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DeAndre Yedlin Has Become A Key Performer For League-Leading Newcastle United

DeAndre Yedlin put in his best performance of the season on Saturday as Newcastle United thrashed Rotherham to go top of the EFL Championship. Yedlin registered two assists in the 4-0 victory, and he’s fast becoming a consistent game changer on the right-hand side of defense for the Magpies.

Freestyle YouTube Football Star Gets His Chance With Newcastle United

21-year-old winger Yasin Ben El-Mhanni made his Newcastle United debut in the FA Cup on Wednesday, but what made the story truly remarkable was that El-Mhanni was already a household name amongst those who frequently watch football freestyle videos on YouTube.

Nile Ranger Is In Trouble Again

Every year, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales issues a plea to the website's users to donate to the nonprofit, ensuring that it maintains its independence, remains ad free and continues to perform optimally. However, according to The Washington Post, the nonprofits’s appeals have been so effective over the years that the website has tens of millions of dollars sitting in reserve. 

Jonjo Shelvey Might Get Suspended For Racism

Jonjo Shelvey is in trouble.

Jonjo Shelvey is in trouble because he is alleged to have racially abused Wolves player Romain Saiss earlier this month. Should Shelvey be found to have used the racist language he is accused of having used, he faces a minimum five-match ban, though it should probably be more like the eight-game ban Luis Suarez received for racially abusing Patrice Evra a few years ago.

DeAndre Yedlin Registered A Brilliant, Game-Winning Assist For Newcastle United

An extremely eventful week for American fullback DeAndre Yedlin ended on a high note with a brilliant assist against Cardiff City on Saturday and a call-up to the USMNT on Sunday.

Adam Armstrong Scores The Goal Of A Genius With Two Undefendable Touches

For three years now Newcastle United supporters have been somewhat patiently waiting for local lad Adam Armstrong to be given a chance in the first team. The 19-year-old striker was dominant on loan at Coventry City in League One last year, scoring 20 goals in 40 matches.

This season, Newcastle have loaned him to Barnsley, a side in the Championship — the same division as themselves. Armstrong has scored two goals in six appearances for the South Yorkshire club, but his debut goal was the finest of his professional career to date.

Life In The Second Division Is A Killer For Supporters Abroad

There is nothing worse from a football supporters’ perspective than not knowing how to find your side’s game on television. Perhaps it’s a sign of the times that with a click of the remote or a flick of one’s fingers on the keyboard, you’re immediately given access to a global range of football matches. 

Long gone are the days of pouring through websites in Russian or staying up until the early hours of the morning to catch a game on tape delay. Soccer has truly arrived — unless of course you’re a Newcastle United supporter and want to watch the English League Championship.

DeAndre Yedlin Unplayable In First Newcastle United League Start

Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez’s preference for the tactically astute Vernon Anita at right-back has made league minutes tough to come by for DeAndre Yedlin. However, a three-match suspension for Anita opened the door for the 23-year-old American.

Yedlin was preferred to the Spaniard Jesus Gamez on Saturday for Newcastle’s league encounter with Aston Villa. The American seized his opportunity with a man of the match display but was unfortunately subbed off due to an apparent ankle injury in the 73rd minute.

DeAndre Yedlin Scores His First Goal In England During Superb Newcastle Performance

Newcastle United won their fourth straight league match on Saturday, climbing to second in the English Championship following their 2-0 victory over Derby County. Yoan Gouffran earned Newcastle an early advantage with his 20th minute strike before being substituted in the 73rd minute for DeAndre Yedlin. Yedlin would secure the three points for Newcastle by doubling their advantage in second-half stoppage time.

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