In what was an emotional game for Newcastle United and the fans at the Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand, and the Magpies rolled out good 4-0 winners against Sydney FC today, in what was to be a tribute to our two lost fans John Alder and Liam Sweeney. Alan Pardew The two dedicated [...]
Newcastle's New Zealand tour has been overshadowed by the death of two of Newcastle supporters John Alder and Liam Sweeney, who lost their lives when a Malaysian passenger plane was shot down last Thursday by rebels in eastern Ukraine, with all 298 people on board losing their lives. Alan Pardew talks about John Alder and [.
So after watching Newcastle land Emmanuel Riviere and complete their fifth signing of the summer, it made me think about the plight of Alan Pardew. Mike Ashley doesn't strike me as the kind of bloke who doesn't demand a return on his money, so let's say we get 2-3 more players in (Janmaat, a striker, [.
Newcastle United have reportedly signed a deal with The Sun newspaper to become the club's exclusive national media partner, according to a reporter with The Telegraph.
This means thatThe Sun, the same tabloid that slandered the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and has been caught up in a phone-hacking scandal, is now the official mouthpiece of a Premier League team.
Newcastle are about to announce the signing of Daryl Janmaat today, after he has had his medical in Newcastle and below is a shot of Daryl withmanager Alan Pardew at the Benton training grounds today. Daryl Janmaat with Alan Pardew today And if Janmaat signs on as expected today then the transfer of Mathieu Debuchy [.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew, who works for an owner in Mike Ashley notorious for penny-pinching, has stated his interest in bringing US players from Major League Soccer to his club according to the Newcastle Chronicle.
Having stayed up late to watch the United States 2-2 draw with Portugal on Sunday, Pardew spoke to the newspaper about how Premier League clubs were likely to begin monitoring the North American league more closely.
Newcastle United has made its first permanent signing in a year and a half in Spanish striker Ayoze Pérez. The 20 year-old just completed a standout season and comes to Newcastle on a long-term deal for a transfer fee of £1.5 million.
Perez a Tenerife native stood out in the Segunda last season with his hometown club.
After reports in France this morning that Alan Pardew went along with Loic Remy and agreed he didn't have to play in the final game at Liverpool on Sunday, May 11th have been denied by the Newcastle manager. Alan Pardew no collusion with Remy This is Alan's statement that has just been posted on [...
Newcastle's assistant manager John Carver had to go through all the stress with Alan Pardew and the other coaches, as we lost seven of our last eight league games, and literally looked completely hopeless much of the time. John Carver under pressure in second half of season But Alan Pardew gothis second reprieve in [.
The Fans' Forum meeting minutes from last Monday night's meeting have just been released, and the club has said that Alan Pardew will be staying on as manager. Alan Pardew staying on as manager Here's the section of the minutes right at the beginning that says Alan is staying: The board explained [.
It will probably be announced later today that Alan Pardew is safe in his job as the Newcastle manager, and presumably that will come after the meeting with Mike Ashley and the Board, and so for the second time in 12 months Pardew narrowly escaped the sack at Newcastle and he will know he must [...]
The Telegraph is reporting tonight that it could be as early as tomorrow that Newcastle will announce that Alan Pardew will be staying on as manager at Newcastle, but the really interesting news is that Newcastle could announce their first summer signings in a matter of days. Alan Pardew - announcement could be tomorrow he [.
The Telegraphis reporting tonight that not only will Alan Pardew be kept on in his job as the Newcastle manager, even after losing 14 games of the last 20 league games, but he will be given a war chest of £60M by owner Mike Ashley. Mike Ashley big money to be spent in the [...]
Alan Pardew could well be managing his final game for Newcastle at Liverpool on Sunday in the final game of the season, and we just hope we can end the season on a positive note and get a result. John Carver and Alan Pardew discuss tactics on Saturday Is that too much to ask? Yes, [...]
Alan Pardew let us know your position I probably screwed up in the poll yesterday and confused people, since my initial headline in the article was different from the poll question being asked in fact it was the opposite I did change it to be the same later, but that could be [...]
We though we may put a list together of say four of the good points and four of the bad points in Alan Pardew's reign on Tyneside. Alan Pardew Newcastle manager on the sidelines This is meant to be exhaustive but simply tries to bring out the major points both good and bad [...]
Alan Pardew let us know your position We are running a poll to gauge exactly where the Newcastle fans stand on whether they want Alan Pardew to continue on as Newcastle manager but there's only one vote per reader so we can get a good idea of what the feelings really are [...]
Everything was going to plan on Monday night, when after 75 minutes at Selhurst Park Liverpool were easily winning 3-0 against Crystal Palace, and going for more goals to improve their goal difference, since Manchester City's is better. Alan Pardew may need a win on Sunday But then the unbelievable happened something that [.
Alan Pardew has talked about strengthening the squad in the summer, and we certainly need to, and we need more than the four or five players he has so far talked about, but it will also not be easy for Newcastle to attract really top talent to the club, because we are no longer one [...]
Alan Pardew has talked about the game on Saturday, and anybody who didn't see the game and saw the 3-0 result, may have thought it was a rather easy win for Newcastle, after six successive defeats. Shola Ameobi - heading home first goal Bit ti wasn't, and Newcastle were outplayed by Cardiff City in the [.
Ben Arfa was at the game yesterday and was seen waving and signing autographs for Newcastle fans, and there have been press reports there is a rift with manager Alan Pardew. Ben Arfa signs autograph for young Newcastle fan yesterday Notice Ben Arfa's concentration I must spell my name correctly When you have a [.
Alan Pardew was mercilessly criticized by Newcastle fans at the home game against Cardiff today, as was owner Mike Ashley, but at least we finally won a game and the final score was a good one at 3-0, although the final result looked like we won the game rather easily, which we didn't, and Newcastle [.
Alan Pardew after the game admitted the obvious that it was a very difficult atmosphere and surroundings for the Newcastle players to play in but with a bit of luck in that second half they managed to come away with a terrific 3-0 win but the scoreline doesn't show just how difficult [...]
Alan Pardew before the game today it got nasty especially in second half Here is the Alan Pardew Sky Sports Interview after the game today which Newcastle won by 3-0 and doomed Cardiff City to relegation after only one season in the Premier League. Alan shows some stress after the game we [...]
Newcastle United supporters staged a walkout at St James' Park today in the 69th minute against Cardiff City as a protest against owner Mike Ashley and manager Alan Pardew.
In a hostile atmosphere at Newcastle's stadium, fans sang "It's never your fault," "It's our club" and "We want Pardew out," while stewards attempted to remove banners and tried to escort some fans out of their stadiums.
Alan Pardew has announced his team and its a 4-4-2 formation with Shola Ameobi coming in for Dan Gosling to partner Loic Remy up front, and in the last home game, Shola got his first Premier League goal of the season against Swansea but we still lost that one 2-1. That is the only [...]
Alan Pardew has talked today about not quitting Newcastle as the manager, even though we are in a deep hole with six defeats on the trot, but it's not surprising the Newcastle manager says that. Alan Pardew with Lee Charnley looks like we're losing When you are in a big job, thepressures are great, [.
Alan Pardew talked to the press today, and also held his news conference for the last home game of the season, which is against Cardiff City on Saturday, and we will try to win our first game in seven. Alan Pardew spoke to the press today This is some of what Alan Pardew has [...]
We think it does make a difference to have the manager on the touchline during a game, but whether we could have done better over the last seven games when Alan Pardew was banned from the touchline we don't know, but probably not because we have played so poorly as a team in [...]
Alan Pardew has come out and asked the Newcastle fans to support the side in Saturday's game with Cardiff City at St. James' Park, with some fan organizations wanting fans to walk out of the game after 60 minutes, on what is the last home game of the season. Alan Pardew - asks fans to [...]
Newcastle United have lost four games in a row a number of times in the Premier League, and in Mike Ashley's first season in charge 2007-2008, we lost four PL games in a row twice in that season. Under pressure Alan Pardew With all the vast worldwide resources we have available, we have studied the [.
"Alan Pardew, it's six in a row" was the reminder from the 2,000 strong Toon Army on Monday night that he is very much a man under pressure.
Pardew's time at Newcastle United has divided fans opinion more than any other manager in their history.
From 5th placed finishes to relegation scraps and mid table mediocrity, Pardew has always had his critics: negative tactics, excuse after excuse, not being able to handle big players and ‘Pardewing' a number of players, amongst some of the criticisms thrown at the ex-Charlton and West Ham manager.
Alan Pardew will need to make some decision on James Tavernier this summer, and certainly as we heard this morning Rotherham manager Steve Evans wants to keep him at Rotherham either on loan or a permanent deal. James Tavernier celebrates with Millers' fans After reaching the Championship play-off final at Wembley And he's [.
After the game yesterday,Alan Pardew was interviewed by Sky Sports, and to be fair to the lads played extremely well for 60 minutes yesterday, and we had Liverpool where we wanted them but then two lapses in concentration meant two Liverpool goals, and we were suddenly 2-1 down, and then Shola Ameobi was sent [.