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Coffee and Newcastle United: Your Daily Links

Kick your morning off with some coffee and some stories about Newcastle United.

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Good morning! Newcastle United is still seven points clear of the relegation zone, and Sunderland are still in League One. All-in-all, can we really hate ourselves? Don’t answer that.

Today we’ve got some links for you. It was a slow news day yesterday but our own Graeme Bell pumped out some solid content, and there are some interesting stories circulating about our beloved club, so without further ado, let’s get to it!

Newcastle United members get into a spat on the train - The Mirror

A handful of Newcastle United players decided to take the train back up North after their devastating defeat to Arsenal, except, what’s a train ride without a little bit of fun, eh? The club maintain that Danny Rose, Allan Saint-Maximin, Nabil Bentaleb and Christian Atsu did nothing wrong. You can watch for yourselves.

The Decision to Sign Andy Carroll was a PR Stunt - The Chronicle

I mean, I don’t disagree with this statement. Andy Carroll is well beyond his prime and didn’t even manage to be good then due to injury. He’s a far cry from the player we had seen ten years ago. That being said, he has made some crucial contributions here and there. But the signing was definitely Mike Ashley attempting to right a wrong made ten years ago. All we got were Liverpool’s sloppy seconds.

Newcastle United is Stumbling to Safety - Coming Home Newcastle

You didn’t read this already? You should probably reevaluate your priorities. Seriously, man.

Around the League:

Gary Neville predicts that the UCL will overturn its ban on Manchester City - Sky Sports

Wait...there are 34 records Jurgen Klopp could break? - Talksport

Is the winter break unfair to the Premier League? - Daily Mail

In conclusion:

That’s all for this morning guys! Hope you read and enjoy! Have a great rest of your Tuesday, stay out of trouble, and remember:

Sunderland are still in League One.