Two games, two wins, top of the table for the first time since November, 2010. That's Chelsea's situation in the Premier League, as they prepare to welcome a very strong team in Newcastle United. TheHardTackle previews this exciting encounter.
Ben Arfa has thrilled Premier League fans with his flair and taken Newcastle into an unthinkable Champions League spot. THT's guest author Souvik talks about the man..
Mike Ashley and Derek Llambias were once hated figures at Tyneside. They were down but were never out.TheHardTackle introspects the change at Newcastle United that have brought on the club back within touching distance of Europe.
Arsenal will host Newcastle United this Monday at the Emirates stadium. The race for 3rd and 4th place in the league is wide open since none of the contenders have shown enough consistency. TheHardTackle previews this clash, which could decide the fate of both the teams.
TheHardTackle's guest author Saikat Mandal puts into words the grief of the footballing world at the untimely demise of Gary Speed - a man seemingly loved by everyone, but himself.
Will Chelsea be able to shake off the recent series of failures and finally get going with the season? THT previews the battle at St James' Park.
Newcastle United travel to Manchester in a bid to secure their first win at Old Trafford in the Premier League. Will Pardew's men be able to do it and dent United's title hopes or will the Red Devils keep up the pressure on their neighbours by securing the all important three points. TheHardTackle previews the game with all the team news and predictions.
The Manchester Clubs are leading the pack while Newcastle continue to enjoy their League start. Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs and Liverpool are playing catch-up. Read the weekend wrap-up from TheHardTackle.
Another action-packed weekend in the Barclays Premier League saw Man City retain pole position and Wolves maintain their 100 percent start to the season. THT looks back at the most telling moments during round two of games as Liverpool heaped further misery on Arsene Wenger and his Gunners.
A narcissistic owner, a shaky Premier League status and lack of revenue at Tyneside are a major cause for worry for the Geordies. However, football can change all of that for Newcastle United.