A roundup of the latest Newcastle United headlines from Thursday 26 May.
Newcastle release 13 young players, including the man who groomed Joelinton on his first-team debut
Tom Allan is among more than a dozen Newcastle United youngsters who have been released this summer as the club’s academy renovation continues.
Allan previously made an appearance for Newcastle’s first team and in fact gave an assist to Joelinton in a 4–1 victory against Rochdale in the FA Cup in st james park on his professional debut in 2020. However, that turned out to be Allan’s only senior departure for the club and the striker was sacked at the end of his contract at the age of 22.
Fellow under-23s Ryan Barrett, Brad Cross, Oisin McEntee, Mo Sangare, Reagan Thomson, Jake Turner and Adam Wilson have also left, but the club confirmed offers have been made to Matthew Bondswell, Niall Brookwell, Will Brown, Lewis Cass . , Joe Oliver and Dylan Stephenson.
‘They are a big problem’ Jamie Carragher says Newcastle United can be a threat in the Premier League
Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher believes Newcastle United are a huge threat to the likes of Arsenal following the conclusion of the 2021/22 Premier League season.
With just two games remaining in the season, Arsenal headed north for a Monday night clash against by eddie howe team knowing that a win would put them in the poll position to finish in the top four over rivals Tottenham Hotspur. However, the Gunners were met with a black and white buzzsaw, falling 2-0 to newcastle opposite a raucous St James’ Park.
The result can be seen as the culmination of Newcastle’s efforts in 2022. The second half of the Premier League season has seen the feel-good factor return to Tyneside, with their final home game against Arsenal proving to be a statement of intentions.
Newcastle looked to be a transformed team pressing with relentless abandon against a shocked Arsenal, to the extent that you would have thought they were the first chasing a Champions League place.
Bruno Guimaraes’ pre-season break must wait as the Newcastle star leaves with Lucas Paquetá
After a hectic season of Premier League football, who can blame Newcastle United’s stars for flying in quickly to enjoy some much-deserved time off abroad? Paul Dummett and Mark Gillespie are currently in Dubai, Miguel Almiron lives in the Maldives, and Jonjo Shelvey was recently spotted at Disneyland.
Bruno Guimaraes However, the rest will have to wait, as he is already on his way to playing even more football. Just four days after starting in a 2-1 win over Burnley, the 24-year-old is in Asia for three Brazil matches in the space of nine days.
The vast majority of Tite’s team left early, with their first draw against South Korea not until June 2. Brazil will then take on Japan before returning to South America for a final friendly with Argentina.
Newcastle could see an even better Bruno Guimaraes next season after he had ‘a lot of interest’
Callum Wilson has backed team-mate Bruno Guimaraes to be even better next season after the ‘incredible talent’ got off to a surprising start to his Newcastle United career.
eddie howe I was aware of relieving Bruno to life in Premier league, where the game is even faster and more physical than the midfielder was used to in France, but the 24-year-old has finally become one of the first names on the team sheet following his mid-season move from the Lyons. In addition to scoring an impressive backheel volley in his full debut, in Southamptonin March, Bruno appeared with another four goals against city of leicesterthe city of Norwich and Arsenal and also provided crucial assistance to by Miguel Almiron winner against Crystal Palace.
It is perhaps no coincidence that, when Bruno stepped up, Newcastle won all those games and the Brazilian international’s contributions helped the Magpies secure a whopping 15 points as Eddie Howe’s side steered clear of danger. Surprisingly, only Wilson ended up scoring more goals for Newcastle this season than Bruno and the striker has no doubt there will be even more to come with the £33.5m signing next year.
Pundits collide as Jurgen Klopp beats Newcastle boss Eddie Howe for Manager of the Year award
Talksport pundits Jamie O’Hara and Jason Cundy have clashed over Jurgen Klopp being named Premier League Manager of the Year.
The six-man roster saw Klopp named alongside Newcastle United’s Eddie Howe, Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola, Brentford’s Thomas Frank and Crystal Palace’s Patrick Vieira.
And after guiding them to a second-place finish, narrowly beating Man City on the final day, Klopp was named the winner of the award for the second time.