Newcastle’s signings will power them to a top 8 finish

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The simple mission for Newcastle United to follow

Date: 6th February 2013 at 11:15am
Written by Thomas Hallett

Mike Ashley has stood by his manager and facilitated the arrival of five new first-team players to St James’ Park this January. But Newcastle aren’t out of the woods yet. While it’s always exciting to see a wave of new names through the door ... Read More

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  • Tom Jones
    1 year ago

    Sissoko looks like a real quality player. Is sure to fire Newcastle into a top half finish.

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  • nick.schnell
    1 year ago

    All of their additions will help the club in the future. But Newcastle faces three top 10 teams in their next four matches with Tottenham, Swansea, and Stoke coming up.

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  • kevinkammien
    1 year ago

    Smart signings will bring Newcastle into 8th, but no higher. Newcastle now need solid coaching to bring it all together next season, not so sure Pardew’s that man.

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