Five of the worst midfielders to play for Newcastle

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Fabrice  Pancrate

Fabrice Pancrate was signed in 2009 on a free transfer from French side Sochaux, and scored a wonder goal against Watford early in his career.

That would prove to be his highest moment in a black and white shirt. Pancrate would only make five Premier League starts in four years for the Magpies, and joined Nantes in July 2013.

In a career that started in 2001, the midfielder only made 191 league starts in 13 years, which tells you something about the quality of his play.