Alan Pardew Interview After Swansea Loss – Video

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Alan Pardew on the sidelines yesterday afternoon in South Wales

Here is one of Alan Pardew’s interviews after the 1-0 loss yesterday at Swansea.

3 comments so far

  • 89Norcal

    Mar 3, 2013 at 6:39 AM

    Comment #1

    The whole Santon LWB opening is likely being found out by alot of our opposition.

    Can we just make Santon a winger already and stick Jonas or Haidara in there long term?

    While an attacking fullback adds dynamism to a team’s play, when you have a talented winger in that spot and the more defensive-minded player the one playing up front, it becomes a hindrance.

  • one Tony Green

    Mar 3, 2013 at 8:16 AM

    Comment #2

    We were terrible yesterday and Pardew was clueless again. Have a 7 hour trip back to Toon and stinking hangover to accompany me back to toon. Night out in Swansea was better then the match

  • mohtoolz

    Mar 3, 2013 at 6:55 PM

    Comment #3

    Alan Pardew is a decent manager at best.

    We have by far the best team since the days of Sir Bobby and shame we have that decent manager that will provide us with nothing more than decent results. He is not the manager that will take us forward. He just doesn’t have the potential. his record speaks for it.

    Shame that at some point we will lose all those good players because we are underachieving.

    Not a single person on this blog predicted that we will lose that game. If I remember correctly there was a blog talking about the number of points we will get in the next few games. Most of us said we will get 3 points. Why did most of us say that? Think about it for a sec.

    Santon needs to work on his defense… Cisse needs to work on his attack. Jones needs to work on his final pass, Cabay needs to work on his corners, Tiote needs to work on his tackling, Ben needs to work on his fitness


    I bet you if Pardew had Giggs and Scholes in his team he would be blaming their old age for losing games. Probably he would say “we need more youth and energy in our team”

    Stop blaming others for you decent skills as a manager Pardew.


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