Kieran Trippier


Kieran Trippier trolls Arsenal with message to Spurs fans following Newcastle win

Newcastle United put on arguably their best performance against top-four chasers Arsenal during Monday night’s Premier League encounter at St James’ Park. Eddie Howe’s Magpies were on fire from start to finish. Clearly, the better of the two sides in every single area of the pitch, the Geordies out-muscled, outran and outpassed Mikel Arteta’s Gunners all night.
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Newcastle United suffer Kieran Trippier injury setback

A few weeks back, things were looking all rosy at Newcastle United, as the team were in the middle of an incredible run of form since the turn of the year. But three defeats on the trot, against Chelsea, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur, respectively, mean that some doubts might start creeping back in at St James’ Park. And there appears to be some worrying news surrounding Kieran Trippier as well.
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Newcastle taking cautious approach to Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier returns

Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe has vowed to take a cautious approach with key men Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier as they prepare to step up their returns from injury.Striker Wilson, who has been out with an Achilles problem since late December but is back in light training, and full-back Tripper, who fractured a metatarsal in mid-February, are currently at the Magpies’ training camp in Dubai.Reports have suggested they could return to action at the end of next month, but head coach Howe insists he will not take any risks with either player.He told the club’s official website: “I’d say...

‘It was a no-brainer’: Kieran Trippier denies joining Newcastle for the money

Kieran Trippier has said that his decision to join Newcastle was not driven by money, explaining that the opportunity to return to the Premier League was “exciting” and a “no-brainer”.The right-back joined Eddie Howe’s side from Atletico Madrid in January, soon after the Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle.Formerly of Tottenham, Trippier had spent two and a half seasons in the Spanish capital under Diego Simeone.Revealing his reasons for signing for Newcastle, the Bury-born England defender explained that returning his family to the north of England was appealing.“It didn’t annoy me,” Trippier said on the True Geordie Podcast when asked about those...

Kieran Trippier: Tottenham were 'confident' of winning 2019 Champions League final

Kieran Tripper has admitted that the Tottenham dressing room was "confident" that they were going to win the 2019 Champions League final against Liverpool. Spurs' run to the showpiece event in Madrid was filled with drama. They qualified from the 'group of death' having picked up one point from their first three games, knocked out Manchester City in a dramatic quarter-final tie, and killed off Ajax's fairytale story after a last-gasp hat-trick from Lucas Moura.

Kieran Trippier still has huge role to play at Newcastle despite injury, Eddie Howe claims

Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe has told Kieran Trippier he still has a huge role to play in the club’s fight for Premier League survival as he battles to return to action before the end of the season.The 31-year-old England full-back underwent surgery to repair the fractured fifth metatarsal in his left foot on Thursday and now faces a spell on the sidelines just weeks after his arrival on Tyneside following a £12million switch from Atletico Madrid.Trippier has been in stunning form for his new club, scoring twice in his four league games to date – the second of them...

Kieran Trippier: A positive update from the Newcastle manager Eddie Howe

Newcastle United might not have seen the last of Kieran Trippier this season with manager Eddie Howie handing us a positive update on the full back. It’s been party all night for Newcastle, however, their recent triumph has been met with adversity. Eddie Howe and his Magpies enjoyed three back-to-back wins for the first time this season and since November 2018.

Kieran Trippier: Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe says full-back is in fight to be fit before end of season

Newcastle full-back Kieran Trippier has undergone surgery to repair his fractured metatarsal and is now facing a fight to be fit before the end of the season. The 31-year-old England defender, a £12m January signing from Atletico Madrid, broke a bone in his left foot after scoring the only goal in last Sunday's 1-0 Premier League win over Aston Villa, their third in succession since his arrival.
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Flowers for Kieran Trippier and the Race for the Premier League Top Four

Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Ryan Hunn to discuss Kieran Trippier’s impressive performances since arriving at Newcastle, his two goals in the past two games, and how Eddie Howe’s side will cope with his absence due to injury (03:23). With West Ham, Manchester United, and Spurs all dropping points last weekend, they then chat about the race for the top four in the Premier League (10:15) and Ian’s time at Burnley (26:15), and then they look ahead to England’s first game of the Arnold Clark Cup against Canada (35:43). This was recorded ahead of Tuesday’s games, which will be covered on Thursday’s Stadio episode.