Newcastle United

1st Championship | 24-8-6
  • Goals For
    1st
    70 GF
  • Assists
    4th
    43 GA
  • Shots
    4th
    358 Shots
  • Saves
    21st
    87 SAV
  • PHOTOS: New aerials show rapid Tottenham stadium progress
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    PHOTOS: New aerials show rapid Tottenham stadium progress

    Tottenham Hotspur’s new home at White Hart Lane continues to take shape at a rather impressive rate. With this season expected to be Spurs’ final in their historic home, their stunning new 61,000 capacity stadium is being built around the Lane. To anyone who has visited recently, Tottenham’s new home is starting to take shape. All in all, it’s a very exciting time to be involved with Spurs as Mauricio Pochettino‘s men are in the FA Cup semifinal and are in second place in the Premier League table, 10 points behind leaders Chelsea. On and off the pitch, the future is looking bright for Tottenham. Take a look at the photos below for incredible aerial shots of the work, while the video above is

  • Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez injured on international duty
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    Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez injured on international duty

    Atlanta United is sitting atop the Eastern Conference standings three weeks into its inaugural Major League Soccer season, and the bite appears to be every bit as fearsome as the bark for the newcomers. Now, the club must contend with its first bit of truly scary news. In-form striker Josef Martinez was injured on international duty with Venezuela and is heading back to the United States for evaluation. The report says he tweaked his left thigh, and after the match head coach Rafael Dudamel said he would release Martinez back to Atlanta, saying, “I do not think it’s good for Josef to travel. This muscle tightness can take 10 days of recovery.” Martinez was subbed off of Venezuela’s match with

  • Galaxy’s Cole admits he enjoys Arsenal struggles
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    Galaxy’s Cole admits he enjoys Arsenal struggles

    LA Galaxy left back Ashley Cole left Arsenal for Chelsea more than a decade ago, but that hasn’t erased the bitter memories of the departure from his boyhood club. Cole was famously involved in a “tapping up” meeting with Chelsea without Arsenal’s permission in 2005, but signed a contract extension with the Gunners. Still, he was gone a year later in messy circumstances. As the most capped fullback in England’s history who boasts both Premier League and Champions League titles with Chelsea, Cole easily could rest on his own laurels and move on from the divorce. But when asked whether he’s enjoying Arsenal’s current struggles, Cole couldn’t help himself. “If I’m honest, yeah, I still think to