Newcastle Player Makes Jamie Redknapp’s Team Of The Week

Jamaal Lascelles excellent performance for Newcastle yesterday has been noticed, and he makes Jamie Redknapp’s Premier League’s Team of the Week.

The other player who was outstanding for us yesterday was Spanish U21 International Mikel Merino who put in another strong performance in central midfield, and the lad is keeping Jonjo Shelvey on the bench.

We expect Mikel to be recognized by the national press sooner rather than later.

And it seems we have an obligation to buy him for £6M after he’s made 20 first team appearances for Newcastle – according to GOAL.

The sooner we can do that the better.

Jamaal Lascelles – makes Team of the Week

Congratulations to both our players on two excellent performances yesterday.

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    Sep 11, 2017 at 3:09 PM

    Comment #161

    dont often agree with articles in the mag but thought their article on motd was spot on.watched match on download from sky wich i had to keep reducing and then increasing as picture froze.thought the motd coverage was abysmal they showed sanchez passing the ball to his own player twice and merino fouling and diving but not how well he played or how bad sanchez was. having watched the falcons and yesterdays match i think referees are biased against us geordies as everything 50/50 went against us.

  • lochinvar

    Sep 11, 2017 at 4:08 PM

    Comment #162

    Chancel – if Mitro had done what Sanchez did then it was a red. It the ref had missed it the FA would have a field day . It must have been deliberate as the ball was in the air to be headed .
    It certainly wasn’t an off the ball incident.

  • lochinvar

    Sep 11, 2017 at 4:15 PM

    Comment #163

    1949BH – see the point but maybe it’s because there’s more of us to provoke a response and because we care.
    The Journos don’t want to get out of bed for the prawn sandwich brigade at other smaller clubs who are football tourists not fans. Once they’ve seen a match at the Wet Spam stadium or Chelski and ticked their what to do with my life box they’re off to try something else like baking cakes and certainly won’t even read or see pundits comments because they’ve no interest.
    Not that there’s anything wrong with baking cakes but every Saturday, come on.

  • levithefish

    Sep 11, 2017 at 8:30 PM

    Comment #164

    Consistency of refereeing this season is appalling, Chancel Mbemba bleeding from face after a high foot from Tommy’s Smith (Huddersfield) not even a booking! Media coverage doesn’t even give it a mention, Yet this week they jump all over Ritchie saying he’s a lucky boy!

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