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3 Newcastle United players you need to watch out for in the 2016/17 season – Agreed?



Following their relegation to the second tier of English football, Newcastle are coming to terms with the fact that they will not be playing the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool anymore.

Instead, Newcastle fans will be travelling to the likes of Burton Albion and Rotherham United. As a result, a huge culture shock is in store for more or less everyone involved with Newcastle Football Club.

Right from the manager, Rafa Benitez, who is used to the luxuries of the Santiago Bernabeu, to the fans who are used to padded seats at the Emirates Stadium, everyone at Newcastle will have things to get used to something new in the 2016/17 Championship season.

Aside from all the Premier League luxuries they will miss out on, Newcastle most important change will be coming on the pitch.

Yes, there has been an increase in both money and quality in English football’s second divison, but nothing can ever quite compare to the Premier League.

The Newcastle squad will of course have departures and additions to the side but i think there will be an element of Rafa Benitez that will do his very best to keep certain players at the club.

The dire string of results under Steve McLaren was definitely an eye opener for many football fans who saw many Newcastle players refuse to give their all for the club.

However, Benitez still has several players that will be key assets to the club effort to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

FootballLeagueWorld writer, Reece Chambers, identifies THREE players who will be key to Newcastle’s 2016/17 season…

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Article title: 3 Newcastle United players you need to watch out for in the 2016/17 season – Agreed?

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