MANCHESTER UNITED legend Sir Alex Ferguson nearly made a weird decision following Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Real Madrid back in 2009.
Published 17 hours ago on Daily Express
A 14-year-old Everton fan has made history by becoming football's first 'remote' matchday mascot - with the aid of a robot.
Published yesterday at 07:16 pm on BBC Football
REAL MADRID have received a crucial piece of information about Mohamed Salah’s future, it has been claimed.
Published yesterday at 05:16 pm on Daily Express
MIKEL ARTETA is far too inexperienced to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager.
Published yesterday at 04:51 pm on Daily Express
LIONEL MESSI has only just out-performed a Newcastle United flop this season, according to statistics.
Published yesterday at 03:01 pm on Daily Express
Theo Walcott turned in a man-of-the-match showing for Everton in their 1-0 win over Newcastle at Goodison Park last night.
Published yesterday at 01:11 pm on Telegraph
Fourteen-year-old Everton fan Jack McLinden became part of Premier League history on Monday, serving as a 'remote' match day mascot against Newcastle with the aid of a robot. Jack suffers from multiple health conditions and has severely reduced mobility but was able to savour the experience of joining his heroes on the pitch thanks to the telepresence robot AV1.
Published yesterday at 11:36 am on The Independent
Everton's 1-0 win over Newcastle gave Sam Allardyce the response he wanted following the furore caused by a club survey asking fans to rate their manager. Theo Walcott's second-half winner at Goodison Park on Monday night lifted the Toffees up to eighth in the table - their highest league position in the Premier League since August.
Published yesterday at 08:41 am on The Independent
Fourteen-year-old Everton fan Jack McLinden became part of Premier League history on Monday night, serving as a 'remote' match day mascot in his side's 1-0 defeat of Newcastle United with the aid of a robot.
Published yesterday at 07:56 am on Telegraph
Everton's 1-0 win over Newcastle on Monday Night Football means that Sam Allardyce has now taken the team into the top eight but concerns over the style of play will not go away, writes Adam Bate.
Published yesterday at 06:41 am on SkySports
|Newcastle United's Results|
|Apr 23||Everton||0 - 1||A|
|Apr 15||Arsenal||2 - 1||H|
|Apr 7||Leicester City||2 - 1||A|
|Newcastle United's Fixtures|
|Apr 28||West Bromwich Albion||H|
|May 9||Tottenham Hotspur||A|
|Premier League Table|