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Alan Pardew was plain and straight talking after the game last night, and said he was disappointed with the displays of a number of Newcastle’s youngsters, and although the manager wanted to see a fight-back in the second half in an attempt to win the game, the team simply wasn’t good enough to be able [...]
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Alan Pardew has given an interview to the BBC and he says some interesting things, such as if we lose a top player, then we’ll have to bring in two and grow them, and he says once again that Newcastle cannot compete with the likes of the two Manchester clubs and Chelsea on the financially front, but we can on the playing [...]
Alan Pardew is remaining tight lipped about the January transfer window, and we wouldn’t expect him to talk openly about our targets as a certain Graeme Souness used to do when he was manager at Newcastle. Graeme Souness when Magpies manager – conducted transfer business in the press Part of Newcastle’s strategy on transfers is [...]
It’s two years since Alan Pardew took over the Newcastle manager job from the sacked Chris Hughton, and in some interviews out today, the Londoner has admitted that the last two months at Newcastle have been the hardest of his management career. Alan Pardew – training in the snow last week Newcastle lost four league [...]
Alan Pardew has made nine changes to the Newcastle starting line-up for tonight’s Europa League Group D tie at Bordeaux. Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Rob Elliot; James Tavernier, James Perch, Mike Williamson, Shane Ferguson; Mehdi Abeid, Gael Bigirimana; Nile Ranger, Sylvain Marveaux, Sammy Ameobi; Shola Ameobi (c) Substitutes: Tim Krul, Danny Simpson, Fabricio Coloccini, Vurnon Anita, [...]
Alan Pardew will start a young side tonight in the Europa League at Bordeaux, but exactly what the team will be we don’t know, but the Newcastle manager has given some hints on who will start the game. Marveaux will start – had a great game against Wigan Alan Pardew said yesterday that he will [...]
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is upbeat before the Europa League game tonight at Bordeaux, and he’s said the great 3-0 win on Monday night against Wigan has lifted the spirit of his squad, and he will protect a lot of our top players tonight, by playing a young side, since Newcastle have already qualified for [...]
With a tough game at Fulham next Monday night, and a very tough December schedule coming up, and with Newcastle having already qualified for the knock-out stages of the Europa League, Alan Pardew will likely play a weakened side tomorrow night in Bordeaux. Alan Pardew – I can’t afford to lose anybody And Tim Krul [...]
Youngsters Conor Newton and Yven Moyo are among a 20-man Newcastle squad which belatedly left Tyneside for Bordeaux on Wednesday afternoon.
Midfielders Newton, 21, and 20-year-old Moyo are yet to make a senior appearance for the club, and have been included along with the slightly more experienced Gael Bigirimana, Mehdi Abeid and Adam Campbell as manager Alan Pardew uses the depth...