Tag Archives: Alan Pardew

Remy’s Future: can Newcastle afford to buy him, or miss out on him?

He may only be on loan at Newcastle United from Queens Park Rangers, but Loic Remy has already proved his worth as a Newcastle United striker.  In his 22 Premier League starts for the Toon, Remy has netted an impressive 13 goals, he scored six in 13 starts for QPR last season.

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Newcastle eyeing Monaco Frontman

To say that Newcastle are in crisis at the moment would be criminally stating the obvious. The damning statistic of 12 losses in the past 17 games not only reflects a defence sorely in need of improvement, but also a woefully inadaquate frontline which has mustered a grand total of 0 goals in 12 of these games and has failed to score in […]

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Where Did It Go Wrong For Hatem Ben Arfa?

At times, Hatem Ben Arfa has shown the kind of skills that would put him on a par with any of Newcastle’s most talented football legends. His magnificent goal in the April 2012 against Bolton, when he raced from his own half through the Bolton defence before slotting home past Adam Bogdan is one of […]

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Are Newcastle keeping up with the times?

Football is going global at the rate of knots; the game has acquired many admirers in the last few years, undoubtedly more than it did in last few decades. One of the proofs of this is the new multi-billion pound deal that the Premier league has signed. The deal will see clubs in the Premier League […]

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VIDEO: 2010 Interview Foreshadows Pardew’s Downfall

Following Saturday’s utterly disgraceful performance in the 4-0 defeat to Southampton, I was doing a bit of digging online for what Southampton, West Ham and Charlton fans thought of Pardew while he was in charge at their respective clubs.

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How Should Newcastle United Approach The Rest Of The Season?

It is seldom that a club finds itself with eight games of the season remaining, but with seemingly little to play for; but that is very much the situation at Newcastle United at the moment.

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The Rumour Mill – Gaston Sauro

It’s no secret that club Captain Fabricio Coloccini is keen to return to his native Argentina, and has wanted to for the past 18 months. It looks likely that his wishes will be granted this Summer, leaving the club short on central defenders.

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