Arsenal will be welcoming Chelsea to the Emirates stadium this weekend after having finally broken the stranglehold over the top teams.
Since the start of 2015, Ipswich Town has only been able to claim 6 victories in the English League Championship and this is a very low amount of triumph taking into consideration that they have played 15 matches with their latest game ending in a 1-0 victory for Ipswich Town after defeating Watford.
The club which is being guided by Mick McCarthy has experienced a dip in form that has seen Ipswich Town go from the 2nd spot of the English League Championship to the 6th position.
Former Newcastle United midfielder Kieron Dyer says that he is already seeing promising signs that Ipswich Town will be able to produce a number of high quality players in the next few years.
The Championship outfit have been attempting to return to the Premier League for a few seasons. Those attempts have not ended in success.
Former Newcastle United midfielder Lee Bowyer has opened up on the infamous incident between him and Kieron Dyer on the pitch of a 3-0 defeat against Aston Villa in 2005.
Despite being teammates, they traded blows against each other. This resulted in the referee sending both of them with a straight red card and reducing Newcastle to just eight players. This is one of the astonishing incidents in the Premier League history. Not much has been said about it until now. Bowyer says that it was one of those incidents when frustration due to a thrashing boiled over.
Ipswich Town looked like being on the verge of losing two of their important players – Tyrone Mings and David McGoldrick. The duo were subjected to offers from Crystal Palace and Leicester City respectively. After their promotion to the Premier League, the duo have been taking a number of good players from the Championship. Mings and McGoldrick have been key players for Ipswich has demonstrated by manager Mick McCarthy on several occasions. After making a poor start to the campaign, it is looking almost certain that Ipswich Town may not challenge for promotion spot.
Yuri Zhirkov made an impact for his national side Russia in the last practice game before the FIFA World Cup 2014 against Morocco.
The veteran left winger found the back of the net in the initial parts of the second half and helped Russia secure a 2-0 win.
This win would certainly give the Russians a lot of self belief ahead of their campaign in Brazil.
The Russian side had gone into this match without a couple of regular players, but, that didn’t appear to affect their performance. They always remained on the top of the opposition.
The Ireland International, Seamus Coleman, has signed a new deal with his current club Everton according to which he would remain a Toffee for the next 5 years.
Coleman had a great 2013-14 Season at Goodison Park. Roberto Martinez, the Everton boss, gave him the playing opportunities right since the start and he didn’t let his boss down. He put up quality performances in most of the games and showed his development as a player.
The future of Sam Allardyce will be decided in a week as the board members of the club will have a meeting concerning some of the issues of West Ham. The meeting is going to take place at the house of the co-owner David Sullivan.
After a difficult start of a season, West Ham managed to escape the bottom relegation zone but fans still have not taken a liking to the playing style and tactics that Allardyce utilizes and this is evident by the banners and shouts which can be seen and heard during their home matches.
Newcastle United has not secured a major trophy since 1969 and has not managed on winning the league silverware in over 80 years but even though their dry run has been going on for such a long period of time, it still remains being one of the clubs which has the highest average attendance in the country.
Alan Pardew is going through a tough streak of negative and disappointing results as Newcastle United lost against Everton, Southampton, Manchester United, Stoke City, Swansea City and Arsenal all in successive weeks.
West Ham United suffered a 2-0 defeat against Manchester United during their latest Premier League encounter with Wayne Rooney scoring both goals for his club.
The first goal of the English striker arrived after 6 minutes had passed and the ball fell to the legs of Rooney when he launched a long range effort from over 40 yards away which went right into the net of West Ham’s goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo who was out of position and couldn’t do anything to deny Rooney from scoring his wonder-goal but according to Sam Allardyce, the goal should not have been allowed.