Steve McClaren has just announced his team for the very tough game at home to Arsenal today, in the early kick-off game and both Daryl Janmaat and Moussa Sissoko return to the team and Steven Taylor, Gabby Obertan and Ayoze Perez drop to the bench. As we had hoped Florian Thauvin makes his first [...
Newcastle do not have a good record against Arsenal and we have lost the last seven meetings, and we haven beaten Arsenal since November, 2010 when Chris Houghton was manager. That was at the Emirates, when we took them apart1-0, with a headed goal from Andy Carroll just before the half time break.
Newcastle have lost the last seven games against Arsenal, but hope reigns supreme at the moment, and we seem to be in some decent form. If Florian Thauvin can have a good game against a team who wanted to sign him three years ago we could even do the seemingly impossible and win this [...]
After picking up a well earned point at the Emirates on Monday evening Liverpool must now welcome fellow Londoners West Ham to Anfield on Saturday. It's fair to say that the Hammers have had a mixed start to life in the Premier League under Bilic, so can the Reds collect all three points? Liverpool have a few injury woes to contend with going into the game.
With the last two games producing very good performances from two very different Newcastle sides, against Manchester United and Northampton Town Steve McClaren will have a difficult job deciding what the teamshould be for Saturday's early kick-off game at home to Arsenal. But we would be surprised if he makes too many changes from the side [.
Liverpool travel to London on Monday evening as they prepare to face Arsenal in their third fixture of the season. The Reds have picked up two wins out of two whilst the Gunners have won just one game having lost their opening tie against West Ham. Will a stumbling start from Wenger's side assist the Reds or is it going to be the same old story at the Emirates?
Steve McClaren has just announced the Newcastle team to play Manchester United at Old Trafford today a game that has a 12:45 pm early kick-off and the game has come a bit early for Moussa Sissoko who misses out. But both Mitrovic and Perez start this game with Papiss Cisse dropping down to [...]
In our polls on the result of our first two games, the majority of fans thought we would win both games at home to Southampton and away at Swansea. We didn't win either, and maybe little bit of reality has set in, and our next couple of games are certainly very tough. They are [...]
Liverpool face Bournemouth on Monday evening for their first fixture at Anfield in the new 2015/2016 season. After picking up a late win at the Britannia thanks to a glorious Coutinho strike, the Reds will be buoyant going in to this game, hoping to collect all three points and put a dent in any gaps created by teams over the weekend.
Steve McClaren has just named his team for the tough game at Swansea today and it's an unchanged team from last week. Newcastle (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Chancel Mbemba, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Massadio Haidara; Vurnon Anita, Jack Colback; Moussa Sissoko, Georginio Wijnaldum, Gabriel Obertan; Papiss Cisse Substitutes: Karl Darlow, Steven Taylor, Mike Williamson, Cheick [.
We would be very surprised if Steve McClaren doesn't start the same team tomorrow that started against Southampton that did quite well last Sunday until the last 15 minutes when we seemed to tire, and also didn't helpourselves by giving the ball away too much. Those are two areas Steve McClaren will be looking for [.
Last week 44% of our readers though that we could beat Southampton in our opening game of the season,and we were ahead 2-1 with just 11 minutes to play, but couldn't hold on to get a famous win. The lads played well but tired towards the end of the game but we are hoping that [...]
Steve McClaren has just named the starting eleven for the first game of the seasonagainst Southampton at St. James' Park today and it's a new center-back pairing with Coloccini and Mbemba both starting for Newcastle. Newcastle (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Chancel Mbemba, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Massadio Haidara; Vurnon Anita, Jack Colback; Moussa Sissoko, Georginio [.
BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson has said that he expectsNewcastle to edge Southampton at St. James' Parktoday by a score of 2-1, and he has praised Steve McClaren as a very good coach and that the Tyneside clubhave made somegoodsignings so far this summer. Mark Lawrenson predicts Newcastle win The former defensive coach under Kevin [.
Newcastle fans are surprisingly confident of getting a decent result in our first league game of the season against Southampton tomorrow at St. James Park. In fact 44% think we will be able to get the season off with a win against a side who finished 7th top of the Premier League last season with [..
Steve McClaren has a number of decisions to make for tomorrow's game against Southampton, about which players he will start in the game. The head coach could even start the same team that started last Saturday's game against Borussia Monchengladbach in fact he probably will start the same side. Fabricio Coloccini could start [.
Newcastle play their fourth pre-season friendly this afternoon at Bramall Lane, a short three days after returning from their American trip, and head coach Steve McClaren has just named his starting eleven. Newcastle (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat (c), Mike Williamson, Steven Taylor, Massadio Haidara; Vurnon Anita, Jack Colback; Moussa Sissoko, Georginio Wijnaldum, Ayoze Perez; [.
In a week that Raheem Sterling's agent decided to call Jamie Carragher "a knob" I fear this match preview may be pretty pointless. As we spiral into an ever expanding transfer saga with one of our most talented yet egotistical players I seriously wish I could just skip the endless weeks of rumours ahead.
There is a very simple way of looking at the results of the matches of Newcastle vs West Ham and Hull City vs Manchester United on Sunday to see who goes down. Maybe John will be smiling like this at the final whistleon Sunday? Hull are two points behind Newcastle with a much better goal [...]
John Carver has just announced his team for what is one of the most important games for Newcastle since our relegation back in May, 200 and there's only one change with Daryl Janmaat coming back into the side in place of Vurnon Anita. Newcastle (4-3-3): Tim Krul; Daryl Janmaat, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Paul Dummett, Jonas [.
Blue versus Red... doesn't that sound overwhelmingly familiar after Thursday? But hey, I'm not going to start talking about politics on the blog, I don't want to lose half my readership haha! Whether you're feeling glum at the result or rather pleased, come and take your mind off it all as I provide one of the last match previews of the season!
Brendan Rodgers takes his Liverpool side to Hull on Tuesday and whilst there is sure to be eleven players on the pitch, it's uncertain how many will be in the stands. A boycott organised by Spirit of Shankly in response to the ridiculous variance in ticket prices for supporters travelling to Hull this season means there could be a lot of empty seats.
In a world where a grown man will hand one of the most respected managers in world football a piece of paper giving him advice on how to run one of the biggest clubs in the world it is easy to understand how atrocities happen in this world.
People really are awful.
The transfer period is one of the worst things about football and it is sad that the expensive signing of marquee players is more important to a great number of people than the actual kicking of a football.
No one likes rolling over and having their tummies tickled quite like Steve Bruce. Ever since the United legend took over at Hull,any fixture against the Tigers has always gone down as a free three points. A Brucey bonus.
Realistically, United managers could have played Hellen Keller in net, with a back four made up of the Different Strokes cast, including Gary Coleman and still come away with a decent result.
The end of an era. A true legend will no longer grace us with his presence. The corridors of life will feel a little more hollow each week as he slowly becomes a faded memory. A truly spectacular send off for an inspiration to us all. The world is going to miss BB King.
The giants of Crystal Palace did everything they could to honour the late great King yesterday by spoiling the party for a man who has never really appreciated music.
Manchester United kick off the Premier League season for a second consecutive year but will be hoping for a better result than 12 months ago when Swansea City took three points away from Old Trafford in Louis van Gaal's first match in charge.
Tottenham Hotspur are the visitors this season, thrashed 3-0 by the Red Devils in this fixture only five months ago.