Date: 12th March 2009 at 3:20pm
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Newcastle United FC are continuing their ‘build-from-the-ground-up’ approach by signing, and nurturing talent on an Academy level. The Magpies’ youth policy is proving to be a real plus for the club with gifted youngsters already showing their worth in the Toon shirt.

In the spirit of the new drive which has seen United lock horns with Arsenal, and Manchester United in chasing top youngsters from around the world, Newcastle United have now offered contracts to their stars-of-tomorrow to keep them for a further year at the club.

Defenders Callum Morris, Darren Lough and James Taylor have all been offered new one-year deals, with teenage midfielder Bradden Inman winning a two-year extension to his current deal.