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PremierLeague-News.Com - Newcastle have a number of issues to iron out ahead of Friday's trip to Leicester

North East UK news Newcastle United 'in picture' to sign young Dutch star PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Newcastle have a number of issues to iron out ahead of Friday's trip to Leicester

North East UK news  Newcastle United 'in picture' to sign young Dutch star  PremierLeague-News.Com
04 May 2021 - 03:16

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Here is your 4am Newcastle United digest. Dutch reports link Newcastle with Vitesse defender According to De Telegraaf, via Sport Witness, Newcastle are in the hunt to sign Vitesse defender Danilho Doekhi. Newcastle, as well as Fulham, Norwich, Atalanta and Rangers, have been linked with the 22-year-old Dutch u21 international. Doekhi is under contract at the Gelredome until the end of next season and has been an integral part of a Vitesse side that reached the Dutch Cup final and are on course to qualify for European football next season. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Newcastle owner Ashley didn't escape Carragher's attention after Manchester United fans' protest Jamie Carragher has revealed he is behind supporters who protest against 'what is not right' at their football clubs - and that includes Newcastle United fans. Manchester United's game against Liverpool was postponed on Sunday after around 200 fans broke into Old Trafford to make their feelings clear against the Glazers a couple of hours before kick-off. It was the first time a Premier League fixture had been called off because of a fan protest and comes just two weeks after it emerged the Red Devils had agreed to join the European Super League before subsequently pulling out following a fierce backlash. Fans may be unable to attend games at the moment but Carragher has certainly noted how they have made themselves heard in recent weeks. “I think two weeks ago, supporters all over through the Super League came together for the first time," he told Sky Sports. "I’ve just been looking on my phone and you see the reaction of Liverpool supporters, but you go back a few weeks and Liverpool supporters were maybe involved in something with a bus [Real Madrid's window being smashed] and got plenty of criticism. There will always be idiots who get involved in this. “This thing that Manchester United fans have done, I actually think it's a good thing in terms of protesting about what you are not happy about is going on at the club. "There will always be one or two people who take it too far and that's not just the protest.

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. There's always someone who does something stupid. “Should that ruin it for everyone and should that dominate the news? No and it shouldn’t dominate things when it’s other clubs. "I see supporters from other clubs trying to score points, but protesting about what is not right at your football club, I’m behind that and I'm behind that from any set of supporters, whether that be Newcastle fans with Mike Ashley, Arsenal fans against [Stan] Kroenke, whoever it is." Read More Related Articles Newcastle United evening headlines as Magpies 'send scouts' to watch Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer Read More Related Articles 'God-like status' - Arsenal great Kevin Campbell backs Joe Willock to make Newcastle move permanent Steve Bruce still confident that Newcastle United can avoid nervous finale to season Steve Bruce admits that Newcastle United missed a huge opportunity to seal their Premier League place against Arsenal on Sunday. Victory for Newcastle would have left Fulham 12 points behind them and their only hope of finishing ahead the Magpies then coming down to goal difference. In all truth, Fulham still have to win all of their final four games and hope Newcastle fail to pick up any more points. When asked about the situation after the game, Bruce said: "Well, we're a damn sight better than we were a month ago. "We're disappointed at our second defeat in nine – just at the right time, we hit a bit of form. "We haven't played well enough to beat Arsenal - a good Arsenal team, in my opinion. "I've said all along it's your accumulation of points. "We've got four left." You can read the full story, here.

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