Magpies boss Alan Pardew couldn't resist showing off his skills during last night's Europa League
play-off victory over Greek side Atromitos. Pards showed he's still got what it takes with a deft
backheel touch in his technical area.
Alan Pardew is set for a three-match touchline ban after pushing assistant referee Peter Kirkup
during Newcastle's opening day win over Tottenham. The Magpies boss was unhappy that a throw-in had
not been awarded during a Spurs attack as he believed the ball had gone out of play. Referee Lee
Mason immediately sent him to [.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has been teasing the football rumour mill by setting a bit of a
riddle about who he's targeting as his next signing. The Magpies boss said: "I am contemplating
bringing in someone because we don't have a dominant header of the ball. On the scouting front we
are looking at a [.
Newcastle star Papiss Cisse put in his best performance since joining the club thanks to a diet of
curried goat, according to manager Alan Pardew. Magpies boss Pardew reckons the goat gobbled by his
squad on Friday as part of an African theme day in the Toon canteen powered Cisse to his
match-winning performance against [.
Alan Pardew says Jose Enrique failed to see the "bigger picture" when he left Newcastle for
Liverpool last summer.
The defender made the move to what he felt was a bigger club, but finds himself returning to St
James' Park on Sunday with Liverpool trailing the Magpies by eight points in the Premier League
Another Ba-rgain buy? Newcastle obviously think they've hit on a successful transfer formula, so
they're sticking to it. They've brought another Senegal international striker called Demba with a
history of playing in the Bundesliga. Papiss Demba Cisse has signed from Freiburg in a
five-and-a-half-year deal, for an undisclosed fee thought to be in the region [.