first_imgJohn Hartson has told Theo Walcott to show some loyalty to Arsenal and commit his future to the club.Gunners boss Arsene Wenger says he expects protracted contract talks with the winger given the lengthy negotiations before he penned his last deal in 2013.But Hartson says Walcott, back fit after a long-term injury enforced absence, should be grateful for the support given to him by the club and should move quickly over an extension this time around.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the former Arsenal striker said: “He is on big money at Arsenal and they have looked after him.“When he was out for a long period injured, they looked after him and nurtured him back.“I know there is not a lot of loyalty in football but sometimes it is nice when you see players give back to the club that have put them where they are.”last_img read more

first_img REVEALED 31 31 31 78,299 attendance at Goodison Park (v Liverpool) – First Division (September 18, 1948) 27. Coventry City 2. Manchester City Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 62,522 attendance at Ewood Park (v Bolton Wanderers) – FA Cup sixth round (March 2, 1929) REVEALED RANKED 19. Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 54,775 attendance at Turf Moor (v Huddersfield) – FA Cup third round (February 23, 1924) 66,844 attendance at St Andrews (v Everton) – FA Cup fifth round (March 11, 1939) 28. Portsmouth 31 11. Bolton Wanderers 10. Sheffield Wednesday 51,482 attendance at Selhurst Park (v Burnley) – Second Division (May 11, 1979) 51,455 attendance at Highfield Road (v Wolverhampton Wanderers) – Second Division (April 29, 1967) REPLY 31 31 31 13. Sheffield United 57,892 attendance at Elland Road (v Sunderland) – FA Cup fifth round replay (March 15, 1967) 30. Nottingham Forest 20. Cardiff City 21. Leeds United 29. Stoke City 31 31 But what are the top 30 home attendance records in English football across all competitions? Scroll down to find out… 51,385 attendance at Fratton Park (v Derby County) – FA Cup sixth round (February 26, 1949) 7. Sunderland 26. Crystal Palace ADVICE 56,985 attendance at the London Stadium (v Sunderland) – Premier League (October 22, 2016) 31 76,588 attendance at Villa Park (v Derby County) – FA Cup sixth round first leg (March 2, 1946) Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 57,893 attendance at Ninian Park (v Arsenal) – First Division (April 22, 1953) 55,019 attendance at Boothferry Park (v Manchester United) – FA Cup sixth round (February 26, 1949) 6. Aston Villa 51,380 attendance at the Victoria Ground (v Arsenal) – First Division (March 29, 1937) Tottenham do not yet know when they will move into their new stadium 31 31 72,841 attendance at Hillsborough (v Manchester City) – FA Cup fifth round (February 17, 1934) 61,315 attendance at Molineux (v Liverpool) – FA Cup fifth round (February 11, 1939) 22. West Ham United no dice 31 While the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, as it is known, does not double the capacity of the old White Hart Lane, the maximum attendance of 62,062 is a large increase on the 36,284 their former home held.This total capacity makes the new arena the biggest football ground in London – behind Wembley – narrowly edging ahead of local rivals Arsenal to claim that title; their Emirates Stadium holds 59,867.The new stadium won’t, though, help Tottenham break their home attendance record, which currently stands at an astonishing 85,512, which was set at Wembley a couple of years ago. 31 MONEY 25. Middlesbrough 31center_img 31 1. Tottenham Hotspur 83,260 attendance at Maine Road (v Arsenal) – First Division (January 17, 1948) 31 31 61,905 attendance at Anfield (v Wolverhampton Wanderers) – FA Cup fourth round (February 2, 1952) shining 17. Blackburn Rovers Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 31 16. West Bromwich Albion 69,912 attendance at Burnden Park (v Manchester City) – FA Cup fifth round (February 18, 1933) 8. Charlton Athletic 15. Birmingham City 75,031 attendance at The Valley (v Aston Villa) – FA Cup fifth round (February 12, 1938) 31 31 67,037 attendance at Leeds Road (v Arsenal) – FA Cup sixth round (February 27, 1932) 31 31 24. Burnley 31 31 68,386 attendance at St James’ Park (v Chelsea) – First Division (September 3, 1930) 53,802 attendance at Ayresome Park (v Newcastle United) – First Division (December 29, 1949) 12. Newcastle United Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars 31 49,946 attendance at the City Ground (v Manchester United) – First Division (October 28, 1967) 73,707 attendance at Wembley (v RC Lens) – Champions League group stage (November 25, 1998) 31 31 82,905 attendance at Stamford Bridge (v Arsenal) – First Division (October 12, 1935) Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 68,287 attendance at Bramall Lane (v Leeds United) – FA Cup fifth round (February 15, 1936) 84,569 attendance at Maine Road (v Stoke City) – FA Cup sixth round (March 3, 1934) 9. Arsenal 3. Manchester United 75,118 attendance at Roker Park (v Derby County) – FA Cup sixth round replay (March 8, 1933) 5. Everton Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Tottenham will move into their state-of-the-art new stadium in 2019.The north London club were due to move to their new home at White Hart Lane in September but delays mean supporters will have to wait until next year. 23. Hull City 18. Liverpool Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won BEST OF 4. Chelsea Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Latest Football News huge blow 31 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 64,815 attendance at the Hawthorns (v Arsenal) – FA Cup sixth round (March 6, 1937) 31 14. Huddersfield Town 85,512 attendance at Wembley (v Bayer Leverkusen) – Champions League group stage (November 2, 2016)last_img read more