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Charles To Join "France Fifty" Club

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CHARLES N'Zogbia will become a member of Newcastle United's "France Fifty" club when he clocks up a half-century of appearances for the Magpies in Saturday's game with Bolton Wanderers at St. James' Park.


To date, the talented 19-year-old has made 35 starts with a further 15 substitute outings, netting five goals in the process.


N'Zogbia is one of 12 Frenchmen to wear the black and white stripes for Newcastle in a competitive match, and will become the seventh to play 50 games for the club. The full list is:


Laurent Robert 181 games, 32 goals

Olivier Bernard 145 games, 6 goals

David Ginola 76 games, 7 goals

Didier Domi 70 games

Laurent Charvet 53 games, 1 goal

Jean Alain Boumsong 52 games

Charles N'Zogbia 49 games, 5 goals

Alain Goma 41 games, 1 goal

Sylvain Distin 35 games

Louis Saha 12 games, 2 goals

Frank Dumas, 7 games

Stephane Guivarc'h 4 games, 1 goal

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David Ginola 76 games, 7 goals


that stat always surprises me. Hard to believe he only got 7 goals.


Anyway, we have got a real gem on our hands here. Zoggy always does his best and has been putting in brilliant performances of late. One of his moments of brilliance, got us past Soton and broke the deadlock v Everton. He's leading by example.

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Can't believe hes made 50 appearances alreadym goal every 10 games not bad for your 1st full season and still adapting to the game. His assits may have hit double figures as well.

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