In light of the latest alleged biting controversy for Luis Suarez, Don Hutchison looks at what happens on the pitch and what punishment could result
Three Lions have got out of the group stages in the last 11 World Cups - but Suarez's return could upstage Roy's young stars
The recent saga surrounding Liverpool's Luis Suarez has posed the question of loyalty in football these days
Alan Pardew wouldn’t say it, but I will. Embarrassing. That’s the only way to describe Newcastle United’s meek surrender against Liverpool at the weekend
For David Cameron, read Tony Blair. For biting an opponent, read pushing a referee.
ALAN Pardew last night demanded consistency and clarity from the FA regarding how they hand out retrospective punishments.
NEWCASTLE United will today discover whether disgraced Liverpool star Luis Suarez will be free to face them this Saturday at St James’ Park.
JAMES Perch has become Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew's flexible friend.
FOR all the talk of the spirit of ’73 or the massed ranks of Black Cats who crossed the Pennines to roar their team on, there was a simple narrative that emerged from an engrossing start to Sunderland’s FA Cup campaign.
SUNDERLAND might be finding the Premier League tough-going this season but, as Craig Gardner tells Neil Cameron, results are not affecting morale.
LUIS Suarez is never going to win any popularity competitions outside of Anfield.
CAN there really be a future at St James' Park for one of the most derided players in Newcastle United's modern history?
TIM Krul says the team spirit which got Newcastle United into Europe least season is back.
ENGLISH football is quietly fighting on two fronts at the moment.
ALAN Pardew launched a staunch defence of Newcastle United skipper Fabricio Coloccini after a damaging day that saw three new players added to his list of absentees.
WITH Newcastle United and Liverpool both in a state of flux, Stuart Rayner speaks to a man fast becoming a Magpies constant.
NEWCASTLE United’s youngsters have been warned this season is do-or-die time for their St James’ Park careers.
TITUS Bramble wants to play his way to a new Sunderland contract this season.
SO we will reach the end of September with rain in the record books as the only Premier League victor at the Stadium of Light so far this season.
AFTER the Olympic party, Mark Douglas looks at where football can learn from the Games - and where Newcastle and Sunderland must improve before the big kick-off.