Oh no, Newcastle has more unfavorable news regarding injuries…

Today, there was more negative news regarding Newcaste’s injuries.

With ten first-team players already sidelined due to injury, Callum Wilson’s hamstring injury may keep him out of the lineup for six weeks, which would mean he would miss the final ten games of the season, according to Luke Edwards of the Telegraph.

Furthermore, Sven Botman’s knee injury may require surgery, which would require three more months of recovery time, if treatment is not successful.

When he returned to the jury in August, he injured his knee.

Newcastle is not going to like this news.

Unbeknownst to us, Newcastle’s talisman Sean Longstaff is doubtful for our upcoming home match against Chelsea on Saturday, November 25th, due to a swollen ankle.

We do know that Harvey Baranes will soon be able to return to action for Newcastle, and Alexander Isak should be ready for our upcoming match.

The good news is that Almiron’s right hamstring tear is only a grade one, so recovery time should be two to three weeks.

However, the ten games left before the end of the year could have a negative impact on our Premier League and League Cup standings.

We need four players who can arrive at Newcastle and start producing right away. We are fairly certain the owners are trying to bring in new players, hopefully early in January.

The circumstances from when we were battling relegation two years ago are strikingly similar.

At this point, our goals are to win the League (Carabao) Cup and place in the top four of the Premier League for the second consecutive year.

But today’s news is not good.


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