Bottom of the league Newcastle head to Southampton in their quest for a Premier League win.
The Magpies will be looking for comfort away from home, but head to a ground that hasn’t been kind to them.
The last time Newcastle won at St Mary’s was way back in 2004. Back then, Newcastle were managed by Graeme Souness, and his side were able to win 2-1 on the South Coast.
Where are they now? The last Newcastle XI to beat Southampton away
After retiring in 2017, Given has now moved into the world of coaching. Working alongside Frank Lampard, the Irish stopper is a goalkeeping coach at Derby County.
The right-back was the last Newcastle player to score a winning goal at St Mary’s. Carr retired in 2013, with Birmingham being his final club. Upon retirement, Carr intended to move to Spain with his family to pursue business interests.
Still a legendary Newcastle figure for scoring against Sunderland. A name you will still hear sung by the Toon Army. O’Brien retired in 2014 after playing in the MLS for Vancouver Whitecaps.
A local lad who had two spells with the club, Elliott retired in 2008. The defender moved to America to work for the US Soccer Federation, and also set up the Robbie Elliott Foundation to raise money for charities such as the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
Another player who had two spells with Newcastle. Bernard is now the owner of Durham City FC, and also works with the Show Racism The Red Card campaign.
The former Manchester United midfielder is now head of the academy at Old Trafford, and is a co-owner of Salford City alongside other members of the Class of 92.
This would be Jenas’ final full season at Newcastle. Retiring early due to injury, Jenas now works for BT Sport and BBC as a pundit.
More famous for fighting with Kieron Dyer. Bowyer is now in the world of management, taking charge of Charlton Athletic in League One.
The outspoken Welshman is now Player Development Manager for Cardiff City’s academy. Bellamy is also a pundit for Sky Sports.
Newcastle’s all-time leading goalscorer. Shearer is a pundit on Match of the Day, and is never shy of sharing his feelings on his beloved Newcastle.
A legend of Dutch football, Kluivert is currently assistant manager for Cameroon, working beneath Clarence Seedorf.