Outstanding Newcastle Player Makes Premier League Team Of The Week


Jamaal Lascelles’ outstanding game for Newcastle at Swansea on Sunday afternoon has got him on most of the Premier League teams of the Week being announced.

He makes the Star’s Team of the Week and maybe he will have been noticed by England manager Gareth Southgate.

That performance was England class and all Jamaal is trying to do at Newcastle is to improve his game and get better and better under the guidance of manager Rafa Benitez.

Jamaal Lascelles celebrates after scoring winner at Swansea

Jamaal is now starting to fulfill the tremendous promise he had when he was younger and was often invited to attend the England training sessions.

Here is the Star’s Premier League Team of the Week.

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3 comments so far

  • catchy in norway

    Sep 12, 2017 at 9:00 AM

    Comment #1

    come on man, give it a rest, when he puts in games like this week after week, then you can call him outstanding, until then you can say he had an outstanding game if you like. even then i think its pushing the term to its extreme, he had his best game for us, but IMO the best player was Merino, he bossed the MF. Swansea hardly attacked, so Lascelles didnt have that much todo over 90 mins,

    outstanding for me is when Tim Krul single handedly won us the match V spurs.

    like i said it was his best game for us, and credit to him for it.

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  • Mag52

    Sep 12, 2017 at 9:06 AM

    Comment #2

    Lined up in a team alongside Kane, Kane, and de Bruyne, must give our man huge confidence to put this sort of performance in week in, week out.
    Central defence for the finals in Russia, providing we get there, is very much still up for grabs.

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  • Mag52

    Sep 12, 2017 at 9:15 AM

    Comment #3

    Regarding the previous topic, the January window, best not to raise our hopes of doing any decent business in that window.
    It’s always a tough one, with players well over priced anyway. That, plus Ashley’s reluctance to spend, unless we’re facing relegation in January, means that any expectations we might have will almost certainly be crushed.

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