Alan Pardew on Mike Ashley, “Put yourself in his position and look at the value he has had for his money. Some of the signings for this club, some of the faith he has put in people and has not been repaid. That would make you wary as well”.
So sit back and enjoy the games as a kind of alternative European Championships without all the nonsense you have to put up with surrounding the England circus.
I’d rather see our three African representatives showcasing their talents and whetting our appetites for their return, a canny African Nations campaign will see them return as happy players and ready for the fight in the Premier League.
Alan Pardew; “The priority for me is Coloccini’s new contract and one or two others. We are focused on that because we want to keep our best players. He is our captain and I want to keep him. Negotiations are due to restart shortly”.
This was one of the first ever matches shown live on Sky (remember this was pre the all new shiny Sky Premier League) and only the fourth time ever in English football that a 6-6 scoreline had occurred.
This classic video is pure entertainment, this video is pure Newcastle United.
Tickets for our FA Cup 4th Round tie against Championship side Brighton go on sale at 2pm today, call NUFC ticket office on 08443721892 or visit the official website at www.nufc.co.uk (though that section wasn’t working when we tried earlier!).