as Kevin Keegan walks into the room – barrel chest, big biceps, warm smile, small man, tough handshake. His hair is white these days, the perm long gone, and his belly more rounded, but otherwise he is little changed. Keegan is as passionate and outspoken as he ever was.

    We meet in a hotel in Manchester. It’s funny that he’s written another memoir, he says, because he hates looking back. “I don’t like player reunions because all you get is the lads talking about whatever year you won something. A lot of them are just lost in that. Sir John Hall had a saying: ‘If you live in the past, you die in the past.’ You’ve got to reinvent yourself – try to move on.”

    Newcastle are a real one-off. I don’t know of a club that has been run as badly or with such disregard for people

    Related: The night Kevin Keegan sneaked back into Newcastle in a flat cap and overcoat

    Related: Unbeaten records, crises and shinners – Football Weekly

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  • Mon, 24 Sep 2018 07:31:05 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - Newcastle United | The Guardian

    Ramsey needs to discover his inner Lampard, Shaqiri deserved more time and Traoré has become a specialist substitute

    Related: Unai Emery’s system beats out a dull rhythm that fails to entrance | Jacob Steinberg

    Related: The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

    Related: Record-breaking Jorginho the beating heart of Chelsea’s mangled midfield | Barney Ronay

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  • Sun, 23 Sep 2018 19:14:42 +0000: The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos - Newcastle United | The Guardian

    Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight

    The Dozen archive

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  • Sat, 22 Sep 2018 16:27:05 +0000: Liverpool 3-0 Southampton, Man Utd 1-1 Wolves and more: clockwatch – as it happened - Newcastle United | The Guardian

    There were comfortable wins for Manchester City, Liverpool and Burnley, but Manchester United were held at home by Wolves in front of Sir Alex Ferguson

    And with that, I’m off. It’s been a blast. Bye!

    Maybe Mike Ashley should show up a bit more often? On the day that Kevin Keegan revealed he is no longer welcome at St James’s Park after falling out with Newcastle United’s detested owner, it was just like the Sports Direct chief executive to attend his first match for almost 18 months on a damp and dreary day in southeast London. He was treated to a backs-to-the-wall performance that earned Rafa Benítez’s side only their second point of the season but also laid bare the challenge facing their beleaguered manager this season.

    More from Selhurst Park:

    Related: Palace frustrated after Mamadou Sakho fluffs chance to sink Newcastle

    Jürgen Klopp admits that his decision to take off the outstanding Xherdan Shaqiri at half-time was tactical –

    The result is really cool. The performance could have been better but it’s clear. We made some changes and it cost us. We changed the system, and without training it’s always difficult. The changes were obviously good because Shaq was influential and Matip as well, but organisation-wise we had a lot of problems. This is why we changed back to a system we are used to, so we controlled the game in the second half. I’ve never got a player off who was not injured after a performance like he had in the first half, but it’s all good. He had a real impact, so good to see. The performance was good – what I didn’t like was my fault.

    Efficiency is always commendable but, in a football context at least, it pays the greatest dividends when combined with cold-blooded ruthlessness. If there can be no doubt that Middlesbrough have the first part of that equation sorted their final ball has a nasty habit of letting them down.

    More on Middlesbrough’s goalless draw with Swansea at the Riverside:

    Related: Middlesbrough lack cold-blooded ruthlessness in stalemate with Swansea

    Sir Alex Ferguson was back where he belongs – at Old Trafford – for a first time since recovering from a brain haemorrhage to witness a disappointing draw from a Manchester United who failed to turn dominance into three points.

    More from Old Trafford:

    Related: Wolves frustrate Manchester United on Sir Alex Ferguson’s return

    Leicester recovered from a dire start to run out emphatic winners here. Huddersfield glimpsed a first league win of the season when Mathias Jørgensen swept them into the lead in the fifth minute, but the home side soon drew level thanks to Kelechi Iheanacho, before sealing victory in the second half through goals by the former England striker Jamie Vardy and the excellent James Maddison, a 21-year-old who will become a prized part of England’s future if he continues to perform as he has done for Leicester this season.

    More from the King Power Stadium:

    Related: James Maddison leads Leicester to victory over struggling Huddersfield

    Manchester City laid on an attacking masterclass as they extinguished any concerns of a European hangover to blow away Cardiff City in style with five magnificent goals, as Pep Guardiola’s side strolled to victory in south Wales. A breathtaking away performance left the hosts exasperated, with Sergio Agüero opening the scoring on his 300th appearance for City, before goals from Bernardo Silva, Ilkay Gündogan and a double by Riyad Mahrez, his first goals for the club since his £60m move from Leicester City, completed the rout.

    More from Cardiff City Stadium:

    Related: Riyad Mahrez brace caps five-star Manchester City’s rout of Cardiff

    A funny thing happened when Burnley took the lead in a league game for the first time this season. Within another couple of minutes they had a second, a much-needed first victory was on the way and suddenly high-flying Bournemouth were the ones looking quizzically at each other after being caught in possession or passing to opponents.

    More from Turf Moor:

    Related: Ashley Barnes double seals thumping Burnley win over Bournemouth

    As Jürgen Klopp is fond of telling it takes greed, aggression, talent and a phenomenal work-rate to execute his gameplan, yet Liverpool are making victories look routine. His team returned to the top of the Premier Leaguewith a sixth straight win, their eighth in all competitions this season, as Southampton were dispatched with ease at Anfield.

    More from Anfield:

    Related: Mohamed Salah strikes as Liverpool cruise to victory over Southampton

    It would be remiss to let this blog pass without mention of Chas Hodges, who died earlier today aged 74. Many years ago I was at this match to see a fine musician and a great football fan rock White Hart Lane at half-time. Happy memories …

    Related: Chas Hodges, an appreciation: 'one of the most significant English folk musicians'

    I’ll have some match reports for you very shortly, but in the meantime Rob Smyth is all over the build-up to Brighton v Spurs:

    Related: Brighton v Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League — live!

    Oh my goodness, I’ve just seen Sakho’s miss for Crystal Palace today. Un. Be. Lievable.

    Peeeep peeeep! it’s Manchester United 1-1 Wolves, Liverpool 3-0 Southampton and Leicester 3-1 Huddersfield!

    Peeeeep! Burnley have smashed Bournemouth 4-0, and Manchester City have thumped Cardiff 5-0. Meanwhile Crystal Palace and Newcastle have drawn 0-0.

    Stoke City, who were 3-0 down a minute after half-time at home to Blackburn, get a penalty to equalise in the last minute – and Berahino hits the bar!

    Sterling is dispossessed inside Cardiff’s penalty area and Ecuele Manga takes the ball, turns, collects himself and then passes straight to Mahrez on the edge of the area, who stylishly accepts the gift.

    Burnley break, passing Lennon into space down the right. He runs downfield and pulls back to Barnes, whose first-time shot flies low and hard inside the far post!

    Aha. I felt sure there must be a reasonable explanation.

    @Simon_Burnton re: the McGinn picture, it seems to be making fun of his slightly less than flattering FIFA picture.

    Crewe have conceded the first goal in the A500 derby, and given that in every one of their league games this season a team has scored nil, that might be enough to win it for Port Vale. Crewe are an odd team – they’ve failed to score in five of their seven league games before today, and in the other two they’ve scored nine.

    Lennon scampers down the left and crosses to Gudmundsson, whose shot hits a defender, bobbles onto the post and rebounds to leave Barnes with an open goal!

    “Yep, Klopp needs to sort out the Fabinho situation immediately,” concurs Ronan Fitzgerald, “Liverpool’s season is in total freefall.” Fair point.

    Forest Green seem set to extend their unbeaten record, and with a rare win as well.

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    The teams are in for the late Premier League kick-off, and here they are:

    Brighton: Ryan, Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bong, Stephens, Knockaert, Propper, Bissouma, March, Murray. Subs: Kayal, Locadia, Andone, Balogun, Jahanbakhsh, Button, Bernardo.
    Tottenham Hotspur: Gazzaniga, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Dembele, Lucas Moura, Eriksen, Son, Kane. Subs: Sanchez, Winks, Lamela, Wanyama, Alli, Aurier, Whiteman.
    Referee: Chris Kavanagh.

    Huddersfield give the ball away just inside Leicester’s half and Vardy is immediately on his way. Gray sees the run and plays the pass and Vardy is just too quick, racing into the box and chipping over the keeper!

    “Seriously, what is wrong between Klopp and Fabinho?” harumphs Rick McGahey. Klopp has brought on two of the three midfielders he had on the bench today – the other two, Milner and Keita.

    A chance for United, as Shaw hangs a cross from the left towards the back post, and Fellaini heads hard and low but straight at the keeper – he should probably have sent it back across goal.

    A low cross from the left and a tap-in in the middle for Mahrez, who came on for Aguero a few minutes ago!

    Leicester win a free kick 25 yards out, and Maddison whips it over the wall and dips it down again. It’s nowhere near the corner, and Lossl gets a hand on it, but he can’t keep it out!

    Van Dijk doesn’t appear to be seriously injured: after going into the dressing room for assessment he has just taken a seat on the bench.

    Apparently it was an excellent goal. But what exactly is this?


    WHAT. A. STRIKE!!@jmcginn7 with a volleyed screamer that bounces in off the crossbar. We're level!#PartOfThePride #AVFC

    Manchester United, in search of a winner against Wolves, take off Fred and Sanchez and bring on Martial and Mata.

    Portsmouth have equalised against Wycombe, so the unbeaten record might be safe after all.

    And another Sané miss! This time he wins a free kick on the right, picks himself up, trots into the area and from Gundogan’s cross he misses a straightforward header!

    Manchester City should have had a fourth! The ball comes in from the right, pings around in the middle and then drops to Sané, to the right of goal but in oceans of space and six yards out, but he hurries his shot, which goes nowhere near goal.

    Van Dijk is at least able to walk off, rubbing his ribs a little gingerly.

    Another injury, this time at Anfield: Van Dijk is on the turf and looking uncomfortable, and Gomez is going to come on.

    Another lovely goal! A low cross from the right finds Jimenez, but with his back to goal he passes back to Moutinho on the edge of the area, and his first-time shot finds the top corner!

    Jazz Richards, seriously injured in the FA Cup game against Manchester City last season, comes on for Cardiff.

    Peltier is being strapped to a stretcher. It’s taken four minutes to treat him and he’s still on the pitch, so expect significant stoppage time.

    There’s a long delay at Cardiff while Lee Peltier receives treatment for an injury. It’s serious enough to end his game prematurely, with a substitute being readied.

    That free-kick was Shaqiri’s last contribution to Liverpool’s game today – after two assists he’s off at half-time, and Milner is on.

    Second halves are under way!

    The 12 League Two matches currently in progress have seen a total of four first-half goals, with no more than one in any single game.

    Glancing down the divisions, Portsmouth’s unbeaten record is under extreme threat: they’re 1-0 down at home to Wycombe at the break.

    This seems an admirably grown-up way of dealing with a clumsy tackle, and a fine use of social media by both players:

    These things happen bro no hard feelings good battle best of luck for the rest of the season

    … and relax! It’s half time.

    Obviously it’s Southampton, not Sunderland, who are playing Liverpool today. Sunderland lodged their name in my brain by repeatedly scoring, you see – they’re 3-0 up against Rochdale.

    As Shaqiri prepares to take a free kick, 35 yards out, Salah comes over and has an extended word in his ear. Presumably he was telling him to hit a spectacular curling, dipping shot against the underside of the crossbar which would bounce down on the line and allow him to tap in, because that’s what happened!

    Ouch! That is a horrible challenge from Ralls on Gundogan, ludicrously high and terribly late, but he somehow gets away with a booking.

    That is a beauty! Gundogan, well outside the area, plays the ball to Sterling on its edge, gets it back again and then curls a delicious shot into the top corner!

    Ooooh! Southampton have a chance and fluff it, allowing Liverpool to break. It ends with Salah taking the ball into the area, spinning and attempting a backheel cross-goal flicked finish which ends up rolling just wide!

    Garry Monk is doing a job on his former side – Birmingham are 2-0 up at Leeds, who have been forced into a first-half tactical substitution as Marcelo Bielsa attempts to stem the tide.

    And another! A cross from the right misses its intended target in the middle, but Lennon is ghosting into the area behind Vokes, entirely untracked, and he slides the ball back across goal and in!

    Matej Vydra, making his first league start for Burnley, has tapped the ball in from a couple of yards to put his team ahead!

    The match at Barnsley has now been called off. Best wishes to everyone involved.

    Due to the circumstances the match has been postponed.

    Barnsley Football Club will look to provide further update when appropriate to do so.

    It has been announced here at Oakwell that, due to a medical emergency, today's game between Barnsley and Burton Albion has been postponed.

    It goes without saying, but all our thoughts are with those affected.

    And that’s two! Sané takes a corner from the right, plays a one-two and crosses to Bernardo Silva who, facing away from goal, crouches to flick it on towards the far post. Judging by his laughter in the celebrations, and for that matter by common sense, he wasn’t trying to score, but that’s certainly what happened as the ball looped into the net!

    Now the champions do take the lead! They break and the ball is passed to Bernardo Silva on the right of the area, who slides it across to Aguero, who curls it first-time inside the post!

    No news on when or indeed if the game at Oakwell is going to get under way. There’s a helicopter on the pitch at present:

    Never seen this before - air ambulance at #Oakwell. Someone collapsed shortly before what should have been kick off. Medical staff doing a fantastic job. #Barnsley v #Burton

    What a miss! A defensive header bounces to Gundogan on the edge of the area, and he takes a fine first touch, brings the ball past the penalty spot, and then with the goal at his mercy sidefoots high!

    Not bad, Gervinho. Not at all bad. He’s made it 2-0 for Parma against Cagliari – and how!


    But then from the corner Matip, at the far post but some way from goal, guides a lovely header into the net!

    Salah is played through by Firmino against Southampton, but he’s denied by a fantastic last-ditch challenge by Cedric …

    This is bonkers. Huddersfield have a corner, and when it’s cleared to the edge of the area a couple of defenders rush forward from halfway in an attempt to win the bouncing ball. They don’t, and when Vardy escapes with it there is absolutely nobody but the goalkeeper between him and goal. He pokes through to Iheanacho, who looked just about level, and he races through and pokes into the far corner!

    After nearly 20 minutes on the back foot Manchester United take the lead, Fred shooting low and with admirable precision from the edge of the area, nicely teed up by Pogba!

    Another chance for Wolves at Old Trafford, meanwhile, as a corner is headed over the bar from a good position.

    Emergency medical treatment is being given to someone at the side of the Oakwell pitch, hence the delay. This doesn’t look good.

    Something seems to have gone extremely wrong at Oakwell... There is someone with screens in front of them at the moment. Kick off has been delayed #barnsleyfc

    A late kick-off postponement at Barnsley:

    | We're out and on the pitch, Oakwell is ready! #COYR

    Kick-off has been delayed at Oakwell.

    Wesley Hoedt has stuck the ball in his own onion bag! It’s a corner from the left, which comes out of the penalty area, is worked back to Shaqiri on the left and his right-footed cross hits one defender, bounces into another defender, and bobbles over the line!

    Wolves have started brilliantly at Old Trafford, and have just forced David de Gea into a smart low stop, as Jimenez spins and shoots from the corner of the six-yard box.

    In the fifth minute, huddersfield take the lead! It’s a long throw from the right, flicked on at the near post and stabbed in by Zanka six yards out!

    3pm: And they’re off!

    The players are out, and busily shaking hands.

    Ten minutes until kick-off, and I’m wagering this dressing-room isn’t looking quite so neat any more.

    Some spelling issues here:

    S Q A U D

    It’s finished Fulham 1-1 Watford at Craven Cottage, a fine advert for Premier League football etc and so forth. Now, on with the show.

    Headlines include a first Premier League start for Liverpool for Xherdan Shaqiri, who replaces James Milner. Jürgen Klopp also brings in Roberto Firmino and Joel Matip in place of Daniel Sturridge and Joe Gomez.

    Here’s all the team news ahead of the 3pm Premier League kick-offs:

    Burnley v Bournemouth
    Burnley: Hart, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Lennon, Westwood, Cork, Gudmundsson, Vydra, Vokes. Subs: Heaton, Barnes, Wood, Hendrick, Bardsley, Long, McNeil.
    Bournemouth: Begovic, Smith, Steve Cook, Ake, Rico, Brooks, Surman, Lerma, Fraser, King, Wilson. Subs: Boruc, Francis, Ibe, Lewis Cook, Defoe, Stanislas, Mings.
    Referee: Anthony Taylor.

    With any luck all the teams due to kick off at 3pm will have arrived at their destination by now, some with more kit than others.

    One face in a Premier League crowd will be particularly welcome today: Sir Alex Ferguson is back at Old Trafford for the first time since he underwent emergency brain surgery in May. He’s given an interview to MUTV:

    I’m really good. Obviously it’s been a long journey and I’m gradually making steps forward, doing what my son tells me and what the doctors tell me so, yeah, I’m really good. I’m a bit nervous, to be honest with you, maybe a bit tense really because I think my last game was Arsenal back in April. It was a long time but it’s great to be back and I just hope we get a win today.

    It’s great to go back to the stadium and it’s going to be quite emotional for me when the game starts, things like that. It had to happen some time and I’ve been looking forward to it. The important thing was getting the right time and the right rest before coming to a game. It’s bound to be emotional. Particularly when I take my seat in the box. That will be something, you know. I’ll be glad when it gets over and the game starts and I can enjoy it.

    The ongoing Fulham v Watford match is super, action-packed, lung-busting entertainment. Rob Smyth has the latest:

    Related: Fulham v Watford: Premier League – live!

    Hello world!

    So, without unnecessary faff and filibuster, may I present to you this afternoon’s fixtures in the top four English divisions:

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  • Sat, 22 Sep 2018 16:22:58 +0000: Mike Ashley booed by Newcastle fans as Crystal Palace fluff chances for victory - Newcastle United | The Guardian

    Maybe Mike Ashley should show up a bit more often? Although on this evidence it is easy to see why he stays away.

    On the day that Kevin Keegan revealed he is no longer welcome at St James’ Park after falling out with Newcastle’s widely detested owner, it was just like the Sports Direct chief executive to attend his first game for almost 18 months on a damp and dreary day in south-east London that reflected the levels of entertainment on display.

    Related: James Maddison leads Leicester to victory over struggling Huddersfield

    Related: Aleksandar Mitrovic keeps up hot streak as Fulham and Watford share points

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Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

  • Wed, 28 Jun 2017 15:26:51 +0000: Ex-England midfielder Parker retires - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC
    Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
  • Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:04:10 +0000: Taxman's football raid 'may be unlawful' - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC
    HMRC officers seized documents from Newcastle United as part of a tax fraud investigation.
  • Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:53:36 +0000: Newcastle keeper Sels joins Anderlecht - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC
    Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels joins Belgian champions Anderlecht on a season-long loan.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
  • Tue, 13 Jun 2017 15:35:31 +0000: Cisse leads tributes at Tiote memorial - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC
    Papiss Cisse leads the tributes at a memorial for former Newcastle team-mate Cheick Tiote, who died after collapsing in training in China.

Newcastle United have been the focus of much speculation in recent weeks in regards of new additions to the squad with many household names being linked with the north east club. Manager Alan Pardew has been scouring the football world for players to add to his team who can bring as much to the table for Newcastle as last years signings Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse did last season as they were two of the most influential signings the club has made for several years.

The biggest story this summer for Newcastle is their desire to bring back Andy Carroll to St James Park as the former Newcastle striker has found it extremely hard to find his feet at Anfield and it is widely believed that new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers sees no future for the huge striker in his plans to take Liverpool back to the top of the division. Liverpool however have stated so far that they have received no offers for Carroll but have also failed to state if they would entertain any for him as he cost the Merseysiders thirty five million pounds less than two seasons ago which they would fail to recoup if they in fact did decide to sell their misfiring striker.

One of the top targets for Pardew this season looks to be FC Twente defender Douglas as the club are believed to have just tabled a bid of around four million pounds for the services of the Brazilian player. Douglas has recently stated that he wishes to search for pastures new after completing a couple of seasons for the Belgian side and it looks highly likely that he will be plying his trade in the premier league next season for Newcastle as long as they can complete the deal successfully.

Another player who Newcastle are keen on signing from Fc Twente is the Dutch player Luuk De Jong although it looks highly unlikely that Pardew will be able to bring the player to St James Park as he is seemingly on his way to German side Borussia Monchengladbach. A deal is yet to be signed by the Dutch international yet the hope of bringing him to the north east for the start of next season is dwindling day by day but there is still hope for Pardew until the player signs on the dotted line.

French international Mathieu Debuchy looks all set to complete a move to Newcastle after the player who is currently at Lille has stated that it is his priority to play in the premier league next season and his preferred destination right now is Newcastle. This will be like music to Newcastle fans ears as the defender is extremely well thought of around Europe and can offer a great boost of experience and skill to the Magpies defence.

Want away Blackburn player Junior Hoilett is another player who is on Pardews radar is the striker is all set to leave the championship side with it looking more than likely he will be heading off to Germany with Borussia Monchegladbach. Pardew though still holds hope he can persuade the striker to turn his attentions to Tyneside but this is looking more unlikely each day.

Newcastle Game Results

Newcastle Game Results for the 2016 – 2017 Season

  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Newcastle United 3-0 Barnsley Sun 7 May
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Cardiff City 0-2 Newcastle United Fri 28 Apr
Championship Newcastle United 4-1 Preston North End Mon 24 Apr
Championship Ipswich Town 3-1 Newcastle United Mon 17 Apr
Championship Newcastle United 1-1 Leeds United Fri 14 Apr
Championship Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Newcastle United Sat 8 Apr
Championship Newcastle United 1-0 Burton Albion Wed 5 Apr
Championship Newcastle United 2-1 Wigan Athletic Sat 1 Apr
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Birmingham City 0-0 Newcastle United Sat 18 Mar
Championship Newcastle United 1-3 Fulham Sat 11 Mar
Championship Reading 0-0 Newcastle United Tue 7 Mar
Championship Huddersfield Town 1-3 Newcastle United Sat 4 Mar
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Brighton & Hove Albion 1-2 Newcastle United Tue 28 Feb
Championship Newcastle United 2-2 Bristol City Sat 25 Feb
Championship Newcastle United 2-0 Aston Villa Mon 20 Feb
Championship Norwich City 2-2 Newcastle United Tue 14 Feb
Championship Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Newcastle United Sat 11 Feb
Championship Newcastle United 1-0 Derby County Sat 4 Feb
Championship Newcastle United 2-2 Queens Park Rangers Wed 1 Feb
  Competition Fixture Date
FA Cup – Fourth Round Oxford United 3-0 Newcastle United Sat 28 Jan
Championship Newcastle United 4-0 Rotherham United Sat 21 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Newcastle United 3-1 Birmingham City Wed 18 Jan
Championship Brentford 1-2 Newcastle United Sat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Birmingham City 1-1 Newcastle United Sat 7 Jan
Championship Blackburn Rovers 1-0 Newcastle United Mon 2 Jan
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Newcastle United 3-1 Nottingham Forest Fri 30 Dec
Championship Newcastle United 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday Mon 26 Dec
Championship Burton Albion 1-2 Newcastle United Sat 17 Dec
Championship Wigan Athletic 0-2 Newcastle United Wed 14 Dec
Championship Newcastle United 4-0 Birmingham City Sat 10 Dec
Championship Nottingham Forest 2-1 Newcastle United Fri 2 Dec
  Competition Fixture Date
EFL Cup – Quarter-Final Hull City 1-1 Newcastle United Tue 29 Nov
Hull City win 3-1 on penalties
Championship Newcastle United 0-1 Blackburn Rovers Sat 26 Nov
Championship Leeds United 0-2 Newcastle United Sun 20 Nov
Championship Newcastle United 2-1 Cardiff City Sat 5 Nov
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Preston North End 1-2 Newcastle United Sat 29 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth Round Newcastle United 6-0 Preston North End Tue 25 Oct
Championship Newcastle United 3-0 Ipswich Town Sat 22 Oct
Championship Barnsley 0-2 Newcastle United Tue 18 Oct
Championship Newcastle United 3-1 Brentford Sat 15 Oct
Championship Rotherham United 0-1 Newcastle United Sat 1 Oct
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Newcastle United 4-3 Norwich City Wed 28 Sep
Championship Aston Villa 1-1 Newcastle United Sat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round Newcastle United 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Tue 20 Sep
Championship Newcastle United 0-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers Sat 17 Sep
Championship Queens Park Rangers 0-6 Newcastle United Tue 13 Sep
Championship Derby County 0-2 Newcastle United Sat 10 Sep
  Competition Fixture Date
Championship Newcastle United 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion Sat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second Round Newcastle United 2-0 Cheltenham Town Tue 23 Aug
Championship Bristol City 0-1 Newcastle United Sat 20 Aug
Championship Newcastle United 4-1 Reading Wed 17 Aug
Championship Newcastle United 1-2 Huddersfield Town Sat 13 Aug
Championship Fulham 1-0 Newcastle United

Newcastle Games Fixtures

Newcastle United Game Fixtures 2016 – 2017

The Season has now ended for Newcastle – Who have been crowned Champions for the 2016 – 2017 Season

We will be publishing the Summer friendly games as well as the 2017 – 2018 season fixtures as soon as they are published.

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