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Coffee and Newcastle United: Your Morning Links

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Good morning! And welcome back to Coming Home Newcastle, for your daily dosage of links for news involving Newcastle United. Unbelievably slow day, yesterday. It was slim pickings for articles, but hopefully I nabbed a couple that will get you talking, or at least thinking about talking. Without further ado!

What Does Joelinton Offer? - BBC

Nothing. Answer solved for you BBC, Thank you, next. But in all seriousness, this articles does quite a good job of looking at the player’s touches and his effectiveness in the opposition box. Spoiler alert, he’s not all the productive

Ciaran Clark is going to be missed deeply during his injury - The Chronicle

Hate to be the bearer of bad news guys but every time a single defender goes down for Newcastle United, they’ll be missed. This is just another injury in a long line of them that have occurred so far throughout this season. We wish Clark a speedy recovery, however, Steve Bruce said, “it’s not looking good”.

Newcastle United’s Premier League place has been predicted - Shields Gazette

I’d say this sounds about right. Newcastle United have not looked good at all this year, and have managed wins based solely off of rough and tough football. That’s only going to get you so far in a league that’s more and more dominated by speed and skill. Newcastle is keeping up, but not for long.

That’s what’s happening in Newcastle. Here’s what’s happening throughout the league:

Chelsea is back to their struggling ways under Frank Lampard - The Ringer

Former Liverpool player is interested in dipping his foot into managing - Sky Sports

The Premier League has a history, and that means Man City won’t be punished - The Athletic

In Conclusion:

Well, that about does it for me this morning! Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest and greatest on what we’re publishing and all other things Newcastle United! And remember:

Sunderland is still in League One.