Two More Newcastle Players Back Soon

We are starting to get players coming back from injury, and for the game today Siem de Jong is available after recovering from his collapsed lung, and Jonas Gutierrez is back, after the Argentine had some falling out with interim head coach John Carver before the Tottenham game, and therefore wasn’t even on the bench for that.

Rolando Aarons, Newcastle United

Rolando Aarons – back before the end of the season

And Paul Dummett is back in training and should be available soon, but will not be in the 18 man squad for today’s game.

Rolando Aarons – who has been out since November 1st and has only played five games this season in total, is also coming back from his hamstring problems, according to the head coach.

This is what John Carver has said about Aarons and Dummett:

“We have Rolando Aarons back in full training, and we’ve had Paul Dummett in training with us.” “They will be back in on Monday. Having two or three players back in and around the place has given us a huge boost.

“Dummett will not be on the bench against Swansea.” “Rolando has had one full session with us, so we have to take things carefully.” “But Rolando’s certainly not out for the rest of the season.”

After today’s game against Swansea we only have only four games left in the season,  and it ends four weeks tomorrow with a home game against West Ham, so time is running out for Rolando, who has been out six months with his latest hamstring problems.

But if both young players can return soon then that will certainly strengthen the Newcastle squad, which has been threadbare all year, and our results on the field have shown that.

Comment welcome.

3 comments so far

  • John Tudor

    Apr 25, 2015 at 8:56 AM

    Comment #1

    too little too late get the fcuk out of our club

  • MrMojoRisin76

    Apr 25, 2015 at 9:02 AM

    Comment #2

    Long ball’s to Rivi all game will be the order of the day for JC.

  • Ciaran

    Apr 25, 2015 at 9:06 AM

    Comment #3

    Jesus Christ JC I’m pretty sure you’ve beat that particular drum to death. It doesn’t make any difference. If you think Aarons, Dummy and DeJong are the answer to your ills then you’re even less self-aware of your failings than originally thought.

    For those going to the match today, of course that is your choice, however, as was pointed out, surely the boycott was more against MA’s running of the club, as opposed to the distinct lack of efforts from the team? Or am I wrong? If it’s against MA surely it makes more sense to keep staying away?


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