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French midfielder Yohan Cabaye came to Newcastle in 2011 from Lille. He is known as a player with excellent play-making vision, ball control and technical abilities. Cabaye served France's youth international squads from the U-16 to U-21 levels. His sharp skills he has developed with both senior clubs have earned him several call-ups with the French national squad; his first appearance was in 2010 against Norway.

Show your support for the Magpies with this Newcastle United third jersey from PUMA. This jersey has the PUMA cat logo and Newcastle team badge embroidered on the chest with additional PUMA branding embroidered on the sleeves. "1892" is printed below the back collar.

100% polyester. Imported.


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At the 1966 World Cup in England, Portuguese superstar Eusebio, top scorer and “Player of the Tournament,” wears Puma's “King” boots. Rules of the Game: If a team finishes a match with a greater number of players than their opponents and penalty kicks are taken to determine the winner of a match, that team shall reduce their numbers to equal that of their opponents. The team captain has Rules of the Game: During a kick-off, the opponents of the team taking the kick-off must be at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the ball until it is in play. Rules of the Game: In the event that the game ball should burst or fail somehow during the run of play, the referee will immediately stop the match until the game can be resumed by calling for a drop ball at the spot of the failure with a fresh ball. The 1934 and 1990 World Cups were held in Italy.