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After the 0-0 draw today at Upton Park today when our lads played very well, Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says that a win at QPR next Saturday could secure our place in the Premier League for next season. Newcastle players applaud their great fans after the game today But we now wonder if 41 [...]
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Alan Pardew has been honest if nothing else this week, by admitting the recent results have certainly taken a toll on him personally. Alan Pardew – Monday was blood letting day Alan met the press for the first time since after the Liverpool thrashing on Saturday, when Newcastle fans were seeing red and just couldn’t [...]
If you are a Newcastle manager, you can expect a lot of heat if things are not going well, and if things look like they are going to hell in a hand-basket – you can expect the pressure to be almost unbearable – and that’s what Alan Pardew has had to face this week, after [...]
Newcastle's bid for Premier League survival remains in the balance after drawing with West Ham 0-0 at Upton Park on Saturday.
Alan Pardew's side is just three points clear of the relegation zone and has played one more game than 18th-placed Wigan.
Papiss Cisse came closest to breaking the deadlock on an afternoon of few clear-cut opportunities, with his first-half effort...
Alan Pardew gave a lot of interviews on Thursday, as the very important game at West Ham takes place tomorrow, and Newcastle need some points after taking just a solitary point from the last three games, and we’ve conceded a massive 10 goals. Alan Pardew - important to identify and correct what went wrong against [...]
Both Aston Villa and Wigan Athletic picked up vital away wins today and the Latics are now just 3 points behind Newcastle with a game in hand which they play on Tuesday night, and Villa are now two points ahead of us, after being three points behind us two games ago. Alan Pardew – yesterday [...]
West Ham captain Kevin Nolan has told players at his former club Newcastle to "stand up and be counted" as the sides prepare to meet this weekend.
Alan Pardew's side have gone from a top-five finish last season to a relegation scrap this term and head to Upton Park just five points above the drop zone, having played a game more than third-bottom Wigan.
Nolan was part...
Alan Pardew’s tenure at Newcastle would appear to be hanging by a thread, and whether he stays or goes will very much depend on what our results are in the final three games of the season. Alan Pardew - vital last three games for Newcastle manager If we don’t get at least one win in [...]
What’s happened this season is that Alan Pardew, the coaching staff and the players have let the club down massively – those are the facts that can hardly be argued with. Alan Pardew – give him some slack in next two weeks He needs to be the major cheerleader Yes we didn’t have a big [...]
Newcastle's Premier League status remains in the balance as they left Upton Park with only a share of the spoils following a mundane goalless draw with West Ham .
With fellow relegation candidates Wigan and Aston Villa picking up wins away from home, Alan Pardew's side are now just three points clear of the bottom three and the 18th-placed Latics have a game in hand.
Some very surprising news in the Interdependent 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. Alan Pardew = hasn’t talked with Mike Ashley That’s a bit of a shock and maybe there’s not enough communication between manager and owner, [...]
It’s hard to think that Newcastle will be safe after our next game next Sunday at QPR – even if we win that game – which we think will be very tough unless someone in a back and white shirt. can score spme goals Alan Pardew - can he keep Newcastle up? So it is [...]
One of the things that Mike Ashley and Derek LLambias should ask Alan Pardew for, when they have their enquiry into what (the heck) happened this season, is how come we have picked up so many injuries, and too many of them in training. Moussa Sissoko - could miss QPR game Only last week Massadio [...]
Kevin Nolan left Newcastle almost two years ago, as did Joey Barton, and we certainly didn’t miss them last season, when we had a terrific season and finished 5th, and just missed out on a Champions League place. Alan Pardew – lots of reasons – but not many results recently At that time we had [...]