Newcastle Lose Court Case!
Le Havre claim N'Zogbia had signed an education contract with them as a teenager and was therefore not free to sign for Newcastle.
The case went to FIFA's Dispute Resolution Chamber, who ruled that Newcastle could keep the young Frenchman.
Le Havre have now taken the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and have been rewarded with compensation from both Newcastle and N'Zogbia.
The player must pay the Ligue 2 club €650,000 (£440,000), while Newcastle must pay €300,000 (£200,000).