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Who Was Newcastle’s Player Of The Month For September?


Earlier this month, our readers selected Fabian Schar as the player of the month for August. He narrowly edged out Isaac Hayden by two votes in that poll.

September gave Newcastle fans very little to cheer about in the three matches. The lads amassed just one point and only scored 1 goal as the team now sit firmly in the relegation zone.

We did get to see a phenomenal goal from Jetro Willems and an unbelievable goalline clearance from Fabian Schar. The Brighton match also provided us with the return of Andy Carroll. Other than that, there was little to celebrate.

We have put out our poll for the player of the month for September. The poll is limited to only those players who did well in the individual polls for each of the three matches. From those polls, the following five players are up for our player of the month for September:

Christian Atsu

  • Atsu started all three games in September and had an assist on the Jetro Willems goal at Liverpool. He has been one of the few consistent performers in what has been three very disappointing results.

Paul Dummett

  • Dummett put in a respectable performance against Liverpool in which he was second in the poll for best player. He also had a decent game against Brighton in which the defense was under constant pressure. However, he struggled at left-back on Sunday at Leicester City and had his worst outing of the season by far.

Issac Hayden

  • Hayden has also been a consistent performer this year. Though the midfield was overrun in the three matches last month. Hayden was under constant duress but was always running and trying to make a difference. His tackle on Dennis Praet, though, was reckless and took Newcastle out of the game.

Fabian Schar

  • Fabian has been a shining light for Newcastle this season. He won both player of the match polls for Brighton and Leicester City. His goalline clearance against Brighton was a sublime bit of play. Schar also easily led the way with the most total votes from the three September polls.

Jetro Willems

  • Willems was our lone goal scorer last month. His right-footed blast at Liverpool gave Newcastle a surprise early lead. He also won the best player poll in that game. Jetro struggled though against Brighton before being replaced for Andy Carroll. He also missed out on the Leicester City debacle with a knee problem.

 

 

Who Was Newcastle's Player Of The Month For September?

  • Fabian Schar (65%, 383 )
  • Christian Atsu (13%, 78 )
  • Paul Dummett (12%, 70 )
  • Jetro Willems (5%, 31 )
  • Isaac Hayden (5%, 28 )

Total Voters: 590

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13 comments so far

  • martoon

    Oct 2, 2019 at 10:51 AM

    Comment #1

    I don’t want to influence people but I think there’s only 1 obvious candidate – the best of a bad bunch!

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  • AncientC

    Oct 2, 2019 at 10:54 AM

    Comment #2

    Wasn’t DubaiMicky asked about what was happening with the sale when these Kenyon rumours were once again fresh.

    And Micky (without an ‘e’ he will have you know) confirmed there was still firm interest.

    Aww, shucks, Micky, tell us another rumour from your circle of friends. Yuck yuck.

    4
  • ronaldo aarons

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:20 AM

    Comment #3
  • Assassins Inc

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:25 AM

    Comment #4

    Honestly, I don’t think there’s much ground on this Longstaff story, but just say come Jan and they are knocking at the door with this so called 40 odd Million bid.

    Why would we not sweeten the pot for ourselves and say to Man U, you really, really want him, Ole if you really want to build a team around this young Geordie then let’s go with.

    Well let’s go with 20 Million and you throw in Greenwood or Sanchez plus Pereira, that gives us at least one forward that can score goals plus a midfielder.

    I know it’s all stories but why do Newcastle never ever try things like this, if they are willing to let him go then help yourselves, all the above players are not regular starters for Man U but would get in our first eleven I feel.

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  • BenbulbenMag

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:28 AM

    Comment #5

    Fair play to Lascelles, he gets kudos from me for that. He’s taking a leaf out of Kevin Keegans book (time he came out to speak to the fans after the sale of Andy Cole). It’s not easy to communicate with people after a horrible thrashing like that and the much easier option was to get in his car and drive.

    4
  • Mag :P

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:38 AM

    Comment #6

    All that clip does is make the fans look stupid.

    Oh you’re on ’40 grand a week’ that must mean you’re always carrying cash around with you to the games.

    Like Jesus christ are you thick man?

    5
  • Jib

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:38 AM

    Comment #7

    Rather embarrassing that “fan” constantly repeating
    “You’re on forty grand a week”

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  • Jib

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:42 AM

    Comment #8
  • AncientC

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:43 AM

    Comment #9

    The problem is usually a few identified starters—and the solution—somebody injured or on the bench. Matt Ritchie—eight assists from mostly lwb last season—was identified as being nothing more than a talentless grafter. Now Ritchie is the answer to team problems.

    Shelvey (carrying an injury) should be have sold up the road long ago because Longstaff is much better. 1 game later—Longstaff is too slow and should have been sold in the summer. Not forgetting that Ki should be playing ahead of Shelvey… only Ki needs to be let go this coming summer, too.

    Lascelles now isn’t captain material. Dubravka is proving that he is worth £4 million and not a penny more. Joelinton is only worth about half of what the club paid.

    Or is it difficult to judge the orchestra, when the conductor cannot read sheet music, and the theatre owner is only interested in counting the ticket stumps.

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  • martoon

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:43 AM

    Comment #10

    “He could easily have ignored it but captain Lascelles – who had earlier spoken to Sky to admit the display was unacceptable – got out of his car to speak and apologise to supporters in difficult circumstances, which won him some admiration from fans.”

    Wait a minute didn’t the Sun say he got the train to London with Yedlin?

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  • WLtoon

    Oct 2, 2019 at 11:52 AM

    Comment #11

    Lets just resign ourselves to the fact that we could or probably will be relegated again this season. If we do i think we could be in the lower lgs for a few years. At least the lack of Sky revenue over the coming seasons could finally rid us of the parasite which is Ashley

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  • c-dog

    Oct 2, 2019 at 1:44 PM

    Comment #12

    If Longstaff gets a chance at even moving to Palace he should move
    This club has no future under the current owner
    And he will never reach his potential here

    0
  • c-dog

    Oct 2, 2019 at 1:45 PM

    Comment #13

    the three years in the premier league will have covered ash financially for another in the championship
    bruce is his patsy

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