Preview: Newcastle United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Newcastle United are set to go toe-to-toe with Wolverhampton Wanderers, as they have the chance to secure their second win at the Molineux Stadium since their first victory in 2011.  On October 1, 2011, Newcastle went to Wolverhampton with the hope to cement their position within the Premier League top four.   United’s striker, Demba Ba,Continue reading “Preview: Newcastle United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers”

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 – Leeds United 0: Raul Jimenez’s deflected goal provide Wolves with the win

Raul Jimenez secured the win for Wolverhampton Wanderers after shot was deflected goalwards by the head of Leeds United, midfielder, Kalvin Phillips, despite two disallowed goals.  From the off, Wolves were hunting for the opener after Raul Jimenez collected a high through ball along the right wing, but failed to meet Daniel Podence in theContinue reading “Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 – Leeds United 0: Raul Jimenez’s deflected goal provide Wolves with the win”

Match Preview: Newcastle United vs Manchester United

Newcastle United are set to face a recovering Manchester United this evening, at St. James Park, following the Mancs 6-1 thrashing from Tottenham Hotspur before the international break. Prior to the break, Newcastle had secured a 3-1 win over Burnley.  The Premier League game, which shouldn’t be underestimated, could see both teams parking the busContinue reading “Match Preview: Newcastle United vs Manchester United”

England 2 – 1 Belgium: Mason Mount’s deflected goal gives three-lions win on home turf

Despite Belgium’s early penalty, England managed to secure a win at Wembley Stadium to go top in the Nations League group table by a single point.   16’ Romelu Lukaku broke the deadlock with an early penalty as the Belgian smashed it into the bottom right corner. 39’ Marcus Rashford brought England level following Belgium’s earlierContinue reading “England 2 – 1 Belgium: Mason Mount’s deflected goal gives three-lions win on home turf”

Why the failed Newcastle United takeover is good for Mike Ashley

Newcastle United fans received the news that they were dreading on Thursday evening: the Saudi-backed takeover had fallen through. The Premier League took four months to conduct its ‘owners and directors test.’ This was a timescale which was clearly too long for, not just, the willing buyers but for the fans as there was anContinue reading “Why the failed Newcastle United takeover is good for Mike Ashley”

24 years ago today: Alan Shearer signed for Newcastle United

It was on this day, 24 years ago, Alan Shearer signed for his hometown club, Newcastle United, under the ruling of Kevin Keegan in 1996. After growing up in Newcastle, the Tyneside striker went on to play a brief stint at Southampton from 1988 to 1992, in the English First Division, where he played inContinue reading “24 years ago today: Alan Shearer signed for Newcastle United”

Opinion: Newcastle United – Three key points for improvement in 2020/21 season

The Premier League season has finished as the last games of the 2019/20 season were played last Sunday, now what can Newcastle United work on for next season? There is no denying it: it’s been a rollercoaster of a season for Newcastle United. Outlets predicted the Toon Army to face the drop back into theContinue reading “Opinion: Newcastle United – Three key points for improvement in 2020/21 season”

Newcastle United 0 v Brighton & Hove Albion 0: Goalless draw saves Brighton from the drop

Newcastle United left the Amex stadium with a lonely point after a goalless draw where they hoped to finally win against Brighton in the Premier League. Dwight Gayle, Newcastle, gave his side the closest opportunity to open the deadlock but nothing came from it as it whistled over the bar in the first half Newcastle,Continue reading “Newcastle United 0 v Brighton & Hove Albion 0: Goalless draw saves Brighton from the drop”

Norwich City 0 v Burnley FC 2: Own goal puts final nail in nine-man Canaries

A day to forget for Norwich City as both Emi Buendia and Josip Drmic left their squad vulnerable after they faced red cards in the first half 45′ +4 Chris Wood broke the stalemate to give Burnley the lead with an overhead kick inside the penalty box. 81′ Ben Godfrey, Norwich, accidentally slotted the ballContinue reading “Norwich City 0 v Burnley FC 2: Own goal puts final nail in nine-man Canaries”

West Ham 3 vs Watford 1: The hornets get hammered

In the dying games, battling for survival inside the Premier League, West Ham dominated the first half as they produced three goals in the first 45 minutes. 6′ Michail Antonio, West Ham, opened up the scoreline on the turn as he was able to slot it past Watford’s goalkeeper, Ben Foster. 49′ Troy Deeney, WatfordContinue reading “West Ham 3 vs Watford 1: The hornets get hammered”