Features

Sunday, May 24, 2015

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The Magpies have plummeted down the Premier League table, and their fans are the ones that will ultimately suffer, with a drop into the Championship now a realistic prospect.

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With Newcastle United and Hull City desperately trying to avoid falling out of the Premier League, Goal talks to Gary McAllister and Joe Royale about their contrasting experiences

Saturday, May 23, 2015

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The midfielder is compared to Kenny Dalglish and Billy Liddell when it comes to the best in the club's history, but his achievements and dedication trump the lot, says Rich Jolly.

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This season seemed to belong to Harry Kane at times, but will he see off two of his teammates in a Goal readers poll to determine this campaign's star Spur?

Friday, May 22, 2015

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Philippe Coutinho swept the club's awards night this week and looks well-placed to win Goal's poll in the face of challenges from Jordan Henderson and Simon Mignolet.

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The Napoli boss is the favorite to succeed Carlo Ancelotti should he be fired. Real Madrid would be smart to appoint him, writes Peter Staunton.

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As the Premier League table indicates, there remains a significant gap between those with an illustrious past and those who are tipped to become great in the future.

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Introducing a cutoff of 37 points would have sent down a quarter of the league in 2006, while a cut system based on the champions' tally would force others to up their game.

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The NASL's expansion into Miami not only puts a dent into MLS' plans for a similar move, it shows NASL is a league ready to hold its own in the U.S. turf war with MLS.

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The Brazilian star was playing a larger part in the Queretaro attack but returned to his aloof ways Thursday, writes Jon Arnold.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

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The veteran endured a terrible night in central defense for New England on Wednesday, raising fresh doubts about his viability in that position for the U.S. national team.

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The Spaniard has made the baffling decision to become an ambassador for the much-maligned Qatar World Cup bid, besmirching his previously glorious image, says Kris Voakes.

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The two icons, who have given so much to the English game thanks mainly to their club exploits, will make low-key exits this Sunday ahead of moves to MLS, says Tom Maston.

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Goal takes a look at the three finest performers for the deposed Premier League champion in 2014-15, with Sergio Aguero, Martin Demichelis and David Silva in the running.