Today's Top Words:
newcastle united benitez from rafa but sign transfer season manchester summer who club longstaff would
Salomon Rondon couldn’t be clearer about how he’s now feeling at Newcastle “I’m really happy”

Below is a summary of the full article. Click here for the full version or go back to NUFC Live

A superb Salomon Rondon free-kick appeared to ave set Newcastle on their way to a first Premier League away win in three months.

Salomon Rondon has now equalled his best ever previous goal tally in the Premier League and now has seven games left to beat it.

Only for Mike Dean to intervene with a shocking penalty decision to help turn the game, Newcastle needing an arguably even better Matt Ritchie volleyed finish to rescue a point.



No doubts about how the player himself feels, declaring ‘I’m really happy.

He has actually scored nine PL goals in his last 19 starts, suggesting that with a proper pre-season at Newcastle he could leave his past record of 24 PL goals at West Brom in three seasons well behind.

His first season at West Brom saw the striker score nine Premier League goals in 2015/16 plus one in the domestic cups.

At Mike Ashley’s Newcastle though, most fans think it is more likely that the owner will be happy to see both Salomon Rondon and Rafa Benitez walk away, as he is set to yet again refuse to back a manager and fail to allow a very good player to be bought simply because he turns 30 in September.
Click to visit themag | Click to return to NUFC Live
Share NUFC Live



Dont Buy The Sun



rss icon



Arsenal News - Chelsea News - Everton News - Liverpool FC News - Man City News - Manchester United News - Newcastle News - Spurs News - West Ham News - Celtic News - Rangers News - < - Contact

©2018 NUFC Live.

Valid XHTML 1.0 StrictDont Buy The Sun [Valid RSS]