Tyneside rivalry continues as Dummett breaks loose in Sunderland
If you’re a Newcastle fan, you’re loving life all over again after the club’s official announcement of a full takeover and Mike Ashley’s long-awaited getaway.
Magpies defender Paul Dummett was quick to remind Black Cats supporters of the current gap between bitter rivals that will widen rapidly after Yasir Al-Rumayyan and a Saudi-backed consortium completed the purchase and are expected to institute immediately a considerable spending spree. in an effort to get the club back on track in quick order.
Meanwhile in Sunderland…. pic.twitter.com/KhjZp8Yq7U
– Paul Dummett (@PaulDummett) October 7, 2021
As for Sunderland, the situation has been dire for quite some time after their relegation from the Premier League at the end of the 2016-17 season.
The Stadium of Light team has yet to return to the top flight of English football, and was immediately relegated to League One after just one season in the Championship in a massive drop down the ladder.
With the club still struggling to return to the Championship after four years in the English third division, Sunderland – which were the subject of the popular Netflix series’ Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ They are expected to be frustrated by the current situation affecting their biggest national rival.
While the full acquisition of Newcastle will not guarantee success, the possibility of the club undergoing a rapid transformation similar to that of Chelsea and Manchester City remains high.
Reaction against the acquisition of Newcastle
While few in St. James’ Park will complain about the hopeful reinforcement plan that looks set to start in January, many outside of Newcastle’s camp have pointed to the ethics behind the successful purchase.
Wherever you are in Newcastle’s takeover, the Premier League has moved.
Doesn’t the Saudi state run the club? The PIF and Saudi Arabia are the same. At least let’s be honest about it. pic.twitter.com/L2kHoe8Wk1
– Paul Hayward (@_PaulHayward) October 7, 2021
Claims that there is little or no difference between the Public Investment Fund and the Saudi state government itself have a sense that the league’s hierarchy has leaned toward outside investment and an increase in the global profile of the leagues.
With Saudi doors and televisions now open to the world’s most popular league, money reaching the top tier of English football will only increase. Whether or not this was the main goal of the leagues remains to be seen, but if Newcastle starts to win silver, hardly anyone will complain.
Newcastle betting odds, next game:
Newcastle vs Tottenham Odds: Result, Both Teams to Score, Correct Score and Goalscorer
Latest Newcastle Videos
Wolves 2 Newcastle United 1 | Highlights of the Premier League
Action from the match of Newcastle United’s 2-1 loss at Molineux.
2021-10-02T21: 00: 16Z
Newcastle United 4 Middlesbrough 1 | Premier League 2
See live as Newcastle United take on Middlesbrough in a Premier League 2 match …
2021-10-01T21: 42: 23Z
Premier League table
|1||Chelsea Football Club||7||12||sixteen|
|6||Brighton and Hove Albion||7||3||14|
|9||West Ham United||7||4||eleven|
|Salah, Mohamed||Liverpool FC||6|
|Vardy, Jamie||Leicester City||6|
|Antonio, Michail||West Ham United||5|
|Fernandes, Bruno||United manchester||4|
|Mane, Sadio||Liverpool FC||4|
|Maupay, Neal||Brighton and Hove Albion||4|
|Sarr, Ismael||Watford FC||4|
|Townsend, Andros||Everton FC||3|
|Benrahma said||West Ham United||3|
|Son, Heung Min||Tottenham Hotspur||3|
|Gray, Demarai||Everton FC||3|
|Ronaldo, Cristiano||United manchester||3|
|Lukaku, Romelu||Chelsea Football Club||3|
|Calvert-Lewin, Dominic||Everton FC||3|
|Jota, Diogo||Liverpool FC||3|
|Hwang, Hee-chan||Wolverhampton Wanderers||3|
|Greenwood, Mason||United manchester||3|
|Doucoure, Abdoulaye||Everton FC||2|
|Jesus, Gabriel||Manchester city||2|
|Player||Team||Red cards||Yellow cards|
|Dennis, Emmanuel||Watford FC||0||4|
|Jump, oliver||Tottenham Hotspur||0||4|
|Pogba, Paul||United manchester||0||3|
|Doucoure, Abdoulaye||Everton FC||0||3|
|Rice, Declan||West Ham United||0||3|
|Cooper, Liam||Leeds United||0||3|
|Norgaard, Christian||Brentford fc||0||3|
|Tarkowski, James||FC Burnley||0||3|
|Veltman, Joel||Brighton and Hove Albion||0||3|
|Brownhill, Josh||FC Burnley||0||3|
|Etebo, Oghenekaro||Watford FC||0||3|
|Djenepo, Moussa||Southampton FC||0||3|
|Antonio, Michail||West Ham United||0||1|
|Fernandes, Bruno||United manchester||0||2|
|Maupay, Neal||Brighton and Hove Albion||0||2|
|Jimenez, Raul||Wolverhampton Wanderers||0||2|
|Gallagher, Conor||crystal Palace||0||2|
|Alonso, Marcos||Chelsea Football Club||0||2|
|Ward Prowse, James||Southampton FC||1||1|
|Pogba, Paul||United manchester||7|
|Doucoure, Abdoulaye||Everton FC||4|
|Jesus, Gabriel||Manchester city||4|
|Salah, Mohamed||Liverpool FC||3|
|Antonio, Michail||West Ham United||3|
|Saint-Maximin, Allan||Newcastle united||3|
|Kovacic, Mateo||Chelsea Football Club||3|
|Townsend, Andros||Everton FC||2|
|Benrahma said||West Ham United||2|
|Ings, Danny||Aston Villa||2|
|Toney, Ivan||Brentford fc||2|
|Jimenez, Raul||Wolverhampton Wanderers||2|
|Bamford, Patrick||Leeds United||2|
|James, Reece||Chelsea Football Club||2|
|Azpilicueta, Cesar||Chelsea Football Club||2|
|Gross, Pascal||Brighton and Hove Albion||2|
|King, Joshua||Watford FC||2|
|Pereira, Ricardo||Leicester City||2|
|Alexander-Arnold, Trento||Liverpool FC||2|
|Rice, Declan||West Ham United||2|