With Guardiola finally arriving on these shores in the summer, we get a bit excited over who could follow him.
Giving grief to opposition players is deemed part and parcel, but having a pop at one of your own? Cold.
Injuries, 'potential', flashes of brilliance but no consistency. Enough about Arsenal, what about Walcott...?
Monk believes Shelvey's move to Newcastle can offer the motivation he needs to perform.
Leicester are winners as long as they are treated as 'only Leicester'. Everton deserve praise; Liverpool don't.
Newcastle are out of the bottom three, but West Brom are just six points above the drop zone.
Man United cannot go to Chelsea looking for a point, Steve McClaren needs a win, Arsenal need goals.
Ex-Newcastle defender Mike Williamson thinks owner Mike Ashley has shown enough drive in the transfer market to change public opinion.
Steve McClaren has hit out at his Newcastle United team after they were thrashed 3-0 by Everton.
Lots of lovely words on Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs, Crystal Palace and Sunderland
Everton's first home league win since November increased the pressure on Newcastle manager Steve McClaren.
Fewer deals happening actually means more interesting conclusions. Come read the analysis...
Well, six if you insist on separating the Toon pair. Poor Saido, the 'silly little spoilt boy'.
No dice from West Brom on Saido Berahino. He's gone home with a dead leg (and an achy-breaky heart).
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