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Newcastle United FC new player in and out 2017/18. Here is the Newcastle United FC First Team Squad 2017/18
The summer transfer window 2017 is here and the 2017/18 Premier League season is fast approaching. Clubs are hurrying to build a good squad for themselves ahead of having a good season in 2017/18. Here, we have the full Newcastle United FC Squad 2017/18.
Last season, Newcastle had a great campaign where they won the Championship and got promoted back to the Premier League. Under the guidance of Rafael Benitez, they managed to top the second division of English football.
How does the Newcastle United FC first team for 2017/18 season looks like? How does the Newcastle United FC first team for 2017/18 season looks like?
The Newcastle United squad for 2017/18 is listed below. The Newcastle line up 2017/18 season will consist of these players.
Here are the goalkeepers in the Newcastle United squad 2017/18. After returning from a loan spell at AZ Alkmaar, Tim Krul has been loaned again once again to Brighton & Hove Albion following the excellent form of Karl Darlow last season in the Championship.
Here are the defenders in the Newcastle United squad 2017/18. They were good defensively last season but have brought in extra enforcement’s for the difficulties of the Premier League. Rafa is a very good defensive manager and it’s not just the players in the squad that make his team’s good at defending, it’s the way they set up too.
Here are the midfielders in the Newcastle United FC squad 2017/18. They have already signed a couple of players in this area ahead of the new season, including the attacking midfielder Henri Saviet from Saint Etienne.
Newcastle’s attack is really what helped them get to the Premier League last season. Here are the attackers in the Newcastle United FC squad 2017/18. Their star man is the Serbian striker Aleksander Mitrovic, who had a great season last year in the Championship.
Newcastle actually have a very good set of opening fixtures to work with here. They play both of the other newly-promoted teams, which aren’t necessarily easy games, as they too will be scrapping for points. However, Benitez’s side will be confident they can get a few wins out of these games. If they can take 10 points from these opening 6 fixtures, I think they can call it a successful start to the season.
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