MAN UNITED v NEWCASTLE
(Tonight, 11pm, SingTel mio TV Ch 102)
A four-point lead at the top of the Premiership table isn’t too shabby a Christmas present, even for someone with as voracious an appetite as Sir Alex Ferguson.
(Demba Ba 51)
MAN CITY 3
(Sergio Aguero 10, Javi Garcia 39, Yaya Toure 78)
Rumours of Manchester City’s demise may have been exaggerated.
Newcastle’s hopes of finishing in the top four took a hit following their 4-0 defeat by Wigan at the DW Stadium yesterday.
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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has dismissed criticism of his management from the social networks and insisted that all is well at Anfield.
THE STRANGEST thing about Newcastle's 3-0 win over Manchester United wasn't the identity of the victors or the margin of the defeat.
Victory was snatched from the Red Devils' grasp by a penalty that was clearly not a penalty.
SIR ALEX Ferguson would hate to admit it, but Manchester City and Chelsea did him a huge favour this week.
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I KNEW it was too good to last - Newcastle's brief dalliance with stability is over.
IN SPITE of all expectations and predictions, Newcastle United are riding high in the Premier League, unbeaten and undaunted.
FORMER Newcastle United winger Laurent Robert could be gracing Singapore's local football league in the near future.
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