Newcastle force Papiss Cisse to train on his own following Wonga shirt sponsorship dispute
The striker was sent to the gym to train alone after returning from international duty on Friday, with other clubs now keeping tabs on his future
Papiss Cisse is being forced to train on his own after Newcastle got tough over his Wonga shirt sponsorship row.
Senegalese striker Cisse reported yesterday to train with his team-mates – but was sent to the gym to train on his own because of the dispute.
Cisse, a Muslim, has objected on religious grounds to wearing the logo of the pay day loans company on both training and playing strips.
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