Newcastle push for Toulouse midfielder Sissoko | Transfers | Tribal Football

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is determined to land Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko.The Sun says Pardew is aiming to sign Sissoko in January. Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is determined to land Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko.The Sun says Pardew is aiming to sign Sissoko in January.Toon midfielder Yohan Cabaye is working on his France teammate about life on Tyneside.

Napoli star Cavani bangs home four in stunning Euro win | Serie A News | Tribal Football

Napoli star Edinson Cavani reaffirmed his status with a four-goal performance in tonight’s 4-2 Europa League victory over Dnipro. Napoli star Edinson Cavani reaffirmed his status with a four-goal performance in tonight’s 4-2 Europa League victory over Dnipro.The Partenopei absolutely needed a victory after two consecutive defeats or risk going out of the Europa League at the first hurdle.Cavani’s goals all came in the second-half after Dnipro had jumped to a 2-0 lead.

Dan Potts push for West Ham Premier League debut | Premiership News | Tribal Football

West Ham United defender Dan Potts is pushing for a Premier League debut. West Ham United defender Dan Potts is pushing for a Premier League debut.Having impressed on his regular run-outs for the Development Squad, Potts is now eyeing a Barclays Premier League debut.”The first-team is where I want to be,” he told whufc.com. “I played a few games in the Championship but now we are in the top flight performances need to be that little bit higher.”I am training with the first-team and I feel that it is improving my game every day so hopefully I will be back in the squad soon because that is where the experience is going to come.”

Xisco feels fresh chance at Newcastle | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Newcastle United striker Xisco is delighted with his second chance at the club this season.Toon boss Alan Pardew has told Xisco not to give up on his career at St James’ Park. Newcastle United striker Xisco is delighted with his second chance at the club this season.Toon boss Alan Pardew has told Xisco not to give up on his career at St James’ Park.Xisco told the Evening Chronicle: “This season we have a young squad and some young players in the first team.“It is very different to the first year when I came here.“You get a good feeling training with these lads every day.“It makes me feel good that I made my decision to stay here and work with them.”

Phelan says Man Utd youngsters will get Champions League chance | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan admits they’ll rotate their squad in the final Champions League group games after qualifying for the knockout round. Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan admits they’ll rotate their squad in the final Champions League group games after qualifying for the knockout round.Sir Alex Ferguson had admitted that early qualification would allow him some much-needed squad rotation in the final group games against Galatasaray and Cluj, but Phelan insists United will still respect the ramifications of those games for the remaining three sides in Group H.”It does now give us that opportunity to have a look at a couple of other players on this stage, and I am sure we will do that,” he said, “but we have to give credit to the competition as well.”And as Manchester United we will do that. But it was important we got the job done as quickly as possible, in order for us to concentrate on the Premier League.”

West Ham captain Nolan and Carroll looking forward to Newcastle return | Premiership News | Tribal Football

West Ham United skipper Kevin Nolan says he and Andy Carroll are looking forward to returning to Newcastle United.The former Toon stars are returning to Tyneside this weekend. West Ham United skipper Kevin Nolan says he and Andy Carroll are looking forward to returning to Newcastle United.The former Toon stars are returning to Tyneside this weekend.Nolan told the Evening Chronicle: “It is going to be interesting for Andy going back because he is a Newcastle lad and he grew up there. Up to 50,000 people are going to boo us on Sunday but if we went out in the evening they would probably be around wanting pictures! It is going to be good.“I am just looking forward to it, to be honest.“We had fantastic times there.“It was a top-notch place to play football so I am looking forward to going back and getting a bit of stick, but it is all good banter!”

Man Utd veteran Giggs hails Van Persie influence on victory at Braga | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs admits Robin van Persie’s goal was the turning point for their Champions League win at Braga. Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs admits Robin van Persie’s goal was the turning point for their Champions League win at Braga.The Dutchman needed only one half-chance to haul United level with a crisply-taken finish, and Giggs conceded that the United new boy is brimming with confidence after a scintillating run of form.”The keeper came rushing out but he’s still a great finisher,” said the Reds veteran. “I think everybody knew when he went through that there was only going to be one outcome.”His confidence is just sky high at the moment. I read last week that a lot of the players think he’s similar to Ruud in the respect that Ruud used to get a chance and more often than not he’d put them away. That’s the case with Robin at the minute; his confidence is high, we’re creating chances for him and he’s putting them away.”