Matthew Etherington

Matthew Etherington

Matthew Etherington

  • Date of Birth: 14 August 1981
  • Birthplace: Truro, Truro, England
  • Position: Midfielder, Winger, Left Winger

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      Matthew Etherington says it would be a travesty if Tottenham don't make Champions League next season
      BBC 5Live Football Daily podcast (28 February). Spurs looked like potential Premier League winners a month or so ago but now appear to be
      01/03 16:45

      News from Eyefootball

      Stoke deny Crystal Palace first win

      Stoke City beat Crystal Palace to earn their first win of the Premier League season, while denying Crystal Palace their first win after their return to the top flight. 

      Etherington brace earns Stoke victory

      Matthew Etherington scored two goals to earn Stoke City a deserved victory against a high flying Tottenham ending their eleven match unbeaten run.

      January Transfer - Club by Club

      The January Transfer window is closed, Andrei Arshavin, Robbie Keane, Ricardo Quaresma hit the headlines. Eyefootball lists the club-by-club transfer deals of January.

      Liverpool's hopes all over

      Liverpool hopes of a resurrecting their Premiership challenge appear to be over after losing 1-0 to West Ham at Upton Park. Mark Noble's penalty was enough to finish off the Reds.

      Preview: West Ham vs Spurs

      West Ham versus Spurs always seems to be a bit of an epic, much like the 4-3 win Tottenham picked up last year. This time around, West Ham are the more settled side, and Spurs will face a tough trip to Upton Park in the 1:30 kick off. Dean Ashton and Scott Parker are both ready to return - could Juande Ramos pick up important derby points?

      Hammers maul Derby

      West Ham mauled the Premiership's bottom club Derby 5-0 today with goals from Bowyer (2), Etherington and Solano. It was a dreadful performance by Derby who already look destined for the Championship.

      Cole grabs injury time win

      Carlton Cole grabbed an injury time winner for West Ham as they battled back from one goal down to defeat Coventry 2-1 at the Ricoh Arena in the Carling Cup.

      Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham

      In a scrappy game Aston Villa defeated West Ham 1-0. Villa were impressive in the first half and Craig Gardner's 24th minute free kick off went in off Gabbidon to nab the three points for Villa. Aston Villa have won 4 home games in a row and at times played some outstanding football.

      Newcastle defeat Hammers

      Newcastle defeated West Ham with Mark Viduka scoring an excellent brace and Charles N'Zogbia also getting on the scoresheet. Dean Ashton's goal for West Ham was not enough for the London side to rescue some points. Michael Owen was also taken off as an injury precaution with a groin problem.