Mike Ashley had said last Thursday night in London that if Newcastle lost at Stoke City last night then manager Alan Pardew would be fired. Alan Pardew last night – it rained on his parade And while the lads tried their best, we were again very weak in the final third of the pitch, after […]
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew expects “serious conversations” with Mike Ashley after Monday’s 1-0 Premier League loss to Stoke City. […]
https://vine.co/v/OZlpxX7eZEV Look at this video at the end of the game tonight and try to lip read what owner Mike Ashley is saying something like Get him out. “Yep, he’s gone. Get him out.” Newcastle fans are tweeting after the game that he said – Yep he’s gone – get him out.
Newcastle lost again at the Britannia Stadium by 1-0 to a decent Stoke side, but if Newcastle had more players with an eye for goal we could have done a lot better. Mike Ashley - has a decision to make Newcastle’s weakness is the same as it was last season, so it’s a pity we […]
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has insisted comments he made about Alan Pardew being "finished" if the club lost at Stoke were made "tongue in cheek".
Ashley exclusively told The Independent that under-fire boss Pardew "had one more game" and that a defeat in the Premier League at Stoke on Monday night would be the end of Pardew's four-year tenure...
Ashley’s comments of Thursday night – if taken seriously could mean that Alan Pardew will be fired if Newcastle lose at Stoke on Monday night, but Alan Pardew has brushed those comments off and he said he talked to the Newcastle owner earlier this week and he;’s well aware that Ashley wants wins very soon. […]
Fabricio Coloccini will be a surprise contender to take over team affairs at Newcastle United if Mike Ashley, the club’s owner, eventually decides to sack Alan Pardew as manager.
Ashley has resisted calls to get rid of Pardew after Newcastle’s dismal start to the season, which has left the club bottom of the Premier League table and still without a victory.
More bad results...
Newcastle United have reportedly signed a deal with The Sun newspaper to become the club’s exclusive national media partner, according to a reporter with The Telegraph.
This means that The Sun, the same tabloid that slandered the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and has been caught up in a phone-hacking scandal, is now the official mouthpiece of a Premier League team. The...