Newcastle shouldn’t just buy all-British in the summer

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Is such an upheaval at Newcastle really necessary?

Date: 1st May 2014 at 6:46pm
Written by Chris Knight

The latest rumours emanating from Tyneside suggest that Newcastle are considering a change in their much publicised transfer strategy. Reports have linked the Magpies with the likes of Jack Colback, Jonjo Shelvey and Robert Snodgrass as the club are believed to be in pursuit of a predominantly British set of transfer targets. Is the era of Graham Carr's cheap, predominantly French, players really over? And is a wholesale shift in the transfer policy really necessary? After a horrific run of results in the Premier League since the turn of the year, the quality of the squad has been exposed in a number of areas and a fairly substantial level of investment is required in the summer. But with Mike Ashley too busy counting the last few pennies sat in his pocket from the Yohan Cabaye sale, the Toon Army will ... Read More


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