This is part three of my player ratings for the season so far. The centre backs are the most controversial today as there are so many of them.
I am going to start with the elegant man. It has been a strange season for Fabian. He has scored two goals this season and, at the start of the season, played relatively fine. However, he has had minor injuries and has been in and out of the squad throughout the season.
Last season, he was arguably our best player. Th
The FIFA 20 ratings have been revealed and whilst players have been talking about their own ratings on social media, I thought I'd go through all of our player ratings (including the players we have out on loan) and what it could mean for them on career mode. The rating difference from FIFA 19 mentions the rating from when the game was released. Martin Dubravka - 80 (+1 from FIFA 19) This is no surprise and it says something that despite turning 30 in January, Martin Dubravka
Following the news that Rafa Benitez is on his way out of Newcastle, I will be reviewing his tenure on Tyneside. This isn't an article I wanted to do now but I will be doing a similar one when Mike Ashley leaves. When Rafa arrived on Tyneside to replace Steve McClaren, the club was on it's knees and sitting 19th despite spending approximately £80m in the two transfer windows. Things didn't start well for the Spaniard though as only one point from his first four games (includi
I'm not going to lie, I really should've done more articles over the season but seeing as there's no articles reviewing the season, I may as well do it myself. It was another difficult summer for us with only around £22.5m spent (not including whatever loan fees we paid for Salomon Rondon and Kenedy), by the time the first pre season game came around, the only new face was Ki Sung-yueng on a free transfer from Swansea whilst Mikel Merino left for Real Sociedad after his £10m
“England are the form side, Portugal are at home and of course have Ronaldo while Dutch football is on the rise. Everyone seems to write us off going into every tournament. But that suits us fine. We are the underdogs who always do well. Everyone seems surprised that we have reached the semi-finals but we did so by beating Belgium, who are one of the best teams in the world right now. So it is logical to think that if you win against the Belgians, you are capable of beating a
There’s an age old adage in football, ‘judge us after 10 games’! This 10 game mark is meant to give an insight as to how a certain team will finish in the league come the end of May. Well we are now 11 games in, and are we any closer to seeing where Newcastle will finish this Premier League season? Let’s be honest, after those first 10 games I was and probably like so many others, worried after those first fixtures. No home wins, 0-0 draws against Cardiff, Palace and Southamp
“It’s really bad news. It is horrible for a player to get an injury so for me it’s not good to play because somebody is injured. It is bad for the club and for him. I hope he recovers fast and comes back. I want to help the team in any way I can. I feel I have quality and experience after my career so far and two World Cups. I have a really good feeling here and that’s what it has been like from the first day. I have been happy with being at the club. The players gave me a go
Over the past 48 hours, Newcastle United have made all the headlines as it looks like up to THREE players could have found themselves a new club in the shape of Newcastle. But why are these transfers just beginning to happen? Here at NewcastleFansTV, I have tried to answer that question. One of these signings has already been confirmed as NUFC completed the signing of Swiss international defender Fabian Schar from Deportivo La Coruna after The Magpies activated his £3 million