Date: 1st June 2020 at 6:00pm
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A lot of Newcastle United fans have replied to a post from their club that contains a link to an interview with Isaac Hayden.

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To kick things off, who is this man from the 2009/10 season?

He discussed the return to contact training and the impending return of Premier League football.

The Premier League introduced phase two of training last week and then announced that they intend to restart the season on the 17th of June.

Hayden spoke openly about the situation, and he seems to be looking forward to the return of football.

However, it seems that many Toon fans don’t care and just want to know about the proposed takeover of the Toon.

Which annoys you more?

The lack of refunds

The lack of refunds

The time the takeover is taking

The time the takeover is taking

The deal for Mike Ashley to sell the club to Amanda Staveley’s Saudi-backed consortium has been with the Premier League for a while now after a deposit was paid to Ashley.

However, the Premier League have still not reached a decision even though one report claimed that the deal would be announced on the 1st of June, though nothing has happened.

Other Toon fans decided to focus on the fact their club have not spoken about refunds for the rest of the season – after it was confirmed that the season would be finished behind closed doors.

However, despite other Premier League clubs handing out refunds, the Toon have said nothing and look to be holding onto the money.

This has, rightly, angered many Newcastle fans.

One fan even suggested that Danny Rose would be unhappy with the remarks, which may relate to the fact that he recently stated that he feels as though Premier League players are being treated like lab rats.

Despite the takeover rumbling on and the club refusing to pay back money for tickets, Hayden seems like he is just getting on with training and preparing himself for the first match of the restart.

The former Arsenal man has made 24 league appearances for Newcastle, this season, scoring one goal and earning an average rating of 6.78.

Perhaps then, it is a surprise to see one fan call him the Toon’s best midfielder.

Hayden spoke well in his interview, but it seems that many Toon fans have other things on their mind.