It was an amazing finish to the game today when Newcastle were 2-0 down after 72 minutes and there were calls for Alan Pardew to finally be fired as the Newcastle manager but nobody told Papiss Cisse that. Alan Pardew at the game today was on the sidelines And on came Papiss [...]
Alan Pardew has made two changes to his team to play Hull City at home this afternoon, and in come Dummett and Tiote for Haidara and Anita. But it's a surprising selectionand Haidara was our Man of the Match last week, but he's been dropped and replaced by Paul Dummett go figure that one [...]
Alan Pardew has talked about how difficult it will be for him today at St. James' Park, where the crowd will be hostile towards him and there will be demonstrations that call for him to be fired. Alan Pardew must win today At the moment Alan Pardew is still supported by the owner Mike [...]
Steve Bruce has let it be known that he is very happy at Hull City, and there has been some speculation linking him with the Newcastle job, should Alan Pardew be fired. Steve Bruce happy at Hull Steve has talked many times in the last ten years about his regret at turning down the [...]
NewcastleUnited captain Fabricio Coloccini has come out in the program notes for tomorrow's game, and has asked the Newcastle fans to support the team against Hull City. Fabricio Coloccini asks for support from fans It'sinteresting that Alan Pardew has not come out and asked for the support of the fans, and we think it's [.
If Alan Pardew is to leave the Tyneside club it will not be by hos own hand and he's made it very clear he will not resign from his position as manager of Newcastle United. Alan Pardew doing the best I can This is what Pardew has said to the press today: "It [...]
Alan Pardew has been very contrite when he has talked about last Saturday's appalling performance at Southampton, and last season's performance there was also diabolical. Unfortunately if anything the performance last Saturday was even worse than the previous one. Alan Pardew last Saturday it looks like he's about to vomit over Steve Stone Here [.
Should Newcastle United Sack Alan Pardew? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It is barely four games into the new season but already there's something of a crisis unfolding at St James' Park. With just two points from four games and a goal difference already of -6, Newcastle United sit bottom of the Premier League.
Unfortunately for Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew it appears he is a'dead man walking'. The 53-year-old is only a few seasons removed from winning both the Premier League Manager of the Season and LMA Manager of the Year awards after guiding the Magpies to a surprise fifth-place finish in the English top flight.
Alan Pardew seems to be getting a quick dose of reality as he has obviously reviewed the tapes of the game at Southampton when not only were Newcastle powder puff up front, but our defense was leaking goals and looked far too porous against the Saints. Alan Pardew will face protests on Saturday [...]
Another day, another humiliation. Newcastle United's capitulation against Southampton last weekend was the fourth time this calendar year that the Magpies have lost by a four goal margin. Southampton helped themselves to four last season against Newcastle at St Mary's in March whilst Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur helped themselves to goal gluts at St James' Park.
Alan Pardew has to take a lot of responsibility for the current mess Newcastle are in because a manager's job is all about results, and once the results stop coming then the manager is usually fired and that's especially true in the Premier League these days. Graeme Souness when Newcastle manager 2004-2006 And that's [.
There's an exclusive report in the Telegraph today that Fabricio Coloccini may be a candidate to take over from Alan Pardew, should Pardew be fired in the near future as the Newcastle manager. Fabricio Coloccini in pre-season training Apparently when Pardew was banned last season, after head-butting David Meyler at Hull City, Fabricio took [.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce has a perfect opportunity today to put himself more into the "shop window" for his chances of becoming the next manager at Newcastle United. Of course, this is all conjecture, but if Hull City beats West Ham United today and then defeats Newcastle this weekend, Bruce could end up being the favorite to replace Alan Pardew if the manager is sacked.
It looks like Alan Pardew will still be in charge for the Hull City game on Saturday, but we expect Mike Ashley and Lee Charnley to be sorting out who Alan's replacement will be,in case we lose the Hull City game too. Carver and Pardew on the bench on Saturday Dropping points like this at [...]
The Mail is reporting today that Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is ready to sack Alan Pardew, after Newcastle were thrashed 4-0 for the second season running by Southampton.. Mike Ashley during yesterday's game he doesn't look happy The Mirror reported last night that Ashley will appoint Hull City boss Steve Bruce with Alan [.
BBC pundit Alan Shearer said the obvious on Match of the Day last night, when he said that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is under huge pressure at Newcastlefollowing another 4-0 defeat at Southampton yesterday, for the secondseason running. Alan Pardew during yesterday's humiliation In truth Newcastle looked almost completely hopeless yesterday especially in defense [.
Here are a list of candidates should Mike Askey decide to replace Alan Pardew as the Newcastle manager, and that looks even closer after today's rather pathetic and abysmal display at Southampton. when we were beaten 4-0 again for the second season running. Alan Pardew on the brink Most of the managers here are [.
Ben Arfa's loan move to Hull City that was completed almost two hours after the transfer window closed at 11:00 pm on Monday night, 1st September, was like pouring gasoline (petrol) on a fire, as the Newcastle fans erupted and turned against manager Alan Pardew, who seemed to push the Frenchman out of the door.
Alan Pardew spoke with the press for the first time since after the 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace almost two weeks a game we should probably have own when we went ahead with a first ever Mike Williamson goal with just two minutes to play in normaltime but allowed Palace to equalize with two [...]
Newcastle have played quite well in the first three games of the season, and in each game we have shown decent control of those games, especially in the second half, but we just haven't scored enough goals and have one win, one defeat and one draw so far this season. Alan Pardew mm But [...]
Alan Pardew has talked about one confrontation with Neil Warnock in his management career, but he has said tonight that he used his death stare at Warnock, who then backed off (phew!). Neil Warnock back at Crystal Palace We know Alan is just kidding, but we should quickly mention that if Alan does get [.
Alan Pardew is still hoping that Managing Director Lee Charnley, with the help of owner Mike Ashley, will be able to bring one or two more players into the squad before a week tomorrow night, when the transfer window slams shut. Alan Pardew yesterday at Villa Park If Newcastle can bring in a good [.
Alan Pardew has named an unchanged team for the game at Villa Park today, but Siem de Jong is on the bench and could make his competitive debut for the club today. Alan Pardew is keeping with the 4-2-3-1 formation he used last week, in the 2-0 defeat at home by Manchester City. Teams: Aston [...]
Siem de Jong is back in the squad and he could make his debut at Villa Park tomorrow, although Alan Pardew has told the Dutchman he will have to work hard to make the starting line-up. Siem de Jong could start for Newcastle Whether he plays or not will depend on how he looks [...]
News today that not only have Newcastle raised the fee of Cheick Tiote to £14M according to the Mirror but that Alan Pardew is keen to keep the 28 year-old central midfielder at Newcastle. Cheick Tiote in action in pre-season There were differing pieces of news yesterday following the Arsenal bid of [.
This is a critical season for Newcastle United and certainly a critical one for Alan Pardew, and at the very least Newcastle will need to finish in the top ten if Alan is to remain the Newcastle manager next summer. Critical season for Alan Pardew and Newcastle Alan's job is in danger not only because [.
There was a lot of positive things that Alan Pardew will take away from the display yesterday against Manchester City, which we again lost 2-0 -with Manchester City scoring a late goal, after Newcastle had thrown caution to the wind in those final 30 minutes and and were going after the equalizer. Jack Colback in [.
Newcastle United endured another difficult campaign last term with supporters becoming increasingly frustrated at both the ownership of the club and the performances of manager Alan Pardew. The final straw appeared to be the sale of Yohan Cabaye to Paris Saint-Germain in the January transfer window, with the money not being reinvested into the squad straight away.
In 2007 Mike Ashley purchased the combined stakes of John Hall and Douglas Hall, effectively giving him ownership of Newcastle United. Since that time, and the appointment of Alan Pardew,Mike Ashley has continued to be accused of asset stripping the club to make a profit. Backers of Mike Ashley, few though they are, continue to [.
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 [.
Hull City threw away a two goal lead as they drew 2-2 at St James Park today as Newcastle manager Alan Pardew got a stay of execution following substitute Papiss Cisse's double!
Former Everton striker Nikica Jelavic scored the goal of the game with an acrobatic scissor kick from a Tom Huddlestone cross which looked to have put the final nail in the coffin of Pardew who will do well to last this month let alone this season!
It's a beautiful Saturday. And we have six Premier League matches in store that will be played across England and Wales today. Expect protests at St James' Park against Alan Pardew and Mike Ashley. Expect a feisty match between Aston Villa and Arsenal, and much more.
For viewers in the United States, the games will be shown on:
Saturday, September 20:
QPR vs Stoke, 7:45am, NBCSNand NBC Sports Live Extra; Peter Drury & Clive Allen Aston Villa vs Arsenal, 10am, NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra; Ian Crocker & Trevor Francis Burnley vs Sunderland, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Joe Speight & Dean Sturridge Newcastle vs Hull, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra andselect movie theaters nationwide; Jonathan Beck & Davie Provan Swansea vs Southampton, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Gary Taphouse & Brian Little West Ham vs Liverpool, 12:30pm, NBC and mun2and NBC Sports Live Extra; Arlo White & Graeme Le Saux