Hang On! They Are Toon Players!

Last updated : 18 September 2014 By Footy Mad - Editor

Darlow and Lascelles were sold to Newcastle over the summer, but went straight back to the City Ground on loan.

Al Hasawi: “Maybe next season we will sign them again, maybe we will even buy them back.

“In the future, you never know. If we go into the Premier League, perhaps we can talk with Newcastle.

"We can perhaps loan the players again or even buy them back. Alternatively, we will buy other players.”

Saturday September 20

12:45 QPR v Stoke City
15:00 Aston Villa v Arsenal
15:00 Burnley v Sunderland
15:00 Newcastle United v Hull City
15:00 Swansea City v Southampton
17:30 West Ham United v Liverpool

Sunday September 21

13:30 Leicester City v Man Utd
13:30 Tottenham v West Brom
16:00 Everton v Crystal Palace
16:00 Manchester City v Chelsea





23. Fraser Forster   
2. Nathaniel Clyne   
6. Jose Fonte   
17. Toby Alderweireld   
21. Ryan Bertrand   
8. Steven Davis   
4. Morgan Schneiderlin   
18. Jack Cork   
7. Shane Long  45' 
19. Graziano Pelle   
11. Dusan Tadic  67' 
1. Kelvin Davis   
3. Maya Yoshida   
5. Florin Gardos   
12. Victor Wanyama  45' 
16. James Ward-Prowse  67' 
24. Emmanuel Mayuka   
38. Sam McQueen 


1. Tim Krul   
22. Daryl Janmaat   
6. Mike Williamson   
2. Fabricio Coloccini   
19. Massadio Haidara   
8. Vurnon Anita  45' 
14. Jack Colback   
20. Remy Cabella  69' 
7. Moussa Sissoko  90' 
11. Yoan Gouffran   
29. Emmanuel Riviere   
17. Ayoze Perez  69' 
21. Rob Elliot   
24. Cheick Tiote  45' 
25. Gabriel Obertan   
27. Steven Taylor   
28. Sammy Ameobi  90' 
32. Adam Armstrong 

Fraser Forster  must have spent the 90 minutes laughing his socks off, as the pressure grew on Alan Pardew. The Toon boss kicked the Hexham-born keeper out of the club as soon as he took over the job

The pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew ratcheted up a notch at former club Southampton, where Graziano Pelle inspired Ronald Koeman's new-look side to a dominant victory.

A recent poll showed 85 per cent of supporters did not want the Magpies manager to stay, and those dissenting voices were given further ammo by a tepid performance at St Mary's.

Summer signing Pelle's brace was complemented by goals from Jack Cork and Morgan Schneiderlin as Southampton ran out deserved 4-0 winners at St Mary's, where calls for Pardew's head punctuated a game Newcastle owner Mike Ashley was there to see first-hand.

The sportswear magnate ended speculation that he is ready to sell the club on the eve of the match, although that will only sharpen the focus on the managerial position after a defeat that leaves them in the relegation zone.

The possibility of United winning their first match of the season never looked likely after a bright Southampton start in which Pelle headed home with just six minutes on the clock.

The Italian soon added another from close range - his fourth in three matches in all competitions - with Cork's first league goal for the club and a late curling effort from Schneiderlin increasing the pressure on Pardew.

An angry fan had to be apprehended after running on to the pitch at the end of a game which looked to be going only one way after just 23 seconds.

Attempting to clear a Fabricio Coloccini backpass, Tim Krul's clearance struck Shane Long but, fortunately for the Newcastle goalkeeper, went wide.

It was a warning shot the visitors failed to heed as, after some last-ditch challenges and a penalty appeal from Long, Saints opened the scoring after six minutes.

Meeting a Ryan Bertrand cross from the left, Pelle, the man charged with replacing talisman Rickie Lambert, impressively powered a header into the top-left hand corner.

The Italian was clearly keen to add to his tally and showed impressive inventiveness to hook goalwards from an acute angle, forcing an unorthodox save from Krul.

Pelle's second eventually came in the 19th minute, though, courtesy of his own miscued strike. The 29-year-old attempted to volley a Mike Williamson clearance but it went so wide it landed at the feet of Dusan Tadic, who ignored offside appeals to square the ball for the frontman to tap home.

"We want Pardew out" soon echoed around St Mary's, with both sets of fans chanting "you're getting sacked in the morning".

It took 26 minutes for Newcastle to call their former goalkeeper into action and when they did Fraser Forster showed why Saints forked out £10million for his services, denying a close-range, first-time Moussa Sissoko effort.

The England international also had to be alert to a fizzing Jack Colback drive as United improved towards the end of the first half, although a deflected Yoan Gouffran effort was the only chance of note they could muster.

It led to boos at half-time from the vocal travelling support, who impressively put their troubles behind them to help welcome Southampton fans' favourite Francis Benali as he ended a 21-day, 1,000-mile run for Cancer Research.

The former defender managed just one league goal over more than 300 appearances for Saints so it was somewhat apt that another long-serving player would break his scoring duck.

Cork scored in the recent Capital One Cup tie at Millwall but had failed to net a league goal for Saints over two spells with the club until latching on to a deflected Steven Davis ball, rounding Krul and slotting home.

In case their chanting had not got across, with 20 minutes remaining a section of Newcastle fans displayed a banner with 'Pardew out' scrawled on it.

It was a period in which the visitors came close to scoring on several occasions, with Emmanuel Riviere and Colback somehow failing to turn home before Forster denied a Gouffran header.

Florin Gardos joined fellow debutant Toby Alderweireld for the final few minutes, which saw Schneiderlin add extra gloss with a wonderful curling effort in stoppage time.

Newcastle United Fixtures

Sunday August 17
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
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
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
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 United v Hull City

Monday September 29
Stoke City v Newcastle United

Saturday October 4
Swansea City v Newcastle United

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

Saturday December 20
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



Sat 20: West Ham United v Liverpool (5.30pm)

Sun 21: Leicester City v Manchester United (1.30pm)

Sun 21: Manchester City v Chelsea (4pm)

Sat 27: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm)

Sun 28: West Bromwich Albion v Burnley (4pm)

Mon 29: Stoke City v Newcastle United (8pm)


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)



Sat 20: Queens Park Rangers v Stoke City (12.45pm)

Sat 27: Liverpool v Everton (12.45pm)


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)