The news over the weekend was that for the first time ever it seems, Newcastle owner Mike Ashley went into the dressing room after the game to congratulate the manager and the players on their first league win of the season. Mike Ashley on Saturday a smiling owner As we've mentioned before the very [.
In the last five games since we were demolishedby Southampton 4-0 on the south coast, it's been hard to fault our players, who have played their hearts out and maybe we have lacked some skill and some class, but the effort has been there and quite honestly that has been good to see. [...]
Here's the best video we can find of the highlights of yesterday's 1-0 home win over Leicester City at St. James' Park that gave usour first league win of the season. Good action shot of Gabby Obertan yesterday Here's the eight minute video enjoy. You can follow us on our three social media sites [.
Here is an interview after the game yesterday with our Man of the Match Gabby Obertan, and with local lad Steven Taylor, who had a solid game in central defense yesterday in place of the inured Mike Williamson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgveLCYa6RY Comments welcome. You can follow us on our three social media sites below:
We were very pleased to hear that Mike Ashley went into the dressing room after the game yesterday to congratulate the lads on a very good win and a decent performance on the day that was showing his human side and Mike needs to do more of that at Newcastle. A smiling Mike Ashley [...]
The video screen wasn't secured well enough yesterday and that caused a delay in the kickoff of the game against Leicester for an hour, Cheick Tiote was injured in the warmup and had to be replaced by Vurnon Anita, and the news was also coming through that Newcastlehad stopped providing food for the journalists in [.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will not allow his players to rest on their laurels after they finally ended their wait for a first Barclays Premier League win of the season at the eighth attempt.
A rare goal from French midfielder Gabriel Obertan was enough to secure a 1-0 victory over Leicester at St James' Park in a game which was delayed by an hour because of problems with a newly-erected big screen.
As we mentioned in a report we put out before the gameyesterday, Newcastle could now face a big fine from the FA and Premier League, after the club were forced to delay the start of their Premier League game with Leicester City for an hour, because the new large video screen was unstable and was [.
Alan Pardew today at St. James' Park It's good to look at the video of Alan Pardew's interviews after the game, because sometimes the words don't carry the full meaning here's Alan's interview with BBC Sports after our first league win against Leicester City today. That was the first time owner Mike Ashley has [.
Pressure is building on Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp. The R's are locked to the bottom of the Premier League table with just 4 points from 7 games. A heavy defeat at home could be sealthe fate of Redknapp at Loftus Road.
At the same time, Liverpool currently sits in 10th position with 10 points, but a win could leapfrog them into fifth.
Garry Monk accused Stoke's Victor Moses of cheating by making a "blatant dive" in Swansea's 2-1 defeat at the Britannia Stadium, adding that the winger should be ashamed of himself and punished for his actions.
Swans boss Monk was left fuming at the Potters' equalizer in the Barclays Premier League contest, which came in the 43rd minute after Moses went to ground in the visitors' box under the attentions of Angel Rangel.
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Chelsea continued their unbeaten start to the season with a comfortable 2-1 win away at Crystal Palace on Saturday. In this same fixture last season, the Blues struggled to break down a dogged Palace side and ended up on the wrong side of a 1-0 scoreline.
Chelsea extended their unbeaten record and five point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Goals from Oscar and Cesc Fabregas sealed the three points for Jose Mourinho.
League leaders Chelsea came to Selhurst Park attempting to keep their lead at the top of the Premier League at 5 points. Having suffered a defeat there last season, Chelsea made sure they were better equipped for Crystal Palace's pressure. They emerged victorious 2-1, with goals from Oscar and Cesc Fabregas.
Cesc Fabregas scored early in the second half as Chelsea maintained their five-point lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 win away to Crystal Palace. Sergio Aguero scored all four in a 4-1 win for Manchester City over Tottenham in the lunchtime kick-off, while Danny Welbeck netted in injury time to salvage a 2-2 draw for Arsenal at home to Hull.
Jose Mourinho believes his unbeaten Chelsea side would be champions elect in any other championship than the Premier League after their scintillating start to the season.
Chelsea lacked "balls" in last season's defeat at Crystal Palace which saw Mourinho concede the title, but on their return to Selhurst Park the Blues secured a seventh win from eight matches this term courtesy of sublime Oscar and Cesc Fabregas goals in a 2-1 win.
After Arsenal's 2-2 draw against Hull City on Saturday, BBC reporter Jacqui Oatley interviewed Arsene Wenger and asked him some point-blank questions about why he believes Arsenal are not winning as many matches as they should.
While the questions were pretty straightforward, Wenger was on the defensive and didn't like the manner of the questions.
Well, so much for this being the start of a run of games that might see the team find some form and rhythm. Although we began well, we soon self-destructed in typical Arsenal style and in the end we were lucky to salvage a point with a late Danny Welbeck goal.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger felt his side only had themselves to blame after having to battle back to secure a 2-2 draw against Hull with a stoppage-time equalizer from Danny Welbeck at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners, with a makeshift defense and missing Mesut Ozil because of a knee injury, had taken an early lead through a fine finish from Alexis Sanchez and looked on their way to victory.
It was really great to get our first league win of the season yesterday against Leicester City, but we missed three good chances that we should really have converted, and it took a Gabby Obertan special after 71 minutes to get us the win, and it was a hard-fought win by our lads. Alan Pardew [...
Alan Pardew doing the rumba this afternoon Here is Alan Pardew's Sky Sports interview after the 1-0 win against Leicester City at St. James' Park today our first league win of the season and Alan says he now want the side to build on this win. Mike Ashley was in the dressing room after [...]
Gus Poyet was left bemoaning the most embarrassing moment of his football career after his Sunderland side were hammered 8-0 at Southampton.
The Uruguayan saw the Black Cats score two own goals on their way to their biggest ever Barclays Premier League defeat as a Graziano Pelle brace, as well as goals from Jack Cork, Dusan Tadic, Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mane sealed a memorable afternoon for the hosts.
If you've listened to the World Soccer Talk Podcast this season, you'll be familiar with the voice of the Liverpool Football Club-lovingNate Abaurrea, the American who has added an unpredictability to the podcast with his wit, sharp analysis, football songs and walks down memory lane.
ESPN has begun publishing goal highlights from the Premier League on its ESPN FC website.
The new development began today during Gameweek 8 of the Premier League. Previously, the NBC Sports website had exclusive online rights to goal highlights from August 2013 onwards. However, the recent development reveals that NBC Sports must have agreed to sublicense online highlights to ESPN whereby both NBC Sports and ESPN share the Premier League highlights on their respective websites.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez hailed the return of Ross Barkley after the England international's first appearance of the season contributed to their first home league win.
The 20-year-old played 65 minutes after recovering from a knee injury on the eve of the campaign and was instrumental in the 3-0 victory against Aston Villa, pulling the strings as Phil Jagielka and Romelu Lukaku scored before Seamus Coleman, also coming back from injury, added the third.