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Who Was Selected As The Player Of The Month For November?


Saturday saw the end of our fourth month this season with the draw against Manchester City. November was by far our best month with 7 points, 7 goals, and 2 wins.

We’ve only had two players win the Player of the Month poll so far this campaign. Center-back Fabian Schar won for August and September while Allan Saint-Maximin won last month’s poll.

This time around despite strong performances in November from players like Martin Dubravka and Federico Fernandez, Allan Saint-Maximin has claimed his second straight Player of the Month poll.

Of the 991 total votes, Allan got 328 for 33%. Coming in a respectable second was Fede Fernandez with 20%. Then taking third was Jetro Willems with 16%.


Allan Saint-Maximin has become such a fan favorite this season. He built on his impressive October with some awesome displays last month. Let’s hope he can continue to improve and maybe this month he’ll get his first goal for Newcastle.

Fernandez came into the team when Fabian Schar injured his knee before the Wolves match to close October. His performances over the past month have kept Fabian Schar out of the team for the time being.

Jetro Willems has been making some noise after the draw on Saturday about making his loan deal a permanent one. That sounds like excellent news to us. He looks like one of the top left-backs in the Premier League at the moment.

The lads can hopefully take this great run of form from November to Sheffield United on Thursday. A win to start December would be just a fantastic start to a busy month.

Who Was The Player Of The Month For November?

  • A. Saint-Maximin (33%, 328 )
  • Fede Fernandez (20%, 195 )
  • Jetro Willems (16%, 163 )
  • Martin Dubravka (12%, 117 )
  • Ciaran Clark (10%, 103 )
  • Jonjo Shelvey (9%, 85 )

Total Voters: 991

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Who Are Newcastle's Best Three Center-Backs

  • Schar (32%, 927 )
  • Lejeune (28%, 800 )
  • Fernandez (21%, 611 )
  • Lascelles (14%, 391 )
  • Clark (4%, 117 )
  • Dummett (2%, 48 )

Total Voters: 984

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5 comments so far

  • RobLeenio

    Dec 3, 2019 at 10:34 AM

    Comment #1

    I voted ASM, for the excitement he’s produced as much as for the driving runs upfield.

    He is our number one outlet – a combination of Joelinton’s strength and Miggy’s pace which makes him super hard for the opposition to deal with. He’s difficult to knock off the ball and very hard to stop once he’s off and running. Without this, we’d be struggling to get out of our own half consistently.

    Fernandez and Jetro have been great too, just not the same impact, whatever that means.

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  • Bleatin' n Bruced

    Dec 3, 2019 at 10:35 AM

    Comment #2

    Robleenio – now you’re testing the waters of proper debate and putting in a mixer of argumentation to see if I’ll bite again, naughty naughty 🙂

    “What have I done about it?” That’s a bit presumptuous isn’t it? You don’t know anything and you are challenging me about whether I’m a worthy critic or have a right to comment on a blog where an oaf from the emerald Isle can freely pop up swearing and promoting child-abuse accusations with little criticism from anyone.

    I have “done about it” by refusing to buy any more merchandising, buy Mike’s brands, buy match tickets let alone ST’s and buy TV subs. That’s what I am able to do in my situation. Oh and urge others to do similar if possible.

    Have I been in touch with Genjikai? Yes. I trust my contact with him has been enough to be clear on my situation.

    You need to rethink your approach mate before you get all accusatory.

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  • Bleatin' n Bruced

    Dec 3, 2019 at 10:40 AM

    Comment #3

    Of course your solution must be better eh, Rob? Just carry on as if everything is ok and this is how it is etc just get on with it, do nothing – don’t even talk about it!

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  • Unused Substitute

    Dec 3, 2019 at 10:53 AM

    Comment #4

    Bills @45 (previous): will not happen again (reason: reluctance of hands like Allardyce to wrestle with our sh¡t would indicate we are unlikely to get another head coach worth his salt going forward).

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  • Rotonda heights

    Dec 3, 2019 at 11:05 AM

    Comment #5

    I think we had every chance of being bought by the Mansours and BZG, but I think Ashley would be so embarrassed by someone coming in who would be successful and show him up for the greedy, lying, penny piching b—t–d he truly is. Ashley maybe wouldn’t have minded Kenyon has he hasn’t got any money to invest so would be an equal failure. Possibly Ash is a bit racist against Arabs too.

    Can’t get all these doughnuts saying ”oh look bruce is doing better than Rafa”. We’re 14th. Yes it was great against city. However, we have no goal scoring strikers since Rondon and Perez left, but thank god for Rafa’s shrewd purchases of Shar, Fernandez and Clark as I wouldn’t like to think where we would be now.

    Munster,

    Old bleatin has your number there I think. You do come across as very fickle and with a habit of constantly contradicting yourself. It was ironic you calling bleatin a verbose spoofer.

    I enjoyed this:-

    Failing to remember Rafa’s rebuilding efforts despite spanners being thrown into his works by a sly ownership left, right and center is disgraceful. Vilifying one of the most accomplished managers, justifying the designs of a scheming owner and failing to see the intellectual deficits of a head coach with almost the worst record in the league is an indication of disingenuity, not realism.

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