David Rozehnal

David Rozehnal

David Rozehnal

  • Date of Birth: 5 July 1980
  • Birthplace: Šternberk, Šternberk, Czechoslovakia

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Sam Allardyce's radar for some time. David Rozehnal during a Newcastle United training session on July 13, 2007 Allardyce had not long been
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Nedved out of Czech squad

It has today been revealed that Pavel Nedved will not make the squad for the upcoming tournament.

Rozehnal heads to Lazio

Newcastle defender David Rozenhal has completed a shock transfer on loan to Lazio. The defender only joined Newcastle in the summer in a £2.9 million move but it seems his future lies elsewhere.

Bolton frustrate Newcastle

Kevin Keegan's return to Newcastle hasn't started the way he would have hoped as Bolton frustrated the Geordies to a 0-0 draw. Bolton threw in an uncompromising display to prevent Newcastle from breaking the deadlock.

Mort wants more at Newc

Newcastle chairman Chris Mort has admitted he is disappointed with 'too many disappointing results' this season. Newcastle have fallen into the wrong half of the Premiership and Sam Allardyce is under huge pressure to turn around results.

Barton last minute hero

Joey Barton was the hero as Newcastle rescued three important points against Fulham in the last minute. Elliot Omozusi was penalised for bringing down Alan Smith in the box, and up stepped Joey Barton to dispatch the ball home.

Newcastle leave it late

Newcastle picked up a hugely important victory over Birmingham after Habib Beye scored a last minute goal to give the Toon a 2-1 victory over Birmingham at St. James Park. The victory eases the pressure on Sam Allardyce.

Newcastle defeat Hammers

Newcastle defeated West Ham with Mark Viduka scoring an excellent brace and Charles N'Zogbia also getting on the scoresheet. Dean Ashton's goal for West Ham was not enough for the London side to rescue some points. Michael Owen was also taken off as an injury precaution with a groin problem.

Derby County stun Newcastle

Kenny Miller's superb strike gave Derby a 1-0 win over Newcastle, their first of the season, after a dour affair at Pride Park.