Tag Archives: Newcastle

The Daily Drool – EPL – Newcastle: Karl Darlow

1 Dec

Goalkeeper Karl joined Newcastle in 2014. He is the grandson of former Wales international forward Ken Leek.

The Daily Drool: Chancel Mbemba

12 Aug

Defender Chancel has joined Porto from Newcastle. He has represented the DR Congo at the senior level.

The Daily Drool: Henri Saivet

27 Sep

henri-saivetMidfielder Henri currently plays for Saint-Étienne on loan from Newcastle.  He has represented France at the U16, U17, U18 and U21 levels. He made his senior debut for Senegal in 2013.

The Daily Drool – Epic Bromance Month: Mathieu Debuchy & Yohan Cabaye

6 Dec

nufcfans_cabaye_debuchy_embrace_newcastle_unitedThese two have been besties since childhood starting with their youth career. They’ve played together at Lille, Newcastle and on the French National Team. (Suggested by watishista barbarossa) Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Emmanuel Rivière

10 Aug

Emmanuel Riviere2Striker Emmanuel has just signed to Newcastle from Monaco. He has represented France at the U16, U17, U18, U19 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool – Epic Bromance Month: Hatem Ben Arfa/Yohan Cabaye

4 Dec

Teammates on both Newcastle and the French National Team, Yohan and Hatem have double the bromancing time. How convenient! Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Davide Santon

30 Apr

Italian full back Davide left Inter and signed to Newcastle in 2011. He has represented Italy at the U16, U17, U20, U21 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Yohan Cabaye

23 Jan

Midfielder Yohan left Lille this past summer (where he had been since 2004) for Newcastle in the EPL. He was a fixture on France’s youth national teams (U16, U18, U19, U20, U21) from 2001-2008 and moved up to the senior side in 2010.

The Daily Drool: Champions League Group A: Guiseppe Rossi

4 Nov

Handsome Villareal striker Guiseppe Rossi is currently sidelined. He just had surgery for ligament damage and will be out for at least six months. He’s New Jersey-born to Italian immigrant parents. He’s played for Manchester United, Newcastle and Parma as well. He’s also played for the Italian National Team (U-16, U17, U18, U21, Olympic and senior teams) since 2003. Get well soon, boo!

The Daily Drool: Habib Beye

1 Aug

French born of Senegalese descent, defender Habib played professionally in France (Paris Saint-Germain II, Strasbourg, Marseille) from 1997-2007. He went to the EPL in 2007, joining Newcastle. While he was there he had his own chant which gives me the giggles still to think about it. Of course it was to the tune of “Happy Days” – “Sunday, Monday, Habib Beye / Tuesday, Wednesday, Habib Beye / Thursday, Friday, Habib Beye / Saturday, Habib Beye, rocking all week with you!”  Footy fans are endlessly creative, aren’t they? He joined Aston Villa in 2009. He has played regularly for Senegal’s national team since 2001.