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PIF’s governor Yasir Al-Rumayyan became the Co-chairman of Newcastle, He serves alongside Alexander Bickerton, Amanda Staveley and Jamie Reuben and Amanda’s husband Mehrdad Ghodoussi. Stadium Speaker[edit] Duration Title 2010– Rob Byron Main 2023 Steve Farrell Guest Honours[edit] Source:[169] League First Division / Premier League (level 1) Champions: 1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, 1926–27 Runners-up: 1995–96, 1996–97 Second Division / First Division / Championship (level 2) Champions: 1964–65, 1992–93, 2009–10, 2016–17 Runners-up: 1897–98, 1947–48 Cup FA Cup Winners: 1909–10, 1923–24, 1931–32, 1950–51, 1951–52, 1954–55 Runners-up: 1904–05, 1905–06, 1907–08, 1910–11, 1973–74, 1997–98, 1998–99 Football League Cup / EFL Cup Runners-up: 1975–76, 2022–23 FA Charity Shield Winners: 1909 Runners-up: 1932, 1951, 1952, 1955, 1996 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Winners: 1968–69 Minor titles Sheriff of London Charity Shield Winners: 1907 Texaco Cup Winners: 1973–74, 1974–75 UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners: 2006 Anglo-Italian Cup Winners: 1973 References[edit] ^ "Premier League Handbook 2022/23" (PDF). [98] Previous sleeve sponsors include MRF Tyres (2017–2018), StormGain (2019–2020), ICM. com (2020–2021), and Kayak (2021–2022). [citation needed] Other current team sponsors include Fun88, Parimatch, Carling, Monster Energy, eToro, BoyleSports, Dr. Cinik Hair Hospital, TOMKET, Pulman, Cybit and Energy Impact Limited. [160] In 2015, some Newcastle fans boycotted games in protest of club management by Mike Ashley, and they were supported by famous club fans like Sting and Jimmy Nail. [160][161] Records and statistics[edit] Statue of the club's record goalscorer Alan Shearer, outside St James' Park As of the 2022–23 season, Newcastle United have spent 91 seasons in the top-flight. They are eighth in the all-time Premier League table and have the ninth-highest total of major honours won by an English club with 11 wins. [16] The success of the team was in part due to the attacking talent of players like David Ginola, Les Ferdinand and Alan Shearer, who was signed on 30 July 1996 for a then world record fee of £15 million. [17][18] Keegan left Newcastle in January 1997 and was replaced by Kenny Dalglish, however the club endured a largely unsuccessful season with a 13th-place finish in the 1997–98 FA Premier League, failure to progress beyond the group stages of the 1997–98 UEFA Champions League despite beating Barcelona and group winners Dynamo Kyiv at home as well as coming from 2–0 down to draw 2–2 with Valeriy Lobanovskyi's team in Ukraine and defeat in the 1998 FA Cup Final. [162] The holder of the record for the most appearances is Jimmy Lawrence, having made 496 first team appearances between 1904 and 1921. [163] The club's top goalscorer is Alan Shearer, who scored 206 goals in all competitions between 1996 and 2006. [164] Andy Cole holds the record for the most goals scored in a season: 41 in the 1993–94 season in the Premier League. [163] Shay Given is the most capped international for the club, with 134 appearances for Republic of Ireland. [163] The club's widest victory margin in the league was in the 13–0 win against Newport County in the Second Division in 1946. [112] Since 1982, the stadium has been served by St James Metro station on the Tyne and Wear Metro. The station is decorated in a black and white colour scheme, with archive photographs of the club's players. [113] The club's current training ground is the Newcastle United Training Centre, located at Darsley Park, which is north of the city at Benton. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Out on loan[edit] Reserves and Academy[edit] Notable players[edit] Player of the Year[edit] Source: Newcastle United F. C. Season Winner 1975–76 Alan Gowling 1976–77 Micky Burns 1977–78 Irving Nattrass 1978–79 Peter Withe 1979–80 Alan Shoulder 1980–81 Kevin Carr 1981–82 Mick Martin 1982–83 Kevin Keegan 1983–84 1984–85 Peter Beardsley 1985–86 1986–87 Paul Goddard 1987–88 Paul Gascoigne 1988–89 John Hendrie 1989–90 Micky Quinn 1990–91 John Burridge 1991–92 Gavin Peacock 1992–93 Lee Clark 1993–94 Andy Cole 1994–95 Barry Venison 1995–96 Darren Peacock 1996–97 Steve Watson 1997–98 David Batty 1998–99 Alan Shearer 1999–2000 2000–01 Shay Given 2001–02 Nolberto Solano 2002–03 2003–04 Olivier Bernard 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 Nicky Butt 2007–08 Habib Beye 2008–09 Sébastien Bassong 2009–10 José Enrique 2010–11 Fabricio Coloccini 2011–12 Tim Krul 2012–13 Davide Santon 2013–14 Mike Williamson 2014–15 Daryl Janmaat 2015–16 Rob Elliot 2016–17 Ciaran Clark 2017–18 Jamaal Lascelles 2018–19 Salomón Rondón 2019–20 Martin Dúbravka 2020–21 Callum Wilson 2021–22 Joelinton 2022–23 Kieran Trippier Club officials[edit] Current backroom staff[edit] First team[edit] Eddie Howe was hired as manager in November 2021 Position Staff Manager Eddie Howe Joint Assistant Manager Jason Tindall Graeme Jones First-Team Coach Stephen Purches Simon Weatherstone Head of Goalkeeping Adam Bartlett Goalkeeping Coach Shwan Jalal Head of Medicine Paul Catterson Head Physiotherapist Danny Murphy Senior Physiotherapist Nathan Ring Physiotherapist Aaron Harris Daniel Marti Head of Rehabilitation Sean Beech Head of Strength & Conditioning Nick Grantham Strength & Conditioning Coach James Allan Head of Performance Dan Hodges First Team Coach Analyst Mark Leyland Performance Analyst Kieran Taylor Lead Sports Scientist Liam Mason Sports Scientist John Fitzpatrick Head of Media & Communications Lee Marshall Photographer Serena Taylor Under-21 and under-18 teams[edit] Academy Manager Steve Harper Head of Coach Development Jack Ross Head of Player Development Mark Atkinson Loan Coordinator Shola Ameobi Assistant Loan Coordinator Peter Ramage Under-21 Head Coach Ben Dawson Under-21 Assistant Coach Neil Winskill Under-18 Head Coach Graeme Carrick Under-18 Assistant Coach Chris Moore Under-15 Head Coach Ian Bogie Tony Caig Doctor Tom Holland Stephen Weir Andy Campbell Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach Craig Musham Head of Academy Sports Science Simon Tweddle Lead Academy Sports Scientist James Newton Academy Sports Scientist Jake Dunlop Angelos Eleftheriadis Scouting team[edit] Head of Recruitment Steve Nickson Head of First Team Scouting Andy Howe Scout Samuel Chesney-Benson Mick Tait Guy Ipoua Lead Video Analyst Ciaran Hughes Positional Analyst Josh Appleyard Oliver Slater Graeme Tiffin Chris Nix Peter Clark Head of Youth Recruitment Paul Midgley Head of UK scouting 13-18 Paul McLaren Lead North Scout Paul Baker Lead South Scout Delroy Ebanks Head of Local Recruitment Glenn Craggs U5-U11 Recruitment Officer Drew Beardsley North West Regional scout Andy Basterfield North West West Regional scout Dean Edwards Yorkshire Regional Scout Wayne Spooner Midlands Regional Scout Amos Mukiza Ross Thorpe London/South East Regional Scout Abdul Habib Dan Risk South West Regional Scout Andy Gill U9-U14 Lead Local Professional Club Scout Eddie Black U9-U14 Local Professional Club Scout Michael Hutchinson Recruitment Operations Manager Claire Burrows Board of directors[edit] Chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan Chief Executive Officer Darren Eales Chief Financial Officer Simon Capper Chief Commercial Officer Peter Silverstone Sporting Director Dan Ashworth Director Amanda Staveley Jamie Reuben Abdulmajid Ahmed Alhagbani Asmaa Mohammed Rezeeq Global Ambassador Management[edit] Co-Chairman Alexander Bickerton Non-Director In 2021, PIF bought Newcastle United from Ashley. [74] Bruce oversaw 13th and 12th-placed finishes during his first two seasons in charge, both of which were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 2021–present: PIF era[edit] On 7 October 2021, after 14 years as owner, Ashley sold the club to a new consortium for a reported £305 million. [75] The consortium was made up of Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, RB Sports & Media and PCP Capital Partners. [76] On 20 October, Bruce left his position by mutual consent, after receiving a reported £8 million payout. [77][78] Eddie Howe was appointed as Bruce's replacement on 8 November. [79] Howe guided the club to an 11th-place finish after a run of 12 wins in their final 18 games, and Newcastle became the first team in Premier League history to avoid relegation after failing to win any of their first 14 games. Their heaviest defeat in the league was 9–0 against Burton Wanderers in the Second Division in 1895. [163] The club's longest number of consecutive seasons in the top flight of English football was 32 from 1898 to 1899 until 1933–34. Newcastle's record home attendance is 68, 386 for a First Division match against Chelsea on 3 September 1930. [163] The club's highest attendance in the Premier League is 52, 389, in a match against Manchester City on 6 May 2012. Newcastle lost the game 2–0. [165] The highest transfer fee received for a Newcastle player is £35 million, from Liverpool for Andy Carroll in January 2011, [166] while the most spent by the club on a player is £63 million, for Alexander Isak from La Liga side Real Sociedad in August 2022. [167] Players[edit] First-team squad[edit] As of 2 September 2023[168] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. "[55] Three days later, Alan Pardew was appointed as manager with a five-and-a-half-year contract. [56] Despite some turbulence, Newcastle were able to finish 12th at the end of the season, with one particular highlight being a 4–4 home draw against Arsenal that saw Newcastle come back from four goals down to claim a point. [57] The start of the 2011–12 season was very successful as they went on to enjoy one of their strongest openings to a season, playing 11 consecutive games unbeaten. [58] Newcastle eventually secured a place in the 2012–13 Europa League with a fifth-place finish, their highest league position since the Bobby Robson days. Newcastle United live score, schedule & player stats 6 hours ago — Newcastle United next match. Newcastle United will play the next match against Paris Saint-Germain on Oct 4, 2023, 7:00:00 PM UTC in UEFA Champions League. Preview for Newcastle vs PSG on October 3, 2023 5 hours ago — vs Union Berlin match page for TV info wherever you live. Where can I stream Newcastle United vs PSG live? 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[33] Despite finishing the 2005–06 season in seventh, Roeder's fortunes changed in the 2006–07 season, with a terrible injury run to the senior squad, and he left the club by mutual consent on 6 May 2007. [34] After the 2006–07 season, and inside the Premier League era, Newcastle United were now the fifth most successful Premiership club in terms of points gained. Newcastle United - BBC Sport 7 hours ago — Eddie Howe has been speaking to the media before Newcastle United's Champions League game against Paris St-Germain on Wednesday. Here are the key lines from his ...


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