Slimani hit with violent conduct charge

Wednesday, 02 May, 2018

Newcastle forward Islam Slimani has been charged with violent conduct after an off-the-ball incident during Saturday's 1-0 defeat by West Brom. In the 80th minute, Slimani allegedly kicked West Bromwich defender Craig Dawson, but somehow the match officials failed to see the incident.

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Cape Town - Christian Atsu says the Newcastle United players love playing for manager Rafa Benitez and believes it's crucial for the club to hold on to him. After being brought to Leicester for a club record fee in 2016, the 29 year old never really managed to establish himself in the Leicester side. But including Saturday, Slimani has made just four appearances for Newcastle, with no goals scored.