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Newcastle United stadium: St. James' Park
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A bit about Newcastle United
Newcastle United is a merger between two Tyneside clubs in 1892: Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End. They have played their matches at St. James’ Park since 1886.
The club is especially known for their distinctive black-and-white striped jerseys, and the first player many think of is likely the legendary Allan Shearer, who scored an impressive 260 goals and made 64 assists in 441 Premier League matches.
Newcastle United has a particularly nice club logo, which contains the city’s coat of arms. The two seahorses represent Tyneside’s strong connection to the sea, while the castle is the old fortress in Newcastle upon Tyne.
You can read more about Newcastle’s history here.”
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Newcastle United is an English club known for their extremely loyal fans and legendary players such as Alan Shearer, Ginola, Andy Cole, and many more. Alan Shearer, in particular, is a popular figure in Newcastle. He is currently the Premier League all-time top scorer with 260 goals. He started his career in 1988 with Southampton, then moved to Blackburn Rovers and won the Premier League with them. In 1996, Alan Shearer moved to his childhood club, Newcastle United. Here, he promised the Newcastle fans that he would secure them one Premier League title. For Newcastle United, Alan Shearer scored 148 goals in 303 matches. Unfortunately, he never won the Premier League with Newcastle and could not keep his promise. But he won over the fans, and to this day, he is still seen as Newcastle United’s greatest legend.
Another man who has had great success at Newcastle United is manager Bobby Robson. Bobby Robson took over Newcastle in 1999. Newcastle was in last place when Bobby Robson took over, and his first game was against second-place Sheffield United. Surprisingly, Newcastle won 8-0 over Sheffield United, which is the second-largest win in Premier League history. Newcastle ended the season in 11th place after a difficult start. In the following seasons, Bobby Robson led Newcastle United to 3 top 5 finishes in a row. On August 30, 2004, Bobby Robson was fired due to a poor start to the season and unrest in the Newcastle United dressing room.
Newcastle’s new owners
After a 14-year regime by Mike Ashley, where both fans and players were unhappy, Mike Ashley chose to sell the club. The club was bought by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) and 3 other business folds. The new Newcastle owners are: PIF, who own 80% of the club, Amanda Staveley, who owns 10% of the club. The remaining 10% is owned by Simon and David Reuben.
Newcastle’s future looks much brighter now. Now that the new Newcastle owners have started spending money. Something that Newcastle fans were not used to for a long time. The new Newcastle owners have already spent money on young and good players who can make a difference now. Players like Bruno Guimarães, Nick Pope, Sven Botman, Alexander Isak, and Kieren Trippier are all new players who were bought within the last 2 transfer windows. These signings fit very well with the other players who are already in the club, like Allan Saint-Maximin, Joelinton, and Wilson.
Newcastle has had a flying start to the season. After the first 14 games, Newcastle United is currently in 3rd place. And with Eddie Howe as Manager, Newcastle can reach new heights like never before.