- Sun Apr 29 9:56 PM
6 consecutive defeats on the road for them now. Bournemouth, Swansea, Spurs, Brighton, Newcastle and today United. Bunch of gutless half-men.
- Sun Apr 29 9:13 PM
Leicester want key Newcastle man, he could turn them into a top six club - originally posted on Sportslens.com Leicester City could make a move for the Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez this summer. Claude Puel’s future is in doubt after the hammering against Palace and the Spanish manager could com...
- Sat Apr 28 5:15 PM
London (AFP) – West Bromwich Albion kept alive their slender hopes of avoiding Premier League relegation with a 1-0 win against Newcastle, while Southampton beat Bournemouth 2-1 to breathe new life into their fight for survival on Saturday. Albion would have been relegated to the Championship if...
Royal Blue Mersey
- Fri Apr 27 11:43 PM
Just three games to go hang in there. Despite a home win against Newcastle on Monday night, Everton fans have reason to be frustrated by the tedious and dull football that was on display. Sam Allardyce has become the focal point of the disappointment of the supporters, but it’s his sheer impudenc...
- Fri Apr 27 7:54 PM
Seriously, this isn't hyperbole. Riley McGree's goal for Newcastle Jets – an 18-yard scorpion kick – is better than recent Puskas Award winners.
Royal Blue Mersey
- Fri Apr 27 3:25 PM
The season is almost over. Thank God. Everton head to Huddersfield tomorrow on the back of a relatively good performance against Newcastle United. They finally figured out how to hold the ball for long stretches of play, and the midfield was excellent until Morgan Schneiderlin picked up a dead le...
Everton FC Blogs
- Wed Apr 25 5:00 PM
Michael Keane believes there is more to come from Everton’s defence after their clean sheet helped secure a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United. Monday night saw Keane, Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines a
|It's not that I am right in every decision, but what's clear is that if you want to be stronger we have to improve and we have to change things,
Benitez told the Telegraph.
I think someone like Rafa, it's always important for any team to keep a manager like that,
Benitez told BetStars .
At the bottom of everything, for us, we appreciate football as life itself,
says Benitez. Football is part of our culture, we live as we play. Most of our players come from a poor childhood and football is a way to get social inclusion, to emerge from poverty, to help the family. T...
Ever since he arrived with us on loan he has shown a fantastic attitude and great work ethic,
said Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez. This was one of the key positions we needed to strengthen.