Alan Pardew & Chris Hughton

Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. Christopher William Gerard Chris Hughton (born 11 December 1958 in Stratford, London) is a professional football manager and former player who is currently the manager of Birmingham City. 5.0/5

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Gonna be unfair wen Brighton win away at the Emirates next season, Chris Hughton gets roof racked and Alan Pardew strides in stinkin of Joop
And Warren Barton, Glenn Roeder & Chris Hughton until MA decided to replace him with Alan Pardew though.
Bob Moncur: Newcastle United's success in the French market in the past means it isn't all doom and gloom at St James' Newcastle United’s challenge of restructuring their squad for next season is already under way at St James’ Park. Bascially, the Magpies must look to repeat the success in the transfer market they’ve already in the last few years. It’s a tough task competing with those in the top six given that billions are being poured into the transfer war chests at places like Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United, Man City and even Liverpool and Everton. Newcastle have made it clear they are working on a much more limited budget and Alan Pardew has been honest enough in public to tell us this will be a “slow build”. The life of a Premier League manager outside of the top six is tough. Just look at the scenario for Chris Hughton at Norwich City. He was battling away against relegation and for me he was doing a good job in tough circumstances. Unfortunately, he wasn’t allowed to complete the job he ...
I can't see David Moyes being the favourite to be next sacked now. I feel Chris Hughton's on the edge with Alan Pardew not far behind him.
Football We've already heard from Arsene Wenger but there are still six more managerial press conferences to come. Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini and Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho go head to head at 12.30 GMT, with David Moyes, Chris Hughton, Brendan Rodgers and Alan Pardew all following this afternoon.
Alan Pardew issued his players with an angry warning that the season is far from over following the abject 4-0 home defeat against Tottenham last night. Pardew’s odds to be sacked were slashed last night to 10/1 with Chris Hughton and Rene Meulensteen ahead of him. And after the painful loss to Spurs, when asked about whether his players were listening to him, he snapped: “They had better get the message because they are going to get it loud and clear this week.” Pardew has also demanded that his players arrived at training at 9.45am this morning. They haven’t won or scored since Yohan Cabaye was sold or tasted that winning feeling since a sunshine break in the UAE. However, Pardew’s tan is fading fast from that trip. He said: “We are in at 9.45am tomorrow.” That was Pardew’s 150th game as Toon boss last night. His win ratio has dropped down to 38% after last night’s defeat by Spurs. He said: “I don’t to stand there in my 150th game and watch a performance like that. “I don’t car ...
Chris Hughton defends Norwich City’s Bradley Johnson after Alan Pardew says the midfielder should be ‘as...
TEAM NEWS- Norwich v Fulham : There are five changes for Fulham following the 4-2 loss to Manchester City, which include David Stockdale replacing the injured Maarten Stekelenburg in goal after the Netherlands international went over on his ankle in training on Christmas Day. There is still no Dimitar Berbatov, who continues to struggle with a groin strain. Norwich boss Chris Hughton is much more content, and decides to stick with the same starting side that drew 0-0 with Sunderland. Norwich XI: Ruddy; Whittaker, Turner, Bassong, Olsson; Snodgrass, Fer, Johnson, Redmond; Elmander, Hooper. Fulham XI: Stockdale; Riether, Hughes, Amorebieta, Richardson; Sidwell, Parker, Kasami; Duff, Taarabt, Kacaniklic Newcastle v Stoke Hatem Ben Arfa returns to the Newcastle starting XI as manager Alan Pardew makes just one change to his side for the visit of Stoke. The forward has not started since late October because of the impressive form of Moussa Sissoko, Shola Ameobi and Yoan Gouffran, but is back in the side after ...
The managerial merry-go-round has culminated thus far with Tottenham dispensing with the services of Andre Villa Boas just three days before Spurs host The Hammers in The Capital One League Cup Q-F. several ex Hammers have made their way in mangement over the years.John Bond, Ken Brown, Malcolm Allison, Dave Sexton and laterly Paolo Di Canio, Kevin Keen and Martin Allen (yes I missed out Harry) so far this season the The Hammers connection have not fared too well, PDC at Sunderland, Steve Clarke at WBA , Martin Allen at Gillingham and Gianfranco Zola by mutual consent at Watford are casualties so far and Harry still at QPR with Alan Pardew and Chris Hughton at Newcastle and Norwich respectively. One wonders how long Chris Hughton has got or for that matter Big Sam. A lot of managers suffer the second season syndrome it happened to Pardew, Curbishley and Zola at The Boleyn. Maybe so far AVB's dismissal is though (after the 0-5 reverse v Liverpool) not altogether so much a strange decision but was it reall ...
This week marks the third anniversary of Alan Pardew's appointment as Newcastle manager, making him the second longest serving manager in the Premier League! It seemed the perfect time to have a look back at "Pards'" first few years in charge. Alan Pardew's Newcastle career has been a roller-coaster ride from the very beginning. Following a 3-1 defeat to West Brom, the Newcastle board decided that Chris Hughton was not the man to take the club forward and they desired a more experienced head to lead the club. With the team sitting in 11th on their return to the top-flight, most fans were generally happy with the way the team were performing. Pardew's appointment initially, caused a stir. Hughton had been well liked on Tyneside and the surprise sacking meant whoever came in would be under a lot of pressure from the start. Pardew had a solid start though, with the team winning three, drawing two and losing two of his opening seven matches. However, the end of January brought the first real challenge of Pard ...
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 ...
Alan Pardew savoured a famous victory over Chelsea - then dedicated it to controversial owner Mike Ashley. Martin Jol and Chris Hughton are under pressure as managers of Fulham and Norwich City. Martin Allen is willing to take the Crystal Palace job on a short-term deal. Newcastle defender Paul Dummett has signed a new long-term contract. Nicklas Bendtner is set to leave Arsenal in January, with Hull and Stoke top of the list of suitors. Ajax are stepping up their bid to recruit Blackpool star Tom Ince. Andre Ayew will be a £10million target for Premier League clubs in the next transfer window. Roberto di Matteo could make a return to management by landing the Switzerland job. European kings Bayern Munich want Manchester City hot-shot Sergio Aguero as a big-money signing for next season. Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has turned down the chance to become Crystal Palace boss. Manchester City have stepped up their interest in taking Sami Khedira from Real Madrid next summer in a £30million deal. Shinji ...
Joe Hart was yesterday told: "You're axed." Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal cocked up their bid for Luis Suarez, but won't rule out another move for the Liverpool striker. Wojciech Szczesny has signed a new four-year contract at Arsenal worth an astonishing £20.8million. Jack Colback is keen to sign a new contract at Sunderland. Chris Sutton, once the most expensive player in English football, has joined Cromer Town in the Anglian Combination. Millwall boss Steve Lomas will make a move for Portsmouth defender Bondz N'Gala in January. Mike Ashley has banned Newcastle's only elected fans' group from meetings with the club. Russell Martin says Norwich must start winning games to stop manager Chris Hughton losing Roy Keane is poised for a sensational return to football as Martin O'Neill's Republic of Ireland number two. Manuel Pellegrini finally lost patience with Joe Hart last night and axed him from Manchester City's game against Norwich. Arsene Wenger had admitted Arsenal's £40million + £1 bid for Luis Sua ...
Who will be the next Premier League player to get the sack? Chris Hughton, Alan Pardew, Martin Jol, Ian Holloway, Malky Mackay or David Moyes?? Vote here:
EXCLUSIVE TRANSFER NEWS- Monaco are ready to make a world record £85m bid for Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and pay the 28-year-old a £17m annual salary. Manchester United are prepared to pay Robert Lewandowski £90,000 a week to convince him to move to England. The 24-year-old was expected to stay in Germany and move to Bayern Munich, but Borussia Dortmund have vowed not to sell him to their Bundesliga rivals. Alan Pardew is considering a £6m bid for striker Darren Bent, 29, who has been told he can leave Aston Villa. Norwich boss Chris Hughton is closing in on PSV Eindhoven's Swedish international forward Ola Toivonen who has scored 59 goals in 125 appearances since moving to the Dutch League. The 26-year-old is also a target for Fulham. Wayne Rooney, 27, is worried that the Manchester United fans will not forgive him after former manager Sir Alex Ferguson said that the striker had made a second transfer request in three years. The England international disputes that claim. Spurs manager Andre Vill ...
Alan Pardew has received the backing of the NUFC board. Your thoughts?
For more news from the Barclays Premier League visit: We caught up with Barclays Premier League managers Alan Pardew, Chris Hughton an...
I am sure Paolo Di Canio, Alan Pardew and Chris Hughton celebrated that Swansea city goal more than anybody else!
There have been quite a few signings made by both Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew since Newcastle won promotion back to the Premier League in May 2010. Some have proved their worth and others not so. Who Are Your 5 Best Newcastle Signings Since Promotion ??
Manager Quotes For Todays Matches: Martin O'Neill: "Arsenal are a fine side, and the way they play going forward should make it a decent match” Arsene Wenger: "We have a nervous side that gives opponents chances at the start of the game.” Mauricio Pochettino: "[Sergio] Aguero, [Carlos] Tevez and [David] Silva can decide a match at any time so we need to cut out their supply.” Roberto Mancini: "With 13 games to play it is important to try to win all the matches.” Michael Laudrup: "This is a game we really have to win to get close to that 40-point mark.” Harry Redknapp: "We have been in good form, we have just got to continue that now until the end of the season and see where it takes us." Andre Villas-Boas: "There is the possibility we will continue with a 4-4-2 and try to find a solution with Gareth [Bale] as a striker plus [Clint] Dempsey." Alan Pardew: "Now we think we have a good enough team but must back it up with results." Chris Hughton: “The performances have been better but we need to ...
Premier League Preview: Norwich - Newcastle United The Canaries will be desperate to end a run of four straight defeats, while the visitors are also on a poor run and have not won away from home this term PROBABLE LINEUPS NORWICH Bunn Martin, Bassong, Turner, Garrido Snodgrass, Howson, Johnson, Pilkington Hoolahan Holt NEWCASTLE Krul Debuchy, Coloccini, Williamson, Santon Anita, Marveaux, Tiote Obertan, Cisse, Sa Ameobi Norwich boss Chris Hughton is still without first-choice goalkeeper John Ruddy (hip) but deputy shot-stopper Mark Bunn has performed impressively in his absence of late. The Canaries will also be without Andrew Surman (knee), Steven Whittaker (hip) and Steve Morison (thigh), but welcome midfielder Bradley Johnson back from a one-match suspension. Elsewhere, skipper and top-scorer Grant Holt should be in contention, after returning from a hamstring injury in training, while Jonny Howson faces a late fitness test after suffering with illness all week. Visiting boss Alan Pardew, meanwhile, co ...
On Friday Sport tonight with Dave Webster from 6, Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew on Norwich City v Newcastle United, Mervyn King looking to the World Bowls Championship, Karl Rumsby on Holt RFC v Ipswich and Norfolk golfer Amber Ratcliffe on representing GB a the Australian Youth Olympics.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew believes victory over champions Manchester City in Saturday's lunchtime kick-off could invigorate his team's season. The Magpies languish 14th in the Premier League and have won only once in 10 matches since the end of October. "We are having a tough run, but the work ethic is there," Pardew insisted. "One big result, which could happen this weekend, could change a lot of the picture and we could find ourselves in a good position in the league." Forthcoming Newcastle fixtures: Newcastle were in contention for a Champions League place after six successive victories in the Premier League last season, but lost their final two matches and eventually finished fifth. Pardew, who succeeded Chris Hughton at the helm in December 2010, signed an eight-year contract in September but earlier this season his side lost four consecutive league games for the first time since their relegation in 2008 and have yet to win away this term. Assessing the challenge posed by Roberto Mancini's City, ...
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Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2020. Pardew originally signed a five-and-a-half-year deal when he succeeded Chris Hughton in December 2010. However, the 51-year-old has been rewarded for guiding Newcastle to fifth place in last season's Premier League and a spot in the Europa League. Coaches John Carver, Steve Stone and Andy Woodman have also been given new eight-year contracts. In June, chief scout Graham Carr was given a contract to keep him at the club until 2020, when he will be 75. Managing director Derek Llambias has revealed that Newcastle want continuity to match English football's top clubs. He said: "If you look at clubs like Manchester United and Arsenal, Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger have shown that stability gives you the best platform to achieve success and that is the model we wish to emulate here. "We're looking to build on the success we had last season and these new contracts are aimed at keeping the club progressing ...
Newcastle hand Pardew eight-year deal.Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has placed the future firmly in the hands of manager Alan Pardew by handing him a staggering eight-year contract.Pardew, assistant John Carver, coach Steve Stone and goalkeeping coach Andy Woodman have all been given identical deals, with chief scout Graham Carr having signed his own eight-year contract in June. The announcement represents a huge vote of faith in Pardew and his staff, with the 51-year-old having initially taken over from the sacked Chris Hughton in December 2010 on a five-year deal which few expected him to see out at the time.
Alan Pardew has backed Chris Hughton to replicate his success with Newcastle at Norwich -
There has been something of a rehabiltation of the reputation of Mike Ashley at Newcastle United recently. This, of course, has been due largely to the club’s generally upward trajectory in terms of it’s League position in recent seasons under Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew, as well as so...
Chris Hughton: Alan Pardew is doing a superb job
Hughton Laid The Toon Foundations!: Alan Pardew gave praise to Newcastle United predecessor Chris Hughton as he ...
It's been an unbelievable turnaround from both Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew. Pardiola deserves Manager of the Year.
I still don't like Alan Pardew for taking Chris Hughton's job.
Maybe it was for the better that Newcastle sacked Chris Hughton. Alan Pardew has done a great job
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