Newcastle United Transfers

The Latest Newcastle United FC Transfer News for 2021- 2022

  • Wed, 22 Jun 2022 17:46:16 +0000: Transfer latest: Minamino poised to join Monaco, Pope heading to Newcastle - Newcastle United | The Guardian
    • Manchester United in talks for Watford keeper Bachmann
    • Derby teenager Malcolm Ebiowei agrees to join Crystal Palace

    Takumi Minamino is poised to leave Liverpool for Monaco after the clubs agreed a fee of €15m (£12.9m) plus up to €3m in add-ons for the Japan forward.

    Minamino has accepted personal terms on a five-year deal and provided he passes a medical his Liverpool stay will end after two and a half years.

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  • Wed, 15 Jun 2022 13:58:05 +0000: Nottingham Forest want Manchester United’s Dean Henderson on loan - Newcastle United | The Guardian
    • Talks held over loan with option to buy keeper for about £20m
    • West Ham concerned by Newcastle interest in Alphonse Areola

    Nottingham Forest have opened talks with Manchester United with a view to signing Dean Henderson on loan with the option to buy the goalkeeper for about £20m.

    Points of negotiation include whether an arrangement can be reached over Henderson’s salary. The 25-year-old keeper played only three times last season – once each in the Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup – as David de Gea held down the No 1 spot.

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  • Sun, 12 Jun 2022 05:30:39 +0000: The Observer view on Saudi Arabia’s ‘rebel’ golf tournament | Observer editorial - Newcastle United | The Guardian
    The brutal regime has got sportswashing down to a tee, and the west is more than willing to be its caddie

    Not everyone wants to watch a bunch of fading stars wearing tasteless checked trousers knock a little white object around a golf course. Strange, too, that Saudi Arabia is paying “rebel” players to do so in a breakaway tournament, given its dislike of dissidents of every stripe. Yet in this arena, as in so many others, the public interest has not been considered. That’s par for the course for the anti-democratic regime of the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.

    First reports from last week’s inaugural round of the Saudi-funded LIV golf tournament in Hertfordshire suggest there is a long way to go before it matches the thrills and huge audiences of the US Masters and the Open. But modest beginnings did not prevent the PGA Tour, organiser of the men’s professional game in North America, banning 17 LIV competitors for daring to take the Saudi shilling.

    Do you have an opinion on the issues raised in this article? If you would like to submit a letter of up to 250 words to be considered for publication, email it to us at observer.letters@observer.co.uk

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  • Thu, 02 Jun 2022 14:15:18 +0000: Newcastle agree initial £25.6m deal to buy striker Hugo Ekitike from Reims - Newcastle United | The Guardian
    • Rüdiger ‘super excited’ after completing Real Madrid move
    • Lyon hopeful of landing Arsenal striker Lacazette on free

    Newcastle are closing in on the signing of the striker Hugo Ekitike after Reims accepted an offer of €30m (£25.6m) plus up to €5m in add-ons. A deal for a player they first targeted in January will go through if Ekitike gives final approval to the five-year contract on offer. He has indicated a willingness to accept the terms.

    Borussia Dortmund are also keen on Ekitike, who turns 20 this month, after selling Erling Haaland to Manchester City but Newcastle have been pushing to close a deal for months.

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  • Mon, 30 May 2022 17:49:08 +0000: Newcastle finally strike deal with Brighton for Dan Ashworth to join club - Newcastle United | The Guardian
    • Ashworth to take sporting director role at St James’ Park
    • He quit Brighton in February with compensation now agreed

    Dan Ashworth is to become Newcastle’s sporting director after the club finally got their man. Amanda Staveley’s 80% Saudi-backed consortium identified the former Football Association technical director as a key figure when they completed their takeover last October but have had to remain patient.

    On 7 February Ashworth resigned from a similar role at Brighton, who confirmed he had done so to take up a position at another Premier League club, but they insisted he would see out “an extended period of gardening leave” in line with his contract.

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Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

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

May-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipNewcastle United 3-0 BarnsleySun 7 May
Apr-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipCardiff City 0-2 Newcastle UnitedFri 28 Apr
ChampionshipNewcastle United 4-1 Preston North EndMon 24 Apr
ChampionshipIpswich Town 3-1 Newcastle UnitedMon 17 Apr
ChampionshipNewcastle United 1-1 Leeds UnitedFri 14 Apr
ChampionshipSheffield Wednesday 2-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 8 Apr
ChampionshipNewcastle United 1-0 Burton AlbionWed 5 Apr
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-1 Wigan AthleticSat 1 Apr
Mar-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipBirmingham City 0-0 Newcastle UnitedSat 18 Mar
ChampionshipNewcastle United 1-3 FulhamSat 11 Mar
ChampionshipReading 0-0 Newcastle UnitedTue 7 Mar
ChampionshipHuddersfield Town 1-3 Newcastle UnitedSat 4 Mar
Feb-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipBrighton & Hove Albion 1-2 Newcastle UnitedTue 28 Feb
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-2 Bristol CitySat 25 Feb
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-0 Aston VillaMon 20 Feb
ChampionshipNorwich City 2-2 Newcastle UnitedTue 14 Feb
ChampionshipWolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 11 Feb
ChampionshipNewcastle United 1-0 Derby CountySat 4 Feb
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-2 Queens Park RangersWed 1 Feb
Jan-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
FA Cup – Fourth RoundOxford United 3-0 Newcastle UnitedSat 28 Jan
ChampionshipNewcastle United 4-0 Rotherham UnitedSat 21 Jan
FA Cup – Third RoundNewcastle United 3-1 Birmingham CityWed 18 Jan
ChampionshipBrentford 1-2 Newcastle UnitedSat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third RoundBirmingham City 1-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 7 Jan
ChampionshipBlackburn Rovers 1-0 Newcastle UnitedMon 2 Jan
Dec-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipNewcastle United 3-1 Nottingham ForestFri 30 Dec
ChampionshipNewcastle United 0-1 Sheffield WednesdayMon 26 Dec
ChampionshipBurton Albion 1-2 Newcastle UnitedSat 17 Dec
ChampionshipWigan Athletic 0-2 Newcastle UnitedWed 14 Dec
ChampionshipNewcastle United 4-0 Birmingham CitySat 10 Dec
ChampionshipNottingham Forest 2-1 Newcastle UnitedFri 2 Dec
Nov-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
EFL Cup – Quarter-FinalHull City 1-1 Newcastle UnitedTue 29 Nov
Hull City win 3-1 on penalties
ChampionshipNewcastle United 0-1 Blackburn RoversSat 26 Nov
ChampionshipLeeds United 0-2 Newcastle UnitedSun 20 Nov
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-1 Cardiff CitySat 5 Nov
Oct-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipPreston North End 1-2 Newcastle UnitedSat 29 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth RoundNewcastle United 6-0 Preston North EndTue 25 Oct
ChampionshipNewcastle United 3-0 Ipswich TownSat 22 Oct
ChampionshipBarnsley 0-2 Newcastle UnitedTue 18 Oct
ChampionshipNewcastle United 3-1 BrentfordSat 15 Oct
ChampionshipRotherham United 0-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 1 Oct
Sep-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipNewcastle United 4-3 Norwich CityWed 28 Sep
ChampionshipAston Villa 1-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third RoundNewcastle United 2-0 Wolverhampton WanderersTue 20 Sep
ChampionshipNewcastle United 0-2 Wolverhampton WanderersSat 17 Sep
ChampionshipQueens Park Rangers 0-6 Newcastle UnitedTue 13 Sep
ChampionshipDerby County 0-2 Newcastle UnitedSat 10 Sep
Aug-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
ChampionshipNewcastle United 2-0 Brighton & Hove AlbionSat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second RoundNewcastle United 2-0 Cheltenham TownTue 23 Aug
ChampionshipBristol City 0-1 Newcastle UnitedSat 20 Aug
ChampionshipNewcastle United 4-1 ReadingWed 17 Aug
ChampionshipNewcastle United 1-2 Huddersfield TownSat 13 Aug
ChampionshipFulham 1-0 Newcastle United

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Sven Botman to become Newcastle's third summer signing in £32m deal from Lille
CRAIG HOPE: Botman arrived on Tyneside on Monday afternoon to complete his medical after the Magpies agreed terms with Lille over the weekend.

Premier League: Leeds 'join Newcastle and Napoli in the race for Strasbourg defender Gerzino Nyamsi'
The 6ft 5in defender impressed for the Ligue 1 side last year, who finished sixth in the French top flight, narrowly missing out on the European qualification spots.

Newcastle have offer of £31million plus add-ons accepted for Lille defender Sven Botman
The Dutch international has been their prime target this window but they faced stern competition from AC Milan. Lille want to accept Newcastle's offer of around £31million plus add-ons.

Erik ten Hag 'looks set to miss out on his first signing after Lyon bid £12m for left-back Tyrell'
The Ligue 1 side submitted a £12million bid for Malacia, stealing a march on United and their Premier League rivals Newcastle, who were thought to be the two leaders in the race.

Free agent Andy Carroll in talks with Belgian champions Bruges
Former Liverpool and West Ham striker Andy Carroll is in talks over a move to Belgium's Club Brugge. The 33-year old has flown to Belgium.

Newcastle CONFIRM the signing of England goalkeeper Nick Pope on a four-year deal
Pope has enjoyed six years at Turf Moor and established himself as a highly-rated shot stopper in the Premier League, but always looked likely to move on after the Clarets were relegated.

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Newcastle Latest News for the 2021 – 2022 Football Season


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.

Newcastle United FC

Newcastle United Football Club was Established  in 1892 and the Football Club Nickname is The Magpies.

A Brief History of Newcastle United Football Club

Newcastle United has a long history dating back to 1892. It is the ninth most successful football club in England. If you like a football club with tradition, you must be a fan of Newcastle United. Newcastle United is one of those English clubs that spent most of their time playing in the first division football league.  The club has played 88 seasons in England’s top league from 1898–1934, 1948–61, 1965–78, 1984–89, 1993–2009, 2010–2016, and 2017–present. The club has a huge fan base not only in the UK but all over the world.

In 1892, two local Tyneside clubs, Newcastle East End FC and Newcastle West End FC, decided to form a big football club representing the city. The merger of the two clubs thus laid the foundation for the Newcastle United Club. Because there was now only one senior club in Newcastle for fans to support, this boosted the development of the new club. In 1892, Newcastle United’s request to participate in the Football League’s First Division was refused.  But the club was invited to play in the second Division. However they refused the offer and participated in the Northern League.

In 1893-94, Newcastle United participated in the Second Division Football League. In 1895, Frank Watt became new secretary of the club which brought some positive changes in the club and played an important role in the club’s promotion to the First Division Football league in 1898-99. The first season in the league was not so impressive, and they finished thirteenth on the table.

Early Success of Newcastle United

In 1903, Frank Watt reorganized the club and formed an energetic squad of players.  Which dominated English Football for over a decade. The squad was known for their team-work, quick and short passing during the game. Newcastle hired some of the best local and international football players in the world including:

Albert Shepherd, Peter McWilliam, Jimmy Lawrence, Andy Aitken, Bill McCracken, Colin Veitch, Jimmy Howie, and Jackie Rutherford.

Newcastle United’s 1900s team was so strong that Peter McWilliam once claimed that his 1900s team could beat any modern team.  Even if the opposing team started with a two-goal lead. Newcastle United dominated the First Division football league in the 1900s. From 1900 to 1910 the decade is known as the glory era of Newcastle United, the club won its first League title in 1904-05 season, and also reached the FA Cup final in the same year, but was defeated by Aston Villa.

Newcastle United also won two consecutive First Division football League titles in 1906-07 and 1908-09. The club also reached the FA Cup final in 1906, but they were beaten by Everton. Newcastle Inited again reached the FA Cup final in 1908, but were again beaten by Wolves. The club finally won the FA Cup title in 1910 against Barnsley. We update a dedicated area for the latest Newcastle United Football News.

Interwar Success

In 1914, all Football matches were stopped due to World War I. After World War I in 1920, Newcastle United signed Stan Seymour for a fee of £2,500. He was a great addition in the club, he scored 9 goals in 30 games, and helped Newcastle United to finish 5th in the league. Newcastle United won the FA Cup title for the second time in 1924 after beating Aston Villa by 2-0 in the final. Stan Seymour scored four goals in the FA Cup matches including a crucial goal in the final.

In 1925, Newcastle United signed Hughie Gallacher for £6,500. He made a huge impact in the club, and scored 23 goals in 19 games in his first season. Gallacher helped Newcastle to win their fourth First Division football league title in 1926-27 by scoring 36 goals in 38 league matches. In 1930, Newcastle hired Andy Cunningham as club’s Manager, the team was not so impressive under Andy’s management, and couldn’t perform well in the league, but Andy guided the club to win their third FA Cup title in 1931-32.

Later, Newcastle’s performance began to decline. In the 1933-34 season, the club finished 21st in the league and was relegated to the Second Division. Despite the team’s poor performance, Andy Cunningham remained the club’s manager, but was replaced by Tom Mather after being ranked 6th in the first season of the Second Division League.

Post-War Period

After World War II, George Martin was hired as the new manager in 1947. Newcastle United spent two years in the Second division after World War II. George Martin made some changings in the squad and switched Jackie Milburn to the center Forward position. Milburn was known for his rapid pace and had killer shot in both feet. Newcastle bounced back and qualified again for the First Division Football league in 1948.

Later on, Newcastle won three more FA Cup titles in 1951, 1952 and 1955. The club became famous as the Cup specialist in the UK. The Magpies players became famous all over the UK, some of the big names of that time were Jackie Milburn, Bobby Mitchell, Ivor Allchurch, Jimmy Scoular, Ivor Broadis, Frank Brennan, and Len White.

Downfall of the Club

After the 1955 FA Cup victory, the Newcastle squad began to break up. Scottish center half Frank Brennan left the club in March 1956 after a disagreement with the club’s management. In September 1957, George Hannah also left Newcastle to join Lincoln City. Bobby Cowell announced his retirement after a severe injury in 1955. Goalkeeper Ronnie Simpson suffered a muscle injury and could not play for two seasons, he was eventually sold to Glasgow Celtic in October 1960.

Many other key players, including Jimmy Schuler, Vic Keeble, Bobby Mitchell and Bob Stokoe, also left Newcastle United in the 1960s. The departure of such a large number of players had a devastating effect on Newcastle United’s performance. Newcastle United has become a very unpredictable team, the club again relegated to the Second Division Football League in 1961. The Club’s ex captain Joe Harvey was hired as new manager in 1962, he revitalized the club by purchasing quality players. In 1965, Newcastle was promoted to the First Division.

Qualification for the European Competition

In the 1967-68 season, Newcastle United excelled in the Football League and qualified for the European competition for the first time. The club qualified for the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, a European football competition played between 1955 and 1971. The competition was originally organized by FIFA, but in 1971 it came under the management of UEFA and was renamed the UEFA Cup.

Newcastle United’s performance in the competition was exceptional. They beat Portuguese club Vitoria de Setubal in the Quarterfinal by 6 – 4 aggregate. They gave a hard time to British rivals Rangers FC and defeated them in the Semifinal by 2 – 0 aggregate. In the final, Newcastle faced Hungarian club Ujpest FC and beat them by 6 – 2 aggregate. Newcastle United stunned everyone as they qualified for the competition for the first time and lifted the cup.

Premier League Era

Newcastle United couldn’t show an impressive performance in the 1977-78 season and were relegated to the Second Division. After playing six consecutive seasons in the Second Division, the Magpies were promoted to the First Division. In 1988-89, Newcastle United finished last on the table, and again relegated to the Second Division. It was a difficult time at the club, with manager McFaul leaving the post due to public pressure. In 1992, Sir John Hall hired Kevin Keegan as the club’s new manager. He led the team to win the 1992-93 season and helped the club advance to the Premier League.

The team hit the jackpot by signing big names such as David Ginola and Alan Shearer, He was instrumental in reclaiming the club’s form. In the mid-1990s, Newcastle United became a side that was capable of defeating big teams. The club played attacking football under Keegan management, they beat Manchester United by 5 – 0 in the 1995-96 season, and finished second in the league table. Keegan resigned from the manager position in January 1997. After Keegan, Kenny Dalglish took over the charge as manager, and maintained the club’s performance. United again finished second in the league in the following season.

Newcastle United reached the FA Cup final twice in a row in 1998 and 1999. In the 1997-98 FA Cup, Newcastle beat Sheffield United 1-0 in the semi-finals, but lost the final to Arsenal 0-2. In 1998-99, Newcastle faced Manchester United, but lost again in the final 0-2. It was a great disappointment for the team not to be able to win a trophy despite playing so well. Most recent relegation of Newcastle United to the Second Division happened in 2016, but they won English Football League in the following season, and earned a promotion back to the Premier League. We have some interesting new publications such as the Football24-7 Football Injuries research findings as well as the F24-7 Championship Football Predictions of 2021.

Interesting Facts about Newcastle United

  • In the beginning Newcastle United used to wear red striped shirts and white shorts as their home color, but after a few years, they switched to the black and white stripes as we all know.
  • Newcastle United used to wear shirts with the logo of City of Newcastle upon Tyne coat-of-arms having three castles and sea horses on both sides, but in 1988, the club changed the logo but the main idea of the logo is still the same.
  • Club’s home ground St James Park is one of the oldest football stadiums in the UK. It was built in 1885, and the club started playing in the stadium in 1892.
  • Football legend Alan Shearer holds the record for the most goals scored by a Newcastle player, he scored 206 goals in 405 matches. Shearer also holds a record for the most goals scored by a player in a single game, he scored 5 goals.
  • Scottish player Jimmy Lawrence has the record for the most appearances for Newcastle United. He played 496 matches for the club between 1904 and 1922.
  • Newcastle United also holds a joint record with Stockport for the highest goals scored by the team in a single match. In 1946, they defeated Newport County in the Second Division league by 13 – 0.
  • The club also holds the record for most draw games in a single season. Newcastle played 17 draw games in the 2003-04 season of the Premier League.
  • Tyne-Wear Derby which takes place between Newcastle United and Sunderland, is one of the most followed derbies in the English football.

Newcastle United FC Honours List

Newcastle United has won 17 different trophies including four Premier League titles. Below is the complete detail of major trophies and titles won by Newcastle United FC.

4 Premier League / First Division Football League titles – Newcastle United has not won a Premier League title yet, but the club has won four First Division football league titles including, 1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, and 1926–27.

6 FA Cup – The Magpies have won 6 FA Cup titles. In the 1950s, the club became famous as the Cup specialist in the UK by winning three FA Cup titles. The club won the FA Cup in 1909–10, 1923–24, 1931–32, 1950–51, 1951–52, and 1954–55.

FA Community/Charity Shield – Newcastle United has won only one FA Community Shield title in 1909.

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup – the club qualified for a European competition for the first time in 1968, and stunned everyone by winning the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in the following season in 1968–69.

UEFA Intertoto Cup – the most recent club title is UEFA Intertoto Cup also known as International Football Cup. They won the title in 2006

Other Club Facts

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