Tag Archives: Alan Pardew

How will John Carver Fair during Pardew’s Absence?

Last week I said that it was likely Pardew would get between a 5 and 8 game ban and it’s looks like I was spot on with the FA handing out a 3 game stadium ban and 4 game touchline ban.

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THIS Man should be Donachie’s Replacement

After the hasty and somewhat shameful departure of Willie Donachie from the club last month, the club will be looking to bring in a youth team coach. One name that fits the bill both in terms of the requirement and the fiscal constraints is Alfons Groenendijk.

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Red Mist in the Technical Area – what punishment is appropriate?

By Tom Richardson Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last week you’ve probably heard, read about and seen the pictures or Alan Pardew ‘laying the nut’ on Hull City player David Meyler in Newcastles 1-4 away win at the KC Stadium.

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Is the Cabaye Hangover Finally Over?

By Tom Richardson Does beating Villa at the weekend mark the end of the Yohan Cabaye hangover? In the 2nd half I certainly witnessed a spirit and fight which has been lacking in recent weeks that would suggest we’re starting to move on.

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Part 3: Inside the World of Mike Ashley and His Friends in the North

Mike Ashley doesn’t have any pals left does he? He might be a money-spinner but I don’t know anyone (who cares about quality football) that has anything credible to say about his executive leadership of a football team and its management. And with JFK gone he’ll have to hire another sycophant to sit alongside him […]

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