Schar scores stunner, Owen at it again & new boycott plans released – NUFC news round-up

A round-up of today’s NUFC news and gossip:

  • Fabian Schar bagged his second goal in 6 days last night, with the centre-back scoring a stunner in Switzerland’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Ireland – Watch it here.
  • Protest group ‘Toon For Change’ have released a new statement, urging fans to boycott the club’s upcoming home game against Brighton on September 21st – Read statement here.
  • Michael Owen has been at it again, claiming that Alan Shearer blames him for the club’s relegation in 2009 – Read his latest interview here.
  • After a disastrous loan spell with Blackpool earlier this year, Elias Sorensen will be hoping for a far more productive stint with Carlisle – but it’s not started how he would have hoped – Full story here.
  • Peterborough owner Darragh MacAnthony has confirmed that the club rejected a £4m bid from Charlton for Ivan Toney – the ex-NUFC striker sold on the cheap last year – Full story here.
  • With several contracts due to expire in 2020, we’ve looked at the 8 NUFC players who look set to leave on a free next summer as things stand – Full story here.
  • Darren Bent believes Fabian Schar is Newcastle United’s most important player, feeling he’s our ‘best defender’ and the one man Steve Bruce ‘couldn’t afford to lose’ – Full story here.
  • According to the Chronicle’s Mark Douglas, Newcastle will listen to ‘low offers’ for Jack Colback in January in a bid to sell the midfielder – Full story here.

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Olly has been a Junior Magpie from birth. As a season ticket holder and avid Newcastle United fan - he eats, sleeps and breathes all things NUFC.

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