Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren has defended the club's decision not to recruit defenders in January as he faces a fresh injury crisis during a relegation fight.
The Magpies entertain West Brom on Saturday still sitting inside the Barclays Premier League's bottom three and are two points shy of safety with time running out fast.
McClaren will be without a specialist left-back and is down to his last two central defenders for a game which increasingly looks like a must-win affair after Chancel...
Newcastle goalkeeper Rob Elliot has apologised to fans after their dismal defeat at Everton.
The 3-0 loss at Goodison Park, which saw the Magpies concede two late penalties and have substitute Jamaal Lascelles sent off in the dying seconds to cap a poor team display, left Steve McClaren's side two points from safety.
Saturday's visit of West Brom, who are eight points ahead in 14th, takes on huge significance and Elliot accepts the players owe supporters something.
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Ex-Newcastle defender Mike Williamson believes owner Mike Ashley's spending spree could change public opinion about him.
The centre-back, who left for Wolves last month, feels Ashley has shown his ambition after Newcastle were the highest spending team in the Premier League during the transfer window.
Newcastle United stumble on through a Premier League campaign that is still threatening to end in tears.
The last time Newcastle were relegated, in 2009, they went down because of political backdrop that resulted in four managers taking charge of the team in nine months.
Even with proven Premier League stars like Mark Viduka, Michael Owen, Damien Duff and Steve Harper on board the Magpies went down on the final game of the season.
Fast forward to 2016 and the club are supposed to be in a much more...