Newcastle United’s players have cancelled their Christmas party after a run of defeats left the club just a point above the relegation zone. The squad had planned a night out after this afternoon’s game at Arsenal. However, they scrapped their festive plans after losing seven of their last eight Premier League games. Manager Rafa Benitez said: “The players have decided to cancel their Christmas party, because they’ve taken responsibility and they think it’s important to focus on football.
Rafa Benitez says he saw Wayne Rooney flatten Matt Ritchie during Newcastle United’s defeat to Everton. Rooney – who scored the only goal of the game – appeared to catch Ritchie in the face with his elbow. The incident happened in front of referee Martin Atkinson. However, the official – who dismissed United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey late in the game for two bookable offences – didn’t punish Rooney. Asked about the incident, United manager Benitez said: “Yes, I saw that. I saw both.
Rafa Benitez’s confident he can persuade players to join Newcastle United – despite the club’s lowly league position. Benitez met Lee Charnley, the club’s managing director, for talks this week ahead of next month’s transfer window. United’s manager wants to strengthen a squad which has been found wanting in the first half of the campaign. The situation, however, is complicated by the ongoing takeover talks at Newcastle, which was put up for sale by owner Mike Ashley.
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