McClaren expects the Newcastle to stand by him as the Premier League season reaches a crucial point.
Arsene Wenger has made Arsenal a 'what if' club. It's an absolutely massive Winners and Losers...
Alan Pardew and his particular ilk feel they are worthy of the England job. Do they deserve it? (Clue: No)
Steve McClaren felt Newcastle deserved more from their 1-0 defeat to Stoke on Wednesday night.
Mohamed Elneny, Alex Pato, Steven Caulker and seven more 'meh' PL transfers from January.
How long does Steve McClaren get to show that he isn't good enough for the Newcastle job?
Arsenal need Olivier Giroud back and firing if they are to have a chance in this title race
Spurs' superhuman physical and mental energy makes them winners while poor Mesut loses.
Leicester and Spurs will be the most televised clubs in April and May. Just three sides will not be shown.
No more Neymar to Man United, Arsenal want Newcastle duo, Reece Oxford to City, and Bartra to United.
And then you went and spoilt it all by doing something stupid like managing below expect-aaaations
It is understood that the 34-year-old defender picked up a calf problem after a 2-1 friendly victory over Lillestrom
Cavani will cost £40m, Arsenal want Carrick, Barcelona want Mahrez, and Pochettino will get a new deal.
Pardew insisted he is "not scared" of "maverick" Adebayor, but Ben Arfa "became impossible" at Newcastle.
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