...seven players from promoted clubs, and it was that kind of weekend. How could you not reward Newcastle?
This is City's biggest remaining test. And can the looming shadow of Sanchez coax a Utd performance?
Cristiano suggests his exit price; Sanchez out, Zaha in at Arsenal; and Moyes eyes PL midfielders...
And it's not Marvin Sordell. That pic is from the England Under-21s in 2013, by the way. Plus. a Nigerian Worrld Cup ladder.
These players have plenty of caps between them, but are not even in contention for a call-up. Poor Ashley Young.
England could do a lot worse than call up Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey? Here's how his stats look.
Jonjo Shelvey remains 'an important player' to Newcastle despite not being trusted to start since his ban.
“He’s one of the best we have worked with technically," says Newcastle coach Paco. He's worked with Ronaldo.
"Sometimes I can lose my head and it can't keep happening," said Jonjo Shelvey. Two days later...
That will be the same Jonjo Shelvey who was once the future of Liverpool. What happened to the "clown"?
The FA misconduct charge relates to a game against Wolves in September.
At £13.5m with no shirt number makes him the most disastrous, but there were some stinkers...
Monk believes Shelvey's move to Newcastle can offer the motivation he needs to perform.
"He's the only player I've played with that could come close to Steven Gerrard," says Elliot.
Jonjo Shelvey is back to being the next Steven Gerrard. He's certainly won Moussa Sissoko over.
Steve McClaren hailed Jonjo Shelvey as Newcastle's difference maker after the 2-1 victory over West Ham.
A player capable of both ridiculous and sublime joining a club with the same trait. What could go wrong?
Next on the list has to be a striker. Will it be Andy Carroll? Saido Berahino?
The England midfielder is due to have a medical on Tyneside on Tuesday. The fight is on.
"It's fair to say that Jonjo will play on Sunday and hopefully he will show everybody what he's capable of."
Jack Butland, Phil Jones, Phil Jagielka and Jonjo Shelvey will start for England at Lithuania on Monday.
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