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Newcastle’s ‘Dream XI’ to face Manchester City on Sunday

Date: 13th August 2014 at 7:59pm
Written by Christy Malyan

We at Football Fancast are understandably all very excited about the 2014/15 Premier League campaign officially kicking off this weekend. And whilst Saturday will host Manchester United's first game under Louis van Gaal as well as Tottenham's visit to West Ham (amongst other very enticing fixtures), Sunday sees Newcastle take on reigning champions Manchester City. Thus, as our excitement materialises in the form of writing articles, FFC have conjured up this 'Dream Xi' for the Toon taking on the Citizens this weekend, combining new signings, the best performers from last season and potential acquisitions Alan Pardew's side could make before the weekend. GOALKEEPER - TIM KRUL Despite being linked with a move to AC Milan for much of last season... Tim Krul could leave Newcastle to become new AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf's first signing http://t.co/GBedQTz3S8— Metro Sport (@Metro_Sport) January 16, 2014 ... it appears Newcastle will hold onto their No.1 Tim Krul this summer. And it's a good job too. Not only did the Netherlands international prove himself to be a proficient penalty taker at the World Cup... But he also earned Newcastle a multitude of valuable points last season, most notably against Tottenham Hotspur: RIGHT BACK - DARYL JANMAAT Another Oranje star that makes a poignant statement of the impressive quality in the Newcastle starting XI. Following an impressive World Cup campaign, the stats of which are viewable below: ...Newcastle wasted no time this summer in securing the services for former Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat in a £5million deal, following Mathieu Debuchy's exit to Arsenal. The 25 year-old looks a good find - solid defensively, incredibly physical but capable of also contributing going forward - and is ... Read More

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