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Entries Tagged as 'Injuries'

Bad News On Newcastle Injury Front – Pardew Unhappy

September 13th, 2012 · 163 Comments

If the Newcastle Board ever had any doubts that the Newcastle squad is just not big enough, then they will have learned a lesson during the International break, with two of our top players returning crocked, and both will miss a number of games. Tim Krul – out for two or three games

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Tags: Cheick Tiote · Fabricio Coloccini · Injuries · Newcastle News · Tim Krul

Tim Krul Could Still Make Everton Game

September 12th, 2012 · 12 Comments

Good news today that Tim Krul seems to have a chance of making the game at Everton on Monday evening, after he had to withdraw with an elbow injury from the Dutch squad over the weekend. Tim Krul – has chance of making Everton game

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Tags: Injuries · Newcastle News · Tim Krul

Injury Update And 7 Games In 20 Days For Newcastle

September 11th, 2012 · 15 Comments

The news on the injury front today is that Tim Krul may not be too badly injured, and we suppose he may even have a small chance of making the Everton game next Monday night – maybe. Tim Krul – not too seriously injured?

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Tags: Capital One Cup · Europa League · European Competition · Injuries · Newcastle News

Some Good News On Newcastle’s Injury Front

September 10th, 2012 · 135 Comments

It’s been easy for us all to get enmeshed in Newcastle’s injuries this season with Ryan Taylor, Danny Simpson, Cheick Tiote, Fab Coloccini and now Tim Krul all injured in the first three weeks of the season. We need Shola Ameobi back banging in the goals

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Tags: Adam Campbell · Cheick Tiote · Injuries · James Perch · Newcastle News · Sammy Ameobi · Shola Ameobi

Coloccini Returning Home – Could Be Out Four Weeks

September 10th, 2012 · 14 Comments

We should hear some time today just how bad Tim Krul’s elbow injury is, and news today that captain Fabricio Coloccini will be flying home from South America and that he will then be assessed by the Newcastle medics. Coloccini in training early last week at Argentina camp

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Tags: Fabricio Coloccini · Injuries · Newcastle News · Tim Krul

Now Tim Krul Injured On International Duty – Oh No!

September 9th, 2012 · 52 Comments

When is it going to end?   News today that Tim Krul, who disclosed this morning he had been told he is the new Dutch number one, has suffered an elbow injury in training, and is not only out of the Holland game on Tuesday night in Hungary, but will be laid  off for a […]

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Tags: Injuries · International News · Newcastle News · Tim Krul · World Cup 2014

Newcastle Midfielder Could Return For Everton Game

September 7th, 2012 · 7 Comments

Injury problems are mounting for Newcastle but Cheick Tiote, who has been out since the first game of the season against Tottenham, seems to have a good chance to be back for our next game at Everton a week on Monday. Cheick Tiote – in action against Spurs

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Tags: Cheick Tiote · Gael Bigirimana · Injuries · Newcastle News · Vurnon Anita

Newcastle Defender Out Three To Four Weeks

September 6th, 2012 · 65 Comments

We were hoping it would be sooner, but it could also have been much worse, so the news today that Danny Simpson will be out three to four weeks with his hamstring problem is not too bad. Danny Simpson – in action against Atromitos

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Tags: Danny Simpson · Fabricio Coloccini · Injuries

Injuries A Big Problem For Newcastle’s Small Squad

September 6th, 2012 · 119 Comments

The news that Fabricio Coliccini has suffered a muscle strain in his right leg at the Argentine Training camp, and will now miss the game against Paraguay on Friday night was not good news for Newcastle manager Alan Pardew today. Fab Coloccini – injured again in Argentina

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Tags: Fabricio Coloccini · Injuries · International News · Jonas Gutierrez · Newcastle News · World Cup 2014

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