By Dominic Toner
Jack Colback has been named in Newcastle’s starting line up against Norwich – and the club’s supporters voiced their concern on Twitter with the decision.
Rafa Benitez has made two changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Aston Villa at the weekend.
Colback and goalkeeper Karl Darlow have come into the side for Isaac Hayden and Matz Sels.
Newcastle revealed the team news on their official Twitter account ahead of the Championship clash against Norwich.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) September 28, 2016
The Magpies have started the new campaign in indifferent form given the money spent in the summer with the north east side currently sat in ninth place with 16 points.
Their opponents Norwich are currently second in the division and can go to top of the league with a win on Wednesday night against Newcastle.
Benitez will be hoping that midfielder Colback can have a positive impact on the game at St James’ Park.
Colback, 26, has made six appearances this season and is still searching for his first goal.
Newcastle supporters took to Twitter to express their frustration with the central midfielder’s inclusion in the side.
Get beat tonight. Colback ain't good enough
— @stubbers78 (@_stubbers78) September 28, 2016
Jack colback….looks like we will be giving away some needless freekicks tonight! #nufc
— Phillip fordham (@Phillipfordham) September 28, 2016
Not a big fan of Colback but decent side apart from that #NUFC
— Barry Blakely (@BarryBlakely) September 28, 2016
Colback starting goodness me.
— Chris (@nufc_chris9) September 28, 2016
Colback starting over Hayden is like asking for a full English breakfast and someone giving you beans on toast instead, doesn't work! #NUFC
— Kraig Robbo (@KraigRobbo_) September 28, 2016
Colback for Hayden ! ……. ?scratches head #NUFC
— Paul Clery (@paulc02) September 28, 2016
Diame starting is worry for me as is Colback in the middle of the park
— Shaun Durning (@SDMorpeth) September 28, 2016
In other Newcastle team news, Benitez predicts a great future for the club’s player who is currently under-fire.