PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY 5th MARCH REVIEW
8 Mar
2016
Written by Philip Duff

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY 5th MARCH REVIEW »

  Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal Tottenham missed the chance to go top of the table as the North London derby ended in stalemate. Arsenal scored the only goal of an uneventful first half through Ramsey’s nifty finish. In the second half Coquelin receiving a red card and Alderweireld fired in for Spurs to level, before Kane […]

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY 5th MARCH PREDICTIONS
8 Mar
2016
Written by Philip Duff

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY 5th MARCH PREDICTIONS »

Tottenham v Arsenal The North London derby is always an important game for both sets of fans, but this match holds more significance. With 10 games remaining for both clubs, this weekend could determine who Leicester’s biggest title challengers will be. Arsenal are now on a losing run of three, and the fact that Spurs […]

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY REVIEW
14 Feb
2016
Written by Philip Duff

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY REVIEW »

Sunderland 2-1 Manchester United Sunderland ended their four game losing streak with victory over an unimpressive Manchester United. January signings Wahbi Khazri and Lamine Kone were both involved in the Black Cat’s goals; midfielder Khazri scoring via a free-kick and defender Kone’s header resulting in an own goal. Martial may have scored in between the […]

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY PREDICTIONS
12 Feb
2016
Written by Philip Duff

PREMIER LEAGUE: SATURDAY PREDICTIONS »

Another Saturday and another instalment of Premier League action. With battles already beginning to form between the clubs that are looking for glory and those looking to avoid the drop, points are becoming increasingly crucial to every club. Here are my predictions for Saturday’s matches. Sunderland v Manchester United Currently in 18th, the Black Cats […]

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 22 – Another goals galore weekend?
15 Jan
2016
Written by Mike Allcock

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 22 – Another goals galore weekend? »

After a midweek set of fixtures which saw a bagful of goals, this weekend looks like it could potentially be another cracker.   Saturday 12:45 – Tottenham Hotspurs vs Sunderland On paper this looks like a home win banker. After a disappointing defeat midweek Tottenham will be looking to bounce back with a convincing win. […]

How Alan Pardew’s fortunes changed »

Just over a month ago, Newcastle United were sitting in 18th place in the Premier League with just four points from their first seven games. Since then Alan Pardew’s side have picked up 12 points from a possible 12 and have leapt to 8th in the table. Alan Pardew was a dead man walking with […]

Did the absence of Falcao and Rooney against Chelsea allow Van Persie to flourish?
28 Oct
2014
Written by Robert Ford

Did the absence of Falcao and Rooney against Chelsea allow Van Persie to flourish? »

After being criticised by the media and fans alike for his performances this season, on Sunday evening Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie showcased why he still has a big part to play in United’s quest to return to the Champions League next season and have them back challenging for top honours. Van Persie’s 93rd minute […]

He may be safe for now, but Pardew’s position is untenable
1 Oct
2014
Written by Robert Ford

He may be safe for now, but Pardew’s position is untenable »

It seems as if for the past 2 and a half years Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has been hanging on to his job by a thread, and despite a 1-0 defeat away to Stoke on Monday night that leaves his side 19th in the Premier League, Pardew is still expected to lead his side […]

How Siem De Jong’s thigh injury is a major blow for Newcastle United’s hopes of success this season
7 Sep
2014
Written by Robert Ford

How Siem De Jong’s thigh injury is a major blow for Newcastle United’s hopes of success this season »

New Newcastle United midfielder Siem De Jong has been told that he could be facing months on the sidelines after picking up a thigh injury in training on Friday. Unless the assessment on the injury this week goes better than expected, then it could be a matter of the Dutchman being out until after the […]

Why Newcastle United have given the fans a reason to be excited »

Newcastle United fans are notorious for letting their feeling be heard, and after being subjected to a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City in their opening fixture on Sunday afternoon, you could sense that optimism had returned to the St James Park faithful. Despite defeat, there were many encouraging signs for the fans to cheer about, […]