Dedenders Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Mathieu Debuchy helped take a class at Newcastle Sschool for Boys in Gosforth.
Gus Poyet is confident ahead of Sunderland's Premier League clash against Manchester City. Newcastle are also in action against Spurs.
As sponsorship deals go, this one has been as controversial as they come. Kenny Toal looks at the Wonga story.
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.'
A new exhibition is opening celebrating the history of Newcastle United.
Memorabilia and photographs of the Magpies through the decades will be on display at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle.
The exhibition runs from February 8 until October 5.
Newcastle United have unveiled plans for a multi-million pound revamp of the club's training complex that will turn it into one of the best facilities of its kind in Europe.
The club plans to redevelop the existing 35 acre site with work beginning in May 2015 and completed in early 2016
While existing training pitches and a modern indoor training hall will be retained, the Club's current Training Centre building will be demolished and replaced by a much larger, high-tech structure that will feature new changing rooms, leisure and catering facilities a hydrotherapy and fitness pool.
United's Director of Football, Joe Kinnear said: "This is a hugely exciting development for Newcastle United. We have one of football's great stadiums and we are delighted to now be announcing plans for a training complex which will rival any in Europe"
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has said he doesn't want to miss out on Loic Remy for a second time. It comes after Newcastle's 2-1 victory at Cardiff.
– NEWCASTLE UNITED MANAGER ALAN PARDEW
"I wish he had joined in January.
I still remember the night clearly when we thought we had done the deal."
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has defended the club's transfer policy after it failed to make a single permanent signing during the summer transfer window.
A one year loan for Loic Remy was their only new arrival.
Newcastle have expressed an interest in bringing back Demba Ba on loan from Chelsea.
The Senegalese international joined the Blues from Newcastle on a three year deal in January 2013, but wasn't even named as a substitute for Chelsea's crucial Premier League fixture against Man United on Monday.
Qatar side Al-Jaish have also expressed an interest in the striker's services.
Alan Shearer predicts a narrow home win for Newcastle United when they play West Ham tomorrow.
In June Wonga signed a four year deal with Newcastle United.
It prompted protests from fans and the threat of a boycott from one of its star players.
But today, at a clear the air meeting ahead of the new season, the company said it is in it for the long haul.
Kenny Toal reports.