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Pardew Talks About Calls John Carver Needs To Make

11:34 pm, Friday, March 14th, 2014 by Dr. Ed Harrison · 30 Comments

Alan Pardew has talked tonight about what things will be different for John Carver in the next three games, and the Newcastle manager knows that John has to control himself tomorrow, and the Newcastle assistant manager can be combustible at times.

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John Carver - takes charge for next three games

This is what Alan Pardew has said about John Carver’s role during the next three games:

“John’s naturally vocal in the changing room so that’s not going to change,”  “The change for John will be that we can’t predict Fulham’s exact team.”

“So at 2;00 pm that team will come in and John’s going to have to make a couple of tactical calls” “Our predictions are usually 99% right, but there’s always one or two players who might come in and surprise you.”

“John will have to decide what to do about them.”  “Some of the reporting about myself and my team was over the top after Hull,” “But, having said that, we can’t say we’ve been totally innocent, even before this incident.”

“So we all need to address our behavior. My staff all need to watch themselves.”

And it seems that John will be the one making any changes on the field, like the substitutes etc, as it looks like Alan will not bother calling in any changes, although it seems he’s allowed to do that.

But tomorrow’s the very first time Pardew will have been on a stadium ban, and few managers in England have even been given that punishment.

So maybe they can learn from what happens in tomorrow’s game, and then use that experience in the next two games – both at home against Crystal Palace and Everton.

What do you think?

Comments welcome.



Tags: Coaching · Leadership · Newcastle News · Premier League



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30 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Belfast // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:40 PM

    Pardew is making this out to be a whole operation like lol

    Fulham should be more worried about us tbh

    They badly need points, far more pressure on them to get a result..

  • 2 Ciaran // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:44 PM

    Seems like Blackley has retreated under his rock for this evening. With that self-proclaimed victory I will head to bed. You ok to lock up this evening Belfast?

  • 3 Belfast // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:56 PM

    Yes I’ll lock up.

    And if blackley juice tries to climb the fence, I’ll shoot him down !

  • 4 Thump // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:57 PM

    ”The change for John will be that we can’t predict Fulham’s exact team.”

    What, Mystic Meg won’t talk to Carver; she’ll only release opposition line ups to Pards?

  • 5 RonVanDam // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:58 PM

    Hope carver doesn’t get too excited and punches a Fulham player and follows pardews suite. Then we’ll be in real trouble lol

  • 6 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 14, 2014 at 11:58 PM

    Ciaran

    Blackley had responded. I see you’re up to your old tricks again: telling people you’re victorious (because they might not see things your way); heading off sharpish; hurling your insults; and claiming that I’m obsessed with you (just as you claim about other people).

    First, when you resort to insults you prove you’ve lost the argument. Second, nobody is obsessed with you. They just recognise your opinions for what they are and where they come from: limited and from on high.

  • 7 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:00 AM

    Carver looks like sean bean in that picture.

  • 8 Ciaran // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:07 AM

    Blackley

    I think people would differ with you on the ‘not obsessed’ with me part of your last comment. I don’t think people are obsessed with me, I do, however, think that you are.

    You make yourself look like a moron; an observation rather than an insult and you do ramble in a seminally psychotic way. Once more, not an insult, but an observation.

    Finally, do you not think people have grown fed up and bored of you constantly trying to call me out, me responding to you and a ‘battle of wits’ (which you inevitably lose) ensuing?

    I have better things to be doing with my time – like watching paint dry – than to be entertaining your childish nonsense.

    Give it up, as nothing either of us say on this internet forum is worth anything in the grand scheme of life. If your seeking validation on this forum because of your lack of it in real life then I truly feel for you; both because it is pretty pathetic that you seem to be doing that, and because you have spectacularly failed at even managing to accomplish that small feat.

    I keep saying I will not engage you any more, but this ‘dispute’ for want of a better word, has become so farcical that even I am finding it funny now.

  • 9 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:22 AM

    Ciaran

    I got bored half way through your ramble above and so never finished it.

    I usually laugh at your views. It’s that simple.

    The idea that mikeys lack of due diligence cost the club £100m (OMG!) had me on the floor.

    Now killer kilcline was one of our finest centre halfs. Hahaha hahaha.

    But best of all are your undignified attempts to extricate yourself from the holes you dig, always accompanied by a load of cussing.

  • 10 Blofal // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:28 AM

    If Carver does really well the next three games and Pardew comes back and does poorly… I wonder what will happen then?

  • 11 jayphoto // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:40 AM

    Its pretty standard knowledge that MA didn’t do due dillegence! Saw an interview ( i think with chris mort) saying MA knew about the money owed for the stadium but didn’t know that it had to be paid it full if the club was taken private and he knew about the 40m overdraft but didn’t expect Barclays to reduce the limit so severely.
    Couldn’t care less that we owe mike 100m! We would have owed the same amount to Barclays and the stadium financers if Ashley hadn’t have injected the money and would have paid a good 6-8m a year in interest on top of that which if you like at advertising costs is 2-3 times what most clubs take (the top 5 aside) for the advertising SD take for free.
    Couldn’t care less about the business side, im not an account or a shareholder but on the playing side we are short a fair few players which for what ever reason is down to MA and that is my problem with him

  • 12 Ciaran // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:43 AM

    Blackley

    We’ve reached an impasse. You claim you are correcting me when I am wrong, as if you are educating me, or educating others who may happen to read my posts yet who is agreeing with you? No one.

    Though it does not really matter because I take solace from the fact that I do a lot of other work outside of posting on an internet forum to try and affect positive change for our club so I can say that I tried to fight Mike Ashley – you’re content with him, so be it, can’t win them all.

    My point being is that you are hands down the most boring poster I have ever had the displeasure of encountering. At least TDS gets all riled up and provides some entertainment. At least Ian proved what a whack-job he was with the multiple personality disorder.

    You? You just repeat yourself, over and over and over. It is only after countless pathetic attempts at calling me out do I relent to your incessant pleas for attention like a whining toddler.

    You don’t like me, I get it, I don’t care. I will continue to post my own opinions and you are welcome to pick holes in them if you wish. Just have it known that you bore me to death.

  • 13 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:50 AM

    Jayphoto

    You’re spot on about the due diligence. Although it is pretty standard knowledge, young ciaran was under the impression that it had cost the club £ 100m and therefore mikey is the bogeyman.

    Young ciaran squeals about the lack of advertising revenues but gives no credit for the interest free loan.

    He rails against the idea of a sponsorship deal involving the grounds name (which has meant no sponsor will touch it) and rails against mikey for lack of sponsorship revenues.

    The business side affects the playing side and that is why I care about it.

    Ask almost any club fan anywhere and they’ll say their club’s could do with better players.

  • 14 ToonDarnSarf // Mar 15, 2014 at 12:55 AM

    I was amused by Ciaran’s rants on yet another evening and then
    I actually chuckled out loud when I read the bit about Blackley repeating himself! Ciaran, you must be one of the most repetitive poster on here! You post the same things every time and are completely inflexible. Until…you suddenly have an epiphany and then you start repeating the opposite message again and again…

  • 15 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:01 AM

    Ciaran

    More uncontrolled bigging yourself up waffle from you. You don’t need to do it. Have a bit of self deprecation. The gods know you’re in need of it.

    I find it funny that the few people who call me boring are the very ones who can’t help themselves engaging with me. Time after time. And you vow never to do it again but you can’t help yourself.

    You’d be better off sticking to the substantive points rather than avoiding them.

    You could really injure someone by calling them names, especially “boring”. It doesn’t win any arguments but calling someone “boring” could be terribly hurtful, you know.

  • 16 OhSholaAmeobi // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:04 AM

    to the above ^, why do fans of the same club still feel the need to…well, do what they do. just accept that anyone can have an opinion, you don’t have to agree or disagree, plus it doesn’t affect the club or any players because it’s on here.

    i’d like to see us give a performance with guts tomorrow, where our players attack a demoralised fulham.

    krul
    mbiwa willo colo dummy
    anita tiote
    sissy gouffy sammy
    de jong

  • 17 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:07 AM

    Tds

    Apparently I should take lessons from you and get all riled up at Ciaran’s jibes at me.

    Oh and apparently everyone agrees with ciaran according to ciaran. I know that because he never gets sick of making the assertion as if its some kind of cogent argument.

  • 18 ToonDarnSarf // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:07 AM

    OhShola

    Opinions are great. Just a shame that some idiots try and represent them as facts…

    No real news at the moment…but I am happy that I’ll be at the match tomorrow!

  • 19 jayphoto // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:09 AM

    Thing with MA, he never seems be bothered to get the fans on side! Missed a trick when naming the stadium back to St James’ park! Who the hell is St james? Be a great statement and sentiment to see a Bobby Robson Stadium at St james park or something to honour true club legends and show he appreciates our history

  • 20 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:12 AM

    Nasty blackley’s going to bed now ciaran. You keep up the good work. You might even get more than 70 folk at your next boycott.

  • 21 ToonDarnSarf // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:13 AM

    Blackley

    Yesterday he claimed that most people on here agree with him too…then he disappeared when several people disagreed with him!

    He’s an intelligent but rude, sneaky and argumentative young man. He’d be put in his box pretty quickly in a real life social sixty still. Not so easy on here…

  • 22 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:23 AM

    Jay

    Mikey’s his own worst enemy as far as NUFC is concerned.

    As most of the bible doesn’t stand up to the rigours of textual criticism, st james means nothing of any substance. Time to take a massive leap and move on.

  • 23 Blackley and Brownlie // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:26 AM

    Tds

    Intelligence isn’t the word that jumps to mind when I read Ciaran’s posts.

  • 24 kevymartins // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:26 AM

    Just stopped by and seen that co*k Ruddy is still at it. You think your on your high horse when the only people on the blog is the ones that you chat to everyday because your pathetic and have no life and nothing better to do. I remember we were playing an Irish team a while back and a few Irish fans came on here and seen you for what you really are and put you in your place you left the blog immediately because of the grief. People just don’t like you and that’s a fact. Well maby the 3 or 4 that you chat to everyday but the other 7000 hate your guts.

  • 25 kevymartins // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:28 AM

    People come on here to discuss newcaste united and not listen to your intellectual bullshit because nobody agrees with your perspective and opinion.

  • 26 kevymartins // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:31 AM

    A win tomorrow would be a great result considering Fulhams position. I would go for the counter attack plan because they have to come at us with everything then we could pick them off.

  • 27 Thump // Mar 15, 2014 at 4:29 AM

    kevymartins // Mar 15, 2014 at 1:28 AM

    People come on here to discuss newcaste united and not listen to your intellectual bullshit because nobody agrees with your perspective and opinion.

    The same could be said about a lot of posters, mate. There’s been a really nasty attitude shift on here in the last couple of seasons.

  • 28 jesperfuglsang - captain of the lemon crew // Mar 15, 2014 at 6:48 AM

    Thump…that has been my beef with a few posters on here for the last year and half!

    …and the reason why I am not ad active as I use to be. I don’t mind people disagreeing, or that some are labeled “the happy go lucky people” or even “table watchers”. Others are labeled “the neggars”.

    What I cannot stand for are people without any blog/social media etiquette that are constantly rude to other people when you challenge their view.

    I have had my discussions with a few sad people :(

  • 29 jesperfuglsang - captain of the lemon crew // Mar 15, 2014 at 8:15 AM

    I wonder if there is an echo in here ;)

    …echo!…echo!

  • 30 noladonna // Mar 15, 2014 at 8:57 AM

    love to see us sign these players in the summer
    cabella
    menez(free)
    kaboul(free)
    de jong
    muriel or remy
    ince (free)
    casemiro (loan)

    job done




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