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Alan Pardew had his first training session with the Newcastle squad yesterday, and the lads were seen running a lot and doing some flexibility exercises and all the returning Muslims in the squad were wearing the WONGA.com training gear. Ben Arfa wearing the WONGA.com training kit yesterday Some Newcastle players – particularly Papiss Cisse have [...]
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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew went through a very tough season for Newcastle last term (didn’t we all), and although Newcastle did well in Europe and reached the last eight of the competition before being eliminated by losing finalists Benfica, we struggled in the league, and just managed to avoid relegation. Alan Pardew - first training [...]
At last Alan Pardew has given an interview, and that’s essentially the first time we’ve heard much from him since the end of last season, and the first time since Joe Kinnear was appointed three weeks ago, apart from that sentence about “taking Newcastle up the league.” Alan Pardew – i will manage this football [...]
On the first day of training on Saturday, Alan Pardew has told the Newcastle players they let everybody down last season, and they would have to shape up or be shipped out by the club. Manager Alan Pardew yesterday at first day of training The report is in the Sunday People and we thought we [...]
Alan Pardew has talked to the press today, and in one interview he describes how he sees it working with Joe Kinnear, Graham Carr, Lee Charnley and of course Mike Ashley, and Alan seems to have a good handle on it, and explains it well. Alan Pardew taking the training on Saturday This is what [...]
Some of the headlines of articles over the last several weeks have been that Alan Pardew’s silence has been deafening for Newcastle fans. Alan Pardew – we hope he’s smiling today Ever since Joe Kinnear was shockingly appointed the Director of Football (what was Mike Ashley thinking?), then Alan has probably done the right thing [...]
Alan Pardew today has admitted that both Darren Bent and Loic Remy are on Newcastle’s list of strikers. Loic Remy – on Newcastle’s list And both strikers are expected to leave their clubs this summer, Bent because he is not wanted by Villa, and Remy because he doesn’t want to play in England’s second division [...]
Senegal and Newcastle striker Cisse
Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse says he hopes to feature regularly in a striking role next season.
The Senegal international was regularly deployed in a wide berth in 2012-13 by Toons manager Alan Pardew prior to the January sale of compatriot Demba Ba to Chelsea, and struggled to recapture his best form as a result.
Pardew also attracted criticism...
We expected Alan Pardew to be mature and sensible about the changes at Newcastle, since Joe Kinnear arrived as Director of Football, to the sheer horror of most Newcastle fans. A recent photo of Joe Kinnear – he needs some sleep And Joe didn’t disappoint (so to speak), by shaming himself and our club with [...]
Alan Pardew has given an interview with BBC Newcastle, and it seems that Joe Kinnear will assume a lot of the duties that Derek LLambias had, although Lee Charnley, the Secretary, will take up some of the slack. Alan Pardew – taking the training on Monday But what Alan has exposed in the interview, is [...]
Alan Pardew has talked today about the striker he coached to success at Charlton, 29 year-old Darren Bent, and admitted Newcastle United are interested in the striker. Darren Bent - spent a lot of time on bench last season The £6M price tag on Darren Bent is a stumbling block for Newcastle, because he will [...]
The Daily Mirror is reporting that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is willing to play £6M plus Steven Taylor to get Loic Remy from QPR. Steven Taylor – part exchange for Loic Remy? That’s the report and we simply don’t believe it. For one thing Loic Remy will cost at most £8M, and probably less, and [...]
Alan Pardew has done a good job in his interviews since yesterday, explaining to the Newcastle fans the new role Joe Kinnear will play at Newcastle, and how it should all work. Yohan Cabaye - this is a wonderful player And whether you think Alan is a good coach or not, the manager’s communication skills [...]
Another explanation today from Alan Pardew about how the new structure at Newcastle should work, this time in the Newcastle Journal. Joe Kinnear – essentially replaced Derek LLambias Alan hinted yesterday that Mike Ashley and Derek LLambias fell out over the last few months of the season, and that led ultimately to Joe Kinnear being [...]