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  1. Easy win for Magpies in Saudi Arabiapublished at 19:11

    Newcastle continued their preparation for the return of the English domestic season with a resounding 5-0 win over Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia.

    The in-form Miguel Almiron hit the net twice, as did Joelinton, while Dylan Stephenson added a fifth on a night where goalkeeper Loris Karius made his club debut.

  2. Transfer news: Magpies filled with Kuol loan offerspublished at 08:46 7 December

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    Newcastle have been inundated with loan offers for 18-year-old Australia forward Garang Kuol after his performances at the World Cup - before he has officially joined the club. The Magpies agreed a £300,000 transfer with Central Coast Mariners earlier this year with Kuol set to move to Newcastle in January. (Telegraph - subscription required), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Wednesday's full gossip column

  3. Where are Newcastle playing before domestic football returns? published at 11:14 6 December

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    With the return of domestic football now just two weeks away for Premier League clubs, here's a rundown of Newcastle's fixtures.

    The Magpies are currently in the Middle East for warm-weather training and will play against Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal before returning to St James' Park to round off preparations.

    • Thursday, 8 December, Al-Hilal v Newcastle, Riyadh, 17:00 GMT

    • Friday, 17 December, Newcastle v Rayo Vallecano, St James’ Park, 12:30 GMT

    Before returning to Premier League action on Boxing Day at Leicester City (15:00 GMT) Newcastle will host Bournemouth in the League Cup on Wednesday, 21 December (19:45 GMT).

  4. Isak returns to Newcastle trainingpublished at 14:56 5 December

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    Newcastle's record signing Alexander Isak has returned to training following a thigh injury.

    The striker suffered the problem while training with the Sweden national team in September, having played twice for Newcastle after his £60m move in August.

    But boss Eddie Howe said the 25-year-old was "running on grass" at the club's winter training camp in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

    Defender Dan Burn's travel to Saudi Arabia was delayed after illness, but he is flying out to join the squad on Monday.

    "Alex is doing very well and we are very determined to try and keep the group together, including players who have had injuries," Howe told NUFC TV.

    "Alex hasn't been with us long and this is the first time to really bond with the squad so we are delighted with how his rehabilitation is going."

    Newcastle played a training game against Middlesbrough last weekend and will face local side Al-Hilal on Thursday during their week-long stay in Saudi Arabia.

    Howe added: "We will be training hard and hopefully we can keep everyone fit and can go back a more united group.

    "Part of our role here is to represent Newcastle in the right way, go out and meet people and try and improve our reputation globally and we are delighted to do that."

  5. 'If it's not broken don't fix it'published at 15:10 1 December

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    We asked you where Newcastle strengthen in the January transfer market and if James Maddison would be a good addition.

    Here are some of your comments:

    Peter: It's a difficult one but in my opinion if it's not broken don't fix it. The team are doing so well, I would wait until the end of the season and make an assessment then.

    Neil: Given the difficulty in signing quality at the right price in January we should concentrate on good right-back cover providing none of our World Cup players get long term injuries.

    Richard: For once I have a lot of faith in the Newcastle scouting setup. But it doesn’t work in isolation from the rest of the club. Players will see how much existing Newcastle players have developed and will see Newcastle as a place to go to in order to be better. Also, they will see success (and, you know, bags of cash) and want to come to play for Eddie Howe.

    Peter: I think we need to let some of the squad players go - Lewis, Ritchie and Fraser I think could all be sold. I'd be sad to see Ritchie go as he's been a great servant to the club. I think we need to strengthen at full-back, especially right-back. Then another striker and attacking midfielder. Trossard and Maddison to boost the attack would be quality signings.

  6. Would Maddison fit? And should Newcastle recruit?published at 12:15 1 December

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    Former Newcastle defender John Anderson says he would “find a place” for James Maddison should the Magpies manage to land the Leicester playmaker in January.

    Newcastle bid for Maddison during the summer transfer window and while away at the World Cup with England he has said he has shared “banter” with Toon players Nick Pope, Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier.

    Anderson told BBC Radio Newcastle: “I think one eye will always be on the January window. Up to the World Cup the season we’ve had has been phenomenal. The togetherness, the players who have come in have hit the ground running. Do you want to disrupt that? Or do you strike when the iron is hot?

    “Maddison is a player I would definitely have. He creates chances for others and scores goals. He’s just a good player.

    “Where do you put him in the side? In the middle of midfield? On the right? Left? I don’t know where I’d play him at this moment but I would definitely find a place for him.”

    Where should Newcastle strengthen? Or should they keep things steady and hold off on new signings? Tell us here

  7. Willock 'hugely grateful' for Player of the Month awardpublished at 12:00 1 December

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    Joe Willock has won Newcaslte’s Player of the Month award for November.

    The 23-year-old scored two goals in the month, netting against Southampton before scoring the winner against Chelsea.

    "I'm hugely grateful for the recognition from our fans, so to be voted as the Player of the Month is something that I really appreciate and it means a lot to me," said Willock.

    "It's always great to score goals and get on the scoresheet but for me the goal against Chelsea was very special. It got us the three points against a strong side. It was a big game for us before the World Cup break and to go into this period on the back of good results."

  8. 🎧 How about Maddison at Newcastle?published at 11:09 1 December

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    Newcastle United are linked with countless names but James Maddison's is a consistent one.

    The BBC Radio Newcastle team have a detailed look into whether a move for the Leicester man may take him to Tyneside.

    Get a snappy 20 minute episode here

  9. FA Cup third-round draw detailspublished at 15:09 28 November

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    The draw for the FA Cup third round takes place at Anfield this evening between 19:00 GMT and 19:30.

    It will be broadcast live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer and marks the entry of Premier League and Championship clubs to the famous competition.

    Top-flight numbers to watch out for:

    1. AFC Bournemouth

    2. Arsenal

    3. Aston Villa

    7. Brentford

    8. Brighton & Hove Albion

    12. Chelsea

    14. Crystal Palace

    15. Everton

    16. Fulham

    19. Leeds United

    20. Leicester City

    21. Liverpool

    23. Manchester City

    24. Manchester United

    27. Newcastle United

    29. Nottingham Forest

    35. Southampton

    39. Tottenham Hotspur

    42. West Ham United

    44. Wolverhampton Wanderers

  10. Magpies' new star on big stagepublished at 10:13 23 November

    Australia's Garang Kuol became the ninth-youngest player in World Cup history after appearing against France.

    Newcastle agreed a deal in the summer to sign the 18-year-old from Central Coast Mariners, with the forward joining the club in January.

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  11. Transfer news: Ronaldo weighing up Newcastle movepublished at 07:22 23 November

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    Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo is torn between moving to Newcastle United or Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr following the 37-year-old's exit from Manchester United by mutual consent. (Marca - in Spanish), external

    But in other reports, Newcastle and Chelsea are thought to have distanced themselves from moves for Ronaldo, while Inter Miami are understood to be looking elsewhere. (Telegraph), external

    Newcastle United are willing to pay Borussia Monchengladbach £10m in January to sign France forward Marcus Thuram, 25, whose contract expires next summer. (Football Insider), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Wednesday’s full gossip column

  12. Did you know...?published at 13:01 21 November

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    Did you know Bruno Guimaraes only ended up as a footballer after being unwell as a child?

    After contracting pneumonia, doctors advised his parents that he should take up sport to aid his recovery.

    He started off as a swimmer but soon ditched that for football.

    Very respectful of his roots, he chooses to wear number 39 in tribute to the taxi driven round Rio de Janeiro by his dad Dick.