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Alan Pardew made what was we think was supposed to be a light-hearted comment about not caring if we lose 4-0 at Arsenal on Sunday in our last game of the season. Alan Pardew - he does care if we get hammered 4-0 But with the 4th place and the Champions League a close race [...]
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Alan Pardew is a relieved man today – just like Newcastle fans – as we can bask in the safety of knowing we’re not being relegated, and in fact we’re in 13 place – but whether we can stay there after the Arsenal game is debatable. Coloccini and Williamson – delighted after the game – [...]
There’s news today in the Evening Chronicle today that Alan Pardew has already been told his job is safe at Newcastle, and that he will continue as the Newcastle manager. Alan Pardew – will continue as Newcastle manager After doing extremely well in taking Newcastle up to 5th position in the league last season, this [...]
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has become very philosophical of late, with the results in the last seven games being little short of pathetic, but he has a chance to save Newcastle this afternoon, if we can beat QPR in London. Alan Pardew – it’s been milk and honey most of the time With Wigan losing [...]
At the final whistle Alan Pardew was relieved that Newcastle had secured their safety in the league, as the lads hung on for the last nine minutes with ten men, after Rob Elliot clearly handled outside the box and was given a seocnd yellow card – what was he thinking? Yoan Gouffran – scores Newcastle [...]
There are rumors going around (what’s new) that Alan Pardew will want to bring in players who have some Premier League experience, and he also may want to bring in some British players. James McCarthy – Newcastle interested? If we assume Wigan will go down – they have to win tonight’s game at Arsenal and [...]
Alan Pardew has done a lot of talking since Sunday, and that’s due to the relief that Newcastle are now in the Premier League next season, when the new TV deal means a lot more money for Premier League clubs. Alan Pardew - must fix what’s wrong with the squad As an example of what [...]
Alan Pardew has come in for some withering criticism this season, and it’s continued after the QPR win, but that crazy win finally made us safe in the league, and we can now watch the Arsenal-Wigan game tonight – and even enjoy it. Alan Pardew – after the 6-0 disgrace against Liverpool He didn’t look [...]
Hatem Ben Arfa is confident Newcastle will be back fighting at the top end of the Premier League table next season.
The Magpies end a disappointing campaign at home to Arsenal on Sunday in a fixture that might have been far more significant had they not ensured survival with last weekend's 2-1 victory at QPR.
Alan Pardew's side, who last season qualified for the Europa...
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew breathed a sigh of relief after his side finally ensured Premier League safety with a 2-1 victory over QPR at Loftus Road.
The Magpies fell behind to a debatable 11th-minute Loic Remy penalty but replied through Hatem Ben Arfa's spot-kick and Yoan Gouffran's strike after a defensive mix-up by Rangers.
"I'm very pleased. It was a very...
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 [...]
Newcastle are currently in 13th position (unlucky for some) in the league table on 41 points, and we are 2 points behind West Ham in 10th place. Alan Pardew - presided over one of Newcastle’s worst PL seasons ever So if Newcastle can beat Arsenal on Sunday and get our second successive league win, then [...]
Since Kevin Keegan left in January of 1997, there have been 11 managers at Newcastle in those 16 years, and we’ve won nowt. Alan Pardew – give him a chance Kenny Dalglish, Ruud Gullit, Bobby Robson, Graeme Souness, Glenn Roeder, Sam Allardyce, Kevin Keegan, Joe Kinnear, Alan Shearer, Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew have all [...]