CHN Links: Thursday Edition

Good morning, Toon Army. International breaks are long. Good thing neither England nor the US laid an egg this week...


Strip courtesy of studs-up.com, larger version may be found here.


As expected, Chris Hughton is not overlooking Wigan. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Charles N'Zogbia is bracing for a negative reaction from The Toon Army on Saturday. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle) Ryder goes on to blog that a hostile atmosphere could light a fire under the Newcastle players. (Blog on the Tyne)

Andy Carroll is not worried about not being called up for England, saying he is focused on scoring for The Magpies. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Mike Williamson and Sol Campbell have had an easy chemistry, and Williamson credits Sol's personality for making it so. (The Journal)

Tim Krul says he can handle playing twice in 5 days. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Jonas Gutierrez understands the team's expectations and says they can live up to them. (Stuart Rayner, The Journal)

Chris Hughton is eager to sign an extension. (Sky Sports)

Nigel de Jong is thinking about quitting international football. Yawn. (Daniel Taylor, The Guardian) Chris Hughton brushed off talk of dangerous tackles. (MirrorFootball) Hughton also said that Hatem ben Arfa is in good spirits. (Sky Sports)

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