John Carver has named his side for today's home game against Tottenham and Coloccini returns and Anita keeps his place at left back and Ryan Taylor moves to midfield. Newcastle(4-3-3): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Vurnon Anita; Ryan Taylor, Mehdi Abeid, Jack Colback; Remy Cabella, Ayoze Perez, Yoan Gouffran Substitutes: Freddie [.
John Carver's job is to get Newcastle some points on the board, so he's trying his best to get the crowd behind him for the game at home against Tottenham on Sunday afternoon, but there are at least a couple of things that have happened since the last home game against Arsenal almost four weeks [...]
Newcastle will play on Sunday against Spurs, and both teams haven't been at their best of late with Newcastle on a losing streak of five games and having lost six of the last seven so we are hoping the lads can stop the rot on Sunday at St. James' Park. Lee Charnley and Mike [...]
John Carver has just named his side for tonight's tough game at Anfield and Daryl Janmaat is in the starting line-up, but the big shock is that Jonas has been dropped. Teams: Liverpool (4-3-3): Simon Mignolet; Glen Johnson, Emre Can, Dejan Lovren, Alberto Moreno; Joe Allen, Lucas Leiva, Jordan Henderson; Jordan Ibe, Raheem Sterling, Philippe [.
It was another pathetic performance from Newcastle United at Sunderland last time out, and it was on a par with our previous two road games when we were hammered 3-0 at Everton and 5-0 at Manchester City. John Carver doesn't have much choice Newcastle haven't scored a goal in our last three away games, [.
John Carver has again been upbeat and positive about the game tonight at Liverpool, and in his many interviews before the game, he says he expects Newcastle to put up a good performance and if we can do that we can get our first win there since back in 1994. John Carver gung-ho [...]
Newcastle may be the worst form team in the Premier League at the moment, andwhen we've watched teams fighting relegation over the weekend like Burnley against Arsenal yesterday and QPR against Chelsea today both homesides lost by just 1-0, but Burnley and QPR were unlucky not to take anything out of their games [.
Sunderland were back to their usual form as Crystal Palace tore them apart at the Stadium of Light in the second half with four goals in just 17 minutes, and 4-1 wasn't even indicative of how much better Palace were on Saturday. Sunderland have only five wins this season, joint worst record in the Premier [.
Newcastle have a very difficult game on Monday night, and there seems no way we can get anything out of that game, but with Liverpool suffering a few injuries themselves, maybe Newcastle can produce a shock result and even get something out of this game. Maybe. From what we heard from John Carver this morning, [.
John Carver has just announced the Newcastle team to play Sunderland, and the surprise is that Jonas Gutierrez starts for the first time for Newcastle since he beat testicular cancer. Teams: Sunderland: Costel Pantilimon, Billy Jones, John O'Shea (c), Santiago Vergini, Patrick van Aanholt, Lee Cattermole, Jordi Gomez, Seb Larsson, Steven Fletcher, Connor Wickham, Jermain [.
You may have missed my blog posts here on The Liver Bird over the past couple of weeks, you may have not been arsed but I can assure you it feels bloody good to be back blogging and off we go with an Arsenal match preview!
Ayoze Perez and Remy Cabella are both in the starting line-up for Newcastle today at home to Arsenal. Newcastle(4-2-3-1): Tim Krul; Ryan Taylor, Daryl Janmaat, Mike Williamson, Jack Colback; Moussa Sissoko, Vurnon Anita; Remy Cabella, Yoan Gouffran, Sammy Ameobi; Ayoze Perez Substitutes: Rob Elliot, Lubomir Satka, Olivier Kemen, Jonas Gutierrez, Gabriel Obertan, Adam Armstrong, Emmanuel [.
John Carver has just announced the Newcastle team for this afternoon's Premier League game at Everton and there's no Ayoze Perez in the starting line-up. Teams: Everton (4-2-3-1): Tim Howard; Seamus Coleman, Antolin Alcaraz, Phil Jagielka (c), Leighton Baines; Darron Gibson, James McCarthy; Aaron Lennon, Leon Osman, Arouna Kone; Romelu Lukaku Substitutes: Joel Robles, Luke [.
Everton won their Europa League tie with Dynamo Kiev last night, when they won 2-1 at home in the first leg of their round of the last 16, and they play the return leg in Ukraine next Thursday. John Carver pressure is on Everton But before that Everton will entertain Newcastle United on Sunday [...
John Carver has just announced the Newcastle side for the home game against Manchester United tonight, and an expected Ryan Taylor has come in for the injured Massadio Haidara at left-back, and young Lubo Saka has been brought in as a sub. Teams: Newcastle (4-4-2): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Ryan [.
We wouldn't be surprised if John Carver doesn't keep essentially the same team that did well on Saturday in getting only our second win in 2015 with a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa. Ryan Taylor expected at left back tonight Massadio Haidara is a doubt with water on the knee, and we'd be surprised [...
John Carver has just announced his team for the home game against Aston Villa and Gabby Obertan, Mehdi Abeid, Sammy Ameobi and Manu Riviereall start. Teams: Newcastle (4-4-2): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Massadio Haidara; Gabriel Obertan, Moussa Sissoko, Mehdi Abeid, Sammy Ameobi; Emmanuel Riviere, Papiss Cisse Substitutes: Freddie Woodman, Ryan [.
Liverpool face Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday afternoon as they look to put their loss in the Europa League behind them. The Reds have been on fantastic form in the league lately but will face a tough challenge in Pellegrini's side.
Injuries for Liverpool have taken a bit of a boost with the return of Philippe Coutinho.
Newcastle are playing the second bottom side Aston Villa this afternoon, and usually we would have a sizable ratio of fans thinking we can win this game. For our home game against Crystal Palace on 30th August, 70% thought we would win the game, andwhen we played Hull City at home on 20th September, 66% [.
Wem-ber-leeeeey, Wem-ber-leeeey! We're the famous Liverpool and we're going to Wembely, Wem-ber-leeeeey... oh soz! It's match preview time innit? I do apologise only I've been MEGA excited for this match and it's all sort of bubbling over now.
Liverpool travel to Blackburn on Wednesday evening as they aim to secure a place in the semi finals of the FA Cup. The Reds are still attempting to recover after a disastrous defeat to Arsenal at the weekend and with rumours of dressing room bust ups also doing the rounds, it is vital that Liverpool are focused on Wednesday in what realistically is their last hope of any glory this season.
The Reds welcome Blackburn to Anfield on Sunday evening as Brendan Rodgers aims to steer his side through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup. After being knocked out of the Europa League by Besiktas, this competition remains Liverpool's only hope of silverware this season.
Liverpool welcome Burnley to Anfield tomorrow as the Reds look to continue a sublime run of form. After beating Manchester City at the weekend Brendan Rodgers has his sights firmly set on the top four and will be aiming to pick up another three points against the Clarets.
Right, after Van Gaal's press conference it is looking more desperate than Piers Morgan's Tinder profile. And although recent news today has revealed United's backline to be more decimated than the homes of Iraqis after 2003, there absolutely is reason for hope this weekend.
Tomorrow's trip to Stamford Bridge has had United fans flip flopping more than Nick Clegg on whether to let David Cameron use his mouth or his backside.
As all 15 of Manchester City's away support turned out to watch an impotent, lackluster and embarrassingly lazy team of mercenaries limp to defeat against Crystal Palace earlier this week you could almost feel the heat rise on the red side of Manchester.
United fans have blown the dust off the book of optimism this week, unused for so long.
The air of unease surrounding toay's fixture against Spurs is similar to that of using the bus.
You expect it to be bumpy, out of your control and there's usually some gormless looking moron sat at the front smelling like urine. Harry Kane and his Spurs side will undoubtedly turn up intending to give United an equally uncomfortable experience.
After a thrilling 3-3 match at PPL Park in mid-June, Colorado embarked on an epic collapse. New holding midfielders should shore up MLS's worst defense, but Wenger, Aristeguieta, and Le Toux will give Shane O'Neill and company an early test.
Either you're willing to give Van Gaal time to build his team, bed in new players and establish a regime oryou're frothing at the mouth, grabbing torches and pitchforks, incoherently muttering about Dennis Irwin and are ready to hire the latest European manager with a floppy fringe.