Alan Pardew will meet with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley today and they will discuss just why things went so wrong this season in the Premier League. Mike Ashley - wants to understand what went wrong? Also attending the meeting will be Alan Pardew's coaching staff, Managing Director Derek LLambias and Chief scout Graham [.
With Alan Pardew having his showdown meeting with Mike Ashley today, we should have guessed that somebody somewhere, would send out a tweet that Alan has been sacked. Alan Pardew wild and daft rumors It only takes somebody to tweet that Alan Pardew has been fired for it to spread like wildfire especially [.
We didn't get relegated this season and almost two weeks ago that was very possible, and if Wigan had beaten Swansea at home 13 days ago, we would have been 3rd bottom for the first time this season, with just a couple of games to play. Mike Ashley three of Newcastle's worst seasons in [...]
In our last six games, after were eliminated from the Premier League by Benfica we own one and drew two and they a=were all away from home, and in our three home games we lost the lot and conceded 10 goals without even scoring one. Not good. Mike Ashley must bring in at least [...]
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is offering his non-playing staff a share of a £1million bonus if they beat Arsenal in this afternoon's match. Ashley is reported to be a Spurs fan, and a Newcastle win would secure Champions League football for Andre Villas Boas' side providing they are able to beat Sunderland in today's other [.
Mike Ashley did this two years ago, before our last game against West Brom, and he's doing it again for our last game against Arsenal on Sunday. Mike Ashley offers £1M in bonuses Mike is offering £1M in bonuses to the non-playing staff if Newcastle can get a win on Sunday, and of course [...]
Mike Ashley made one of those fleeting visits to the Benton training ground yesterday, and had lunch with the players and the coaches and the manager Alan Pardew and was smiling a lot, and even waving at the camera. Alan Pardew - met with Mike Ashley today Mike Ashley's message to the players was to [.
In Alan Pardew's press conference this afternoon there was video of Mike Ashley and Derek LLambias at the Benton training grounds, going around shaking hands with the players and Mike even (tryingto) kick a ball. LLambias and Ashley they visited training today at Benton It seems Mike made one of those fleeting visits of [.
Newcastle are in early-stage discussions with Wayne Rooney's agent about a move from Manchester United, according to an article on the news section of Mike Ashley's business website. The Sports Direct website claims the Magpies are preparing a bid for the England international. The article read: "Newcastle United are preparing a shock bid for want-away [.
It's bizarre to say the least, that there was a story on the Sports Direct news site today, the company owned by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, that suggested Newcastle United were after want-away Manchester United star 27 year-old Wayne Rooney. Wayne Rooney in action against Newcastle But later today senior Newcastle United sources have [.
Alan Pardew said that Mike Ashley and Derek LLambias had made some mistakes last summer and this season and would need to take some responsibility for that, when the season ends and the big three meet to discuss what the heck happened. Alan Pardew ridiculous for me to criticize Ashley, LLambias But now Alan [.
As we reported late yesterday Alan Pardew will meet with Mike Ashley as soon as Newcastle's fate is known and it's clear which league we will be playing in next season. Alan Pardew makes public case to keep his job And that could come as early ass Sunday afternoon or next Tuesday night, [...]
Some very surprising news in the Indedependent today, that Alan Pardew and Mike Ashley have not talked since Newcastle's worst home defeat in 88 years, when we were thrashed 6-0 by Liverpool last Saturday. Alan Pardew = hasn't talked with Mike Ashley That's a bit of a shock and maybe there's not enough communication between [.
It's been huge news over the weekend that Liverpool can score goals without Luis Suarez, and that Newcastle United, who finished 5th last season and almost reached the semi-finals of the Europa League this season, could be relegated next month. Mike Ashley must be feeling anxious And we all know that could be the [.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has added £550M to his wealth over the last year, and he is now worth £2.3B, according to the annual Sunday Times Rich List, which will be published this Sunday. Mike Ashley now worth £2.3B Mike continues to be the richest man in the North-East, and of course his [.
I suppose if you are trying to look for some positives coming out of the unbelievable loss to Sunderland today it's that the Newcastle players will be motivated in the final five games of the season to redeem themselves in the eyes of Newcastle fans. Mike Ashley will not be pleased with this [...]
Newcastle have announced the financial figures for the year ended June 30 of 21012, and the club was able to announce an overall profit of £1.4M, and that compares with last year's figure of -£3.9M, and that's really the first profit Newcastle have had since Mike Ashley took over the club in the summer of [.
News in the Evening Chronicle today that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley watched Newcastle's number one striker target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang last night in France and he was seen with Chief Scout Graham Carr. Mike Ashley watched striker target last night St Etienne were playing at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard against league leaders PSG, [.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has finally reached an agreement with Glasgow Rangers FC, for his company Sports Direct to have the naming rights to Ibrox. Mike Ashley - agreed to naming rights for Ibrox Rangers Chief Executive Charles Green is attempting to have the naming rights in place before the start of next season, and [.
We had issued an article on Wednesday saying that we didn't think any of the £100M Newcastle owner Mike Ashley had received from selling 25M of his Sports Direct shares for 400 pence a share last week, would ever see its way into Newcastle's coffers. Mike Ashley cashed in £ 100M of Sports Direct [.
We've read a few reports about Mike Ashley's sale of £100M when he sold 25M of shares he has with Sports Direct the company he founded back in the 1980s. Mike Ashley sold £100M of Sports Direct stock recently We issued the report on that yesterday, and a number of the later reports [...]
Sarah Shannon in London is reporting for Bloomberg News that Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has sold 25M shares of Sports Direct for around £100M, and that has reduced his share of the company from 69% to 64%. Mike Ashley Newcastle owner cashed in £100M of Sports Direct Shares Ashley's MASH Holdings Ltd.
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct company reported a 21% increase in retail sales, and as expected his market share of the sports retail business increased, after rival JJB's financial collapse last year. Mike Ashley no wonder he's smiling Sports Direct reported revenues of £589.5M in the quarter to January 27th, from its revamped online operation [.
Alan Pardew has revealed in the Sunday Sun today that through the very sticky times from early November through the middle of January when we lost 2-1 at home to Reading, he never thought that Mike Ashley would fire him, and that turned out to be the case. Alan Pardew at yesterday's game at [...]
Last month was one of the best months in the transfer market tor Newcastle since Mike Ashley bought the club almost six years, ago, and bringing in five top French players to the club plus Kevin 17 year-old Mbabu, all for around £18M was excellent business, and even more difficult to do since it [.
Derek Llambias has talked to the press this morning, and said Newcastle are absolutely done in the transfer market this month so we don't know if that rules out the reported move for 17 year-old Swiss center back Kevin Mbabu, who will join the Development squad if he is signed today. Mike Ashley - [.
Alan Pardew is still under pressure at Newcastle, and he now has to get Newcastle away from the relegation zone, and it was interesting that owner Mike Ashley was there to see some of the four French players he signed last week all in a short four days. Alan Pardew won 37 of first [...]
We haven't heard too much from our existing players on the five signings of this month and four in four days last week and every single one of them is a Frenchman. Tim Krul squad has been given a massive lift But Tim Krul thinks it's just great that Mike Ashley has [...]
It now seems almost certain that Mike Ashley is trying desperately to bring in a top striker to Newcastle this month, so that Alan Pardew has four experienced strikers to choose from, for the first time this season. Yoan Gouffran not the only striker through the door in January? Even after bringing in five [.
We expect Moussa Sissoko to be the fourth Frenchman to arrive at the club this week alone, and there is a decent possibility that Newcastle could add three more players to the squad, before the month is out. Jack Butland - England International goalkeeper It seems that Mike Ashley has realized he made a major [.
I cannot be the onlyNewcastlefan who has been astonished at the pace at which Newcastle have brought players into the club this week and it comes after we lost Remy to QPR and lost a relegation 6 pointer to Reading last Saturday. Mike Ashley four players in four days not too bad [...]
1. This wasn't a round of Premier League fixtures: it was the world's best attended leaving do. Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes, Paul Scholes, Jamie Carragher, Michael Owen, Steve Harper, Rafa Benitez and Mark Halsey were all saying goodbye. 2. Fergie won't be forgetting his final game in management for a while.
After the Fulham game we thought we were safe when we got that last minute winner, and then we played well against Benfica but basically our last two home games which we have lost by a cumulative score of 9-0, may have done us in . Mike Ashley could sell if we are [...]
As many of you out there will be aware, Newcastle United recently announced their figures for the year ended 30th June, 2012. This corresponds to our second season back in the Premiership which, of course, is last season, the one where we finished fifth. In the last few days the accounts were finally made public [.
It may not have escaped the attention of you fans out there that Mike Ashley has recently had a windfall of around £100 million after selling aprroximately 7% of his holding in tacky sportwear retailer, Sports Direct. Reading about it in the Guardian's "Market Forces 'blog" this morning as I enjoyed my Eggs Benedict.
In Joe Kinnear's "Talk Sport" interview just over a week ago with Richard Keys and Andy Gray, besides being touched as Kinnear recalled the awful series of events which befell him after his reign at Newcastle, not just the heart episode which forced him into retirement but also the loss of his only son Elliott [.
There has been much talk amongst fans in the past few weeks on the situation with Newcastle United's captain, Fabricio Coloccini. While there is no doubt that the player is having personal problems at the moment, that he made a request to go back and join his family in Argentina, and that one of his [.
Many thanks to "ToonBano" from the Toon blog www.toonbano.com for his fifth guest blog here – wt. As I get over the shock of actually winning a game from behind for the first time in over two years and trying to get my head around winning back to back victories for the first time this [...]
Massadio Haidara, a 20 year old French fullback today signed for Newcastle United on a 4 and a half year deal. The French under 21 international and former Nancy player is highly rated in France, and is known for his pace. He will wear the Number 19 shirt. Haidara makes it three signings (and three [.