Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says that Arsenal should rename their stadium in honour of their manager Arsene Wenger.
Pardew, whose Newcastle side face Arsenal this weekend, says his counterpart's achievements at the Gunners would warrant such a move.
"The stadium should be named after Arsène. The job he did with that move across from Highbury, when he had all that debt and had to be very careful with his transfer budget, was incredible. It was a miracle that he kept them in the Champions League.”
Pardew also condemned the Arsenal fans that booed Wenger at a train station after the loss to Stoke last weekend.
"The incident at the train station was totally disrespectful,” he added. “I think 90% of Arsenal fans have been ashamed of that and we could get the backlash of it. The crowd on Saturday will want to show how much they love him. After Sir Alex Ferguson he’s the best manager in Premier League history. José Mourinho hasn’t done enough yet.”
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Northumbria Police have confirmed that a cordon is "likely to remain in place until tomorrow evening" following the discovery of a body.Read the full story ›
Northumbria Police have confirmed that at 11:30am this morning police were informed a body had been found in undergrowth at Newburn Riverside Park in Newcastle. Police are in the area and a cordon is in place. Enquiries are being carried out to establish the circumstances.
A cordon is likely to remain in place until tomorrow evening.
A cordon is in place around Newburn Riverside Park to allow us to establish how the body came to be in the park and the circumstances around this death.
Officers will be in the area and we hope to keep disruption to those wishing to use the park to a minimum. If anyone has any concerns we would urge them to speak to a local officer on patrol.
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An 18-year-old man will appear in court today accused of possessing five pipe bombs and a firearm.
Liam Lyburd, of Hamilton Place, Arthur's Hill in Newcastle, has been charged with possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life, possessing ammunition with intent to endanger life, and five counts of possessing an explosive substance, namely a pipe bomb, with intent to endanger life.
He will appear before North Tyneside Magistrates Court at 10am. Northumbria Police said in a statement that there was intent to cause serious harm at Newcastle College on November 3.
An 18-year-old white man has been arrested on suspicion of possession of explosives with intent to endanger life after a bomb scare in the west end of Newcastle.
Residents were given ten minutes to leave their homes on Hamilton Crescent, just off Stanhope Street this afternoon, and told to take pets with them.
Fifty people are still not allowed to return, with many seeking shelter at Moorside Primary school.
Police could not confirm when the cordon may be lifted.
Our reporter at the scene of an incident in the Arthur's Hill area of Newcastle says hundreds have been evacuated.
A centre has been set up at Moorside Primary School to accommodate them.
The bomb squad arrived on the scene at about 4pm today (November 3).
There are police vans, police dogs and ambulances on site at the massive cordon on Hamilton Place.
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The passion stirred up by the Yes campaign in Scotland has inspired similar feelings among some in northern England's larger cities.
In Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle, there is a growing sense that they too, should be given more powers to self-govern.
ITV News Diplomatic Correspondent John Ray reports: