Where are they now? Newcastle United's first starting XI of the 2010s

Peter Lovenkrands scored an emotional equaliser as Newcastle drew with West Brom in the Championship in the Magpies’ first game of the decade.

Monday, 30th December 2019, 4:55 pm
Chris Hughton was Newcastle United manager back in 2010.

The point extended Newcastle’s lead at the top of the Championship to three points but where are the starting XI from that day now? Scroll down and click through the pages to find out.

Steve Harper re-joined Newcastle United on 22 November 2019 as first-team coach and also works with the Northern Ireland national team.
On 5 July 2016, Coloccini mutually agreed with Newcastle United that his contract would be terminated, with him signing for Primera División side San Lorenzo that same day where he remains.

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Jose Enrique was diagnosed with chordoma, a rare brain tumour, in May 2018. He stated: "I am now in recovery and so thankful. Life is too precious." In April 2019, he received the all-clear.
After being released by Leicester City, Danny Simpson signed a one-year deal with Championship side Huddersfield Town.
The defender currently plays for Wellington Phoenix in the Australian A-League.
On 26 August 2018, Nolan was dismissed as manager of Notts County after a six-game winless run and is on the lookout for a new club.
In 2019, Danny Guthrie returned to English football to sign for League Two club Walsall but has yet to play a game.
The Argentine midfielder recently signed with Club Atlético Banfield.
Retired in 2014 after a stint with Birmingham City. In 2018, Lovenkrands announced he would be taking on the role of Reserve Team Coach at Rangers.
Finished playing at Notts County in 2018, has also managed the club in a caretaker capacity.
Hung up his playing boots at Notts County in 2018 after 312 league appearances and 53 goals for Newcastle.