Alan Pardew & Graham Carr
Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. William Graham Carr (born 25 October 1944 in Corbridge, Northumberland) is an English former professional footballer and football club manager. /5
Alan Pardew Graham Carr Joe Kinnear Newcastle United Mike Ashley Alan Carr Derek Llambias Premier League John Carver Loic Remy St James Emerick Aubameyang Will Graham Arsene Wenger Steve Stone Andy Woodman Papiss Cisse Harry Redknapp Yohan Cabaye
the lad can play. He was probably caught in a power game between 'super' Alan Pardew and Graham Carr.
From the MACKEM ECHO LALAS SWAP DEAL FOR JONAS Newcastle United could turn to Robert Snodgrass this summer - with the club looking to buy British. The Norwich City winger, who has just over a year left on his contract, is interesting Newcastle. The 26-year-old Glaswegian, strongly linked with a move to Celtic in January, is expected to leave Carrow Road in the summer after two years at the club. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, under intense pressure after a club-record run of six successive Premier League defeats, has already held transfer talks with owner Mike Ashley, managing director Lee Charnley and chief scout Graham Carr. Pardew is keen for Newcastle, who have delved heavily into the French market in recent seasons, to sign more British talent
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 discussing transfers with Joe Kinnear and Graham Carr
Alan Pardew has made it clear that he intends to add his Newcastle United squad by making a number of signings in the January transfer window. The Magpies manager has been active during the winter months over the past two years, and is hoping to keep the club's current momentum going by working with Joe Kinnear, Mike Ashley and chief scout Graham Carr to identify targets.
Zaha and McGeady on Pardew's radar as Magpies look to maintain top six and top of the list is Manchester United’s Wilfred Zaha, David Moyes seems open to a six-month loan. Alan Pardew is a big fan and was in the bidding briefly when he was leaving Crystal Palace, but stepped aside when Sir Alex Ferguson moved in. They face competition from Everton, who are also vying for and looking seriously at Aiden McGeady, who is virtually begging to leave Spartak Moscow. As ever, you can name any striker in La Ligue, and Graham Carr has seen him. Moussa Sissoko was the January deal which came before his contract expired, and the chief scout will have studied the team lists before coming up with a plan for Joe Kinnear. This is another big test for the director of football, who will be expected to deliver, whether he and Ashley like it or not. Daily mail
Anderlecht defender Cheikhou Kouyaté may be on his way to Newcastle, reports "RTL Belgium", after his agent said a move to England was close. Graham Carr and Alan Pardew have been watching the Anderlecht defender for some time.
So A round-up of todays transfer news concerning Newcastle United in the local, national and international media. The Guardian reports that Newcastle United target Darren Bent is back for pre-season training with Aston Villa and asking them to sell him for a reasonable price. A move to St. James’ Park is apparently dependent upon Bent getting assurances that Alan Pardew is committed to the club following the appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football. The Sun are reporting that Liverpool could be move for Newcastle United’s French forward Hatem Ben Arfa if Luis Suarez gets to move to Real Madrid. The Northern Echo is reporting that the signing of James Tomkins, 24, and Darren Bent, 29, are both likely at this point in the transfer window. Various media sources are suggesting that the signing of Darren Bent is unlikely though because of his high wage demands. The Journal is reporting that Joe Kinnear has urged Mike Ashley to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a year after chief scout Graham Carr re ...
Joe Kinnear believes his long friendship with Graham Carr can only help Newcastle United’s transfer activity this summer. Kinnear, the Magpies’ new director of football, has known chief scout Carr for more than 30 years. The two men have had a number of meetings this week as they look to progress the club’s signings. Carr has been the key figure in Newcastle’s transfer policy over the last couple of seasons, unearthing players like Yohan Cabaye, Sylvain Marveaux, Cheick Tiote and Papiss Cisse for relatively modest sums. Kinnear’s arrival as director of football – and claims that he would be in charge of all transfers – led to reports that Carr was considering his position at the club, especially as Kinnear had put the block on a free transfer move for Brazilian defender Douglas, who Carr had recommended. But Kinnear insists the pair – and manager Alan Pardew – can all work together to improve Newcastle’s squad. “I’ve known Graham since he started off managing in non-league football ...
Kinnear And Carr Pick Transfer Targets (No Pardew?) The Chronicle reports today that ... Joe Kinnear and Graham Carr have met to discuss Newcastle United's assault on the transfer market in the hope of reaching an agreement on a short-list of targets to strengthen Alan Pardew's squad. Kinnear's appointment as director of football cast doubt over Carr's future, but the Northampton-based chief scout vowed to carry on in his role as did Pardew. In the wake of Kinnear's arrival, it emerged the Magpies boss has clashed with Carr over transfer targets with the pair having different views on the type of player Newcastle should be signing. Kinnear is keen to bring in more Premier League experience to compliment the wealth of French imports he has acquired since taking over in December 2010. On the other hand, Carr is of the opinion that the Tynesiders should continue with their current transfer policy of bringing in overseas players on the cheap with the potential to sell on for considerably bigger fees. Carr has ...
(DAILY MIRROR) - Newcastle stripped Alan Shearer's name from a St James' Park bar yesterday, hours after the Toon hero called Joe Kinnear's appointment a "disaster". -Alisher Usmanov has urged Arsene Wenger to break the bank for Wayne Rooney. -Andre Villas-Boas last night gave Spurs fans the promise they have been waiting for as he insisted Gareth Bale is going nowhere. - Juan Mata's Chelsea future is secure, with Jose Mourinho planning to make the Spanish ace pivotal in his new-look Blues. -Manchester United face a battle with Bayern Munich for Spain superstar Thiago Alcantara. -Joe Kinnear was appointed by Newcastle to stop the feuding between Alan Pardew and Graham Carr. -Brighton have lined up their next manager -even before current boss Gus Poyet's future is resolved -with former Barcelona midfielder Oscar Garcia lined up. -Chelsea are ready to cut their ties with Gael Kakuta to complete the capture of Marco van Ginkel. -Southampton supremo Nicola Cortese will pay a record £12million for Celtic midf ...
the truth is coming out now, Kinnear was only brought in to try and stop the ongoing feud between Alan Pardew and scout Graham Carr so mags if you had to choose between Pardew and Carr who would you rather keep at your club? /daz safc
Alan Shearer is ‘sickened’ by Newcastle’s ‘PR disaster’ as Toon boss Alan Pardew is weakened by Kinnear’s arrival
Joe Kinnear has promised Newcastle manager Alan Pardew he will not interfere with the day-to-day running of team affairs at St James’ Park, but scout Graham Carr could be next out the door at St James' Park.
Since the arrival of Gordon Kinnear, managing director Derek Llambias has resigned. Is this related to Joe Kincaid or not? Also, rumours going about that Alan Pardew and Graham Carr are "considering their options", prompting talks of a move to Swansea. Seems Mike Ashley and Brian Kinnair really have put the cat amongst the pigeons. NA/SAFC
News coming from the Evening Chronicle that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will remain at the Tyneside club, and work with Joe Kinnear in his new role as Director of Football.
“Alan Pardew and Graham Carr will report "into" Joe Kinnear? Peculiar/unfortunate choice of words.”into his ***
Alan Pardew and Graham Carr to answer to Joe Kinnear at Newcastle
DL: "Chief scout Graham Carr and manager Alan Pardew will report to Joe."
Graham Carr and Alan Pardew MUST report to Joe Kinnear, fat Mike really does love taking the *** outta Newcastle, give the guy the keys to the City. /blacky safc
Joe Kinnear says signing a new striker is one of the first priorities as director of football with Newcastle United. The Magpies intend to keep No 9 Papiss Cisse, but Kinnear is eager to bring a new centre-forward through the door in the coming weeks. Kinnear has already held meetings with chief scout Graham Carr to look at the current shortlist of talent following a host of scouting missions in the last six months. However, he is eager to ensure manager Alan Pardew has another frontman at his disposal before August’s big kick-off. He told the Chronicle: “My first target is to find somebody who is going to get us 20-plus goals. “That is my thinking. You look at the goals for column last year and it was worrying. “You had Cisse on 13 goals and the next one down is Cabaye on six. That is a big gap.” The Magpies have a big interest in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of St Etienne, who they see as a possible strike partner for Cisse. The Ligue 1 star even attracted Mike Ashley to head to France on a scout ...
The Daily Mail and The Telegraph are both reporting that Alan Pardew is considering a £6 million bid for England international Darren Bent, who has been told he can leave Aston Villa.
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 ...
How does Pardew justify having Jonas & Tiote on for so long??? Graham Carr = 1 step forward, Alan Pardew = 2 steps back.
Newcastle are targeting a £9million deal for Ajax playmaker Siem De Jong in a bid to save their torrid season. The Magpies have seen the loss of their top goal-scorer and talisman so far this window, with Demba Ba completing a long-awaited £7.5 million move to Chelsea. Only full back Mathieu Debuchy has been added to the rank so far at St James, another transfer that was a long time in the waiting. However Newcastle will miss the goals of Demba Ba and had thought they had found a natural replacement in Marseille striker Loic Remy. Top talent spotter Graham Carr had watched Remy numerous times and even Alan Pardew thought that the deal for Remy would go through this month without too many complications. That was until Harry Redknapp's QPR stepped in with their astronomical £80,000 a week offer for Remy to join their fight for Premier League survival. So Pardew has now turned to Ajax star Siem De Jong to help change Newcastle's fortunes. De Jong can play in midfield but is more well known for occupying t ...
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew remains frustrated as negotiations over Demba Bas new contract continue to stall due to his release clause.
Alan Pardew bought us Cabaye, Ba, Cisse, Ben Arfa, he got us a fifth place finish and a european place. Rather than call for him to be sacked, back him. Alan Pardew's Black and White Army. In Pardew I trust!
Graham Carr - the mastermind behind Alan Pardew, turning talent into gold!! the man is a genious
Guaranteed that Alan Pardew and Graham Carr are watching this game, plotting which Senegalese youngster to buy next!
Graham Carr and Alan Pardew will watch Anderlecht defender Cheikhou Kouyate once again – with Newcastle...
Who is Gael Bigirimana ? If Newcastle sign him then he must be good because Alan Pardew and Graham Carr only look at good players!
8 years for Graham Carr at newcastle is a joke. Anyone who can make Alan Pardew look competent deserves a job for life.
: Alan Pardew has excelled this season. It would be nice to see some praise for Graham Carr as well.
Alan Pardew, Mike Ashley & the rest, owe a heap to Graham Carr and his team for the signings.
Immensely proud of what have achieved this season, thank you to Alan Pardew, the entire squad, John Carver and Graham Carr!!!
Moneyball. Superb slice of film. Look forward to the UK version featuring Alan Pardew and Graham Carr
Alan Pardew wins manager of the year. Difficult to argue with that one. Owes a lot to Graham Carr & his scouting network.
Alan Pardew and Graham Carr have been doing a terrific job at Newcastle United.
Manager of the season: Alan Pardew. GK of the season: Tim Krul. Defender of the season: Fabricio Coloccini. Scout of the season: Graham Carr
: all for praising Alan Pardew but credit must go to Graham Carr. Geordie and adopted cobbler for his scouting!
Alan Pardew outside bet. Although success in part due to canny scouting by Graham Carr.
Second goal by very reminiscent of Beardsley and Cole circa 1993-94. Graham Carr and Alan Pardew deserve ten on ten this season
Graham Carr has a copy in the Chief Scouts office and is conflabbing with Alan Pardew as we speak
After Newcastle's chief scout Graham Carr followed Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen for 2 years Alan Pardew went to watch him.
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