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Did he really play for them? #4 John Dahl Tommason had established himself as one of the best young players around at his to time playing for Heerneveen in the Dutch Eredivise. He spent 3 seasons with them and in his final season he managed to score 24 goals in 38 games in all competitions. Kenny Daglish the then manger of Newcastle United manager to beat out a whole host of clubs to sign the Dane attacking midfielder and the potential of playing him just behind Alan Shearer seems like it couldn't fail. But between the signing of Les Ferdinand and a very bad injury to Alan Shearer it meant that Tommason was often deployed as an out and striker and due to the physicalty of the Premiership at that time he was often muscled out in games. In the end Tommason only lasted one season scoring 3 or 4 goals in over 20 games before moving in to pastures a new in Holland & Italy where he won a number of trophies including the Uefa Cup & Uefa Champions League. #johndahltomasson#newcastleunited#heerneveen#feyenoordrotterdam#acmilan#premiership#premierleague#eredivisie#seriea#serieatim#footballinsanity
The correct answer to yesterday’s question is The Magpies. Newcastle were founded in 1892 by the merger of Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End. One of Britain’s most supported clubs they have been playing at its current home ground of St James’ Park ever since.