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Newcastle 2009/10 Home kit Medium

Newcastle 2009/10 Home kit Medium

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This kit is in great condition. The size is Medium and it was manufactured by Adidas.

Newcastle United's performance during the 2009/10 season was characterized by their participation in the English Football League Championship following their relegation from the Premier League in the previous season (2008/09). Under the management of Chris Hughton, Newcastle had a successful campaign and secured automatic promotion back to the Premier League by finishing top of the Championship table.

Key highlights of their performance during the 2009/10 season include:

  1. Promotion: Newcastle United finished top of the Championship with 102 points, securing promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt following their relegation. They won 30 out of their 46 league matches, drawing 12 and losing just 4 games.

  2. Strong Squad: Despite the disappointment of relegation, Newcastle had a squad with significant Premier League experience, which helped them dominate the Championship. Players like Kevin Nolan, Andy Carroll, Joey Barton, and Fabricio Coloccini played crucial roles throughout the season.

  3. FA Cup: Newcastle participated in the FA Cup but didn't progress significantly. They were knocked out in the fourth round of the competition by West Bromwich Albion. The match ended in a 4-2 defeat for Newcastle, ending their FA Cup campaign early.

  4. League Cup (Carabao Cup): Newcastle's run in the League Cup was also short-lived. They were eliminated in the third round of the competition by Peterborough United, losing 2-0. This early exit meant they did not advance far in the League Cup.

Some of the standout performers include:

  1. Kevin Nolan: Nolan was influential both on and off the pitch. He provided leadership as the team captain and contributed significantly with his goalscoring prowess from midfield.

  2. Andy Carroll: Carroll emerged as one of the brightest talents during this season. His physical presence, aerial ability, and goal-scoring instincts made him a potent threat in the Championship. He finished as the team's top scorer with 19 league goals.

  3. Joey Barton: Despite his controversial nature, Barton's performances on the pitch were impressive. He added creativity and tenacity to Newcastle's midfield, contributing with both goals and assists.

  4. Fabricio Coloccini: Coloccini anchored Newcastle's defense and provided stability at the back. His leadership qualities and defensive prowess were vital in ensuring Newcastle had one of the best defensive records in the Championship.

  5. Steve Harper: As the experienced goalkeeper, Harper played a crucial role in organizing the defense and making crucial saves when called upon. His presence between the posts provided assurance to the team.

  6. Jose Enrique: Enrique was a consistent performer at left-back, providing defensive solidity as well as contributing to the team's attacking play with his overlapping runs and crosses.

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