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News and Commentary On Newcastle United Football Club By Ed Harrison, A Proud Exiled Geordie And Lifelong Fan

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Is This Why Mike Ashley Wont Sack Pardew?

September 16th, 2014 · 32 Comments

Newcastle have only four wins in the last 24 league games – since we beat Stoke 5-1 on Boxing Day – and 23 of them are this year – and that’s a pitiful record with 15 points out of the last 72 played for, and that’s a record almost impossible to defend. Mike Ashley – doesn’t look […]

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Tags: Coaching · Financials · Newcastle News · Premier League · Transfer News and Rumours

Manager Takes Responsibility – Explains Horror Show

September 16th, 2014 · 270 Comments

Even Alan Pardew knows that he must be close to the sack at Newcastle,  if he cannot get some good results on the board in the next game or two – particularly the next game against Hull at home on Saturday. Alan Pardew – getting close to the sack

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This Man Would Jump At Chance To Manage Newcastle

September 16th, 2014 · 35 Comments

Journal columnist Don Hutchison talked yesterday about Tim Sherwood being very interested in the Newcastle manager job, should it become available in the near future, and Alan Pardew is fired. Tim Sherwood – would jump at chance of managing Magpies Who wouldn’t?

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Tags: Coaching · Financials · Newcastle News · Premier League

Why Alan Pardew Will Never Quit Newcastle

September 16th, 2014 · 14 Comments

We don’t expect Alan Pardew to step down as Newcastle manager and resign, and there are at least a couple of good reasons for that. Alan Pardew – will never resign from Newcastle

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More Bad News For Newcastle

September 16th, 2014 · 20 Comments

It certainly seems the Gods are against us at the moment, as the news today is that Rolando Aarons will be out for six weeks with his hamstring injury, and when the news was announced last week we thought it may be quite a few weeks out for the 18 year-old. Rolando Aarons in action […]

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Tags: Injuries · Newcastle News · Premier League · Rolando Aarons

Pardew Not Totally To Blame For Newcastle’s Poor Start

September 16th, 2014 · 90 Comments

Alan Pardew has to take a lot of responsibility for the current mess Newcastle are in because a manager’s job is all about results,  and once the results stop coming then the manager is usually fired – and that’s especially true in the Premier League these days. Graeme Souness when Newcastle manager 2004-2006 And that’s […]

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Captain Could Become Next Newcastle Manager

September 15th, 2014 · 46 Comments

There’s an exclusive report in the Telegraph today that Fabricio Coloccini may be a candidate to take over from Alan Pardew, should Pardew be fired in the near future as the Newcastle manager. Fabricio Coloccini – in pre-season training

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Why Newcastle Should Be Doing Lots Of Planning Right Now

September 15th, 2014 · 34 Comments

Newcastle have not made a good start to the season in the first four games,  and we are currently bottom of the league, tied with three other clubs – but of course we hit rock bottom because our goal difference is already -6,  and it looks like that figure will not be good for the third season […]

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Tags: Coaching · Newcastle News · Premier League · Recruitment · Transfer News and Rumours · Transfer Target

Pardew – It’s Very, Very Difficult To Bounce Back

September 15th, 2014 · 21 Comments

It looks like Alan Pardew will still be in charge for the Hull City game on Saturday, but we expect Mike Ashley and Lee Charnley to be sorting out who Alan’s replacement will be,  in case we lose the Hull City game too. Carver and Pardew on the bench on Saturday

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