Jonathan's scoring records are far from impressive. However, even though his stats may go against him, Pardew is known for bringing the best out of players who are seemingly less talented than most.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is finally making his loan move, and it is not the much fancied clubs AS Roma or AC Milan but England's Bournemouth.
Hull City have signed Manchester United academy graduate Will Keane on a permanent basis.
Antonio Conte has left out Cesc Fabregas for Chelsea's Premier League opener against West Ham and has opted to hand former Leicester midfielder N'Golo Kante his club debut.
John Terry could lose out on a whopping £17 million if he decides to stay at Chelsea instead of taking the lucrative deal from Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning.
Radja Nainggolan's performances this season for Roma have resulted in him being linked with a move to Chelsea. He is reportedly one of incoming manager Antonio Conte's top targets as he looks to take the fallen champions back to the summit of the Premier League.
Ahead of Chelsea’s vital clash with Manchester United, manager Jose Mourinho revealed his desire is to win the Premier League and not the Manager of the Season. The Manager also revealed he is not worried about motivating his players, as they play a side who are one of the best in the country. Mourinho said,”To play against Man United is to play against one of the biggest clubs in the world,.” “Their squad is amazing. In numbers, in players, in experience, in solutions, their squad is amazing. “Every week I have in my office not the team I am going to play against but their squad and all the options and this week I realised what they have is amazing – Mata, Di Maria, Januzaj, Rooney, Van Persie, Falcao, Herrera, Carrick, Blind, Fellaini.” “I went to QPR with Drogba and [we had] no strikers on the bench.” “It’s to play against one of the best teams in the Premier League, […]
Liverpool FC defender Martin Skrtel has been charged by the FA for his alleged stamp on David De Gea. In the final seconds, with his side trailing 2-1 and desperately chasing an equaliser, Slovakia international Skrtel appeared to crash his studs down on the Spaniard’s calf after he had gathered an attempted through ball. De Gea reacted angrily to the challenge and squared up to Skrtel, before the pair were separated. Skrtel avoided any punishment at the time, with Martin Atkinson blowing for full time seconds later.Atkinson missed the incident – but it has been reveiwed by three former referees – who all decided independently of each other that had the official seen it at the time – he would have sent the player off. The FA confirmed on Monday that they were looking into the incident and have now charged Skrtel with violent conduct. An FA statement on the matter confirmed, “Martin Skrtel has been charged by The FA […]
Tottenham Hotspur have added one of the best midfielders to their roster in the form of Paulinho. THT puts Paulinho under the microscope to measure his impact.
THT takes a look into the phenomenal rise of Watford FC this season and what the future holds for them.