Newcastle United do not want to lose goalkeeper Tim Krul and will put £10million price tag on him to ward off interest from Tottenham Hotspur
Alan Pardew is keen on adding Tottenham winger Andros Townsend to Newcastle United's squad as part of a British reboot of his Magpies team
Newcastle United's season is in turmoil after their fifth straight home defeat which bodes badly for manager Alan Pardew
Newcastle United will take on Tottenham Hotspur more in hope than expectation on Wednesday as injuries start to mount
Coach Gustavo Poyet admits Sunderland have not yet found the right balance ahead of tonight's visit from Tottenham Hotspur
Gus Poyet has admitted his "deserved" Tottenham Hotspur sacking was horrible, but that will not stop him pushing Andre Villas-Boas one step closer
With a deadly striker and a brilliant goalkeeper, the improbable suddenly becomes very possible. No wonder a Newcastle United team featuring Loic Remy and Tim Krul are specialising in it this season
As Newcastle United take on Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow, Chief Sports Writer Mark Douglas takes at Alan Pardew's plans for the match
After well over a year out of action due to injury, Wes Brown marked his return to Sunderland with a goal against Spurs
ONLY in the North East could the team of the season include a Chelsea player, a Tottenham player and a midfielder playing at right-back.
It ended as it began for sorry Sunderland – in the North London sun, desperately hanging on to protect a hard-earned point against superior opponents
Tottenham (from): Lloris, Friedel, Archer, Walker, Naughton, Dawson, Caulker, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto, Parker, Huddlestone, Holtby, Livermore, Dembele, Dempsey, Sigurdsson, Bale, Lennon, Adebayor, Defoe.
TOTTENHAM ran the rule over Danny Rose last weekend as they consider their left-back options for next season.
SEBASTIAN Larsson has warned his Sunderland teammates they must rediscover their defensive solidity if they are to avoid conceding the kind of “soft goals” that cost them victory against Tottenham Hotspur.
MARTIN O’Neill insists Sunderland might yet sign Danny Rose on a permanent basis, despite Andre Villas-Boas’ own insistence that the England Under-21 international will return to Tottenham Hotspur at the end of his season-long loan spell.
STAND, or fall. While some supporters at the Stadium of Light on Saturday opted for the former, thus defying house rules and risking suspension of their season ticket, and Gareth Bale found himself accused, again, of the latter, Sunderland somehow managed to, in a manner of speaking, do both.
DANNY Rose didn’t come to Sunderland for an easy life. Had that been his raison d’être he would have remained a bit-part player at Tottenham.
AFTER the glamour of a League Cup tie against Premier League Tottenham Hotspur in midweek, Carlisle United shift their attention back to League One matters this weekend, writes JAMES HUNTER.
CARLISLE United’s run in the Capital One Cup came to an abrupt end as Andre Villas-Boas’ Tottenham Hotspur proved too strong last night.
EVEN in the event of defeat tonight, Carlisle United will have won.