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Newcastle fans discuss DeAndre Yedlin’s display against Oxford

In what has been an injury-disrupted campaign, DeAndre Yedlin will no doubt be fairly frustrated at constantly finding himself on the side-lines after a run of games for Newcastle.

The USA international missed the opening few weeks of this season with a groin strain, before then featuring for the next seven Premier League games in a row – even starting and completing the full 90 minutes six times. Then, a hip injury ruled him out of action once more, and following another return, he missed the last three top-flight matches with a hand injury.

Against Oxford United in the FA Cup fourth round, Yedlin once again made his comeback from a spell away, and whilst Newcastle couldn’t secure a win, they did manage to keep a clean sheet with the American in their back-line.

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After seeing his display, Newcastle fans took to Twitter to voice their thoughts on the 26-year-old, with a few particularly vocal in their criticism of him.

One Magpies fan in particular even called for Yedlin to be moved on from St James’ Park, claiming that it is necessary for them to “push on up the table”.

A couple of fans in particular reacted in exasperation to one specific moment in the game where Yedlin failed to bring a simple ball under control from his teammate.

Whilst Steve Bruce will no doubt be disappointed that they couldn’t get the job done against a League One side at home, he can take one big positive in Yedlin’s return.

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The Magpies could do with some of their injured players making a quick and speedy comeback to first-team action, and the Newcastle boss will be hoping his right-back is the first of many to make their returns.

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