Ciaran Clark is making headlines again.
Newcastle United defenders started a friendly match against Al Ittihad, but did not end.
In the second half, he left with the goal scorer Hamdara of the home team.
Alan San Maximin gave United the lead and Ryan Fraser reduced both teams to 10 before deciding the winner.
I was amused by the club’s description that this Ciaran Clark sent out in Jeddah, compared to the media’s view …
Newcastle United official match Report:
“Ciaran Clark was shown a slightly harsh, bright red card after being entangled with Hamdara, who was also fired.”
I wondered how Ciaran Clark was sent out amicably in a closed room, especially in the explanation of the incident by a club employee, but I saw this video clip …
Newcastle United’s trip to Saudi Arabia ended with a shameful note when Ciaran Clark was sent off for hitting his opponent during a friendly match.
The defender was put on the red card after attacking Al Ittihad striker Abderrazak Hamdala before seeing Saudi Arabian officials and His Majesty’s ambassador Neil Crompton.
“The Newcastle United Saudi Tour ends shamefully after the violence of Ciaran Clark.”
When I see the last three times Ciaran Clark started a Newcastle United match, I don’t read much …
November 30, 2021 – Newcastle 1 Norridge 1
After ruining normal clearance, Clark pulled back Norwich striker Pukki, leading to an obvious red card. This allowed his teammates to defeat the man in just nine minutes with a “winning” demotion 6 pointer.
December 19, 2021 – Newcastle 0 Manchester 4
The first start since the Norwich disaster, Ciaran Clark must have told himself, “Do nothing stupid, do nothing stupid …”. Out of the header, Ruben Dias couldn’t escape a few yards away.
January 28, 2022 – Arittihad 1 Newcastle 2
After a successful warm weather training week and playing in front of the club owner, Ciaran Clark entered a friendly match by hitting one of the players in a local club.
Clark’s stupidity, as expected, has led some of the usual idiots on social media to go up in abuse.
But as always, the true stupidity goes back to Mike Ashley and Steve Bruce as usual.
Ciaran Clark was acquired by Rafa Benitez from Aston Villa for £ 5m when the NUFC manager had to rebuild the team for promotion. Clark was very good at the championship and played a very decent role next season, cleverly organized by Rapha Defense.
In the next (19/2018) season, Newcastle again had the seventh best defense, scoring only 48 PL goals, but Ciaran Clark started only nine games.
If Rafa Benitez If they weren’t evacuated and players weren’t allowed in and out, the Spaniards shook hands with Ciaran Clark, thanked him for his contributions, and probably wished good luck at the struggling PL club. prize. Championship club. Newcastle Banking will probably be in the millions as the Central Defender turns 30 (September 2019). Benitez then upgraded and brought in a higher quality central defender to help Newcastle hopefully reach the top eight teams.
Instead…Mike Ashley Bring Steve Bruce and the rest is history.
Among the many ridiculous contract decisions, can you believe that Ciaran Clark signed a new contract in January 2021 and will be almost 34 years old?
Well, this is with Mike Ashley Steve Bruce Instead of bringing in the essentially higher quality players needed, they instead made some amazing new deals with championship / low level players.
The 6-year contract for July 2021 will be 32 years old when it ends in 2027.
The six-year contract for 2020 will be 31 years old when it ends in 2026.
The three-year, four-month contract for March 2020 will be 33 years old when it ends in 2023.
The three-year contract for July 2021 will be 34 years old when it ends in 2024.
The five-year contract for 2020 will be 34 years old when it ends in 2025.
The three-year, four-month contract for March 2020 will be 31 years old when it ends in 2023.
Next, there is a captain who signed a six-year contract in 2018, and will be 30 years old when it ends in 2024.
This is a major challenge facing Eddie Howe and new owners. There are an overwhelming number of players on the team that aren’t enough (not just the players listed above, but also crafts, jilespies, frazers, etc.). , Hendrick, brought in by Steve Bruce and not the starting level of the Premier League’s first choice).
As already seen in the transfer window this January, raising this NUFC team to the level needed just to compete at a decent level will be very costly and really painful. To the self-appointed elite at the top.
Then they have a huge job of dismissing so many players on Premier League contracts, some of them lasting another four or five years, which is a championship level ability (!!!). ..
– Soccer Sports
Ciaran Clark’s exit-I’m amused by the club’s description of the incident compared to the media …
https://www.themag.co.uk/2022/01/ciaran-clark-sending-off-amused-by-club-description-of-incident-compared-to-media-newcastle-united/ Ciaran Clark’s exit-I’m amused by the club’s description of the incident compared to the media …