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Newcastle Should Go For Starlet With Magpie Ties


Max Aarons made 41 straight starts for Norwich City after breaking into their first team side in September. He has only just turned 19 this January.

Max Aarons– excellent for Norwich this season

Max is the cousin of current Newcastle player Rolando Aarons, whose injury problems has blighted his once massive potential.

The Canaries will want to keep hold of their young starlet and are keen to offer Max a new contract.

However, the big clubs appear to be circling around the youngster as he is being linked with the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham.

Our former goalkeeper and current Norwich City player Tim Krul is calling on the youngster to stay at Carrow Road and spurn any interest from the big clubs.

Tim’s reasoning is that he would get little playing time at the big clubs. However, Newcastle could be a different scenario for the talented Aarons.

He would be an excellent acquistion depending on the transfer fee. With Newcastle needing to strengthen both full-back postions, we feel Aarons could fit the bill.


42 comments so far

  • ChicagoToon1

    May 24, 2019 at 2:15 PM

    Comment #41

    Ok gents, just got some news that is honest to God true. I know you have no reason to believe me as I’m a new poster but I swear it is true. So back in December I reached out to my grandpa regarding buying out Newcastle. You see he is very good friends and consults with one of the wealthiest men in Taiwan. The man is a multi-billionaire (the Taiwanese man, not my grandpa unfortunately) . Anyways he said he will bring it up next time he flies out there. Which brings us to today. They were meeting up and my Grandpa asked if he would be interested in buying Newcastle. The gentlemen said he has no desire to own a sports team at his age (they are both in the late 80s early 90s). So there you have it folks. Cross one more billionaire off the list of potentials.

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  • Munster Mag

    May 24, 2019 at 3:26 PM

    Comment #42

    Yes jib, jail is boring, stupid and repetitive. Well established fact. No I don’t want moyes ahead of rafa but this blog is so full of thickies that they don’t carefully read what I write, or just jump to the wrong conclusions when they see munster comment on rafa. I’m not sure how often I have said I want rafa here long term, but it mush be 20 times at this stage.

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