Results for Newcastle United vs Spurs

A win and a signing

3:52 pm

Newcastle United 0 SPURS 2


Hello once again. I'm back from Slovakia (Bratislava) and the Czech Republic (Brno), two places that I can highly recommend anyone travelling to. Both are beautiful cities and the people in the Czech republic extremely helpful.

A shop keeper shut her shop and went into several shops finding someone who could tell us where to get a taxi from. She didn't speak a word of English, all the younger generation do and were only too pleased to help. A beer was £1.33 and a 12" Magaretta pizza £4 in Brno. A couple of beers in Bratislava and an apple juice was about 6 euros.

After a three-hour delay it was half past midnight before the key was in the door and I have now watched a replay of the opening Newcastle United victory, a satisfactory start to the season. Kyle Walker-Peters had a reasonable game, he did look vulnerable when someone cut inside him, but all in all a good debut Premier League game for him.

Two assists from Eriksen, the first a beautiful pick out of Dele Alli's run, before Davies tucked away for the second. A win was all we needed from the opening day and that is duly what we got, unlike Chelsea or Liverpool, who had both spent the money some are clamouring for.

Kevin Wimmer looks like departing to WBA for £15 million I see, not a bad fee for a player who hardly ever plays so a replacement will have to come in.

We have signed 21-year-old (22 next June) Colombian centre-back Davinson Sánchez from Ajax for a reported £42 million. The fact that we have given him a 6-year deal suggests we rate hi very highly.

"I am very excited to be signing for such a famous club as Tottenham Hotspur. I am looking forward to working with [manager] Mauricio Pochettino and the players and meeting everyone there."

Juan Foyth, as we know, is a highly promising young Argentinian centre-back who also wants to come to Tottenham and refused to sign for PSG, despite his club Estudiantes de La Plata and the French club reaching agreement on a fee.

If he completed his move we would have Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Dier, Sanchez, Carter-Vickers and Foyth. That allows for rotation and for Dier to rotate with Wanyama. Next up some attacking options perhaps.

A full replay of each half from NBC - Newcastle United vs Spurs









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