Alan Pardew & Andy Carroll
Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. Andrew Thomas Carroll (born 6 January 1989) is an English footballer who plays for Premier League club Liverpool and the England national team as a striker. /5
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LATEST NEWS ARSENAL | CHELSEA | Crystal Palace | QPR | TOTTENHAM | West Ham Welcome to Standard Sport's Transfer Hub, bringing you all the latest news, gossip, reaction and confirmed deals from the January transfer window. Get involved in our Live Blog below, or simply sit back and enjoy the ride. Please wait a moment for the Live Blog to load Over the years we have witnessed the cash well and truly splashed in January, with Fernando Torres joining Chelsea, Liverpool signing Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, not to mention that late, late deal to bring Arshavin (remember him?) to the Emirates. Oh, and when Spurs signed Ryan Nelsen... Will Arsenal sign that much-needed holding midfielder? Will Manchester United finally land Strootman? And will Tottenham manage to hold onto Hugo Lloris? And how will Alan Pardew mould his Crystal Palace side? All will be revealed, right here on Standard Sport, before the window closes on February 2. Comment on this article! SportsEvening StandardCrystal Palace F.C. Read on the w ...
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has confirmed his interest in bringing back Andy Carroll. (Source: Daily Mirror)
Chronicle: Alan Pardew predicts Andy Carroll will return to Newcastle United
Headlines 20 years from now. Andy Carroll back at to take over from an ageing Alan Pardew.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew believes that moves from Liverpool and Manchester United to snap up Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw for big fees are bad news for other clubs. The Southampton duo have both signed for the Premier League giants for fees of over £25m in the past few days to join the list of English players to have swapped teams for massive figures in recent seasons. Andy Carroll has long been hailed as the prime example of such affairs, with Liverpool having paid £35m to take him to Anfield in 2011, while a number of other Three Lions stars in the past have also commanded big figures. Pardew believes that the actions of the bigger sides are bad for the likes of Newcastle, who are being priced out of bidding for talented Englishman: “The fees being paid for players such as Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana, illustrate an important point that supporters need to understand,” he is quoted by The Express. “Clubs like Newcastle get accused of not signing English players, but these are prices mid-table te ...
Arsenal fans booed their side last night as they failed to beat Manchester United - surely a sign of how far the Red Devils have sunk this season. Tottenham's 4-0 rout away at Newcastle yesterday evening has put Toon boss Alan Pardew's job on the line. Roy Hodgson is set to give Luke Shaw his first ever senior England call-up for next month's friendly with Denmark. Ed Woodward has confirmed that Manchester United are set to embark on a £150m spending spree in the summer transfer window. West Ham's Mohamed Diame believes that the Hammers have shown that they are more than a one man team after their positive results in the absence of Andy Carroll. Via Daily Express
Having seen Andy Carroll join Liverpool for £35m at the 11th hour back in 2011, Alan Pardew knows just how unpredictable the last day of the January transfer window can be. So it was no surprise that the Newcastle United manager was not exactly sanguine about his prospects of holding on to the club’...
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will head into the January transfer window hopeful of hanging on to star midfielder Yohan Cabaye as potential purchasers circle once again. The 27-year-old France international has returned to producing somewhere near his best form since a proposed summer switch to Arsenal fell through, and has been a central figure in the Magpies' encouraging start to the Barclays Premier League campaign. However, his future on Tyneside is likely to be raised once again next month with Liverpool and Paris St Germain having already been linked with moves for the former Lille schemer. Pardew knows how vulnerable he is to approaches from clubs with far bigger budgets having had to swallow Andy Carroll's B£35million departure to Anfield in January 2011 just weeks after his own arrival at St James' Park, but he is hopeful that owner Mike Ashley will not be looking to cash in on Cabaye this time around. He said: "I am pretty confident that my owner and the club are in a great financial position. I w ...
Andy Carroll has failed to push through his £100,000-a-week wage demands despite agreeing a six-year contract with West Ham. Barcelona are monitoring Juan Mata's position at Chelsea and may make a bid for the Spanish midfielder. West Ham have smashed their transfer record to capture Andy Carroll in a deal worth £55m. Newcastle have lurched closer to meltdown after Alan Pardew snubbed his new boss Joe Kinnear. Stuart Pearce has been sacked as England U21 boss. Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign Barcelona's Spanish wonderkid Thiago Alcantara. Chelsea's Kevin De Bruyne wants to quit Chelsea for Germany with Borussia Dortmund keen on a move for the Belgian. Cesc Fabregas says Real Madrid would be foolish to bid £100m for Gareth Bale. Shola Ameobi is to be offered the chance to join Birmingham and call time on his 13-year career at Newcastle. Jermaine Pennant has become Mark Hughes' first signing at Stoke. Scott Sinclair is to be given a Manchester City lifeline by new boss Manuel Pellegri ...
Guy who picked me up in taxi last night was a nufc fan so was having a bit crack & I said jokingly Kinnear will turn up at SJP with Andy Carroll as his 1st 'signing' to try & make himself popular like Wonga with the stadium name change & removing all sport direct rubbish Seems like my joke maybe potentially true cos I'm used 2 the way our owners mind works
Former Newcastle United chairman Sir John Hall says he would like to see more local lads play at St James' Park but understands that they must be good enough to do so. Sir John was responsible for much of the work that went into improving Newcastle United's infrastructure whilst in charge of the club in the 1990s. Newcastle have produced a number of local players over the years that have gone on to play for the club with Andy Carroll being of the highest profile in recent years. Carroll was sold to Liverpool for £35m in 2011 and under current manager Alan Pardew, Newcastle have recruited heavily from France and made five new signings in January 2013, all from Ligue 1. Of the current first-team squad, only defender Steven Taylor and strikers Shola and Sammy Ameobi are classed as Geordies, despite Taylor being born in London. Goalkeeper Tim Krul and defender Shane Ferguson also count as academy products but are from Holland and Northern Ireland respectively. Sir John Hall was once quoted as saying he dream ...
Andy Carroll is understood to have been priced out of a return to his former and hometown club Newcastle United, according to The Express. The Liverpool striker is currently contemplating a permanent £15million transfer to West Ham United, where he spent last season on loan. The Reds have agreed the size of the fee, which is £20million less than they paid for the 24-year-old in January 2011, but they are anxious to use the money to fund their own transfer ambitions. However Carroll, who has asked the Hammers for wages of £100,000, is yet to commit to a deal in the hope that Newcastle will come in and make a move, according to the newspaper. Magpies boss Alan Pardew has admitted he would love to pair Carroll with his only top-line forward Papiss Cisse, but the Newcastle board are not willing to part with anything higher than £10million. The 6ft 3in striker is even prepared to lessen his demands should Newcastle come calling, leaving him in a frustrating situation. Carroll has also been told by England ...
Newcastle United say they have no interest in re-signing Andy Carroll, according to Sky sources. West Ham had reportedly agreed a £15m fee with Liverpool for the 24-year-old striker on Tuesday but reports claimed that Newcastle were set to hijack the deal. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew last week admitted he would be interested in signing Carroll "should he become available", but the club have now denied any interest in the England man. Carroll played the final match of his season-long loan from Anfield in the Hammers' 4-2 Premier League win over Reading on Sunday. His seven goals, including a late-season flurry, earned him a call-up to the latest England squad but the giant striker was forced to pull out with a heel injury. The Hammers have made little secret of their hopes of securing the services of the Gateshead-born frontman on a permanent basis and West Ham boss Sam Allardyce said keeping him at Upton Park was a priority. Carroll moved to Liverpool from Newcastle in a £35million deal in January 201 ...
Alan Pardew faces a Wednesday showdown with his Newcastle boss Mike Ashley - and will be ordered to never let the club get into relegation danger again. Sportswear tycoon Ashley will spend the day working out a way of fixing the Geordies' troubles - with Pardew and his staff, chief scout Graham Carr and managing director Derek Llambias all in the firing line. Ashley is angry at Newcastle's failure in the Premier League this past season, after they finished 16th a mere 12 months after ending in fifth spot, but is also in a frame of mind to try to help his managerial team come up with solid solutions ahead of their summer holidays. The indications are that Pardew will keep his job as manager - to the disappointment of some fans - and will make a plea to Ashley to tweak the transfer policy. Pardew wants “two strikers” signed as a priority, with Liverpool's Newcastle old boy Andy Carroll, a cut-price Loic Remy of relegated Queens Park Rangers and St Etienne's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang all under considerat ...
Alan Pardew wants Hatem Ben Arfa included as a deal to bring back Andy Carroll to Newcastle. [Guardian]
Back in 2006 when he was manager of West Ham United, Alan Pardew said the following after being asked about Arsenal's win against Real Madrid in the Champions League during that particular week. "I saw a headline saying Arsenal are flying the flag for Britain in the Champions League, but I had to wonder where that British involvement was when I saw the team!!". Pardew, since he joined Newcastle United in 2010 has shipped out the likes of Joey Barton, Alan Smith, Wayne Routledge, Andy Carroll, Fraser Forster, Danny Guthrie and Dan Gosling whilst building his side around Hatem Ben Arfa, Yohan Cabaye, Mathieu Debuchy, Gabriel Obertan and Sylvain Marveaux (all French), Tim Krul and Vurnon Anita (Dutch), Fabrizio Coloccini and Jonas Gutierrez (Argentinian), Cheick Tiote (Ivorian), Davide Santon (Italian) and Demba Ba (until he left for Chelsea) and Papiss Cisse (Senegalese). Now they're rumoured to have been giving medicals to Massadio Haidara, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Yohan Gouffran (all French by the way) today ...
Alan Pardew has commented saying " we will only spend up to 8m on a new striker and no more we also in talks with Mathieu Debuchy which I think has gone well" So basically we won't get Loic Remy or any decent replacement looks like we end up with Danny Graham. or Rikki Lambert At this rate so not looking forward to this window at all seems like Andy Carroll all over again. /Adam
Ahead of the game, Alan Pardew says he wants to bring Andy Carroll back to - "I think he misses Newcastle" -
13h Didi Hamann start to the weekend, Alan Pardew has been quoted he wants Andy Carroll back...
Transfer Gossips and latest news about EPL teams! -Yann M'Vila - "I think Tottenham is the choice for the future." -BREAKING NEWS: Tottenham have confirmed that an agreement has been reached with Real Madrid for the transfer of Luka Modric this summer. -Torres: It is a privilege to play alongside Hazard -Andre Villas-Boas confirms he will attempt to replace Luka Modric before the transfer window closes on Friday. -Dembele puts Manchester United, Chelsea and more on alert after admitting 'I want to go to the top' -Official: Liverpool sign Sahin on season-long loan from Real Madrid C.F. -Daily Mail: Arsenal are considering a £15million move for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye. -Tevez underlines desire to stay at City Carlos Tevez underlined his wholehearted enthusiasm for the Manchester City cause with his actions on and off the field. -Pardew still keen on Carroll Alan Pardew believes Andy Carroll would add "a nice dimension" to Newcastle's team, but says a deal for the Liverpool striker is in the board ...
Pardew: Deal for Carroll is in the hands of the Newcastle board Alan Pardew has admitted that Andy Carroll woul
samuel.co.uk : £17m and he's yours! Liverpool willing to let Carroll return to Newcastle... but not on loan Liverpool have told Newcastle that they will have to stump up £17million in cash if they want to bring Andy Carroll back to Tyneside this summer. New Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is prepared to offload the England striker, but only club can recuperate a sizeable chunk of the £35m they paid for him in January 2011. Newcastle Chronicle sources are told that Liverpool are not prepared to let Carroll leave on loan, but they are prepared to take a loss on the 23-year-old to offload him. ... Rodgers has brought in Fabio Borini from Roma to compete with Luis Suarez for a starting place, and with the Northern Irishman likely to play with just one up front, Carroll's first-team opportunities will be limited. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is keen to bolster his squad as the Magpies prepare to compete in the Europa League, but it is unknown whether the club would be willing to pay the £17m for Carroll when they ...
Just saw Alan Pardew at the Olympic Stadium, told him to take Andy Carroll back and give us our 35 million back!
I just read: "Liverpool must accept a loss on Andy Carroll, says Alan Pardew" on biNu
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says Liverpool must accept a significant loss if they are to sell striker Andy Carroll.
Andy Carroll has sent out a plea to Alan Pardew to match West Ham's loan offer as he'd rather go to Newcastle than West Ham.
Alan Pardew insists Newcastle will only make a move for Andy Carroll if Liverpool are willing to take a substantial loss and will not match their rumoured asking price of £20m.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew believes Liverpool will have to accept a substantial loss and move on if they want to part ways with Andy Carroll.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has said Brendan Rodgers' arrival at Liverpool spelt the end of Andy Carroll's Anfield career and warned the Reds they would need to be flexible with their asking price if they want to sell the England striker.
Alan Pardew has challenged owner Mike Ashley to bid for Andy Carroll and bring the unsettled £35million striker back to St James' Park.
Newcastle set to bid again for Andy Carroll: Newcastle boss Alan Pardew was today maintaining a watching brief a...
Alan Pardew remains a big fan of Andy Carroll but has refused to be drawn on whether he would be keen on bringing the striker back to Newcastle on loan.
- Andy Carroll can leave Liverpool for £10m or on loan. Should Alan Pardew now consider him?
Alan Pardew doesn't want a situation like he faced during his early days at St James' Park ... when Andy Carroll left the club with just minutes left of the transfer market.
"Read my lips. Andy Carroll will not be sold at any price." Alan Pardew, January 2011
Alan Pardew has told his Newcastle players to use Andy Carroll as an example when considering summer moves away from the club.
Andy Carroll looked [Alan Pardew] in the eye and asked for the move to Liverpool".
"…they have. When Andy was here we were more direct than we are now and he was magnificent." – Alan Pardew on Carroll after today's game
Alan Pardew today likened Ben Arfa to Lionel Messi, and Kenny Daglish likened Andy Carroll to Tom Daley.
Quote from Alan Pardew. " Andy (Andy Carroll) came into the office and said without hesitation, I want to join...
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has admitted Liverpool out-of-form striker Andy Carroll will soon succeed at the Carling Cup winners' LFC
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