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Published Friday at 01:01 pm on Telegraph
Rafa Benitez is set to leave Newcastle United at the end of the season unless the club manage to give him the two signings he asked for at the start of this transfer window.
Published 2 hours ago on Telegraph
Former Newcastle, Chelsea and West Ham striker Demba Ba has signed for Turkish Super Lig leaders Istanbul Basaksehir.
Published 3 hours ago on BBC Football
Emiliano Sala was by some way Neil Warnock's most prized signing of the season.
Published 6 hours ago on Telegraph
Rafa Benitez will not discuss transfers, takeovers or give any indication as to whether he intends to remain as Newcastle United manager beyond the end of the season, but for the first time this year he at least seemed vaguely happy again.
Published yesterday at 10:51 pm on Telegraph
Mohamed Salah is one of the best players in the Premier League - a wonderfully gifted goalscorer whose efforts could well end up ending his club's long wait for a title.
Published last Sunday at 10:56 am on Telegraph
Second-half goals from Bradley Dack, from the penalty spot, and sub Joe Nuttall saw Blackburn to a 2-0 victory over the Blues at Ewood Park. Callum Elder felled Adam Armstrong for the spot-kick converted by Dack on 65, then Nuttall added the second nine minutes later with his first touch seconds after coming on.
Published last Saturday at 05:11 pm on TWTD.co.uk
An ugly game played against an angry backdrop of renewed resentment towards those who continue to suffocate Newcastle United’s sense of ambition ended in a vital victory for Rafa Benitez’s side.
Published last Saturday at 05:06 pm on Telegraph
The Blues and Blackburn remain level at 0-0 at Ewood Park at half-time.
Published last Saturday at 04:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk
New signing Alan Judge has been handed his Blues debut as Town take on his old club Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
Published last Saturday at 02:16 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Groundhog Day is never far away at Chelsea and, while there is no sense head coach Maurizio Sarri is about to go the way of his predecessor Antonio Conte, everything feels a bit too much as if we have been here before.
Published last Friday at 10:36 pm on Telegraph
|Newcastle United's Results|
|Jan 19||Cardiff City||3 - 0||H|
|Jan 15||Blackburn Rovers||4 - 2||A|
|Jan 12||Chelsea||1 - 2||A|
|Newcastle United's Fixtures|
|Jan 29||Manchester City||H|
|Feb 2||Tottenham Hotspur||A|
|Feb 11||Wolverhampton Wanderers||A|
|Premier League Table|