Newcastle United have struggled to find their feet in the current campaign as they face early-season relegation worries.
The Magpies are in a spot of bother right now and don’t look like improving anytime soon, with Rafa Benitez struggling to rally his troops.
Indeed, Newcastle could certainly do with some added quality after a massively disappointing start to proceedings. Of course, in this day and age, success would be so much easier to achieve if the Tyneside club could create their dream XI that would consist of some of the greats over the past 10 years or so.
With that in mind, here’s a look at Newcastle United’s dream XI that could easily secure a top four spot…
NEWCASTLE UNITED’S DREAM XI
Shay Given came to the rescue on a number of times for Newcastle United during his time at St James’ Park and will go down as one of the best to ever play in-between the sticks.
Deandre Yedlin has been one of the standout performers this season for the Magpies as he continues to terrorise defences down the right-hand flank. On the opposite side will be Jose Enrique, who was an absolute pleasure to watch during his time at St James’ Park, while one of England’s most promising defenders, Jamaal Lascelles, lines up alongside Fabio Coloccini at the heart of the defence.
Nobby Solano proved to be a midfield sensation during his time on Tyneside and will always be remembered for his famous outside of the boot goal against Everton. Meanwhile, Jonjo Shelvey has kept things together in the middle of the park in recent years, and Yohan Cabaye arguably enjoyed his best years at the club.
Lastly, the Magpies’ dream attack would consist of Hatem Ben Arfa, Demba Ba and Andy Carroll. The Frenchman was simply magical at St James’ Park at times, with his skill and dribbling ability attracting many admirers. Also, the likes of Ba and Carroll managed to find the back of the net with ease, and arguably enjoyed their best footballing years at Newcastle United.
Newcastle United fans – Thoughts?
Let us know down below!!!Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience