Fabricio Coloccini and JonasGutierrezreunite in Argentina

FabricioColoccini and Jonas Gutierrez worked alongside each other a few years ago when both were performing in the English club Newcastle United.

They joined Newcastle United on 2008 until 2015 which is the year when Coloccini decided to make his way out of the St. James Park as he made his return to Argentina.


When the Spanish coach took over the club last year, he made several changes that raised eyebrows but they have turned out to be the best decisions for the team overall, going by the achievements this term.

One of the aims of the former Liverpool, Real Madrid and Chelsea boss was to have a dependable backline. By March 2016, the sinking team had conceded 53 goals. The team was breaking into pieces so the coach had to make changes to reactions.


Fabricio Coloccini terminated his contract with Newcastle United by mutual agreement in July 5 as the centre-back made the decision of returning home by joining San Lorenzo in Argentina.

He made a move to the England side, Newcastle from Deportivo La Coruna in 2008 and impactfully featured in 248 league matches for the recently relegated team, Newcastle United.


Fabricio Coloccini, who had previously featured for Newcastle United as a defender, recently opened up about some of his interests outside football most particularly, 'the brutality and barbarity of humankind.’

Coloccini had stayed on at the Tyneside for about eight years, out of which in the last 5, he wore the captain band for his team. He recently left the Magpies just this summer, returning to Argentina where he currently is with San Lorenzo.


The contract of Fabricio Coloccini with Newcastle United Was been terminated by “mutual consent” on July 5th as the Centre-Back joined San Lorenzo in Argentina.

The Argentine signed for Newcastle from Deportivo La Coruna in 2008 and went on to make 248 league appearances for the club. But due to their relegation to the Championship, from the Premier League the defender has returned to his native country, Argentina to join San Lorenzo.

Coloccini leaves Newcastle

FabricioColoccini has left Newcastle United by mutual consent and will be returning to his native Argentina. The player will be joining his local club, San Lorenzo.

The player has always stated that he wanted to end his career in his country, and this is what he will be doing.


Former Magpies captain Fabricio Coloccini has had his deal with the club terminated by mutual consent, according to reports from BBC.

The player left the recently relegated club from top flight football in England to the Championship and is back to his native country Argentina to play in San Lorenzo.

FabricioColoccini might be leaving Newcastle over the summer

Newcastle is expected to be holding talks with San Lorenzo over the transfer of FabricioColoccini during the summer.

It is reported that the Argentinian club might be interested in signing the defender. The player is currently on contract until 2017.

Coloccini has stated that he wants to go to San Lorenzo during the summer. He said that he wanted to return to Argentine football and that he would love to play again in his country. However, he said that he respected the Newcastle fans for what they have given him and also their support.

Newcastle will miss Fabricio Coloccini and Daryl Janmaat for next Game

Newcastle may continue to be without experienced campaigners like Fabricio Coloccini andDaryl Janmaat for the game against Manchester City, according to manager Rafa Benitez.

Fabricio Coloccini doesn’t believe there is any similarity between Newcastle United’s

Fabricio Coloccini doesn’t believe there is any similarity between Newcastle United’s present Premier League campaign and the one in 2008-09 when they had suffered relegation.

Newcastle presently has got 17 points. Exactly at this point of time in 2008, they had got 22 points. So, they were in a better situation than this back then, but, they still got demoted eventually.

So, the Geordies’ fans have all the reasons to be concerned at the moment.

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