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Are Newcastle Still Interested In 21-Year-Old Striker?

Newcastle were reportedly interested in CSKA Moscow striker Fedor Chalov this summer. According to Craig Hope with the Daily Mail, Newcastle looked at the 21-year-old but were put off by the fee he would command and didn’t follow up on their initial interest.

Crystal Palace also were keen on the Russian and tried to land Chalov at the end of the summer window. However, they were unable to pry him from his hometown club who rejected their £23m bid.

Earlier this week, Newcastle were linked with having a long-standing interest in RB Leipzig striker Yussuf Poulsen. Poulsen, at 25, has blossomed into a star in the Bundesliga. He would most likely command a fee to rival what Newcastle paid Hoffenheim for record-signing Joelinton.

Fedor Chalov– rising star in Russia

We wonder if Newcastle still have an interest in Chalov whose fee would likely be in the £25-30m range.

Chalov is an excellent finisher but also is an astute passer of the ball. He creates a lot of chances for his teammates. While he is not very good in the air like Poulsen is, Newcastle already have Joelinton who has been very impressive with aerial duels this season.

Chalov has scored 4 goals with 3 assists in his 12 appearances this season. Last season, he scored 17 goals and added 7 assists. We think he has the potential to be a striker of real quality. If Newcastle are actually willing to splash the cash for a new striker, we would prefer they go for Chalov over Yussuf Poulsen.

Here is the goal Chalov scored this weekend against Krasnodar which is where former Newcastle midfielder Remy Cabella currently plays.

7 comments so far

  • geordietom

    Sep 26, 2019 at 5:54 PM

    Comment #1

    😉 😎 😀

  • geordietom

    Sep 26, 2019 at 5:55 PM

    Comment #2

    genji …

    seeing your about remember when you said your lass had so much of her uterus took away , just thought i’d let you know wor has has had 5 op’s on her’s they cant do any more . she was told yesterday after having her check up that she’s got to have a hysterectomy . just hope it doesn’t get that far with your lass mate …

    not football related but who cares f..k it …

  • toon22

    Sep 26, 2019 at 5:56 PM

    Comment #3


    We all live in hope aye ?
    That nowt ever happens to Jabba

    Massive toon fan obviously

  • Jib

    Sep 26, 2019 at 6:27 PM

    Comment #4

    The spotty student from Hemel Hempstead who has never been to Newcastle
    is starting to get to grips with things though:-

    He used “divvent” the other day (spelled it incorrectly but made the effort)

    and just above he’s used “aye”

    there’s clearly an opening for a brilliant young impersonator like toon22 awaiting him at MI5

    (or maybe MFI)

  • geordietom

    Sep 26, 2019 at 7:19 PM

    Comment #5

    jib …# 4

    who would of thought that…

    hadaway and shite …


  • geordietom

    Sep 26, 2019 at 7:21 PM

    Comment #6

    Cognate with Geordie (English dialect) divint.

  • geordietom

    Sep 26, 2019 at 7:25 PM

    Comment #7

    more geordie words…

    Alfie = To inform an authority about somebody’s actions; also known as “a grass”
    A’narrrh = I know
    Bar = A basic unit of charver currency, the equivalent to a full English pound
    Barry = Good looking
    Belta = Used for expressing how good something is
    Bizzies = Police officers also known as the poliss
    Bucket = Household or outdoor implement part filled with water providing tabless charvers with a simple method of getting their tits on an intake of tac or skunk
    Chaw = To steal
    Chiv = Knife or blade
    Clivva = Cleaver
    Couple-on = To leave someone two blars on a cigarette
    Cowie = A pill, usually ecstasy
    Crib = Where a charver sleeps; “Am gan to me crib”
    Cush = Cool charvers also say cushty
    Dain’t = Don’t charvers also say divin’t?
    Doiler or Dooley = Idiot
    Eeenaaar = Female charver “hav yee gorra tab?” – “eeenaaar”
    Fit / doer = Good looking
    Fog = First
    Fog-on = Polite request to finish someone else’s cigarette or joint
    Frisking = To joke “a was anly frisking man”
    Geet = Has its own personal meaning; charvers understand this between them
    Git = To exaggerate “yor git thick yee like”
    Graft = On one’s way to steal something
    Grief = To give somebody hassle or to insult them
    Heed the Baal = To head the ball or another word for a lunatic
    Hew = Can also be pronounced “how”
    Hoisty = Stolen vehicle
    Hoo man = Excuse me
    Hor = Her
    Hotching = Stinking
    Hoy = Hey you “hoy man”
    Hoy = To throw something “hoy it arriz”
    Hoy = To go out on the piss “am gan on the hoy; r yee comin?”
    Kapper slapper = A female charver can also be called charveresse or a Sharon
    Keep toot = To act as a look out
    Ken = Charvers home also called yem
    Knaa = I know, “a knaa”
    Ladgeful = Used to express how bad something is “she’s ladgeful hor like”
    Lowie = Money
    Lush = Lovely or nice
    Mar = Mother
    Mazzies = Temazipan a prescription drug which when mixed with alcohol will mong out a charver
    Mental Mental Chicken Oriental = Used as an expression for something or somebody who is mad
    Meth = Calling somebody to be a meth (tramp) or methin (trampy)
    Minging = Smelly
    Mint = Good, “that’s mint that is”
    Minted = Loaded
    Mission/Mish = To be goin’ somewhere
    Monday Book = Child allowance
    Monged = Off one’s head usually due to drink or drugs
    Mullered = Drunk
    Mortal = Very drunk
    MOT = Good lookin’
    Mug = A foolish person
    Narrh = Can either mean “no” or “know”
    Nash = To move swiftly or to get away from the bizzies or one’s enemies
    Ned = Glaswegian charver
    Ney Botha = No problem
    Nippa = Partly smoked cigarette worn behind the ear
    N’that = etc. or can be used instead of a full stop in any sentence
    Numpty = Not a very bright person
    Offie = Off license, a place of worship for charvs to purchase alcohol cigarettes and sometimes separates
    Pasty baby = Child of a female charver so called because of all the crumbs and mess around them off their staple diet
    Peeve = Alcohol
    Puar = From the english word pure
    Radgie = also another word for a charver
    Rockies / ports = Rockport shoes
    Scran = Food, also called munch
    Shan = Not very good
    Sharon = Female of the charver species
    Skankin’ = Foul-smelling/Bad/Stinking
    Skitzy = Mental person also a paranoid person who can go skitzy off the effect of drugs usually cowie’s
    Skwark = High pitched vocalisation made by a Sharon
    Snide = Counterfeit or false
    Snout = A cigarette
    Sound as a pound = Sound
    Spacka boot = Platform shoe or pathetic footwear
    Spark = To hit someone
    Tac = A smokeable narcotic of dubious strength; you can also get skunk
    Tatie = Potato or thick person
    TWOC = Taken Without Owners Consent, usually used when going to steal a car or bike
    Waxa = See belta
    Whitey / cheese = Temporary illness due to too much intake of alcohol or drugs which usually makes them throw up
    Why aye chicken pie = Indication of agreement
    Well Aye = Charvas say this when they dont believe something some one has told them
    Wor kid = “Our kid” But usually used to greet someone “alreet wor kid”
    Wrecked = Off one’s head due to drugs


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