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Toon In Training For Crystal Palace Game – Fascinating Video

Here are the Newcastle players in training for the late Premier League game tomorrow afternoon at Crystal Palace.

Let’s hope we can win this game and stay nicely in the top four in the first game (20th) of the second half of the season.

Howay The Bonnie Lads!

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44 comments so far

  • jimiley

    Jan 20, 2023 at 2:27 PM

    Comment #41

    Agreed about our approach being more professional.
    I just hope it does not cost us CL if we buy nobody.
    At the end of the day teams buy success. The secret is to get a top manager in and give him lots of money. We are doing great at the moment without CL football but we will need to spend a lot more to vastly improve the squad once we get CL

  • The Taco Taker

    Jan 20, 2023 at 2:28 PM

    Comment #42

    TDS@30 I think that post was not intended for me given I haven’t commented on tout-gate today.

  • Shelvey

    Jan 20, 2023 at 2:38 PM

    Comment #43

    On Wood. He did a good job and allways gave 100%. Nobody knew we would be a top 4 contender only one year after we bought him. Unfortunately for him he had future here anymore.
    As I understand the loan will most likely be permanent for Wood, with £15m as a transfer fee. If we Get something upfront in addition, great.

    This is a magnificent piece of business by the Club! Many thought we may be forced to let him see out his contract and leave on a free.

    Now we can buy someone who suits our style better. I am not afraid of us not being able to buy, we seem to do everything right at the moment! Just be patient and Ashworth will buy us the next big thing! HWTL

  • niafron

    Jan 20, 2023 at 2:45 PM

    Comment #44


    EH played 4-4-2 for a while with Bournemouth.

    Was very interesting by the way, cause it was a bit old fashion with a left footed winger on the left, a right footed winger on the right and a playmaker behind the striker.

    The mix between that and a far more modern and agressive philosophy of ball control, pressing and attacking play made the experience fascinating.

    Since he came to NUFC EH is far less ( but successfully ) original with is 4-3-3.

    I would be curious to see him trying things he did with Bournemouth.


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