The Capital One Cup quarter-final draw washeld following the completion of the Newcastle United's 2-0 victory over title-holders Manchester City.
The standout tie will be Championship side AFC Bournemouth hosting Premier league giants Liverpool. The Cherries got to thelast-eightof the competition for the first time in club history by beating West Brom 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Newcastle have been drawn at Tottenham in the 5th round of the Capital One Cup so it's yet another tough draw for the Magpies. Here is the draw as it has just been made: Derby v Chelsea Tottenham v Newcastle Bournemouth v Liverpool Sheffield United v Southampton Its just a pity we couldnt have [...]
Three more teams will book their place in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup tonight after the matches between Manchester City-Newcastle United, Spurs-Brighton and Stoke-Southampton are completed.
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For any Tottenham Hotspur fan, it must be extremely frustrating to lose to Newcastle United at home, especially on the day the club honored BillNicholson. For far too long these matches have been the club's Achilles heel, and it's almost demoralizing to see them still constantly going through struggles like this at White Hart Lane.
Robin van Persie's injury-time strike denied Chelsea all three points against Manchester United at Old Trafford as the teams finished level at 1-1. Chelsea had been leading through Didier Drogba's header but Branislav Ivanovic's foul on Angel di Maria saw the defender sent off for two bookable offences and from the free-kick Van Persie slammed home after Thibaut Courtois had parried Marouane Fellaini's bullet header.
The home defeat to Newcastle was one of the poorest displays from Tottenham this season. Newcastle weren't anything special, but managed to find a spark from good second half performances from Sissoko and Ameobi. This result will ease the pressure on Newcastle and shift a lot of the media attention on Pochettino's stuttering Spurs.
Sammy Ameobi after scoring after 7 seconds in second half unbelievable Here are the video highlights of the game today when Newcastle came storming back in the second half to shock both the Tottenham side and our own fans to get our second successive win and move up to 14th in the table. [...]
Tottenham Hotspur1-2 Newcastle United Premier League 26th October 2014
After a first-half where the hosts were far superiorand well worth their one-goal advantage, visitors Newcastle fought back to produce a fine second-half display which ultimately earned them their second win in a row.
Suarez shines, Calhanoglu strikes The 10 Series best young players in Europe 2014/15 wrap, week 6 is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Seriesis our annual feature onJust Footballin which we selected the 60 best young players in Europe to watchin six major European leagues, with stars of the future selected from England, Spain,France, Germany, Italyand the Netherlands.
Tottenham Hotspur Target Southampton Striker As Crisis Deepens - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
After a torrid start to their season, Tottenham Hotspur are already looking to make changes come January. Reports from the very reliable Telegraphsuggest thatthe club are planning a £15 million bid for Southampton striker, Jay Rodriguez.
The day began basking in the warm glow of the celebration of the life of Bill Nicholson, the greatest figure in the long and distinguished history of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. It ended in ignominy as Spurs folded the moment the slightest pressure was applied to their fragile egos.
I'm still struggling to wash away the stench of complacency that lingers like the odour of smoke and stale beer from a night out in a 70s pub.