Newcastle is Champions

Goal accomplished. The richest club in the world will play the next Champions League. Not without questions, which arose when Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) announced its intention to buy Newcastle United. After years of ostracism under the ownership of Mike Ashley, and after a year of negotiations and conversations in which some of the main issues were geopolitical disputes, the human rights of Saudi Arabia and the interests of the Asian kingdom when it came to becoming with the St James’ Park club. Even Boris Johnson participated in the debate when he was Prime Minister.

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Less time have taken the Saudis to place Newcastle in the main club competition on the continent. In their first season, the Geordies have taken a sudden leap in quality. Next season they will play in the Champions League, but they were able to finish this season with a title. Manchester United finally prevailed in the League Cup final. The dream has come true, and He will dress up again to receive the Champions League 21 years later.

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In the winter transfer window of 2022, new ownership Newcastle United spent more than any other European team trying to maintain status. An objective that Eddie Howe fulfilled after signing four players for almost one hundred and a half million euros. Geordies don’t sign big names, although they do spend large sums. In the summer, about 68 million served to attract Nick Pope, Sven Botman and Matt Target. Another 55 million euros more closed the squad that has returned Newcastle to the Champions League after drawing against Leicester City on Monday night. The magpies needed a point and they got it. He dominated throughout the match, but had to put up with the final rush from a Leicester who is still in the relegation zone.

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  • 22

    Nick Pope

  • 5

    schar

  • 4

    Sven Botmann

  • 2

    trippier

  • 33

    Dan Burn

  • 36

    Sean Longstaff

  • 39

    Bruno Guimaraes

  • 32

    Elliott Anderson
    (76′)

  • 24

    Miguel Angel Almiron
    (87′)

  • 14

    Isaac

  • 9

    callum wilson
    (67′)

  • Dock
  • 23

    murphy
    (76′)

  • 13

    Matt Targett

  • 10

    Saint Maximin
    (67′)

  • 12

    Jamal Lewis

  • 1

    Martin Dubravka

  • 8

    Anthony Gordon
    (87′)

  • 30

    Harrison Ashby

  • 81

    lewis miley

  • 3

    Dummett

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  • 31

    Daniel Iversen

  • fifteen

    harry souttar

  • 3

    Wout Faes

  • 6

    evans
    (62′)

  • 33

    Luke Thomas

  • 27

    Castagne

  • 25

    Onyinye Ndidi
    (88′)

  • 42

    Boubakary Soumare

  • 8

    tielemans

  • 14

    K. Iheanacho
    (Four. Five’)

  • 9

    Vardy
    (62′)

  • Dock
  • 10

    James Madison
    (Four. Five’)

  • 7

    Barnes
    (62′)

  • 37

    mattheus

  • 12

    alex smithies

  • 24

    Nampalys Mendy
    (88′)

  • twenty

    Patson Daka
    (62′)

  • 16

    Victor Bernth Kristansen

  • 26

    Praet

  • 18

    Amartey

Changes

James Madison (45′, Kelechi Iheanacho), Patson Daka (62′, Jonny Evans), Harvey Barnes (62′, Jamie Vardy), Allan Saint Maximin (67′, Callum Wilson), Jacob Murphy (76′, Elliott Anderson), Anthony Gordon (87′, Miguel Almirón), Nampalys Mendy (88′, Wilfred Ndidi)

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Referee: André Mariner
VAR Referee: Darren England, Richard West
Bruno Guimaraes (7′,Yellow) Isaac (26′,Yellow)

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