Trevor Lough worked with a range of global brands before returning to the region to establish his own design studio.
JUST think for a moment how dull life must be for the supporters of Real Madrid and Barcelona come derby week.
ALAN Pardew has warned his Newcastle United players none of them is untouchable in the wake of their January recruitment drive.
ALAN Pardew has warned that Newcastle United are still "a long way" from Premier League safety despite their recent Gallic-infused renaissance.
IF YOU are Danny Rose’s age, there is only one England left-back.
IT HAS taken 13 years and 117 rounds of voting until Sunderland could once again boast one of their own as the Barclays Player of the Month.
MARTIN O’Neill might have chuckled when he admitted Lee Cattermole will never grow up, but his moment of madness is speeding up the ageing process for those of a red-and-white persuasion.
FOOTBALL and austerity have never made for great bedfellows. In 2009, while the rest of the world was drowning in recession, English Premier League clubs spent a record £500million during that summer’s transfer window.
ALAN Pardew was joking yesterday with a throwaway remark that suggested Mike Ashley’s orders were for him to win the Premier League this season and to do so with less money than was spent last year.
THE ‘big man’ is back for England, but the ‘long con’ is long gone.
IF Spain’s reign over the global game is to go south in the east this summer, it is likely that the pretenders to the throne will emerge from Group B.
WATFORD have accused Newcastle United of showing a lack of respect and trying to unsettle Adrian Mariappa.
MIDDLESBROUGH boss Tony Mowbray has secured the signatures of Lionel Messi, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo.
NEWCASTLE United are closing in on two deadline-day signings, with Inter Milan full-back Davide Santon top of their shopping list.
GABRIEL Obertan will this morning be unveiled as Newcastle United’s fifth signing of the summer.
So the only way is down after Manchester United, is it?
TADHG Purcell rubbed shoulders with Ronaldo and picked up a science degree while playing football in Ireland.
DARREN Bent is convinced England have a realistic chance of bringing home the World Cup this summer – now he is just desperate to be part of it.
DARREN Bent has mounted a staunch defence of Steve Bruce, insisting criticism of the Black Cats boss is “ridiculous” and that the players remain 100% behind his Sunderland revolution.
STEVE Bruce admits working with Kenwyne Jones is a test of his managerial qualities but one he expects to continue for some time yet after casting doubt over whether any of the enigmatic striker’s suitors can afford him.