2013–14 Newcastle United F.C. season

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Newcastle United
2013–14 season
Chairman Mike Ashley
Manager Alan Pardew
Stadium St James' Park
Premier League 10th
FA Cup Third round
League Cup Fourth round
Top goalscorer League:
Loïc Rémy (14)

All:
Loïc Rémy (14)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

In the 2013–14 football season, English club Newcastle United competed in the Premier League for the fourth consecutive season. It was Newcastle United's 121st season of professional football.

This article shows statistics and lists details of all matches played by the club during the season.

Chronological list of events[edit]

16 June 2013: Ex-manager Joe Kinnear is appointed director of football to widespread objection from Newcastle fans. The Irishman signed a three-year contract with the Magpies.

17 June 2013: Kinnear's interview with Talksport sees him make multiple false claims, including having signed Dean Holdsworth for Wimbledon for £50,000 (it was actually £650,000), sold Robbie Earle, signed goalkeeper Tim Krul and defender James Perch when he was previously Newcastle manager for just over four months during the 2008–09 season, winning the LMA manager of the year award three times (he only won it once), signing John Hartson for Wimbledon on a free transfer (Hartson cost Wimbledon £7.5 million), and to have managed Wimbledon for over ten years when it was only seven. He also mispronounced the names of plenty of people, including managing director Derek Llambias, calling him Derek "Llambiaze".

18 June 2013: Newcastle confirm the appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football.[1]

19 June 2013: The 2013–14 Premier League fixtures are released, giving Newcastle a tough trip to face runners-up Manchester City, who had appointed Manuel Pellegrini as manager the previous week. On the same day, Derek Llambias resigned as managing director following Joe Kinnear's appointment.

27 June 2013: Defender Danny Simpson leaves for relegated Queens Park Rangers on a free transfer and signs a three-year deal with the west Londoners.

3 July 2013: Defensive midfielder James Perch leaves for Wigan Athletic, another side relegated from the Premier League, for £750,000.

4 July 2013: 16-year-old Olivier Kemen signs for the Magpies for an undisclosed fee from Metz, the French under-17 international striker will play for the Academy and is known as "the new Alex Song".

11 July 2013: Sky Sports and BT Sport reveal their live Premier League fixtures up to the end of November, with Sky picking Newcastle's opener at Manchester City, switching it to 19 August, the Magpies' trip to Everton with that game also being changed to a Monday night, on 30 September. Also on Sky for the Magpies are the first Tyne–Wear derby of the season at Sunderland being put back to 27 October with an unusual 4pm kick-off; the trip to Tottenham Hostpur a fortnight alter becoming a midday kick–off on 10 November; and the home match with West Bromwich Albion staying on 30 November but kicking off at 5.30pm. BT Sport switch two of Alan Pardew's side's fixtures to 12:45pm Saturday kick-offs, against Liverpool on 19 October and Chelsea on 2 November.

16 July 2013: Newcastle win their first pre season friendly 4–2 away to Scottish side Motherwell, who qualified for the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round. Goals from Haris Vučkić, Yoan Gouffran, Moussa Sissoko and Sylvain Marveaux give an impressive Magpies side the victory.

20 July 2013: Newcastle suffer a shock 3–1 defeat to Portuguese club Rio Ave, with Pardew's team 3–0 down at half-time before Shola Ameobi pulled one back for the Tynesiders whilst Rob Elliot saved a Sandro Lima penalty.

23 July 2013: Shola Ameobi scores for the second friendly in succession, this time to earn the Magpies a decent draw with Paços de Ferreira, who finished third in the Portuguese Primeira Liga the previous season, earning them a first ever UEFA Champions League qualifying place. Both sides finished with ten men after an incident between home scorer Rui Caetano and skipper Fabricio Coloccini saw them both ejected with red cards.

25 July 2013: Papiss Cissé finally agrees to wear the Wonga shirt following a row, as he initially refused to wear the shirt on the grounds of his religious beliefs.

28 July 2013: Shola Ameobi scores the only goal as Newcastle beat Blackpool 1–0 at Bloomfield Road.

30 July 2013: Papiss Cissé plays for the first time since agreeing to wear the Wonga shirt and opens the scoring in a 2–0 win at St Mirren, with Mathieu Debuchy also scoring.

5 August 2013: Loïc Rémy joins the Magpies on loan from relegated QPR having turned down Pardew's team in January, becoming the 11th Frenchmen to join the Tynesiders.

6 August 2013: Shola Ameobi scored in the 90th minute to salvage a 1–1 at Rangers after Lee McCulloch opened the scoring for the home side.

10 August 2013: Pardew's team draw 1–1 with Braga in their only pre season friendly at St James' Park with Fabricio Coloccini's header cancelling out Alan's penalty. Before the match, there is a two-minute applauds for Sir Bobby Robson, who appeared on the programme cover as The Football Association (FA) held a national football day for the ex-Magpies manager and to celebrate their 150th anniversary.

19 August 2013: Hours before Newcastle's opener at Manchester City, Arsenal put in a £10 million bid for Yohan Cabaye. Pardew calls it disrespectful after the Magpies suffer a 4–0 thrashing with Steven Taylor sent off, leaving them bottom of the table.

24 August 2013: The Magpies are held to a drab goalless draw with West Ham United at St James' Park as Yohan Cabaye once again refused to play.

28 August 2013: Pardew's team gain victory at the Capital One Cup for the first time in two years, scoring their first two goals of the season in a 2–0 win at League Two side Morecambe. Both goals came late on, from Shola Ameobi and brother Sammy respectively, meaning they became the first brothers to score in the same competitive game for the Magpies.

31 August 2013: The Magpies end their goalless run in the Premier League when Hatem Ben Arfa scores an 86th minute wonder strike to give them a 1–0 win over Fulham.

11 September 2013: Ex-Magpies keeper Steve Harper holds a charity match at St James' Park against an "A.C. Milan Glorie" side which included Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi and Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio, who receives a poor reception from the home fans. Meanwhile, Harper's team includes Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley and Les Ferdinand, and Tino Asprilla had a goal dissallowed for offside before the Italians won 2–1 on penalties, but despite this, it was a special night for the fans.

14 September 2013: Ben Arfa and Gouffran score as Pardew's team beat Aston Villa 2–1 to earn their first away win in the league, this was the second year running that a 2–1 triumph at Villa Park was their first league away success.

21 September 2013: Despite Loïc Rémy scoring his first two Magpies goals, putting the Magpies 2–1 at half-time at home to Hull City goals from Ahmed Elmohamady and Sone Aluko gave the Tigers their first away win since being promoted from the Championship, the final whistle brought boos from the home fans.

25 September 2013: Newcastle make it to the fourth round of the League Cup for the first time in two years, defeating Leeds United 2–0 at home, including the first goal of the season for Papiss Cissé in the first half, and a superb effort from Yoan Gouffran in the second. This was their first home game in the competition under Alan Pardew.

30 September 2013: A poor first half display sees the Tynesiders 3–0 down at half time away to Everton before goals from Cabaye and Rémy give Pardew's team hope but the Merseysiders ran out 3–2 winners.

5 October 2013: Two first half goals from Rémy mean the Magpies beat Cardiff 2–1 at the Cardiff City Stadium, despite Peter Odemwingie getting one back for the Welshmen in the second half.

19 October 2013: Before the home game against Liverpool, fans march against owner Mike Ashley's regime. Yohan Cabaye opened the scoring before Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa was sent off near the end of the first half with Steven Gerrard netting his 100th Premier League goal from the resulting penalty. Paul Dummett came on for Moussa Sissoko following Yanga-Mbiwa's sending off and stunned the Reds with his first Magpies goal before Daniel Sturridge's header ensured a thrilling game finished 2–2.

27 October 2013: Despite Sunderland having only picked up a single point from eight games, the Toon suffered their second consecutive Tyne-Wear derby defeat, falling 2–1 to the Black Cats at the Stadium of Light, only the second time the Tynesiders have lost away to their local rivals since 1980.

2 November 2013: Goals from Gouffran and Rémy give Newcastle a 2–0 win over Chelsea, the Magpies' third win out of four matches and second consecutive home victory against the Blues.

10 November 2013: Krul posted a clean sheet with 14 saves, and Rémy scored the only goal of the match as Newcastle defeated Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.

23 November 2013: Rémy scores for a third game running as the Magpies beat Norwich City 2–1 at home with Yoan Gouffran also netting.

30 November 2013: A Gouffran header and a wonder strike from Moussa Sissoko help Newcastle to their fourth consecutive Premier League victory, beating West Brom 2–1 at home. With this win, the Magpies moved up into the top five for the first time since the 2011–12 season.

6 December 2013: Newcastle take both monthly Premier League awards for November, with Pardew named the Manager of the Month after leading the Magpies to four victories out of four, and clean sheets against Spurs and Chelsea see goalkeeper Tim Krul picking up the Player of the Month award.

7 December 2013: Cabaye scored the winner and Tim Krul posted another clean sheet as Newcastle won 1–0 at Manchester United F.C.'s Old Trafford for the first time since February 1972.

14 December 2013: Gouffran scores in his fourth consecutive home game as Newcastle draw 1–1 with Southampton, with Jay Rodriguez equalising for the visitors.[2]

21 December 2013: Cabaye scores a brace and Hatem Ben Arfa converts a penalty while Danny Gabbidon scores an own goal as Newcastle win 3–0 against Crystal Palace.

26 December 2013: Newcastle thrash nine-man Stoke City 5–1 to move to within one point of European places. Rémy bagged a brace and there were also goals for Gouffran, Cabaye and Cissé.

29 December 2013: Newcastle lose 1–0 at home to Arsenal, Olivier Giroud getting the Arsenal goal.

1 January 2014: Newcastle lose 1-0 away at West Brom. Mathieu Debuchy picked up a straight red card midway through the second half and in the 85th minute, Tim Krul gave away a penalty which Saido Berahino converted.

4 January 2014: Despite taking the lead midway through the second half, the Magpies suffer their second successive home defeat, falling 2–1 to Cardiff in their opening match of the FA Cup, meaning that Newcastle have now lost three of their past four third round matches in the FA Cup.

12 January 2014: Newcastle are defeated by 0–2 at home to Manchester City. Edin Džeko and Álvaro Negredo scored in either half for the away side. Cheick Tioté had a goal controversially ruled out for offside midway through the first half, despite Gouffran (who was in an offside position) clearly neither obstructing goalkeeper Joe Hart's view, nor making any contact with the ball.

18 January 2014: The Magpies end a run of four losses in all competitions with a 3–1 win over West Ham United at Upton Park. Cabaye and Rémy put Newcastle two goals up, before a Mike Williamson own-goal gave the home side one back. The win was confirmed after a free-kick from Cabaye in the final minute of stoppage time gave Newcastle their third goal.

28 January 2014: Newcastle play out a goalless draw with Norwich at Carrow Road. Both sides finish with ten men, as Rémy and Bradley Johnson are sent off for violent conduct.

29 January 2014: Cabaye is sold to Paris Saint-Germain for £19 million. Luuk de Jong arrives on loan from Borussia Mönchengladbach until the end of the season.

30 January 2014: A bid for the Lyon midfielder Clément Grenier is rejected by the Ligue 1 club.

1 February 2014: Newcastle lose the Tyne-Wear derby for the third time in a row for the first time since 1923, losing 3–0 at home to Sunderland. This is also Sunderland's first double over the Magpies since 1966–67.

3 February 2014: Kinnear resigns as director of football after less than eight months in the role.

8 February 2014: Newcastle lose 3–0 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, with Eden Hazard scoring all three goals for the Blues.

12 February 2014: The Magpies suffer their fourth consecutive home defeat, as they are hammered 4–0 by Tottenham. The defeat means that Newcastle have failed to score in seven out of their last eight League matches.

23 February 2014: Loïc Rémy's return from suspension saw him score the Magpies' first goal in five weeks and end their three-game losing run as they beat Aston Villa 1–0 late on.

1 March 2014: Newcastle put four goals past Hull at the KC Stadium, winning 4–1 in a victory that was overshadowed by Alan Pardew's touchline confrontation with Hull's David Meyler, resulting in the Magpies' manager being sent to the stands.

25 March 2014: Academy players Adam Armstrong, Ľubomír Šatka and Freddie Woodman all sign their first professional contracts with Newcastle.[3]

1 April 2014: Another academy player, winger Rolando Aarons, also signs a professional contract with Newcastle.[4]

23 May 2014: Newcastle announce their retained list. First team players Shola Ameobi and Dan Gosling were released, along with Conor Newton, Michael Richardson, Steven Logan, Brandon Miele and Jonathan Mitchell. The club also confirmed that the loan deals of Luuk de Jong and Loïc Rémy have expired and that they would return to their parent clubs.[5]

Club[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Former Newcastle United F.C. manager, Alan Pardew
Position Staff
Director of football Republic of Ireland Joe Kinnear (until 3 February 2014)
Manager England Alan Pardew
Assistant manager England John Carver
First team coach England Steve Stone
First team goalkeeping coach England Andy Woodman
First team fitness coach England Simon Tweddle
First team analyst England Ben Stevens
First team analyst England Kerry Morrow
Reserve team manager Scotland Willie Donachie (until 6 February 2014)
Reserve team manager Vacant (since 6 February 2014)
Football Development manager England Peter Beardsley
Academy manager Scotland Joe Joyce
Under-18s coach England Dave Watson
Under-18s coach England Liam Bramley
Under-18s coach England Kevin Richardson
Academy goalkeeping coach Australia Chris Terpcou
Academy fitness coach England Jack Ade
Academy fitness coach England Rich Akenhead
Head physiotherapist Scotland Davie Henderson
First team physiotherapist England Derek Wright
First team physiotherapist England Michael Harding
Academy physiotherapist England Carl Nelson
Chief scout England Graham Carr
Head of Academy recruitment England Steve Nickson

Last updated: 3 February 2014
Source: Newcastle United F.C., Club Academy

Statistics[edit]

Appearances and goals[edit]

Last updated on 23 August 2014.
No. Pos Nat Player Total Premier League FA Cup League Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Netherlands Tim Krul 38 0 36 0 0 0 2 0
2 DF Argentina Fabricio Coloccini 28 0 27 0 0 0 1 0
3 DF Italy Davide Santon 28 0 26+1 0 1 0 0 0
6 DF England Mike Williamson 35 0 32+1 0 0 0 2 0
7 MF France Moussa Sissoko 38 3 35 3 1 0 1+1 0
8 MF Netherlands Vurnon Anita 37 1 28+6 1 1 0 2 0
9 FW Senegal Papiss Cissé 27 4 15+9 2 1 1 2 1
10 MF France Hatem Ben Arfa 30 2 13+14 2 1 0 0+2 0
11 FW France Yoan Gouffran 39 7 31+4 6 1 0 3 1
13 DF France Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa 26 0 17+6 0 1 0 2 0
14 FW France Loïc Rémy 27 14 24+2 14 0+1 0 0 0
15 MF England Dan Gosling 10 0 4+4 0 0 0 1+1 0
16 DF England Ryan Taylor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 MF France Romain Amalfitano 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 FW Netherlands Luuk de Jong 12 0 8+4 0 0 0 0 0
19 DF France Massadio Haïdara 13 0 3+8 0 1 0 1 0
20 MF England Gaël Bigirimana 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
21 GK England Rob Elliot 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 0
22 MF France Sylvain Marveaux 11 0 2+7 0 0 0 2 0
23 FW Nigeria Shola Ameobi 29 1 14+12 0 0+1 0 1+1 1
24 MF Ivory Coast Cheick Tioté 36 0 31+2 0 1 0 2 0
25 MF France Gabriel Obertan 5 0 0+3 0 0+1 0 0+1 0
26 DF France Mathieu Debuchy 32 1 28+1 1 0 0 3 0
27 DF England Steven Taylor 11 0 9+1 0 1 0 0 0
28 FW England Sammy Ameobi 12 1 4+6 0 0 0 2 1
29 MF Slovenia Haris Vučkić 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
33 DF Australia Curtis Good 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
34 DF England James Tavernier 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
36 DF Wales Paul Dummett 21 1 11+7 1 0 0 2+1 0
41 MF England Conor Newton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
42 GK England Jak Alnwick 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
43 FW England Adam Armstrong 4 0 0+4 0 0 0 0 0
44 DF England Remie Streete 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
49 FW England Adam Campbell 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players currently out on loan:
18 MF Argentina Jonás Gutiérrez 2 0 1+1 0 0 0 0 0
Players featured for club who have left:
4 MF France Yohan Cabaye 20 7 17+2 7 0 0 0+1 0

Goals[edit]

Last updated on 5 April 2014.
Place Position Nation Number Name Premier League FA Cup League Cup Total
1 FW France 14 Loïc Rémy 14 0 0 14
2 FW France 11 Yoan Gouffran 6 0 1 7
MF France 4 Yohan Cabaye 7 0 0 7
4 FW Senegal 9 Papiss Cissé 2 1 1 4
5 MF France 10 Hatem Ben Arfa 3 0 0 3
MF France 7 Moussa Sissoko 3 0 0 3
6 FW Nigeria 23 Shola Ameobi 2 0 1 3
FW England 28 Sammy Ameobi 0 0 1 1
DF Wales 36 Paul Dummett 1 0 0 1
DF France 26 Mathieu Debuchy 1 0 0 1
MF Netherlands 8 Vurnon Anita 1 0 0 1
DF England 27 Steven Taylor 1 0 0 1

Cards[edit]

Accounts for all competitions. Last updated on 5 April 2014.
No. Pos. Name Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
2 DF Argentina Fabricio Coloccini 1 0
3 DF Italy Davide Santon 1 0
4 MF France Yohan Cabaye 6 0
7 MF France Moussa Sissoko 7 0
8 MF Netherlands Vurnon Anita 1 0
10 MF France Hatem Ben Arfa 2 0
11 MF France Yoan Gouffran 2 0
13 DF France Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa 5 1
14 MF France Loïc Rémy 2 1
19 DF France Massadio Haïdara 2 0
22 DF France Sylvain Marveaux 1 0
24 DF Ivory Coast Cheick Tioté 8 0
26 DF France Mathieu Debuchy 7 1
27 DF England Steven Taylor 1 1
28 FW England Sammy Ameobi 1 0
36 DF Wales Paul Dummett 1 0
- Manager England Alan Pardew 0 1

Captains[edit]

Accounts for all competitions.
No. Pos. Name Starts
2 DF Argentina Fabricio Coloccini 28
24 MF Ivory Coast Cheick Tioté 11
7 MF France Moussa Sissoko 2
13 DF France Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa 1

Players[edit]

First team squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position (s) Date of birth (Age) Signed Signed from Signing fee
Goalkeepers
1 Tim Krul Netherlands GK (1988-04-03)3 April 1988 (aged 25) 2006 Netherlands ADO Den Haag £150,000
21 Rob Elliot England Republic of Ireland GK (1986-04-30)30 April 1986 (aged 27) 2011 England Charlton Athletic £300,000
42 Jak Alnwick England GK (1993-06-17)17 June 1993 (aged 20) 2008 England Sunderland Academy Free
Defenders
2 Fabricio Coloccini Argentina CB (1982-01-22)22 January 1982 (aged 31) 2008 Spain Deportivo La Coruña £10,300,000
3 Davide Santon Italy LB / RB (1991-01-02)2 January 1991 (aged 22) 2011 Italy Inter Milan £5,300,000
6 Mike Williamson England CB (1983-11-08)8 November 1983 (aged 29) 2010 England Portsmouth £2,000,000
13 Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa France[6] LB / CB (1989-05-15)15 May 1989 (aged 24) 2013 France Montpellier £6,700,000
16 Ryan Taylor England LB / RB / RM (1984-08-19)19 August 1984 (aged 29) 2009 England Wigan Athletic Part-exchange
19 Massadio Haïdara France LB (1992-12-02)2 December 1992 (aged 20) 2013 France Nancy £2,000,000
26 Mathieu Debuchy France RB (1985-07-28)28 July 1985 (aged 28) 2013 France Lille £5,500,000
27 Steven Taylor England CB (1986-01-23)23 January 1986 (aged 27) 2003 England Newcastle United Academy Free
33 Curtis Good Australia CB (1993-03-23)23 March 1993 (aged 20) 2012 Australia Melbourne Heart £300,000
34 James Tavernier England CB / RB (1991-10-31)31 October 1991 (aged 21) 2008 England Leeds United Free
36 Paul Dummett Wales[7] LB / CB (1991-09-26)26 September 1991 (aged 21) 2009 England Newcastle United Academy Free
44 Remie Streete England CB (1994-11-02)2 November 1994 (aged 18) 2005 England Newcastle United Academy Free
Midfielders
7 Moussa Sissoko France CM / AM (1989-08-16)16 August 1989 (aged 24) 2013 France Toulouse £1,800,000
8 Vurnon Anita Netherlands[8] DM (1989-04-04)4 April 1989 (aged 24) 2012 Netherlands Ajax £6,700,000
10 Hatem Ben Arfa France AM / RW (1987-03-07)7 March 1987 (aged 26) 2010 France Marseille £5,100,000
15 Dan Gosling England CM (1990-02-01)1 February 1990 (aged 23) 2010 England Everton Free
17 Romain Amalfitano France AM / RM (1989-08-27)27 August 1989 (aged 23) 2012 France Reims Free
18 Jonás Gutiérrez Argentina LW / RW (1983-07-05)5 July 1983 (aged 30) 2008 Spain Mallorca £2,000,000
20 Gaël Bigirimana England[9] DM (1993-10-22)22 October 1993 (aged 19) 2012 England Coventry City £1,000,000
22 Sylvain Marveaux France AM / LW (1986-04-15)15 April 1986 (aged 27) 2011 France Rennes Free
24 Cheick Tioté Ivory Coast DM (1986-06-21)21 June 1986 (aged 27) 2010 Netherlands Twente £3,500,000
25 Gabriel Obertan France RW (1989-02-26)26 February 1989 (aged 24) 2011 England Manchester United £3,000,000
29 Haris Vučkić Slovenia AM / ST (1992-08-21)21 August 1992 (aged 20) 2009 Slovenia Domžale £500,000
41 Conor Newton England CM (1991-10-17)17 October 1991 (aged 21) 2001 England Newcastle United Academy Free
Forwards
9 Papiss Cissé Senegal ST (1985-06-03)3 June 1985 (aged 28) 2012 Germany SC Freiburg £9,000,000
11 Yoan Gouffran France ST / LW (1986-05-25)25 May 1986 (aged 27) 2013 France Bordeaux £500,000
14 Loïc Rémy France ST (1987-01-02)2 January 1987 (aged 26) 2013 England QPR Loan
18 Luuk de Jong Netherlands ST (1990-08-27)27 August 1990 (aged 22) 2014 Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach Loan
23 Shola Ameobi Nigeria ST (1981-10-12)12 October 1981 (aged 31) 1995 England Newcastle United Academy Free
28 Sammy Ameobi England ST / LW / RW (1992-05-01)1 May 1992 (aged 21) 2008 England Newcastle United Academy Free
49 Adam Campbell England ST (1995-01-01)1 January 1995 (aged 18) 2005 England Newcastle United Academy Free

Reserves[edit]

The following players did not appear for the first team this season.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
37 Slovakia DF Ľubomír Šatka
43 England FW Adam Armstrong
45 France MF Olivier Kemen
46 Jamaica MF Rolando Aarons
No. Position Player
England GK Jonathan Mitchell
Switzerland DF Kevin Mbabu
England MF Steven Logan
England MF Michael Richardson

Youth team[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England MF Marcus Maddison
No. Position Player
Republic of Ireland MF Brandon Miele

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Date Pos. Name From Fee Source
4 July 2013 MF France Olivier Kemen Metz £350,000 [10]
  • Total spending: Decrease ~ £350,000

Loans in[edit]

Date Pos. Name From Expiry Source
5 August 2013 ST France Loïc Rémy Queens Park Rangers May 2014 [11]
29 January 2014 ST Netherlands Luuk de Jong Borussia Mönchengladbach May 2014 [12]

Out[edit]

Date Pos. Name To Fee Source
1 July 2013 LW Republic of the Congo Yven Moyo Free agent Free [13]
1 July 2013 CB Wales Alex Nicholson Free agent Free [13]
1 July 2013 RB Republic of Ireland Lee Desmond Free agent Free [13]
1 July 2013 RB England Alex Kitchen St Johnstone Free [14]
1 July 2013 RW Colombia Esteban Cardona López Free agent Free [13]
1 July 2013 MF Australia Bradden Inman Crewe Alexandra £100,000 [15]
1 July 2013 RB England Danny Simpson Queens Park Rangers Free [16]
3 July 2013 RB England James Perch Wigan Athletic £750,000 [17]
15 July 2013 GK England Steve Harper Hull City Free [18]
29 January 2014 MF France Yohan Cabaye Paris Saint-Germain Undisclosed [19]
16 May 2014 MF England Dan Gosling AFC Bournemouth Free [20]
23 May 2014 MF England Conor Newton Rotherham United Free [21][22]
23 May 2014 ST Nigeria Shola Ameobi Released Free [5]
23 May 2014 MF England Michael Richardson Released Free [5]
23 May 2014 MF Scotland Steven Logan Released Free [5]
23 May 2014 MF Republic of Ireland Brandon Miele Released Free [5]
23 May 2014 GK England Jonathan Mitchell Released Free [5]
  • Total income: Increase ~ £850,000

Loans out[edit]

Date Pos. Name To Expiry Source
23 July 2013 LB/LW Northern Ireland Shane Ferguson Birmingham City End of season [23]
26 July 2013 RB England James Tavernier Shrewsbury Town August 2013 [24][25]
31 July 2013 MF Algeria Mehdi Abeid Panathinaikos End of season [26]
1 August 2013 MF England Michael Richardson Accrington Stanley 28 August 2013 [27]
7 August 2013 MF England Conor Newton St Mirren January 2014 [28]
15 August 2013 FW England Adam Campbell Carlisle United 30 August 2013 [29][30]
15 August 2013 GK England Jonathan Mitchell Workington September 2013 [31]
30 August 2013 MF England Michael Richardson Accrington Stanley 2 January 2014 [32]
2 September 2013 MF Scotland Steven Logan Annan Athletic January 2014 [33][34]
4 September 2013 MF France Romain Amalfitano Dijon End of season [35][36]
4 October 2013 MF England Dan Gosling Blackpool 1 January 2014 [37]
28 November 2013 RB England James Tavernier Rotherham United 2 January 2014 [38]
28 November 2013 MF Slovenia Haris Vučkić Rotherham United 2 January 2014 [39]
31 December 2013 RB England James Tavernier Rotherham United 28 January 2014 [40]
31 December 2013 MF Slovenia Haris Vučkić Rotherham United 28 January 2014 [40]
1 January 2014 FW England Adam Campbell St Mirren End of season [41][42]
9 January 2014 MF England Conor Newton St Mirren End of season [43]
13 January 2014 MF Argentina Jonás Gutiérrez Norwich City End of season [44]
28 January 2014 RB England James Tavernier Rotherham United End of season [45]
28 January 2014 MF Slovenia Haris Vučkić Rotherham United End of season [45]
31 January 2014 DF Australia Curtis Good Dundee United End of season [46]

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

16 July 2013 Friendly Motherwell 2 – 4 Newcastle United Motherwell
19:00 BST UTC+1 Vigurs Goal 26'
McFadden Goal 52' (pen.)
Report Vučkić Goal 8'
Gouffran Goal 15'
Sissoko Goal 39'
Marveaux Goal 64'
Stadium: Fir Park
Attendance: 4,475
Referee: Willie Collum
20 July 2013 Friendly Rio Ave 3 – 1 Newcastle United Vila do Conde
18:00 BST UTC+1 Koka Goal 6'9'
Braga Goal 26'
Report Sh. Ameobi Goal 76' Stadium: Estadio do Rio Ave F.C.
Referee: Pedro Campos
28 July 2013 Friendly Blackpool 0 – 1 Newcastle United Blackpool
15:00 BST UTC+1 Report Sh. Ameobi Goal 5' Stadium: Bloomfield Road
Attendance: 6,863
Referee: Andre Marriner
30 July 2013 Friendly St Mirren 0 – 2 Newcastle United Paisley
19:30 BST UTC+1 Report Cissé Goal 19'
Debuchy Goal 26'
Stadium: St Mirren Park
Attendance: 4,216
Referee: John Beaton
6 August 2013 Friendly Rangers 1 – 1 Newcastle United Glasgow
19:45 BST UTC+1 McCulloch Goal 6' (pen.) Report Sh Ameobi Goal 90' Stadium: Ibrox Stadium
Referee: Steven McLean
10 August 2013 Friendly Newcastle United 1 – 1 Braga Newcastle
18:00 BST UTC+1 Coloccini Goal 60' Report Alan Goal 1' (pen.) Stadium: St James Park
Attendance: 16,187
Referee: Lee Mason

Competitions[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Void

Overall[edit]

Competition Started round Current
position / round
Final
position / round
First match Last match
Premier League 10th 19 August 2013 11 May 2014
League Cup 2nd round 4th round 28 August 2013 30 October 2013
FA Cup 3rd round 3rd round 4 January 2014 4 January 2014

Last updated: 21 April 2014
Source: Competitions

Premier League[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
8 Southampton 38 15 11 12 54 46 +8 56
9 Stoke City 38 13 11 14 45 52 −7 50
10 Newcastle United 38 15 4 19 43 59 −16 49
11 Crystal Palace 38 13 6 19 33 48 −15 45
12 Swansea City 38 11 9 18 54 54 0 42
Source: Barclays Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Goals scored; 4) Play-offs (only if needed to decide champion, teams for relegation or teams for UEFA competitions).[47]

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 15 4 19 43 59  −16 49 8 3 8 23 28  −5 7 1 11 20 31  −11

Last updated: 21 April 2014.
Source: Premier League

Results by matchday[edit]

Matchday1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
GroundAHHAHAAHAHAHHAAHAHHAHAAHAHHAAHHAHAHAHA
ResultLDWWLLWDLWWWWLWDWWLLLWDLLLWWLWLLLLLLWL
Position20171181116111011998577666888888898888899999910
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2014. Source: Statto.com
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Matches[edit]

19 August 2013 1 Manchester City 4 – 0 Newcastle United Manchester
20:00 BST Silva Goal 6'
Agüero Goal 22'
Džeko Yellow card 31'
Fernandinho Yellow card 32'
Touré Goal 51'
Nasri Goal 75'
Report Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 31'
Sissoko Yellow card 33'
Debuchy Yellow card 40'
Taylor Red card 45'
Stadium: Etihad Stadium
Attendance: 46,842
Referee: Andre Marriner
24 August 2013 2 Newcastle United 0 – 0 West Ham United Newcastle
15:00 BST Report O'Brien Yellow card 44' Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 49,622
Referee: Phil Dowd
31 August 2013 3 Newcastle United 1 – 0 Fulham Newcastle
15:00 BST Cabaye Yellow card 82'
Ben Arfa Goal 86', Yellow card 87'
Report Parker Yellow card 45'
Riise Yellow card 76'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 46,402
Referee: Chris Foy
14 September 2013 4 Aston Villa 1 – 2 Newcastle United Birmingham
15:00 BST Delph Yellow card 33'
Benteke Goal 67'
Report Ben Arfa Goal 18'
Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 40'
Cabaye Yellow card 57'
Debuchy Yellow card 70'
Gouffran Goal 73', Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 37,554
Referee: Mike Dean
21 September 2013 5 Newcastle United 2 – 3 Hull City Newcastle
15:00 BST Rémy Goal 10'44' Report Brady Goal 26'
Elmohamady Goal 48'
Aluko Goal 76'
Huddlestone Yellow card 90'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,523
Referee: Martin Atkinson
30 September 2013 6 Everton 3 – 2 Newcastle United Liverpool
20:00 BST Lukaku Goal 5'37'
Baines Yellow card 17'
Barkley Goal 25'
Mirallas Yellow card 44'
Barry Yellow card 80'
Report Cabaye Goal 51'
Tioté Yellow card 55'
Rémy Goal 89'
Stadium: Goodison Park
Attendance: 33,495
Referee: Phil Dowd
5 October 2013 7 Cardiff City 1 – 2 Newcastle United Cardiff
15:00 BST Odemwingie Goal 58'
Gunnarsson Yellow card 90'
Report Rémy Goal 30'38' Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 27,538
Referee: Kevin Friend
19 October 2013 8 Newcastle United 2 – 2 Liverpool Newcastle
12:45 BST Cabaye Goal 23'
Dummett Goal 56'
Yanga-Mbiwa Red card 40'
Gouffran Yellow card 68'
Debuchy Yellow card 86'
Report Gerrard Goal 42' (pen.), Yellow card 45+2'
Sturridge Goal 72', Yellow card 84'
Touré Yellow card 71'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,703
Referee: Andre Marriner
27 October 2013 9 Sunderland 2 – 1 Newcastle United Sunderland
13:30 GMT Fletcher Goal 5', Yellow card 5'
Borini Goal 85'
Report Cabaye Yellow card 28'
Debuchy Goal 57'
Stadium: Stadium of Light
Attendance: 46,313
Referee: Lee Probert
2 November 2013 10 Newcastle United 2 – 0 Chelsea Newcastle
12:45 GMT Sissoko Yellow card 42'
Gouffran Goal 68'
Rémy Goal 89' Yellow card 90'
Report David Luiz Yellow card 75'
Ramires Yellow card 77'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,674
Referee: Lee Mason
10 November 2013 11 Tottenham Hotspur 0 – 1 Newcastle United London
12:00 GMT Dawson Yellow card 89' Report Rémy Goal 13'
Debuchy Yellow card 53'
Sissoko Yellow card 61'
Stadium: White Hart Lane
Attendance: 36,042
Referee: Chris Foy
23 November 2013 12 Newcastle United 2 – 1 Norwich City Newcastle
15:00 GMT Rémy Goal 2'
Gouffran Goal 38'
Fer Goal 80'
Bennett Yellow card 90+6'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,328
Referee: Mike Dean
30 November 2013 13 Newcastle United 2 – 1 West Bromwich Albion Newcastle
17:30 GMT Tioté Yellow card 32'
Gouffran Goal 36'
Sissoko Goal 57'
Report Brunt Yellow card 28' Goal 53'
Mulumbu Yellow card 89'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 49,298
Referee: Phil Dowd
4 December 2013 14 Swansea City 3 – 0 Newcastle United Swansea
19:45 GMT Dyer Goal 45+1'
Debuchy Goal 66' (o.g.)
Shelvey Goal 81'
Report Debuchy Yellow card 58'
Haïdara Yellow card 86'
Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 20,457
Referee: Howard Webb
7 December 2013 15 Manchester United 0 – 1 Newcastle United Manchester
13:45 GMT Report Cabaye Yellow card 8', Goal 61'
Anita Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 75,233
Referee: Andre Marriner
14 December 2013 16 Newcastle United 1 – 1 Southampton Newcastle
15:00 GMT Gouffran Goal 27' report Cork Yellow card 64'
Rodriguez Goal 65'
Schneiderlin Yellow card 90+4'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 49,164
Referee: Mike Jones
21 December 2013 17 Crystal Palace 0 – 3 Newcastle United London
15:00 GMT Chamakh Yellow card 83' report Cabaye Goal 25'
Gabbidon Goal 38' (o.g.)
Tioté Yellow card 64'
Coloccini Yellow card 67'
Ben Arfa Goal 86' (pen.)
Stadium: Selhurst Park
Attendance: 24,936
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
26 December 2013 18 Newcastle United 5 – 1 Stoke City Newcastle
15:00 GMT Rémy Goal 44'57'
Debuchy Yellow card 45+1'
Gouffran Goal 48'
Cabaye Goal 67'
Cissé Goal 80' (pen.)
Report Assaidi Goal 30'
Whelan Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 34', 40'
Wilson Red card 43'
Nzonzi Yellow card 44'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,665
Referee: Martin Atkinson
29 December 2013 19 Newcastle United 0 – 1 Arsenal Newcastle
13:30 GMT Report Giroud Yellow card 36', Goal 65'
Flamini Yellow card 75'
Rosický Yellow card 76'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 52,161
Referee: Lee Probert
1 January 2014 20 West Bromwich Albion 1 – 0 Newcastle United West Bromwich
15:00 GMT Berahino Goal 87' (pen.) Report Debuchy Red card 62' Stadium: The Hawthorns
Attendance: 26,430
Referee: Lee Mason
12 January 2014 21 Newcastle United 0 – 2 Manchester City Newcastle
14:05 GMT Sissoko Yellow card 37'
Cabaye Yellow card 38'
Tioté Yellow card 49'
Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 74'
Report Džeko Goal 8'
Fernandinho Yellow card 40'
Zabaleta Yellow card 45'
Negredo Goal 90+5'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 49,423
Referee: Mike Jones
18 January 2014 22 West Ham United 1 – 3 Newcastle United London
15:00 GMT C. Cole Goal 45+2' Report Cabaye Goal 16'90+4'
Rémy Goal 33'
Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 33,343
Referee: Andre Marriner
28 January 2014 23 Norwich City 0 – 0 Newcastle United Norwich
19:30 GMT Fer Yellow card 65'
Johnson Red card 82'
Report Sissoko Yellow card 58'
Rémy Red card 81'
Stadium: Carrow Road
Attendance: 26,762 (1,592 away)
Referee: Chris Foy
1 February 2014 24 Newcastle United 0 – 3 Sunderland Newcastle
12:45 GMT Santon Yellow card 31'
Dummett Yellow card 87'
Report O'Shea Yellow card 12'
Borini Goal 19' (pen.), Yellow card 20'
Johnson Goal 23'
Colback Goal 80'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 52,280
Referee: Phil Dowd
8 February 2014 25 Chelsea 3 – 0 Newcastle United London
15:00 GMT Hazard Goal 27'34'63' (pen.) Report Sa Ameobi Yellow card 49'
Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 87'
Sissoko Yellow card 90'
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,387
Referee: Howard Webb
12 February 2014 26 Newcastle United 0 – 4 Tottenham Hotspur Newcastle
19:45 GMT Report Adebayor Goal 19'82'
Paulinho Goal 53'
Chadli Goal 88'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 48,264
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
23 February 2014 27 Newcastle United 1 – 0 Aston Villa Newcastle
13:30 GMT Tioté Yellow card 69'
Rémy Goal 90+2', Yellow card 90+3'
Report Vlaar Yellow card 43'
El Ahmadi Yellow card 70'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 50,417
Referee: Martin Atkinson
1 March 2014 28 Hull City 1 – 4 Newcastle United Hull
15:00 GMT Davies Goal 46'
Jelavić Yellow card 53'
Meyler Yellow card 72'
Huddlestone Yellow card 81'
Report Sissoko Goal 10'55'
Tioté Yellow card 29'
Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 35'
Rémy Goal 42'
Anita Goal 90+3'
Stadium: KC Stadium
Attendance: 24,903
Referee: Kevin Friend
Note: Newcastle United's manager Alan Pardew was issued with a red card by referee Kevin Friend for head-butting David Meyler.[48] Pardew later apologised for the incident, but Newcastle issued him with a formal warning and a £100,000 fine.[49] On 3 March 2014, The Football Association charged Pardew with improper conduct.[50]
15 March 2014 29 Fulham 1 – 0 Newcastle United London
15:00 GMT Dejagah Goal 68', Yellow card 69' Report Stadium: Craven Cottage
Attendance: 25,664
Referee: Howard Webb
22 March 2014 30 Newcastle United 1 – 0 Crystal Palace Newcastle
15:00 GMT Cissé Goal 90+4' Report Delaney Yellow card 85' Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 51,588
Referee: Lee Probert
25 March 2014 31 Newcastle United 0 – 3 Everton Newcastle
19:45 GMT Report Barkley Goal 24'
Lukaku Goal 49'
Barry Yellow card 64'
Osman Goal 85'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 47,622
Referee: Lee Mason
29 March 2014 32 Southampton 4 – 0 Newcastle United Southampton
15:00 BST Rodriguez Goal 44'89'
Lambert Goal 49'
Lallana Goal 70'
Report Haïdara Yellow card 76' Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 31,360
Referee: Andre Marriner
5 April 2014 33 Newcastle United 0 – 4 Manchester United Newcastle
15:00 BST Tioté Yellow card 52' Report Mata Goal 39'50'
Hernández Goal 64'
Januzaj Goal 90'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 52,081
Referee: Kevin Friend
12 April 2014 34 Stoke City 1 – 0 Newcastle United Stoke-on-Trent
15:07 BST Pieters Goal 42' Yellow card 87' Report Coloccini Yellow card 75' Stadium: Britannia Stadium
Attendance: 27,400
Referee: Mike Jones
19 April 2014 35 Newcastle United 1 – 2 Swansea City Newcastle
15:00 BST Sh Ameobi Goal 23'
Gosling Yellow card 32'
Tioté Yellow card 90+1'
Report Bony Goal 45+1'90+2' (pen.) Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 51,057
Referee: Chris Foy
28 April 2014 36 Arsenal 3 – 0 Newcastle United London
20:00 BST Koscielny Goal 26' Yellow card 26'
Ramsey Yellow card 35'
Özil Goal 42'
Giroud Goal 66'
Sagna Yellow card 74'
Report Sissoko Yellow card 25'
Tioté Yellow card 45+3'
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 60,023
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
3 May 2014 (2014-05-03) 37 Newcastle United 3 – 0 Cardiff City Newcastle
15:00 BST Sh Ameobi Goal 18'
Debuchy Yellow card 68'
Rémy Goal 87'
S. Taylor Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 50,239
Referee: Martin Atkinson
11 May 2014 38 Liverpool 2 – 1 Newcastle Liverpool
15:00 BST Agger Goal 63'
Sturridge Goal 65'
Lucas Yellow card 88'
Report Škrtel Goal 20' (o.g.)
Debuchy Yellow card 34'
Anita Yellow card 62'
Gouffran Yellow card 64'
Sh Ameobi Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 65', 65'
Dummett Red card 86'
Stadium: Anfield
Attendance: 44,724
Referee: Phil Dowd

Last updated: 12 May 2014.
Source: Newcastle United F.C.

FA Cup[edit]

4 January 2014 Third round Newcastle United 1 – 2 Cardiff City Newcastle
15:00 GMT Cissé Goal 62'
Taylor Yellow card 69'
Ben Arfa Yellow card 90+4'
Report Gunnarsson Yellow card 42'
Noone Goal 73'
Campbell Goal 80'
Stadium: St. James' Park
Attendance: 31,166
Referee: Anthony Taylor

League Cup[edit]

28 August 2013 Second round Morecambe 0 – 2 Newcastle United Morecambe
19:45 BST Report Sh Ameobi Goal 84'
Sa Ameobi Goal 90+4'
Stadium: Globe Arena
Attendance: 5,375
Referee: Mark Haywood
25 September 2013 Third round Newcastle United 2 – 0 Leeds United Newcastle
19:45 BST Cissé Goal 31'
Gouffran Goal 67'
Report Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 36,220
Referee: Mike Jones
30 October 2013 Fourth round Newcastle United 0 – 2 (a.e.t.) Manchester City Newcastle
19:45 GMT Report Negredo Goal 99'
Džeko Goal 105'
Stadium: St James' Park
Attendance: 33,846
Referee: Neil Swarbrick

Notes[edit]

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