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With Newcastle’s 2-1 defeat to Wigan ion Sunday our safety in the Premier League has still not been secured, and it’s not the best of results to go into the two week International break with, and of course we also had Mathieu Debuchy and Massadio Haidara injured. Alan Pardew - wants players to rest So [...]
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Alan Pardew struggled to contain his anger at Callum McManaman's "awful" tackle on Massadio Haidara in Newcastle's 2-1 defeat at Wigan.
Latics forward McManaman, on his first Premier League start, caused outrage with a reckless knee-high challenge on Haidara, who was reported to be in too much pain to have the injury assessed after the game.
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Newcastle have 33 points form 30 games and Wigan have 27 points from 29 games in 3rd bottom place, so if they win their game in hand Newcastle will be only three points above the drop zone. Alan Pardew – difficult last tow months of the season That’s some of the outcome of Wigan’s 90th [...]
If Wigan win the game they have in hand on Newcastle, then we will be only 3 points above the drop zone, and we may be the only ones – but we’re not clear of relegation fears yet. Alan Pardew yesterday – Newcastle are still not safe – yet We were surprised we didn’t do [...]
Newcastle have done very well since we were relegated four years ago, and the powers that be at the club have hauled Newcastle into a very healthy financial position, and we have made some great acquisitions in the transfer market under Chief Scout Graham Carr, who joined us three years ago last month. Alan Pardew [...]
It's not the Arouna Kone goal that gave Wigan some space between themselves, Reading, and QPR in the Premier League relegation battle that everyone is discussing... it's the Callum McManaman tackle on Haidara that set off every Newcastle person known to man at the end of the first half...
Referee Mark Halsey didn't see what happened, so McManaman...
With our tough run-in to the Premier League and the Europa League, we need many of our top players fit, and there was some good news on Yohan Cabaye today, although over the weekend Alan Pardew had said the French midfielder had half a chance to play against Wigan on Sunday, but unfortunately he didn’t make the [...]