Goals in store for firing Gunners

ARSENAL are playing stunning football at the moment and continued their amazing knack of scoring in both halves last weekend against Tottenham and landing one of my punts of the weekend at odds of 7-4.

Luke Edwards: Sir Bobby Robson, my hero

CHIEF Sports Writer Luke Edwards pays a personal tribute to the former Newcastle United and England manager Sir Bobby Robson.

Crowds packed the stands for final farewell

IT’S less than a week since 33,000 fans turned up at St James’s Park to honour Sir Bobby for what turned out to be the final time.

Sir Bobby Robson obituary

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SIR Bobby Robson was known throughout the world for being a gentleman of British sport.

Sir Bobby Robson dies

SIR Bobby Robson has died, aged 76. The former Newcastle United and England manager passed away just days after 33,000 supporters and a host of legends showed their appreciation for one of football's all-time greats at a St James's Park charity match.

Mike Dean slated as defensive crisis deepens

NEWCASTLE United entertain Liverpool tomorrow in the midst of a defensive crisis, and Joe Kinnear believes referee Mike Dean should take his share of the blame.

Shared passion is why opposition is so fierce, insists United legend

IT is one of the most divisive rivalries in European football but Sir Bobby Robson has argued that is only because there is so much which unites Newcastle and Sunderland.

Choice of boss is pivotal

EVEN more important to Newcastle United’s future than finding the right buyer for the club will be appointing a top manager to lead it, according to Sir Bobby Robson.

'United job is no poisoned chalice'

SIR Bobby Robson has dismissed suggestions the manager’s job at Newcastle United has become a poisoned chalice as he delivered a powerful defence of the embattled football club and its beleaguered supporters.

Black and white I have always been

SOME wear it as a badge of honour and others shoulder its burden with the grim resignation of the condemned.

Robson - 'United need five new stars'

SIR Bobby Robson thinks Newcastle United should “easily” avoid relegation after Saturday’s morale-boosting win over Fulham – but has warned they face a busy summer, with five new signings needed to turn the Magpies into contenders for Uefa Cup qualification.

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