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Chelsea's top-four hopes die with a whimper in capitulation at Newcastle

Chelsea completely capitulate against Newcastle and are faced with numerous questions heading into the summer.
Antonio Conte gives a damning assessment of Chelsea after their humiliating defeat at Newcastle, and takes full responsibility for the club's recent failures.

NEWCASTLE, England -- Three quick thoughts on Newcastle's 3-0 Premier League win over Chelsea at St James' Park on Sunday.

1. Chelsea's top-four hopes die with a whimper

The final day of the Premier League season was always likely to end in disappointment for Chelsea, but the manner of their surrender to Newcastle provided a fitting end to an utterly miserable 2018 for Antonio Conte.

Chelsea could not be certain walking onto the St James' Park pitch that the Brighton win over Liverpool...

 By Nick Miller

Newcastle's Rafa Benitez should be manager of the year for saving the club's soul

Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez
Rafa Benitez has come in and turned the club around.

Few would argue if Pep Guardiola was named the Premier League's manager of the year. Manchester City have played football from another world, thrilling their way to the league title. Nor would anyone sensible quibble with Sean Dyche, whose Burnley side sit only four points behind Arsenal, all the more impressive considering they sold their best central defender and striker last summer.

You could also make cases for Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, Swansea's Carlos Carvalhal and Roy Hodgson of Crystal Palace....

Arsenal's away woes continue as Newcastle all but secure survival

Three quick thoughts from Newcastle's 2-1 Premier League win over Arsenal at St James' Park on Sunday.

1. Newcastle ensure survival as Arsenal away woes continue

Arsenal's woeful away form shows no sign of improving as Newcastle all but ensured Premier League survival with a spirited comeback at St. James' Park.

Matt Ritchie's second-half winner means the Gunners have now lost five straight league away games for the first time in the Premier League era, and are the only team in English football...

Salah, Oxlade-Chamberlain impress, Liverpool beat Benitez, Newcastle

LIVERPOOL -- Three thoughts on Liverpool's 2-0 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League.

1. Salah keeps scoring, Liverpool keep winning

Mohamed Salah goals and Liverpool victories have been the tale over recent months and see Jurgen Klopp's side bidding for the Premier League's runners-up spot, as well as putting together a run in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Liverpool climbed back into to second place after a hard-fought, 2-0 win over their former manager, Rafael Benitez and Newcastle.

The...

Premier League relegation battlers have 10 games to save their season

The Exploding Heads recap an eventful February which included Arsenal's mixed month, Man City's Carabao Cup triumph and numerous VAR controversies.
Steve Nicol questions some of the choices of his fellow voters for the Premier League best XI in Week 28, but admits picking his team was a challenge.

The battle for Premier League survival enters its final straight this weekend, with the teams at the bottom all now having 10 games to save their season.

West Bromwich Albion are rooted to the foot of the table, seven points adrift of safety, but only six points separate third-bottom Swansea City and Watford in 10th.

So which clubs are most at risk of the drop and who will go down? What are the key games and factors that will decide the outcome?

WATFORD (currently 10th in table, 33 points, -9 goal...

 By Chris Wright

Newcastle's Rafa Benitez dons shorts while training in sub-zero blizzard

Despite the north east of England being currently engulfed by freezing blizzards, Rafa Benitez didn't appear to be phased by the sub-zero conditions at Newcastle's training centre.

While most of his players and staff were wrapped up warm in tights, scarves, gloves and hats, Newcastle boss Benitez proved his mettle by taking the session in shorts.

Hardy, bare-legged and seemingly impervious to the cold, the former Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid manager has obviously become a true Geordie during...