- Mon Oct 30 8:54 PM
Burnley 0-0 Newcastle Newcastle have conceded just one first half goal in their last 13 Premier League games. That is impressive, you have to say. http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/40955299
- Mon Oct 30 5:19 PM
Burnley v NUFC Pre Match Vitalfootball: Newcastle: 30/10/2017 16:57:21 Another game against a team supposedly in or around the area we're looking to finish
- Mon Oct 30 4:30 PM
Burnley v Newcastle - Follow On Twitter - 30-10-17 Vitalfootball: Burnley: 30/10/2017 16:02:26 Burnley are at Turf Moor with Newcastle the visitors today, this will be an 8pm kick-off.
- Mon Oct 30 10:38 AM
Three Points From Newcastle - Dyche Vitalfootball: Burnley: 30/10/2017 10:22:28 Manager Sean Dyche has said he's ignoring the distractions as we go into tonight's clash with Newcastle United in front of the television cameras.
- Mon Oct 30 7:58 AM
Former Newcastle star blasts this Tottenham star, writes off chances of silverware - originally posted on Sportslens.com Alan Shearer believes Eric Dier cost Tottenham the chance of victory at Manchester United on Saturday. The midfielder’s failure to react quickly enough allowed Anthony Martial...
Three and in
- Sun Oct 29 2:00 PM
Burnley’s stout defence have made them a force away from home, taking points at Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs, though they were unable to continue their feat at the Eithad last weekend. They eventually and inevitably succumbed to a 3-0 loss at the hands of Manchester City. Sean Dyche’s men sit imp...
- Sat Oct 28 5:56 PM
Newcastle legend urges Everton to choose British boss, questions Leicester appointment - originally posted on Sportslens.com Former Newcastle United star Alan Shearer has urged Everton to appoint a British manager to replace Ronald Koeman. David Unsworth has been placed in temporary charge of the...
- Sat Oct 28 12:27 PM
Pair Focused On Jobs Vitalfootball: Everton: 28/10/2017 12:08:34 Both Newcastle's, obviously ex-Liverpool boss, Benitez and Burnley's Dyche have played down speculation linking them with the vacancy at Everton as we seek a replacement for Koeman.
Three and in
- Sat Oct 28 11:00 AM
Whisper it quietly but both of these teams who pundits predicted to struggle are in 8th and 7th playing like established Premier League sides. Sean Dyche has shown he has been more than capable to cope with the loss of the likes of Keane, Barton and Gray. Dyche’s ability to be flexible and not be...
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- Sat Oct 28 7:00 AM
We wouldn’t want him anyway, would we? Everton fans, who reveled in hearing Rafael
Benitez being called the ‘fat Spanish waiter’ for years during his Liverpool tenure, will be thrilled to hear that he is not interested in pursuing the managerial vacancy at Goodison Park. Speaking to the media yes...
Three and in
- Fri Oct 27 2:00 PM
It has been a tumultuous couple of weeks at Newcastle United, with the club finally being put up for sale by divisive owner Mike Ashley, and obvious uncertainty over what the future holds. However, one man who looks to be staying at Newcastle for the long haul is popular manager Rafael Benitez. T...
- Fri Oct 27 9:11 AM
The Newcastle United Walking Wounded, 26/10/2017 Vitalfootball: Newcastle: 27/10/2017 09:00:50 Our weekly update looking at the injury table for Newcastle United and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League.
- Thu Oct 26 12:15 PM
Newcastle United and Rafa Benitez have made a terrific start to life back in the Premier League, sitting in seventh position after just nine games and possessing a positive goal difference. The Magpies have been defensively solid so far, chalking up three clean sheets, with Jamal Lascelles impres...
- Thu Oct 26 8:02 AM
Benitez alerted to Wolves star's exceptional performances, Newcastle eyeing January move - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United are interested in signing the Wolverhampton midfielder Conor Coady. Rafa Benitez will be looking to add to his squad during the January transfer window a...
|When you go to the last day [of the window], it is always a risk,
Benitez said. We did it and now we have to manage in the best way possible. He trained really hard. I was talking with him and he was positive. When he was feeling well, he was training really well, but then he felt ...
With the freedom he has now, and the quality going forward, Gerrard is unstoppable,
Benitez said after the match.
I'm here trying to bring the best from the team -- that is the best for the club,
said Benitez. I don't want to create a war -- I don't need to do that -- but I need to be sure the players are concentrated on football playing well and getting points every game to stay up.
In terms of what we wanted to do, we did some business,