Anthony Gordon: Callum Wilson, Newcastle United Aim Slight Dig at New Player After Sealing Move From Everton
- Newcastle United revisited a memory of Anthony Gordon during his Everton days
- Gordon joined the side after forcing a move away from the relegation-near Toffees
- He will have to quickly adapt to a side that has been close to perfection this season
Anthony Gordon finally sealed his move away from Everton, with Newcastle United signing him in a deal that is expected to rise up to 55-million euros.
Gordon had reportedly downed his tools in a bid to force a move away from an embattled Everton side. The Toffees recently sacked Frank Lampard, with Sean Dyche set to replace him.
As part of the unveiling, Newcastle United showed their new acquisition a video of him confronting Magpies players during a Premier League clash earlier in the season.
What did Gordon do?
Known to be combative and aggressive, Gordon clashed with Newcastle United players during a heated game at St. James' Park. The 21-year-old ruffled the feathers of many players including Kieran Trippier, Nick Pope and Fabian Schar.
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He will now share the same dressing room with the same players under Eddie Howe. Magpies lead striker, Callum Wilson chipped in with a cunning comment:
"If you can't beat them, join them."
Gordon reviewed the footage and let out a sheepish smile.
He will be expected to put in the work to break into Howe's starting XI. Miguel Almiron and Joelinton have cemented their places in the wide areas, with Allan Saint-Maximin coming from the bench.
The Magpies are currently third on the table with 39 points. They are also one step away from qualifying for the Carabao Cup final.
Newcastle players mock Southampton defender
Sports Brief also reported on Southampton defender, Duje Ćaleta-Car's evening to forget at the Saint Mary's Stadium after he was sent off for a second yellow card.
As the Croatian trudged off the pitch, Jacob Murphy - a Newcastle second-half substitute - sarcastically waved him off to the delight of the opposition supporters.
The Saints were playing the Magpies in the first Carabao Cup semi-final on January 24, with Joelinton giving the visitors the lead in the 73rd minute.