Pardew For England – Nonsense – My Future Is At Newcastle

Alan Pardew has done a great job in the short 13 months he’s been at Newcastle.

Alan Pardew – doing great at Newcastle

And with Fabio Capello on the way out of the England job after the Euro 2012 tournament, and not soon enough for some,  there will be a new England manager appointed,  and most want to see an Englishman in that position.

The favorite would have to be Harry Redknapp, and Sam Allardyce has always thought he would be the best England manager of any candidate – so those are two names that will come up.

And the experience and skill of  Roy Hodgson are there for all to see, and Roy has already managed other National sides including Switzerland and Finland.

And some pundits are starting to mention Alan Pardew as a possible England manager, since he has come to Tyneside and changed the fortunes of the Newcastle side, and has shown he has a very good understanding of the game, and his tactics are usually just right.

Certainly his tactics on Wednesday night in Newcastle’s wonder 3-0 win over Manchester United were simply spot on, and of course he always handles himself very well in front of the cameras, and is always in control of  himself and usually upbeat too, even in defeat.

Alan Pardew had only managed London clubs and Southampton before moving to the north-east 13 months ago, where he has again energized the Newcastle faithful.

The tremendous  support was there for all to see at St. James’ Park on Wednesday night – a sell-out crowd of over 52,000 who sang their hearts out throughout the game, and stayed at the end to celebrate a famous victory with the players.

And Alan himself doesn’t see himself going anywhere from Newcastle anytime soon:

“My future is very much here and I’m loving it at the moment,” “I haven’t considered any other issue outside this football club and I won’t.”

“It’s important for me that the players know I will be here trying to take this club forward.”  “I see a lot of good things on the pitch,”

“I think we can change tactics because we have different strengths which gives us that armoury and we haven’t approached every game with the same game plan.

“We have tweaked it and we will tweak it again for the FA Cup tie against Blackburn on Saturday.”

“You need good players to do that and have a training ground with an environment where you can do it too.”

We have to admit that when Chris Hughton was ruthlessly sacked in December of 2010 we were just a little upset.

And Alan’s appointment four days later did nothing to lessen that anger, but the 50 year-old has done a fantastic job on Tyneside, and has the lads playing good exciting football.

Alan Pardew is also creating a good relationship with the players and the fans too, and he’s doing just great at Newcastle at the moment, and we have to hope he’ll stay in the Tyneside job a long time.

Because if that happens we know Newcastle will once again be  successful and back into Europe.

It will also be good for Alan because he’ll eventually be able to manage the Newcastle side in  Europe (fingers crossed),  and that’s always a good challenge for any manager.

Howay The Lads!!

18 comments so far

  • darthkir

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:06 AM

    Comment #1

    I hope Newcastle try to loan Tevez…

  • alex84

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:10 AM

    Comment #2

    Wonder if Hatem will start on sat.

  • jayphoto

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:15 AM

    Comment #3

    Roy Hodgson for me for england manager! Experienced at international level, think he had more points at liverpool at this stage than dalglish has now too! Think the 4-5-1, passing game roy favours suits international football also, you’ll notice his teams usually do well in europe! Pardew is on too much of a good thing at newcastle – his salary is completely results based, so he’s probs raked in double what he expected! He’s rebuilding his reputation massively at the moment, if we perform in the next 18 months in the same way we have his first 12 months, it won’t be long before he’s being talked about in reference to big london club jobs. (always thought pardew is happier in london) Wouldn’t shock me if his next job was taking over from redknapp at Spurs!

  • Klatoon

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:20 AM

    Comment #4

    Definitely think HBA will start,AP said he wouldnt be able to use the same players but expected the same intensity. We could see a few changes to the side that played Wed night.

  • swoopingmagpie

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:24 AM

    Comment #5

    Yes please, go for it Pards.

  • Dannyo

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:27 AM

    Comment #6

    He wouldn’t use the same players because he cant, Ba and Tiote are gone.
    But i agree, i think HBA will start too, and Abeid.
    Possiblt Sammy for Gutti since it’s a cup, but it all remains to be seen.
    Abeid deserves a shot at this point imo.

  • Jail for Ashley

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:36 AM

    Comment #7

    Cant believe I’d forgotten about Abeid when I was wondering who’d come in for Tiote,he has to be given a chance,played excellent against Forest,and afterall Blackburn are only five months away from being a championship side,still think Fergie should get at least half an hour.

  • Dannyo

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:43 AM

    Comment #8

    Ye, he’s gone a bit amiss as of late, but our midfield is filled to the brim tbh.
    Pardew did toute Abeid to take over for Tiote once he went to the ACN, as they both can play similar roles.
    And yes, lol, Ferguson, it’s a bit odd we have not seen more of him, i think Pardew thinks of him as an LB tho, who can play LW, but so can Santon, so we’ve got plenty of versatility in the group.

    I think we’ll find a strong side against Blackburn, included 1-3 young guns either starting or getting subbed in. Will be interesting match, hope there’s a feed tomorrow.

  • Jail for Ashley

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:46 AM

    Comment #9

    Dont you live in the Uk,

  • Dannyo

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:47 AM

    Comment #10

    Norway mate 😉

  • Jail for Ashley

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:48 AM

    Comment #11

    About Fergie being seen as a left back,I hope thats not the same mind set that thought Shearer was a goal keeper until he pulled a number nine shirt on.

  • Jail for Ashley

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:50 AM

    Comment #12

    Then how come your English is better than a lot on here (my self included):p

  • martoon

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:52 AM

    Comment #13

    Jayphoto – I think you have hit the nail on the head. I don’t think Pardew will be offered the England job but the worry is that if it goes to a London based manager such as Redknapp then Pardew could be lined up as the replacement. He would obviously be tempted by an offer from a hometown club with regular european football.
    For tomorrow’s game I can see Blackburn making a lot of changes as surely Premiership survival has to be their priority!

  • stuart no9

    Jan 6, 2012 at 9:53 AM

    Comment #14

    sorry but pards for england imo is going a little over the top.No experience whatsoever with a club in european football. He would be way out of his depth , and the press would crucify him. Pards however is not so daft to even think about it. IF, and that is a big if he is allowed to keep the players we have , and build on what we already have already, he could go on to make a name for himself here ,then who knows?- 7-8 years down the line give england a crack then

  • Lee Dodd

    Jan 6, 2012 at 12:16 PM

    Comment #15

    In The Cup Tomoroww I can see us playing Steve Harper H.B.A’ Best’ Lovenkrands’ Sammy ‘ Haris Shane Ferguson . The fringe Players really. Then Play The side we Did on wednesday apart from Tiote and Ba and Batter QPR… Alan Pardew is Becoming a New Hero On Tyneside But He is Not England Material Yet . We are Moving Forward so lets keep it going . Can You Imagine if we WON the FA Cup This Season !!!!

  • Brutooon

    Jan 6, 2012 at 1:12 PM

    Comment #16

    If Alan Pardew is England Boss

    James Perch will be England’s No 1 Centre Back !!!!

  • Marty-Toon

    Jan 6, 2012 at 2:20 PM

    Comment #17

    Where in Norway mate?
    I’m also over here,living in Royken kommune between Drammen and Oslo

  • cupiddstunt

    Jan 6, 2012 at 2:43 PM

    Comment #18

    Jail for Ashley @ # 12
    This is a big shot in the dark but I think Dannyo is from these shores but now lives in Norway going off how his posts read.

    A lot of posters on here exhibit crap English, as they post/type the way they speak so there are lots of wrong words and pretty crap grammar because they are thinking in slang as they type.

    Whereas someone that has English as a second language usually has it from school and their grammar and usage is less affected by slang, although as can be seen from posts from our fellow fans from the more eastern parts the layout of the words can be a dead giveaway that English is not their fist language.

    Dannyo appears to have just the right amount of slang, abbreviated words and shortcuts to indicate that English if not his first language is one he uses a lot and it also looks like he came out of school with a decent qualification in it as well.

    I will cover my back by saying that if English is not his first language then he as a natural bent for languages and has a pretty decent education.


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