Dedenders Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Mathieu Debuchy helped take a class at Newcastle Sschool for Boys in Gosforth.
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Two of Newcastle United's French have spent the day teaching at a Newcastle school.
Defenders Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Mathieu Debuchy have been at Newcastle School for Boys.
Born: May 15, 1989 in Bangui, Central African Republic.
Position: Defence, centre back.
Career: Captained Montpellier to the Ligue 1 title in 2012. Three appearances for the France national team. Joined Newcastle United for an undisclosed fee, signing a five and a half year deal on January 22, 2013. He made his debut as a substitute during the club's 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
Born: July 28, 1985 in Fretin, France.
Position: Defender, right back.
Career: Began his career at French club Lille before joining Newcastle United on a five and a half year deal on January 4, 2013, for a fee of around £5.5 million. He made his debut against Norwich on January 12. Capped by France 19 times.
Newcastle United has a reputation for welcoming French football players. Today, two of them will be hoping to repay the favour.
Defenders Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Mathieu Debuchy are giving a French language lesson at the Newcastle School for Boys.
Newcastle have gone 1 - 0 up against Hull.
Moussa Sissoko scored in the tenth minute.
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Newcastle United may not have had a very good week, but they have had an illustrious history if you go back far enough.
That history is on display in a new exhibition which opens to the public on Saturday.
Derek Proud reports.
A new exhibition looking at the history of Newcastle United is set to open at the city's Discovery Museum this weekend.
People will be able to go and visit the "Toon Times" display for the next six months.
Hazel Edwards tells ITV News Tyne Tees why the exhibition is so important to the city.
Memorabilia and photographs of the Magpies through the decades is going on public display at the Discovery Museum.
Manager Hazel Edwards said Newcastle United is 'part of the economic, leisure and cultural history of Newcastle.'