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Newcastle United's Papiss Cisse forced to train on his own?

Cisse forced to train on his own?
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Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse is forced to train on his own after his row over the club's sponsorship escalates, according to a report.

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse has reportedly been forced to train by himself following his row with the club's new sponsors.

The Senegal international has refused to wear the Magpies shirt or training gear emblazoned with the club's sponsors Wonga on for religious reasons.

However, the row escalated as Newcastle chiefs ordered the striker to train on his own in the gym after he returned to the club on Friday, reports The Mirror.

Cisse scored 13 goals in 47 appearances in all competitions for the Magpies last season.

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