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With pre-season optimism looking increasingly misplaced, Alan Pardew will soon overtake Sam Allardyce in the Premier League sack race.
There have been big changes for both Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce as the bookies rethink their betting on the Premier League sack race.
Alan Pardew is second top in the table when it comes to Premier League sack race odds, though in this instance it is the wrong end of the table to be at.
With Paolo Di Canio getting the boot, the bookies believe at the moment it is now a two way battle to be the next Premier League manager to get his marching orders.
Even back in those Newcastle days, we never quite saw as many as 14 new signings in a transfer window and to think of all the money tied up in those newly minted contracts…you have to laugh.
While we are used to a certain level of madness at St.James’ Park, our close neighbours are making a serious attempt at taking the north east top dogs (of madness) permanently to Wearside.
Digging into the technical side of things our people quickly found the answer, our hilarious friends down the road had heard about the poll, the only problem was that they were 24 hours too late.
‘Pardew’s position is not up for discussion. The manager is “safe” and will be backed in the transfer market’
I must admit to being quite shocked as I understood people would be upset in the aftermath of the result but that the poll would still show a majority wanting to keep the manager.
Newcastle United have many more problems than just who is manager but after seeing how fans around me reacted today, the question has to be asked – ‘Should Alan Pardew Remain As Newcastle United’s Manager’?
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