Watch the full interview as Alan Pardew talks about Coloccini’s future and hear the manager’s take on the match as well as his own position, plus the departure of Steve Harper.
Listening to the commentator just reminds me of how excited I was when Cheick Tiote’s left footed volley hit the back of the net!
Alan Pardew; “We owe a performance to the standard of the Premier League and ourselves.”
I think somebody has been feeding the manager duff information because while we’ve drawn a few at home against the Gunners, you have to go back eight years to find the last win for United at St.James’ Park. So we take you back to 2005 and our last win, featuring a beautiful finish by Nobby Solano for the winning goal.
These comments after the QPR match make it sound like the manager is pretty sure of his position, or is that just bravado?
Watch this video interview and decide for yourself.
Watch the footage and enjoy the atmosphere supplied by the travelling Newcastle fans who made up what looks like half the crowd. A great day and proof that it isn’t just what happens on the pitch sticks in your mind, or is important.
Chris Waddle was the star act for United that day with a hat-trick but that almost gets lost in the sheer madness of what happened in the second-half.
With another trip on Sunday to play against ‘Arry’s relegated boys, we have looked back in the video archives and came up with this classic footage.
Watch this classic video footage from 1984, with Steve Carney’s goal up first. Worth noting the away following behind the goal, watch when Carney scores, great days.
Alan Pardew, “The players needed to show that a lot of what was said this week was complete rubbish and we did that.”