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Good morning, Toon Army. Fabio Capello tells us why Andy Carroll was not selected to play against Montenegro and Chris Hughton gives several interviews, all after the jump.


Danny Guthrie scores a penalty against Wigan Athletic in 2008.
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England boss Fabio Capello told Andy Carroll that he needs to continue starting for Newcastle to be considered for a call-up to the national squad. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle) Chris Hughton is expecting better form from his striker. (Matthew Leslie, The Journal) Glenn Roeder thinks Carroll will one day be considered "world class." (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

There's been a lot of worry that with Hatem ben Arfa out, Newcastle will lose its ability to create scoring opportunities. Chris Hughton says his team is very creative, and lists several players who are capable of opening up play. (Mark Douglas, The Journal)

Steven Taylor's contract will not be sold this January, according to Chris Hughton. (Simon Bird, MirrorFootball)

Chris Hughton is glad that Sol Campbell is available for selection and says he would have no problem playing him if necessary. (BPL Official Site)

Danny Simpson played with the reserves against Blackpool, but he wants first team playing time. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)