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Newcastle announce 10 percent reduction in season ticket prices

The ESPN FC crew debate Rafa Benitez's decision to remain at Newcastle and whether or not he can bring them back to the Premier League.

Newcastle have reduced season ticket prices by 10 percent after persuading Rafael Benitez to take on the challenge of leading the club back into the Premier League.

Two days after getting the answer they wanted from the 56-year-old Spaniard, the Magpies announced across-the-board reductions in the hope of filling St James' Park next season.

Managing director Lee Charnley said: "With our future under Rafa now secured, we're delighted to announce price reductions across the board for all supporters.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Ibrahimovic 'future is already written,' praises Mourinho

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MANCHESTER UNITED: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he has decided where his future lies but refused to confirm whether he is joining Manchester United. "It's not a difficult choice, I know what I want," he said. "The future is already written. I have made my choice." He went on to add: "You want action you bring Mourinho. I believe he is the man to bring them back to the top."

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Rafa Benitez signs three-year deal to stay at Newcastle

Rafael Benitez has agreed a new deal to remain with Newcastle United on a three-year deal.
The FC crew talk about Rafa Benitez's prospects next season; will he remain with Newcastle or seek a stronger league?

Rafael Benitez has agreed to stay at Newcastle and lead the fight for promotion back to the Premier League, the club have confirmed.

The 56-year-old Spaniard has signed a new initial three-year deal after opting not to exercise the release clause in the contract he signed in March to protect him in the event of relegation, and will have day-to-day responsibility for all football-related matters.

Benitez said: "I am extremely pleased to be staying at Newcastle United. The love I could feel from the...