There is even a hint that the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder regrets leaving Newcastle.
He is struggling to hold down a regular place in Laurent Blanc’s side and is not the Golden Boy in Paris that he was on Tyneside.
Unlike Sylvain Marveaux and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, who have left Newcastle on loan and are settled playing first team football, Cabaye is sat on the outside looking in.
Home is where the heart is ... and the call of Tyneside is getting to Cabaye!
Obviously the most talented of the trio, he expected the French public to kiss his feet, but that has not happened.
Yohan Cabaye (talking to French newspaper L’Equipe: “How do I live with being a starter with Les Bleus and substitute with the club?
"I must accept it, but that does not mean I am resigned to it.
"In training, I try to show that I’m here, I want to play. Because, yes, I want to play!
“I’m 28, I’m not starting in the trade. I will not change my style of play now. Besides, I did not want to.
“I have, in fact, to be careful not to be forced, by circumstances, to change it.
"There is a risk that I would come to outwit and not attempt to cross or a pass that will cut the lines. It is possible… But lately, I try not to ask myself questions.”
The report also claims that Cabaye says he misses England - and Newcastle - since he moved back to his homeland.
Forget 'Wally With A Brolly' - He Is No 'Yes' Man!
Alan Pardew shrugged off further speculation about his future at Swansea by insisting he would simply turn his attention to Leicester on October 18.
Why does it always rain on me ...
But (according to the Daily Mail) Newcastle United are reportedly considering a move to appoint former England national team boss Steve McClaren as a potential replacement for the under-fire manager.
Since moving to Derby County last September McClaren took the Rams to the play-off final and they are pushing for promotion this campaign.
Derby County have lost just one of their opening eleven games this term but he would never work under Mike Ashley's rules.
Pardew takes the shit ... McClaren would never work under those conditions.
Wise Slags Off Geordies!
As a guest on BeIN Sports friend of Mike Ashley Dennis Wise was invited to give his own assessment of the situation at the club.
His conclusion was that the biggest problem is that Newcastle fans simple hate Southerners.
Love you Geordies
Wise was always a player with "Little Man Syndrome".
He gained a reputation for kicking players when he was a 'short arse' who used the football field to act tough knowing he wouldn't get a smack in the face back!
Come on Wisey talk to me "a gottle of geer"
Outside down a side street would have been a different story, but the men who make the most noise, don't go down side streets.
Some people really deserves to be hated, and this nobhead has had a career that - one day - will catch up with him.
Who knows, he may be found floating down the Thames sometime in the future, and would the Geordie nation cry?
Apart from Mackemland, I don't think it matters to Geordies where people live.
Ashley and Wise in happier times
Les Ferdinand (Sir Les) and Malcolm Macdonald (Supermac) are Cockney legends on Tyneside. And always will be.
It just so happens Mike Ashley, Alan Pardew and Nobhead are from London and have just about ruined our club.
Are the two connected? I don't think so.
But as long as we sit in the relegation zone, on a nose-dive to nothingness, the three will always be tossers, no matter where they come from!
David Moyes wants to return to management after being sacked by Manchester United in April, and he is currently top of the bookies list.
It's understood that the Scot would like to manage the Toon - despite their nightmare start to the season.
He's as short as 5/4 to succeed Pardew with BetVictor. Hull boss Steve Bruce is 11/2 while Tony Pulis is an outsider at 7/1.
United taken three points from their opening six games - their worst start to a season since 2003.
The Toon have won only five of their 26 league games since Boxing Day.
WHICH OF THE THREE WOULD YOU PICK?
PLEASE VOTE ...
Newcastle Utd Fixtures ...
Sunday August 17
NEWCASTLE 0 MAN CITY 2
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett, Colback, Anita (63' Obertan), Cabella, Sissoko, Gouffran (74' Aarons), Riviere (83' Perez).
Subs: Haidara, Elliot, S Taylor, Abeid
Saturday August 23
ASTON VILLA 0 NEWCASTLE 0
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett, Anita (70' de Jong), Colback, Cabella, Sissoko, Gouffran, Riviere (77' Perez - 90+2' S Taylor).
Subs: Haidara, Elliot, Obertan, Abeid
Tuesday August 26
LC GILLINGHAM 0 NEWCASTLE 1 (Egan OG)
Krul, Janmaat, Coloccini, S Taylor, Haidara, Sissoko, Abeid, Obertan, de Jong (68' Perez), Aarons (60' Cabella), Riviere (86' Gouffran)
Subs: Anita, Ferreyra, Elliot, Dummett
Saturday August 30
NEWCASTLE 3 CRYSTAL PALACE 3 (Janmaat, Aarons, Williamson)
Krul, Janmaat (79' Perez), Williamson, Coloccini, Haidara, Sissoko, Colback, Cabella, de Jong (79' Anita), Gouffran (67' Aarons), Riviere
Subs: Elliot, Obertan, S Taylor, Dummett
Saturday September 13
SOUTHAMPTON 4 NEWCASTLE 0
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Haidara, Anita (45' Tiote), Colback, Cabella (69' Perez), Sissoko (90'Ameobi), Gouffran, Riviere
Subs: Elliot, Obertan, S Taylor, Armstrong
Saturday September 20
NEWCASTLE 2 HULL CITY (Cisse 2)
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett, Tiote (85' Ameobi), Colback, Sissoko, Cabella, Gouffran (90+4' Perez), Riviere (69' Cisse)
Subs: Anita, Haidara, Elliot, S Taylor
Wednesday September 24
LC CRYSTAL PALACE 2 NEWCASTLE 3 AET (Riviere 2, Dummett)
Elliot, Janmaat (46 Haidara), Coloccini, S Taylor, Dummett, Colback, Abeid, Obertan, Armstrong, Ameobi (66 Sissoko), Riviere (80 Perez)
Subs: Anita, Ferreyra, Cabella, Alnwick
Monday September 29
STOKE CITY 1 NEWCASTLE 0
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett, Tiote, Colback, Sissoko, Cabella (74' Ameobi), Gouffran (68' Obertan), Riviere (45' Cisse)
Subs: Anita, Elliot, S Taylor, Armstrong
Saturday October 4
SWANSEA CITY 2 NEWCASTLE 2 (Cisse 2)
Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett, Obertan, Tiote, Sissoko, Colback (69' Riviere), Gouffran (58' Ameobi), Cisse (85' Perez).
Subs: Anita, Haidara, Cabella, Elliot
Saturday October 18
Newcastle United v Leicester City
Saturday October 25
Tottenham v Newcastle United
Saturday November 1
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Sunday November 9
West Brom v Newcastle United
Saturday November 22
Newcastle United v QPR
Saturday November 29
West Ham United v Newcastle United
Tuesday December 2
Burnley v Newcastle United
Saturday December 6
Newcastle United v Chelsea
Saturday December 13
Arsenal v Newcastle United
Sunday December 21
Newcastle United v Sunderland
Friday December 26
Man Utd v Newcastle United
Sunday December 28
Newcastle United v Everton
Thursday January 1 2015
Newcastle United v Burnley
Saturday January 10 2015
Chelsea v Newcastle United
Saturday January 17 2015
Newcastle United v Southampton
Saturday January 31 2015
Hull City v Newcastle United
Saturday February 7 2015
Newcastle United v Stoke City
Tuesday February 10 2015
Crystal Palace v Newcastle United
Saturday February 21 2015
Manchester City v Newcastle United
Saturday February 28 2015
Newcastle United v Aston Villa
Wednesday March 4 2015
Newcastle United v Man Utd
Saturday March 14 2015
Everton v Newcastle United
Saturday March 21 2015
Newcastle United v Arsenal
Saturday April 4 2015
Sunderland v Newcastle United
Saturday April 11 2015
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Saturday April 18 2015
Newcastle United v Tottenham
Saturday April 25 2015
Newcastle United v Swansea City
Saturday May 2 2015
Leicester City v Newcastle United
Saturday May 9 2015
Newcastle United v West Brom
Saturday May 16 2015
QPR v Newcastle United
Sunday May 24 2015
Newcastle United v West Ham United
LEAGUE CUP - Ties to be played on September 23-24.
Chelsea v Bolton
Arsenal v Southampton
West Brom v Hull
Crystal Palace v Newcastle
Leyton Orient v Sheff Utd
Cardiff v Bournemouth
Sunderland v Stoke
Derby v Reading
Liverpool v Middlesbrough
MK Dons v Bradford
Man City v Sheff Wed
Burton v Brighton
Swansea v Everton
Shrewsbury v Norwich
Fulham v Doncaster
Tottenham v Nottm Forest
SKY SPORTS GAMES
Sat 4: Aston Villa v Manchester City (5.30pm)
Sun 5: Chelsea v Arsenal (2.05pm)
Sun 5: West Ham United v Queens Park Rangers (4.15pm)
Sun 19: Queens Park Rangers v Liverpool (1.30pm)
Sun 19: Stoke City v Swansea City (4pm)
Mon 20: West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United (8pm)
Sat 25: Swansea City v Leicester City (5.30pm)
Sun 26: Burnley v Everton (1.30pm)
Sun 26: Manchester United v Chelsea (4pm)
Mon 27: Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa (8pm)
Sun 2: Manchester City v Manchester United (1.30pm)
Sun 2: Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur (4pm)
Mon 3: Crystal Palace v Sunderland (8pm)
Sat 8: Queens Park Rangers v Manchester City (5.30pm)
Sun 9: West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United (1.30pm)
Sun 9: Swansea City v Arsenal (4pm)
Sat 22: Arsenal v Manchester United (5.30pm)
Sun 23: Crystal Palace v Liverpool (1.30pm)
Sun 23: Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur (4pm)
Mon 24: Aston Villa v Southampton (8pm)
Sat 29: Sunderland v Chelsea (5.30pm)
Sun 30: Southampton v Manchester City (1.30pm)
Sun 30: Tottenham Hotspur v Everton (4pm)
BT SPORT GAMES
Sun 5: Manchester United v Everton (12pm)
Sat 18: Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (12.45pm)
Sat 25: West Ham United v Manchester City (12.45pm)
Sat 1: Newcastle United v Liverpool (12.45pm)
Sat 8: Liverpool v Chelsea (12.45pm)
Sat 29: West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal (12.45pm)