Listen West Brom fans, I feel bad for you, I really do, so this blog post is dedicated to you (poor buggers). I wanted to give you a taste of what it will be like for you over the next 18 – 24 months as the Alan Pardew boom/bust cycle works its way through your […]
Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United tenure appears to be coming to an end. What, you mean someone is going to give us real money to take Pardew off our hands? We should be paying them! Don’t tell that to Steve Parrish though – he’s giving us around £2 Million, and we get to give him Alan […]
So after watching Newcastle land Emmanuel Riviere and complete their fifth signing of the summer, it made me think about the plight of Alan Pardew. Mike Ashley doesn’t strike me as the kind of bloke who doesn’t demand a return on his money, so let’s say we get 2-3 more players in (Janmaat, a striker, […]
After finding out that Newcastle United all too predictably lost against Arsenal, I’m finding it difficult to support my club. This is now nine times this season in the Premier League that we’ve lost by three goals or more. How much lower can we go?
*UPDATED: Included April 5th game against Manchester United. **UPDATED: Included April 28th game against Arsenal. A quote from Alan Pardew after the wretched display from his team against Southampton this weekend: “When we turn to the fans, what can we say? They left at half past five this morning and they’ve come to watch a […]
Prior to the game against Southampton, NUFC manager Alan Pardew stated that his return to the stadium would have a positive impact. Unfortunately, for the 2,100 fans who traveled to the South Coast to see Newcastle play, it was anything but, as the Toon were absolutely hammered by Southampton 4-0.
Colin Young at the Mail Online wrote an intriguing piece regarding the future of Newcastle United. In it, Young claims that investors in Qatar are considering a buy out of Newcastle to continue to expand their reach into global football (what, the World Cup wasn’t enough?). A week ago Barcelona agreed to a £125 million […]