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Papiss Cisse opens up home to young Newcastle United fans

Newcastle United centre-forward Papiss Cisse opens up the doors to his home to young supporters for a Christmas party.

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse invited local children into his house for a Christmas party last night.

The young fans were greeted by the 30-year-old in a black and white Santa costume, before he handed out presents and served cakes.

"I'd like to wish all of the Newcastle fans a merry Christmas and all the best for 2016," The Chronicle quotes Cisse as saying.

"It is important to say thank you for their support throughout the year and this was a way of showing that. I like to work hard for the fans and show them that I care."

The frontman has found the net twice from his eight starts this season.

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