Alan Pardew & Barclays Premier League

Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English Football Manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. 5.0/5

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Manchester City *** 2-2 draw with Arsenal, Diego Costa's hat-trick secures a 4-2 for Chelsea and Southampton heap further misery on Newcastle boss Alan Pardew. Martin Demichelis headed in a late equaliser to earn Manchester City a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League. Debutant Danny Welbeck almost made a dream start for his new club but the striker's chipped finish came back off the post and City made their opponents pay when Sergio Aguero struck from close range in the 28th minute. Jack Wilshere pulled the Gunners level shortly after the hour, capping a strong run with an excellent lifted finish, and the hosts looked to have secured all three points when Alexis Sanchez scored with a well- placed volley 16 minutes from time. There was a late twist in the tail, however, as Demichelis headed home a corner in the 83rd minute to ensure a pulsating encounter ended all square. Diego Costa hit a hat-trick as Chelsea came from behind to beat Swansea 4-2 and maintain their 100 per cent start ...
Aston Villa 0 NEWCASTLE 0 Newcastle boss Alan Pardew felt his team should have got more than a point after Saturday's Barclays Premier League goalless draw at Aston Villa.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Ahead of Chelsea’s opening Barclays Premier League game of the season at Burnley at 10:45pm, Jose Mourinho has highlighted the importance of producing quality football when there is a lack of time and space. Mourinho hopes to avoid any repeat of the difficulties this time around. Burnley summer signing Lukas could partner Danny Ings up front after impressing in pre-season. Goalkeeper Tom Heaton is fit after missing several warm-up games with a calf injury. Chelsea could hand debuts to new trio Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Filipe Luis - and keeper Thibaut Courtois. The Blues will *** Didier Drogba's knee injury, while several players involved in the latter stages of the World Cup may lack match fitness. Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger says they must beat Besiktas to earn a place in the Champions League group stage, "no matter what it costs". The Gunners, who have reached the group stage for the last 16 seasons, travel to Turkey for Tuesday's first leg, with the home le ...
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has hailed the club's fans the best in the world - even though most of the 2,000 spent Monday night chanting 'six in a row'. The 3-0 loss was the Magpies' sixth straight Barclays Premier League defeat and supporters continued their campaign to see him re…
Premier League team news: Arsenal v Newcastle Arsenal expect to have captain Thomas Vermaelen back from a hamstring problem for Monday night's Barclays Premier League clash against Newcastle. Midfielder Abou Diaby will not be rushed into a return from a serious knee injury after reporting a slight groin problem after playing for the Under-21s in midweek. Defender Kieran Gibbs (hamstring) is still sidelined along with England midfielder Jack Wilshere (foot), Serge Gnabry and Theo Walcott (both knee). Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will hope for a further fitness boost ahead the trip to Arsenal. Midfielder Moussa Sissoko is back in training after missing the last three games with a hamstring problem and could feature at the Emirates Stadium, while full-back Mathieu Debuchy and striker Loic Remy could return to the starting line-up after appearing as substitutes in last weekend's 2-1 home defeat by Swansea. However, strikers Papiss Cisse (knee) and Luuk de Jong (ankle) are likely to be missing as medics continue ...
Alan Pardew the manager of Newcastle United in action during the Barclays Premier League match between Aston Villa and Newcastle United at Villa Park on September 14, 2013 in Birmingham, England.
EPL REVIEW Tuesday's matches Manchester United v Cardiff We say: Home win Juan Mata is set to make his Manchester United debut against Cardiff at Old Trafford. The club record £37.1million new arrival could be joined by Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney, who are back training again after recent thigh and groin problems. Marouane Fellaini has also recovered from a broken wrist as United look to claw their way back up the Premier League table after suffering their seventh defeat of the season at Chelsea. Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reports no new injuries other than a couple of minor unspecified knocks ahead of his side's Barclays Premier League clash against former club Manchester United. Defenders Andrew Taylor and Matthew Connolly remain in the sidelines with ankle problems and midfielder Don Cowie has a calf strain. The Bluebirds are poised to announce the new signings of Fabio from United and Kenwyne Jones from Stoke but neither are likely to play. Norwich v Newcastle We say: Away win Norwich ...
Edin Dzeko and Alvaro Negredo scored as Manchester City moved to the top of the Barclays Premier League with a controversial 2-0 victory at Newcastle. The Bosnian striker set the visitors on their way to a 10th successive win over the Magpies with an early finish and Negredo struck in added time as City extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 15 games. • Mooney: Tiote's disallowed goal costly for City too • Ryder: Tiote's 'goal' distracts from improved performance • Heneage: Three Things: Newcastle vs. Man City • City waiting on Samir Nasri injury • Pardew sorry after Tiote offside anger However, the home side were hugely aggrieved to see a 34th-minute Cheick Tiote equaliser ruled out by referee Mike Jones for offside. The Ivory Coast international blasted home from distance, but after speaking to assistant Stephen Child, Jones ruled out the goal - to the fury of Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, who later became involved in an angry touchline spat with opposite number Manuel Pellegrini. Ne ...
Newcastle's search for January reinforcements is under way as manager Alan Pardew attempts to bounce back from yet another FA Cup disappointment. Pardew revealed in the run-up to Saturday's 2-1 third round home defeat by Cardiff that a striker was his priority during the current transfer window with Loic Remy only on loan from QPR and Shola Ameobi out of contract at the end of the season. The manager, director of football Joe Kinnear and chief scout Graham Carr have drawn up a list of potential targets as the Magpies look to build upon an encouraging first half of the Barclays Premier League campaign. Reports that they have rekindled their interest in Borussia Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong, a man they tried to sign before he made a £12.6million switch from FC Twente to the Bundesliga club during the summer of 2012, began to circulate last night. However, Press Association Sport understands that, while that interest is genuine, the 23-year-old Dutchman is one of a series of options currently under ...
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 ...
Newcastle 1-1 Southampton Southampton claimed their first Barclays Premier League point at St James' Park since 2001 with a 1-1 draw against Newcastle United. Jay Rodriguez's seventh goal in all competitions this season cancelled out a first-half opener from Yoan Gouffran, the Frenchman's fourth strike in his last four home matches. Both sides had chances to win it in what proved to be a very open second half, with Loic Remy guilty of spurning a one-on-one opportunity late on. Ultimately, however, Southampton's winless league run was extended to five matches, while the hosts were denied a sixth victory in their last seven top-flight fixtures. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew, facing his former club, was without the suspended Yohan Cabaye, who picked up his fifth booking of the campaign before scoring the winner against Manchester United last time out, with Shola Ameobi coming in. Mauricio Pochettino selected defender Jos Hooiveld in place of Jose Fonte, while midfielder Adam Lallana was dropped to the bench ...
Alan Pardew has revealed former Newcastle boss Sir Bobby Robson was his beacon as he found himself engaged in a desperate fight to restore Newcastle's fortunes. The man who guided the Magpies to an unexpected fifth-placed finish at the end of the 2011-12 season was plunged into the horrors of a relegation battle just months later as the demands of European football took a heavy toll on their domestic commitments. Pardew's detractors grew in both number and volume as a disappointing campaign drew to a close, and while attention was deflected away from him to an extent by Joe Kinnear's controversial appointment as Director of Football and then a minimal summer recruitment drive, a significant proportion of the club's support was less than satisfied with the 52-year-old's continued presence at St James' Park. A thumping 4-0 defeat at Manchester City, a first-half capitulation at Everton and a derby defeat by Sunderland did little to silence his critics, but four successive Barclays Premier League victories h ...
2-1 scored his eighth goal in as many matches as recorded a 2-1 victory over France international put the hosts ahead inside two minutes, before compatriot Yoan Gouffran scored a second before the break. Leroy Fer pulled a goal back for the visitors 10 minutes from time, but it was too little too late for Chris Hughton's men. Newcastle have now won three consecutive Barclays Premier League fixtures for the first time in 19 months, while Norwich have just one victory from their last six matches. Alan Pardew made one change from the side that beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 prior to the international break, with Fabricio Coloccini coming in for the suspended Mathieu Debuchy. Former Newcastle manager Hughton, meanwhile, made two changes to the Norwich XI that won 3-1 against West Ham United last time out, with Bradley Johnson and Nathan Redmond replacing Robert Snodgrass and Johan Elmander. It did not take long for the hosts to break the deadlock, as a second-minute Yohan Cabaye corner evaded the Norwich defence ...
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has a total of 10 French players to choose from within his squad for the Barclays Premier League clash
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Barclays Premier League – Week Eight Saturday Games Newcastle United vs. Liverpool -10.45pm (AEDST) The Magpies will return back from the international break full of confidence after their 2-1 away win at Cardiff a fortnight ago, the next month for Alan Pardew will prove vital as he looks to shape his season for the long run or potentially bow out before he knows it. Steve Taylor looks set to return from his Hamstring injury, the Geordies have no major injury concerns, and imagine what three points will do at home against a Liverpool team who look ready to fight for the title. Second place Liverpool travel further north to try to take top spot for a couple hours as they continue their hot form at the start of the season. Brendan Rogers’ new 3-5-2 formation seems to be working wonders for his club in particular accommodating both Suarez and Sturridge to the front line that seem to be thriving. A massive boots for the Reds as Glen Johnson,Philippe Coutinho and Ally Cissokho all look set for a return. Pr ...
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Cisse set to return Papiss Cisse is in line to return to the Newcastle starting line-up for Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash with Stoke. The Senegal international missed the 0-0 Europa League draw with Anzhi Makhachkala in Moscow on Thursday evening through illness but trained on Saturday and should be available. However, manager Alan Pardew has doubts over Hatem Ben Arfa, who played as a lone frontman in Russia on his return from a 12-week lay-off with a torn hamstring, and Shola Ameobi, who turned an ankle on the artificial pitch at the Luzhniki Stadium. Pardew said: "I think Papiss will make it. He trained and looks fine. "We have got a little injury worry about Shola, and a little worry about Hatem, whether we can introduce him into this game. He's a little bit stiff still." /micky
Alan Pardew has congratulated Swansea City on winning the Capital One Cup last weekend - but has set his sights on overtaking them in the Barclays Premier League, starting with three points at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday. His friend Phil Parkinson was in charge of the Bradford side who were swept aside by the Swans at Wembley while on-loan Newcastle defender Curtis Good was part of the Bantams defence but nobody will applaud the achievements of Michael Laudrup and his men louder than the Magpies manager, who knows how hard it is for a club outside the top four to lift a major trophy. Not only did they bring the cup back to Wales but they're currently ninth in the table, seven points ahead of United. And although it would be easy to take their eye off the ball as they celebrate their first big honour in what is their centenary year, Pardew does not expect that to happen. However, he has challenged his in-form side to take advantage of any hangover which their opponents may suffer after a week of celebr ...
Pardew relieved with transfers Alan Pardew is refusing to contemplate what might have been had Newcastle made their big transfer push during the summer. There was dismay on Tyneside when, despite months spent attempting to thrash out deals for key targets, only one senior player, Vurnon Anita, arrived at St James' Park in the wake of the club's remarkable fifth-place Barclays Premier League finish. The wisdom or otherwise of that decision - the Magpies, as has become their custom, refused to budge on their valuations of players - was exposed by the injuries and suspensions which left the... ~SportsMan
Now Pardew turns focus on league survival Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has warned his players to forget about their Europa League heroics and concentrate on the task of dragging themselves to Barclays Premier League safety. The Magpies booked a last-16 clash with big-spending Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala next month with a 1-0 victory over Metalist Kharkiv in Ukraine on Thursday night. However, despite his delight at the win, Pardew swiftly turned his attention to Sunday's visit of former club Southampton to St James' Park. Asked if Europe now had to be put to one side for the time being, Pardew said: "Yes, for sure. We have got two very important Premier League games and if we could get three, four points out of those two games, I would take that now. It would give us a good angle to go into the next phase of the Europa League." Newcastle currently sit in 16th place in the table, just four points better off than Reading inside the bottom three and Pardew is well aware that advantage could have all but d ...
Pards ready for step up in class Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is ready to launch a concerted bid for Europa League glory as he gears up for their toughest test to date. The 51-year-old has spent the campaign trying to manage the twin demands of domestic and continental competition while also coping with an injury crisis which has seen them flirt with the Barclays Premier League relegation zone. However, returning casualties and an influx of French blood during the... ~SportsMan
Football - Pardew sympathy for struggling players Alan Pardew admits he feels sorry for his beleaguered players as they attempt to drag Newcastle out of an alarming mid-season slump. The 51-year-old has seen his side ripped apart by injury and suspension in recent weeks, and the lack of strength in depth has been graphically exposed by a damaging run of nine defeats in 11 Barclays Premier League games which has left last season's fifth-placed club fighting for their top-flight lives. He said: "I don't feel sorry for myself - I'm not that type - but I really, genuinely, looking at Colo [skipper Fabricio Coloccini] and Tim Krul, people like that, do feel for them. They are having to really work hard with players who perhaps shouldn't be in the team in terms of where they are in their careers." He added: "There's no doubt that Sammy Ameobi, Shane Ferguson, James Tavernier, all those guys, eventually will be Newcastle players, but now in the situation we are in, we really shouldn't be asking them [to play]." ...
Demba Ba will be paid a £2million loyalty bonus by Newcastle United as he prepares to complete a dream move to Chelsea. Ba’s agents staged talks with Chelsea last night and the European champions are expected to trigger his £7m January 1 release clause tomorrow. Newcastle have accepted Ba’s departure and are confident his replacement will be at St James’ Park to watch the team play Everton on Wednesday. Waving goodbye? Demba Ba is set to join Chelsea from Newcastle and will pocket a £2m 'loyalty bonus' from the North-East club Ba, 27, who has scored 13 times in the Barclays Premier League for Newcastle this season, negotiated the amazing loyalty bonus when he moved to the club in 2011. Newcastle, beaten 7-3 at Arsenal on Saturday, want the deal done as quickly as possible after failing to convince Ba to remain at the club. Alan Pardew admitted Ba would be sold in the summer if he refused to renegotiate his infamous release clause, but his exit has come sooner than expected for the Newcastle manag ...
Manchester United v Newcastle 15:00 GMT/19:00 MRU Manchester United Danny Welbeck, Javier Hernandez, Chris Smalling and Darren Fletcher will be among those hoping to be involved, while Rafael Da Silva needs to shrug off the hamstring injury that kept him out of the draw at Swansea City. Man Utd (from): Lindegaard, De Gea, Jones, Smalling, Vidic, Ferdinand Evans, Buttner, Evra, Cleverley, Giggs, Fletcher, Scholes, Carrick, Young, Hernandez, Welbeck, Rooney, Van Persie. Newcastle United Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will be without midfielder Cheick Tiote after the Ivory Coast international collected his fifth booking of the season during Saturday's 1-0 Barclays Premier League victory over QPR and is suspended. Otherwise, Pardew will have only his long-term absentees missing for the game at Old Trafford, with Hatem Ben Arfa, Steven Taylor (both hamstring), Yohan Cabaye (groin) and Ryan Taylor (knee) sidelined. Newcastle (from): Krul, Elliot, Harper, Simpson, Santon, Ferguson, Tavernier, Coloccini, Williamso ...
Premier League Weekend Team News * A round-up of team news ahead of this weekend's Premier League fixtures. * Newcastle vs Manchester City * Newcastle boss Alan Pardew could be without Hatem Ben Arfa for Saturday's Barclays Premier League meeting with Manchester City. Midfielder Ben Arfa, who made a goal-scoring return against Fulham on Monday night after missing four games due to a hamstring problem, is a major doubt after aggravating the injury. Steven Taylor (hamstring) and Yohan Cabaye (groin surgery) remain on Newcastle's long-term casualty list. Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany is a major doubt for Saturday's trip to Newcastle. Kompany is struggling with a hamstring injury and has only a "two per cent" chance of being fit, according to manager Roberto Mancini. Gareth Barry serves a one-match ban, whilst Jack Rodwell and James Milner (both hamstring) and Micah Richards (knee) are also missing. Manchester United vs Sunderland * Nemanja Vidic is back in the Manchester United squad for Saturday's ...
Pardew: Next two months could decide our season Alan Pardew admits the destiny of Newcastle's season could be decided in the next two months. The Magpies head for Fulham on Monday night knowing they face a difficult run of fixtures afterwards, with Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal all waiting in the wings before the end of 2012. Injuries to Yohan Cabaye and Steven Taylor and Cheick Tiote's impending departure for the African Nations Cup will stretch their resources, and Pardew is hoping for a positive January transfer window. His side will run out at Craven Cottage having prevented their manager from celebrating two years in charge at St James' Park with a fifth successive Barclays Premier League defeat for the first time, but with the 51-year-old knowing they need to make a dramatic improvement over a sustained period if they are to come anywhere close to replicating last season's top-five finish. Pardew said: "This is a critical period, from now until January. I do feel after January this ...
Alan Pardew was digging in for a scrap after seeing Newcastle slip to a second successive Barclays Premier League defeat at St James' Park.
Rooney voted star man Wayne Rooney's performance in Manchester United's Barclays Premier League win over Newcastle has earned him ManUtd.com's Man of the Match accolade. The Reds striker has been in excellent form since returning to the side against the Magpies in the Capital One Cup and he impressed again on Sunday in a deeper midfield role behind front-runners Robin Van Persie and Danny Welbeck and claimed two assists. A left-wing corner allowed Patrice Evra to grab a rare goal while it was his pass that preceded Tom Cleverley's second-half wonder strike. Rooney's commitment to the cause and selflessness helped earn him 55 per cent of the vote, ensuring he was the clear choice as the fans' star man on Sunday. Cleverley, who followed up his Old Trafford goal against Alan Pardew's side with a long-range effort to make it 3-0, came second with a healthy 21 per cent while Evra took third spot after a splendid showing at left-back, including the unstoppable header past Steve Harper.
Alan Pardew won the Barclays Premier League Manager of the year. Congrats boss :D
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Alan Pardew has won Barclays Premier League Manager of the year and LMA Manager of the year
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew hailed his players for their efforts over the 2011-12 Barclays Premier League season after Sunday afternoon's final-day 3-1 defeat at Everton.
In a little less than 12 hours from now, the 9-month gestation period known as the 20th Premier League season will come to an end and a champion will be crowned. There were many fantastic memories in the way of great goals, surprising teams having good form and, my personal favorite, Newcastle United’s Alan Pardew winning the manager of the year. There were also scary moments, most notably the temporary death of Fabrice Muamba and his remarkable recovery. No matter what happens when all is said and done, this was the most exciting season I have had the pleasure of following. So I want to wish a Happy Mother’s day to all the mothers out there and a special Happy Mother’s day to the Barclays Premier League for giving birth to the best season yet.
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Man City skipper Vincent Kompany named Barclays Premier League Player of the Year and Newcastle United's Alan Pardew wins Manager of the Year award.
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 02: Alan Pardew the Newcastle manager celebrates with two goal hero Papiss Cisse of Newcastle after the final whistle during the Barclays Premier League match between Chelsea and Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge on May 2, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty I...
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturdday's Barclays Premier League trip to…
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