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A day after Mike Ashley banned yet another newspaper, Alan Pardew bottled it and refused to speak to any newspaper after the Southampton disgrace.
Alan Pardew is the first to win the Manager of the year award. Does it make him the best Manager at St James’ Park over the last 30 years?
Who are your best and worst Newcastle managers? Where do Keegan, Pardew and Sir Bobby rank and what about Kinnear, Allardyce and Dalglish?
Alan Pardew is doing a magnificent job and always value for money in his post-match press conferences, watch here to see what he said after Liverpool. Also Krul and Williamson interviewed.
The only question for me is whether this was even better than the January demolition of Manchester United? I would argue it was because how many times have we let ourselves down after the big build up.
Alan Pardew has a squad which has been creaking under the pressure of small numbers and big injuries.
Under Mike Ashley transfer windows have come to be feared rather than anticipated, what should the manager do if he is not backed by the owner?
We have professional referees and when they get match changing decision badly wrong the punishment is usually demotion to the Football League.
Mike Dean was as bad as it gets in the Chelsea match yet carries on in the Premier League unlike Steven Taylor, Danny Guthrie and possibly Fabricio Coloccini. Justice?
Saturday will be some occasion as a full house comes together to honour Gary Speed and watch what promises to be a gripping match.
Chelsea arrive at St.James’ Park with a record of five defeats from their last nine matches in all competitions, Newcastle United can take advantage.
I know it keeps cropping up but this January really could be a pivotal time for Newcastle United as the transfer window opens.
The unexpected start to the season has given NUFC a very unexpected opportunity, will Mike Ashley buy or sell in the window?
I don’t exactly how you would describe Newcastle United’s transfer policy but it definitely has a certain risk factor associated with it. There is the predominance of French players, a…
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