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Tim Krul

28-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Newcastle United  Premier


Netherlands

STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Knee    EST. RETURN:  8/27/2016
Birthdate:  April 3, 1988    Birthplace:  The Hague, Netherlands
Nationality:  Netherlands    Height:  6' 4"    Weight:  163 lbs    

August 22, 2016    Tim Krul News

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Krul (knee) is expected to sign a new one-year contract before leaving on loan to Ajax for the season, reports the Daily Mail.

Newcastle will subsidize a portion of the keeper's salary while he is at Ajax, and is nearing a return to action after knee ligament damage. Manager Rafael Benitez said he feels he has enough goalkeepers in the squad and wishes to allow Krul time to work his way back to full fitness.

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2015 Premier Newcastle United 17 33 1 0

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Tim Krul: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

December 13, 2015

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Krul (knee) is hoping to step up his recovery the in the next few days and was able to attend his first match in St. James Park since the injury.

Krul is looking to take the next big step in the recovery process, however there is still no return date set for next season. He said that this type of injury needs to be taken month by month and he can't rush back early from this one. In his absence Rob Eliot has been preforming at a high level, with three clean sheets in Eliot's last five matches, Bournemouth will hope Eliot continues his success as Krul heals.

October 11, 2015

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Krul has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn ACL in his right knee during the Netherlands' Euro 2016 qualifier against Kazakhstan on Saturday.

Freddie Woodman was recalled from his loan at Crawley Town to provide depth, while Rob Elliot will likely take over in goal.

October 3, 2015

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Krul made five saves and conceded six goals in Saturday's 6-1 defeat to Manchester City.

It was a second half to forget for the Dutch national keeper, as he conceded five times in a quarter of an hour. Krul has conceded 17 goals in eight matches this season and has kept only one clean sheet, but has very little help from a weak back line. He'll look to bounce-back against the newly promoted Norwich City side after the international break.

September 27, 2015

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Krul made two saves in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Chelsea.

Krul conceded twice in the space of eight minutes as first Ramires scored in the 78th minute and Willian drew the visitors level in the 86th minute.

September 22, 2015

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Krul made two saves in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Watford.

Krul had little chance with either of Odion Ighalo's goals and the latest loss comes after two strong showings against Arsenal and Manchester United where the Dutchman conceded just once whilst making 17 saves.

September 14, 2015

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Krul conceded two goals and made one save in Monday's loss to West Ham.

West Ham peppered the Newcastle goal with shots, but only three of their 17 found the cage. Unfortunately for Krul, two of those found the back of the net. While Newcastle dominated the possession, little of their movement was productive and forward, finding themselves behind the eight-ball for the whole match. After a pair of fantastic performances from Krul against Manchester United and Arsenal where he conceded once while making 17 saves, Krul came back down to earth on Monday. He'll look to bounce back over the weekend when they take on a newly promoted Watford.

August 29, 2015

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Krul was phenomenal in a losing effort, making nine saves and only conceding an own goal in Saturday's 1-0 loss to Arsenal.

Krul was peppered with shots early and often and the 10-man Newcastle side for more than three-quarters of the match forced deep in their own zone, Krul did everything he could to preserve a point for the Magpies. After eight saves against Manchester United last week and nine more on Saturday against another Champions League side, Krul has re-established himself as a top keeper, even if the results don't always come with it.