Newcastle players don't deserve blame for club's failed transfers - Rob Elliot

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"Now we have to move some players".

"It is hard, there are players here who have known for a long time that they would not have a squad number and will have to leave, but sometimes they do not like the money on offer or sometimes the club's make it hard because they do not want to the pay the money we want".

"We knew their fans would be very excited".

Newcastle reached the quarter-finals of the competition last season, and their fans will be hoping that they can match, if not better, that run in this year's tournament. As a group we now have to stay strong and take that on board. I think the lads have done and they've done brilliantly and the new signings look good.

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Two defeats from the opening two games was hardly the start anyone would have wanted on Newcastle's return to the top flight. I'm not saying we're going to win the league this year but I don't think it means that the world's coming to an end and we have to look with despair.

"It has not happened and that will frustrate him greatly".

The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper said: "It feels like the joy and the unbelievable feeling of coming up has sort of been shrouded since then".

Diame and Mitrovic need time on the pitch and surely will start. It seems to have gone away very quickly before we kicked a ball.

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Riviere - who has scored one league goal for Newcastle - spent last season on loan at Spanish club Osasuna.

Benitez has compared the Magpies summer business with that of the other two promoted teams Huddersfield and Brighton, both of whom have each strengthened with at least 10 new players.

Dwight Gayle had been a doubt for Benitez's side after he had been struggling to overcome with illness, however, he is expected to be available to join up with the Magpies, which will give them an added boost in the striker's department.

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