Chelsea beat Newcastle to take top spot
Frank Lampard warned Chelsea to stay humble after they climbed to the top of the Premier League for the first time in more than two years with a convincing 2-0 win at Newcastle on Saturday.
No home comforts for Man Utd in Arsenal defeat, Everton rocked
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang condemned Manchester United to fresh misery at Old Trafford as the Arsenal forward's penalty clinched a 1-0 win, while Newcastle stopped Everton from returning to the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 victory on Sunday. Aubameyang ended a five-game goal drought in the league when he stepped up to convert a…
Singapore police investigate firm linked to Newcastle bidders
Singapore police are investigating a company linked to two entrepreneurs trying to buy Newcastle United after an accounting firm lodged a police report
Arsenal pull plug on Rob Holding’s move to Newcastle
Arsenal has changed their minds on letting Rob Holding leave on loan to Newcastle and are currently unwilling to let the defender depart, reports metro.co.uk. The centre-back had been expected to complete a short-term switch to Newcastle this week, with game time looking set to be very limited at Arsenal this season. The Gunners have…
Man City hit Newcastle for five, Wolves beaten by Sheffield Utd
Manchester City moved to the brink of sealing their place in the Premier League top four by bouncing back to form to thrash Newcastle 5-0 on Wednesday, while Wolves' Champions League aspirations stumbled again in a last-gasp defeat at Sheffield United.
Newcastle damage Blades' European ambitions
Newcastle dented Sheffield United's bid to qualify for the Champions League as Joelinton scored his first Premier League goal since August in a 3-0 victory
Supermarket or petrol station more dangerous than football, says Bruce
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce believes going to the supermarket or petrol station could pose a greater a risk of coronavirus than a return to football given the strict measures put in place to protect players.
Premier League players' 'backs against wall' over coronavirus, says Rose
Newcastle defender Danny Rose is willing to contribute a portion of his wages to those fighting the coronavirus outbreak but says Premier League players feel their "backs are against the wall".