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Alan Pardew | Midfielder

Team: Newcastle United

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Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is unhappy that his family and friends have been caught up in his job status news.
Pardew is determined to keep his job at Newcastle despite incredible pressure from fans. He is concerned about his family and friends worrying about him and getting involved in the rumors but that's part of the job description for a football manager so he shouldn't be surprised. He also mentioned that he doesn't expect the pressure the stop, and we agree, as we can't see Newcastle improving. Wed, Oct 15, 2014 08:45:00 PM
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Newcastle fans are once again asking for the team's manager, Alan Pardew, to be sacked.

Newcastle have started the season on a negative note and just got thrashed by Southampton by four goal to nil. Pardew has certainly been below average, but we must also note that Newcastle's squad is a disaster and no manager can fix their defensive line. With that said, Pardew has been on the hot seat for a while now and it wouldn't be surprising to see him sacked soon. We recommend most strikers who play against Newcastle in the near future.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Sep 13, 2014 01:16:00 PM

Alan Pardew was back in the stadium for the first time after his suspension but that proved no help to Newcastle, who lost 4-0 on the road to Southampton.

Newcastle looked like they'd given up on the season and simply played horrendous football. They had no energy, no desire, and no chance in this game. Southampton had 11 shots on target to Newcastle's 2 and they led in almost all statistical categories. Newcastle are in a horrible slump and their players should not be considered for fantasy in any matchup.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Mar 29, 2014 02:04:00 PM

Alan Pardew has been suspended by the FA for seven matches for his headbutt on David Meyler.

Pardew faces a three match stadium ban followed by a four match touchilne ban. The Newcastle boss is the first manager to receive a stadium ban in the Premier League and he will also face a £60,000 fine. Pardew has accepted his punishment and will not appeal the decision. He can return to the sidelines for Newcastle's last three games of the season. His absence shouldn't have too many consequences for Newcastle as they seem to be headed for a mid-table finish and aren't involved in European or relegation battles.
Source: DailyEcho
Tue, Mar 11, 2014 06:25:00 PM

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew had a scuffle on the touchline during today's match with Hull City, as he could be seen headbutting David Meyler when the Tiger midfielder attempted to collect the ball.

It is too early to know the repercussions of Pardew's actions, but the media are already suggesting it was an action that could cost Pardew his job. The FA have stated they are studying the footage now and will respond in short time. This is not the first row Pardew has had on the touchline as Newcastle manager which will not help his credibility when attempting to appeal any potential suspension or termination.
Source: BBC Sport
Sat, Mar 1, 2014 01:32:00 PM