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 Posted by Lee Ryder
1 day ago

Pardew clinging on to dear life as Toon axe edges closer

Newcastle fans made their feelings clear over manager Alan Pardew during their 4-0 humiliation at Southampton on Saturday.

Who said it couldn't get any worse than last season at Southampton again?

In fairness, after the 4-0 drubbing in March when Alan Pardew's team looked like they couldn't fight sleep on the south coast, you did wonder whether the Magpies had hit rock bottom in terms of an away-day performance under the Londoner.

But there was nothing in Saturday's chaotic 90-minute display that suggested they could draw a line under the heavy loss against his former employers at St Mary's.

- Duffy: Pardew on borrowed...

3 days ago

Pardew on borrowed time as return to Saints looms large

Alan Pardew's job at Newcastle is said to be under threat as he prepares for the trip to former club Southampton this weekend.

Usually an international break serves to ease pressure on under-pressure managers, but the opposite has happened to struggling Newcastle boss Alan Pardew over the past two weeks.

Newcastle head to one of Pardew's old clubs, Southampton, on Saturday having failed to win any of their first three league games this season. This carries on their dismal 2014 Premier League record of played 22, won 5, drawn 3 and lost 14. Over the course of a full 38-game season this would equate to only 31 points and...

 Posted by Chris Wright
4 days ago

Newcastle make pig's ear of club merchandise with Fulham zips

Coming hot on the heels of the small yet crucial spelling error made by Manchester United's club shop while printing up their new "Radamel Flacao" jerseys on Tuesday, it would seem that Newcastle United's quality control for official club merchandise is just as stringent.

On sale at Sports Direct, the company owned and ran by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, is this officially licensed Newcastle United backpack -- which appears to come complete with state-of-the-art Fulham FC zips for some reason. 

 Posted by Lee Ryder
5 days ago

Mike Ashley holds the key to Pardew's Newcastle future

Mike Ashley has stood by Alan Pardew despite sections of the Newcastle support keen for the manager to leave his post.

Alan Pardew knew long before a ball was kicked he needed a good start to the new season -- three games in and he's still searching for that first win of the 2014-15 campaign with Southampton away looming large for the Londoner.

Had Pardew beaten Crystal Palace, the current international break would have been a much more relaxing week or so for the Toon boss.

But since the 3-3 draw he has been left to stew in his own juices after another game at St James' Park turned sour. What makes international...

Sep 3, 2014

How did Newcastle do in the window?

A look at some of football's biggest transfers during the 2014 summer transfer window.

Ins and Outs

Players in: Remy Cabella (Montpellier, £12m), Siem de Jong (Ajax, £6m), Jack Colback (Sunderland, free), Ayoze Perez (Tenerife, £1.5m), Daryl Janmaat (Feyenoord, £5m), Emmanuel Riviere (Monaco, undisclosed), Jamaal Lascelles (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed), Karl Darlow (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed), Facundo Ferreyra (Shakhtar Donetsk, loan)

Players out: Mathieu Debuchy (Arsenal, £12m), Shola Ameobi (released), Dan Gosling (Bournemouth, free), Sylvain Marveaux...

 Posted by Lee Ryder
Aug 30, 2014

Newcastle falter at critical juncture

Ruud Gullit is most remembered for dropping Alan Shearer and Duncan Ferguson in the Tyne-Wear derby back in 1999 when a 2-1 defeat sealed his fate as Newcastle United boss.

That was the night which left him with little option to resign as Toon boss. The outlines of the writing on the wall had come a couple of weeks earlier in a 3-3 draw with Wimbledon on a day when the Dutchman's bad game plan, and some inept defending from his players, cost him what would have been a vital victory as Gareth Ainsworth...