Newcastle United will be off for a summer break to Spain after we have played a tough game at Wolves on Monday night.
Hopefully, we can get something out of that game against an in-form Wolves side who have done very well in their first season back in the Premier League.
It looks like the Newcastle squad will fly to Spain immediately following the game at Molineux.
Newcastle will be out there for five full days and will play Russian Premier League side CSKA Moscow on Saturday, February 16.
Miguel Almiron at his press conference yesterday
The game will be at the Pinatar Arena with a noontime local kickoff time.
It will give a chance for our two new players to integrate with the squad and whatever happens at Wolves our next two games are must-win games at home to Huddersfield and Burnley.
If we can win those two games, it will be an enormous step to being safe this season and maybe even have Rafa stay on as the Newcastle manager.
Here’s the schedule:
Mon 11 Feb Wolves vs Newcastle 8:00pm Sat 23 Feb Newcastle vs Huddersfield 3:00pm Wed 27 Feb Newcastle vs Burnley 8:00pm Sat 02 Mar West Ham vs Newcastle 5:30pm Sat 09 Mar Newcastle vs Everton 3:00pm Sat 16 Mar Bournemouth vs Newcastle 3:00pm Mon 01 Apr Arsenal vs Newcastle 8:00pm
Fans are excited at the news Miguel Almiron has joined us at last, after Rafa has wanted him since the summer of 2017.
And let’s hope he can have an immediate impact.
Miguel said all the right things in his press conference yesterday and if this lad is as good as we think he is he could become an immediate fan favorite.
We hope that’s exactly what happens.