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Evening headlines in Newcastle amid the Staveley takeover oath, the launch of the new and exclusive Cabaye home kit

Evening headlines in Newcastle amid the Staveley takeover oath, the launch of the new and exclusive Cabaye home kit

Evening headlines in Newcastle amid the Staveley takeover oath, the launch of the new and exclusive Cabaye home kit

Here are your headlines from Newcastle United on Saturday, July 10th.

“Going to invest a lot”, Newcastle would be supreme to re-ignite Rafa’s recruitment and academy plan

Amanda Staveley has suggested that Newcastle United’s future owners are ready to “invest heavily” in rebuilding the club’s academy and on the recruitment front if the Premier League finally approves its offer to buy the club.

Tyneside’s frustration continues, but supporters are not giving up on putting pressure on the Premier League, with a trip back to London on July 16 to lift the campaign for even greater transparency.

Staveley, who is eagerly awaiting the outcome of Mike Ashley’s legal battle, along with the Reuben brothers and the Saudi Public Investment Fund, said the consortium is eager to get started.

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Two years ago, Rafa Benitez – who was initially chosen by the consortium as head – had plans to re-ignite the research network and the Academy’s plan, but left while the takeover bid drifted and could not agree on a new deal. .

Staveley, speaking to Tyne Tees, said:

“I know we will take our time.

“It simply came to our notice then.

“We will inherit a club and we have to make the right decisions with the right people.

“What I do know is that we will invest a lot in the players, but also in the Academy, the fields, the infrastructure and the surrounding areas.”

You can read the full story here.

“They lied to me, I was betrayed”: Yohan Cabaye exclusively in Newcastle, regrets and retirement

You can identify exactly when Yohan Cabaye arrived as a player at Newcastle.

For half an hour in a typical frantic Tyne-Wear derby at the Stadium of Light, Sunderland have the ball around the corner. Cabaye, the most elegant midfielder, reacts to a weak ball, entering a challenge on Phil Bardsley, who is dangerously close to the threshold of a dangerous game.

The black teak cat, whose background is in the amateur boxing clubs on the hard side of Moss in Manchester, jumps up to face the new man from Newcastle. Cabaye, in front of a soundtrack of screams of mockery from home fans, stands in front of him.

He could play, but there was a series of steel that went through one of the best midfielders that Newcastle has witnessed in the last decade.

“It came naturally to me to fight,” he told Chronicle Live in his first major retirement interview.

“I did a lot of work in the summer before I got to Newcastle: to be stronger, to be fitter and to work on the shape of my body, but that was in me. I was a fighter. I was in the mentality to fight for everything.

“My mentality was right for the Premier League and Newcastle, I think. I felt at home from the first minute I arrived in town. It was a beautiful experience and talking to you, I smile about it. For me, it’s all about Newcastle it felt perfect when I signed. “

You can read the full interview here.

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It’s official – the Castore 2021/22 home set from Newcastle is finally here

Newcastle has officially unveiled its home kit design for next season. The shirts are available for purchase on the official website of the retail club and come with the message: A new beginning. A new shirt. A new better.

As reported exclusively by ChronicleLive last month, the new design sees the return of the popular grandfather collar, which was worn in the mid-1990s by Kevin Keegan’s animators.

The shirt is described on the site as “expertly created to be light, extremely breathable and moisture-absorbent, with improved ventilation provided by the panels under the mesh arms. Made of stretch fabric to provide exceptional ease of movement and comfort of fit. “

Read the full story here.