Duo Signed for Newcastle United

September 01 14:15 2007 Print This Article

We have signed two new players to play for Newcastle United, with the chance to go straight-in the first team squad on Saturday’ match against Wigan at St. James’ Park. Abdoulaye Faye and Habib Beye have been signed for Newcastle United yesterday.

Habib Beye
Habib Beye has signed a three-year deal with Newcastle on a transfer fees around €4millions (£2.7million), was appearing on the 2-2 Newcastle reserve draw with macKems, after passed his medical check-up.

The 29-year-old Senegal star Beye, who can operate as a right-back or centre-back, was skipper of the French club having joined from Strasbourg in 2003. He featured in both legs of Marseille’s UEFA Cup semi-final victory over Newcastle United in 2004, but was on the losing side in the final against Valencia.

Beye will also re-united with his fellow Senegal national team mates, Abdoulaye Faye, who also have signed a three-year contract with Newcastle United.

Faye will work again with Sam Allardyce. He is first signed for the Trotters under Big Sam in 2005 and went on to make 60 Premiership appearances, scoring three times for the Lancashire club.

I think Big Sam has finished the puzzles, and now he can concentrate on Saturday’s England Premier League match at home against Wigan. Both new players looks like will have their first test of the Premier League game, as we are less of covers on the back four. Carr and Ramage both are sidelined for injury.

Predictions? 3-0 for Newcastle, and Mike Ashley will once again wearing his lucky number 17 jerseys 🙂 Howay the Lads!!!

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