Tag Archives: Alan Pardew

Newcastle need to follow Sunderland’s example

Much like the end of the last Premier League season, the current season has begun on a familiar depressing note for Newcastle United as they sit at the bottom of table with two points and a goal difference of minus six after four league games.

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Full List of Odds for Next Newcastle Manager

The Mail is reporting today that Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is ready to sack Alan Pardew,  after Newcastle were thrashed 4-0 for the second season running by Southampton.

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Match Preview: Southampton vs. Newcastle United

Newcastle United will travel to St. Mary’s Stadium this weekend to face Southampton. The Magpies are still looking for their first Premier League win of the season.

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Should Pardew be Sacked? 8 Worrying Statstics in Supoort of #PardewOut Campaign

Article Courtesy of Newcastle Stats. Alan Pardew was appointed NUFC boss in December 2010, and soon went on to guide us to our first European campaign since our return to top flight football (picking up a Premier League Manager of the Season & LMA Manager of the Year award in the process for the 2011/12 […]

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Did Pardew ever give Ben Arfa a fair chance? Stats and Analysis

Monday 2nd September 2014 brought to an end one of the longest debates in toon history: Hatem Ben Arfa’s role at Newcastle. This much documented debate was brought to a close by the departure of Hatem Ben Arfa to Hull City.

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Christophe GALTIER

Rumour: Newcastle Could Approach this French Manager

French Daily L’Equipe are suggesting the Newcastle United may well approach Saint Etienne Coach Christophe Galtier if rumours that Pardew could be about to lose his job come to fruition.

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Match Preview: Newcastle United vs. Crystal Palace

Newcastle United will be looking for their first Premier League victory of the season when they face Crystal Palace at St.James’ Park on Saturday.

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3-5-2 would work well for Newcastle

 In the last game of the 2013-14 season against Liverpool, Alan Pardew, with a new formation and the team that had conceded the worst defence outside of the bottom three, gave a decent account of themselves.

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