Many stars have passed through Newcastle United and have left an immortal mark in its 129-year history.
The club’s long list of historic names was led by Alan Shearer, who set a record no one has beaten so far, scoring 206 goals in 404 games in all competitions. He is followed by his French colleague David Ginola, who has played 75 matches, Colombian Faustino Aspria and Englishman Andy Cole.
Aspria defended Newcastle’s colors in 61 games, scoring 18 goals, while Cole played 84 games, scoring 68 goals before moving to Manchester United.
Several names have emerged at Newcastle United, such as England’s Kevin Keegan, who has played 85 games and scored 49 goals. Paul Gascoigne won at Newcastle, wearing his colors 104 games and scoring 25 goals.
Despite the club’s decline in recent years, stars have continued to shine in the skies of St James’ Park, such as Babis Cissé and Demba Ba, who scored 50 league goals between 2011 and 2013.