Alan Pardew & Paul Lambert
Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. Paul Christopher Lambert (born 7 August 1969) is a Scottish professional association football manager and former player who is the manager of Norwich City. /5
Alan Pardew Paul Lambert Aston Villa Brendan Rodgers Premier League David Moyes Brendan Rogers Newcastle United Manchester United Arsene Wenger Villa Park Paul Rodgers Brendon Rodgers Champions League Tim Sherwood Christian Benteke Sam Allardyce John Terry
Remember Rodgers was tactically outsmarted by Paul Lambert, Sam Allardyce, Steve Bruce, Neil Warnock and Alan Pardew? Good…
Prediction: English Premier League / Aston Villa VS Crystal Palace -- Match Time：1/1/2015 23:00 Thursday -- More detail...Villa take on managerless Crystal Palace on New Years Day with both teams in need of a win. Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last four home games and will be hoping to continue that trend against a Crystal Palace team that have only won one away game all season. Christian Benteke and Gabby Agbonlahor will be key figures for Villa as they look to get a win that could move them into the top half of the league table. Paul Lambert will definitely be talking to his team about discipline before this game as they have had a man sent off in three of their last four games. That type of indiscipline will lead to losses as it did against West Brom in a game that Aston Villa definitely could have won if they had a full complement of players for the 90 minutes. With the sacking of Neil Warnock Crystal Palace became the first team of the season to get rid of their manager, with Alan Pardew all bu ...
imagine Paul Lambert nutting someone like Alan Pardew did, actually laughing so hard thinking about it.
Paul Lambert, Sam Allardyce, Harry Redknapp and Alan Pardew have all tactically outclassed Rodgers this season.
Paul Lambert and Alan Pardew; two guys who may be replaced by David Moyes this season.
Arsene Wenger’s contract is up; Pepe Mel’s linked with a move back to Spain; Louis van Gaal’s tipped to take over at Old Trafford. Then there’s Tim Sherwood, Mauricio Pochettino, Alan Pardew, Sam Allardyce, Paul Lambert...the list goes on. How many of the Premier League managers walking out this weekend will not be there for the first game of next season?
Its time for did you know since the Premier League began the average manager only last 1.96 seasons in the hot seat. currently in the Premier League Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager 18 seasons, Alan Pardew has been in the hot seat for 4 seasons, Sam Allardyce 3 seasons, Paul Lambert and Brendan Rodgers 2 seasons. All the rest of the managers have been in the hot seat 1 seasons or less. John Hornby Joseph Walton Steve Hunt Steve Cook Stephen TurrellAd Gibson Ross Ryalls Ross Virr Ross Gibson Alex Bell Alex Sherwood Luke Robinson Ash Grayston Chris Hobson Phil Keith Rich Smith Robin Newsholme Rich Riley Rich Dale
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Roy Hodgson is prepared to take Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to the World Cup in Brazil even if they do not play in Arsenal's last two games of the season. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Ryan Giggs raised the possibility of leaving Manchester United after 27 years at his Friday press conference. Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has put United back on alert after hinting that he could be at risk of losing his job after the German champions didn't make it to the Champions League final. THE JOURNAL Alan Pardew is facing the sharpest scrutiny from Mike Ashley since he became Newcastle United manager but he has pledged to fight to retain "one of the biggest jobs in football". BIRMINGHAM MAIL Paul Lambert is targeting players of the calibre of Lewis Holtby, Javier Hernandez and Joleon Lescott for Aston Villa. SOUTH WALES EVENING POST Garry Monk has received a rare pat on the back from Huw Jenkins - but must wait to discover whether Swansea City's chairman will offer him a job. W ...
David Moyes has opened talks with Sporting Lisbon over a £30m swoop for midfielder William Carvalho. Arsene Wenger has begged the referee to let Arsenal take on Bayern Munich with 11 men tonight. Toni Kroos fuelled speculation about a possible move to Manchester United in a bid to heap pressure on Bayern Munich over a new deal. Tim Sherwood's passionate outburst over Tottenham's turbulent season has won surprise support from chairman Daniel Levy. Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert wants to land Chelsea's £5m-rated left-back Ryan Bertrand permanently. Pepe Reina will be allowed to leave Liverpool for around £4m. West Ham have joined the hunt for Charlton's young midfield ace Diego Poyet, son of Sunderland manager Gus. Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song says he will to return to the Premier League after his two-year stint at Barcelona. DAILY MIRROR Arsene Wenger challenged his players to make Champions League history by producing Arsenal's greatest-ever European victory. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will today ...
David Moyes revealed that he told Wayne Rooney he'd 'gone soft' before the striker signed a new £300,000 per-week deal to stay at Manchester United. Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil will be rested for Saturday's clash with Sunderland. Alan Pardew has denied Mathieu Debuchy wants to quit Newcastle. Jose Mourinho admits Oscar's blistering early-season form has been blown away - by the weather in England. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is backing Wilfred Zaha to force his way into England's World Cup squad. Uruguay manager Oscar Tabarez reckons his side will reap the rewards from Luis Suarez's past "problems" when they face England in the Wayne Rooney says Manchester United are heading back to the top after signing a blockbuster new deal. Aston Villa full-back Alan Hutton is desperate to leave after being frozen out of the first team because of his high wages. Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is hoping to secure a new contract for Dutch defender Ron Vlaar. Arsene Wenger is set to recall Olivier Giroud to his start ...
This war of words btw Mourinho, Wenger and Pellegrini is amazing. Mourinho is whitewashing them big time. I now miss SAF. Moyes should start season 2 with Paul Lambert and Alan Pardew.
Martinez, Moyes, Tim Sherwood, Alan Pardew and Paul Lambert walk into a bar… Sherwood goes to the bar and gets the first pints in. After they drink up Moyes gets up to refill the glasses. After a chat and a few roasted peanuts, Pardew gets them a third set of drinks. 20 mins later with glasses empty again, Martinez gets up and goes to the bar. But he comes back with just 1 pint for himself. Moyes pipes up, “Oi where's ours? To which Bobby replies "Sorry lads, this is the 4th round and you lot ain't init"
Alan Pardew of Newcastle, Paul Lambert of Aston Villa and Steve Clerke of West Brom are the three managers nominated 4 the manager of the month award while, Krul of newcastle, Remy of newcastle, Gouffran of newcastle, Aguero of Man City, Lukaku of everton and Ramsey of Arsenal are the players 4 the player of the month award!!!
Darren Bent says he knew Fulham was the right place for him – despite admitting former club Sunderland were interested in signing him again, along with Newcastle. The 29-year-old arrived at Aston Villa from Sunderland in January 2011 to much fanfare, joining in an £18m deal that could have reached as high as £24m. However, Bent’s successful start to life in the West Midlands turned sour following the appointment of Paul Lambert. Unwanted at Villa Park, a summer departure always looked inevitable even if Fulham did not always look like his final destination. Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew, who worked with Bent at Charlton Athletic, was keen on signing the player, while newly-promoted Crystal Palace – who Fulham play on Monday night – had been confident of bringing in the England international, only for manager Ian Holloway to be gazumped at the last minute. “There was a lot of talk,” Bent said. “I spoke to Ian Holloway but I always knew Fulham was the place for me. “I am here now and I ...
Spending lunch with Alan Pardew and Paul Lambert- turns out Pardew was well aware Tim Krul had a shocker on Monday night...oops
411 HEADIES: • Sunderland are "very disappointed" with FA chairman Greg *** after he criticised the amount of foreign players signed by the club. • Southampton's Victor Wanyama says being away with Kenya's national side has helped him to overcome a 'tough' start to Premier League life. • Alan Pardew felt Hatem Ben Arfa was "unplayable" during his goalscoring display in Newcastle United's 2-1 win at Aston Villa on Saturday. • Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini was pleased with a point after a tough 0-0 draw with Stoke. • Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has expressed disappointment at the way his side defended in their 2-1 loss to Newcastle United. • Jordan Rhodes' late intervention saw Blackburn Rovers secure a 1-1 draw away to fierce Lancashire rivals Burnley on Saturday. • Arsene Wenger praised Aaron Ramsey for his dramatic improvement over the past year, as his brace helped Arsenal to a 3-1 win at Sunderland. • Mark Hughes praised his Stoke City side for their battling display a ...
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL HEADLINES. Steve Bruce wants to hijack Newcastle's move for Aston Villa outcast Darren Bent-The Sun. Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye has risked the fury of d club's fans by admitting he would be interested in a move to join Monaco-The Sun. Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is poised to complete a £17.5m deal to bring Sevilla defender Antonio Luna to Aston Villa on a 3year contract-Daily Telegraph. Paris St.Germain will resume their pursuit of Tottenham manager Andre Villa Boas after the French champions agreed to let Real Madrid hire Carlo Ancelotti-Daily Mail. Manchester want away winger Nani says he's yet to decide whether he will leave Manchester United-Daily Mail. Paris St.Germain have offered to buy Tottenham winger Gareth Bale in a bid to also lure boss Andre Villas Boas to the French Capital-Daily Mirror. The sale of former Manchester City striker Robinho could be the key to the future of Carlos Tevez as Italian giants AC Milan and Juventus both want to sign the Argentine- ...
Newcastle United fans are looking even more distressed today in the Football Transfer Tavern as it is claimed by The Sun that they could well be set to miss out on one of their top targets as Hull City’s Steve Bruce looks to *** him out from under their noses. It has already been a hard summer for Magpies fans what with the issues Wonga have brought them both publicly and in house with their players and now the hiring of the unpopular Joe Kinnear. Now it seems that Alan Pardew could even be set to lose out on Darren Bent – a forward he had set his heart on luring to St. James’ Park to give the club some much needed firepower. Bent of course has suffered under Paul Lambert at Villa Park and is in no shock on his way out of the club. Steve Bruce however has ideas about netting the former Sunderland player who has already made it clear back in 2009 that he did not want to join Hull City, yet a source close to the club noted: “Hull wouldn’t baulk at meeting Villa’s asking price. “Steve made B .. ...
Alan Pardew relished the reward of a night of untroubled sleep while Paul Lambert has enough worries to keep him awake until May. "I'm looking forward to my bed," said the smiling Newcastle United manager Pardew as he left Villa Park reflecting on the conclusion of some hectic transfer business and a first Premier League away win this season. No such luxuries for his counterpart Lambert, as their season falls off a cliff after a 2-1 defeat dropped them back into the relegation zoneand continued a decline of such proportions you can almost reach out and touch the despair around Aston Villa. Lambert clutched at the flimsy straw of a gutsy second-half performance that occasionally threatened to rescue an abject first 45 minutes which were bankrupt of quality and ideas. The Scot even suggested Villa's fans appreciated this belated effort so much that his team received a standing ovation at the end - more of a stooping ovation, as one cynic put it - but you could hardly blame Lambert f ...
Newcastle United won the battle of the Premier League strugglers to extend Aston Villa's misery and plunge them into the relegation places. Paul Lambert's side - knocked out of the Capital One Cup and FA Cup by lower league opposition in the last week - paid the price for a dreadful first-half performance that allowed Newcastle to take control. Papiss Cisse and Yohan Cabaye gave them a two-goal lead at half-time that proved too much for Villa to turn around, even with a vastly-improved effort after the break. Christian Benteke's penalty just after half-time established the platform for a Villa rally, but Alan Pardew's side held out for their first league win since mid-December. Pardew will hope this win will finally help Newcastle find the sort of form that took them into the top five last season - but Villa are now deep in trouble and in desperate need of points and new faces to rejuvenate side lacking confidence and inspiration. This latest defeat means Villa have lost their last three home games in the ...
Premier League team news EPL TEAM NEWS FOR TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MATCHES Aston Villa v Newcastle We say: Draw Fabian Delph has been ruled out with an ankle injury. Villa mananger Paul Lambert has to decide whether to risk a recall for central defender Richard Dunne, who has started training after a lengthy lay-off with a groin problem. The Scot will also check on the fitness of utility defender Nathan Baker who has returned to training after a hamstring injury. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will include four of his January signings in the squad. Midfielder Moussa Sissoko is likely to start at Villa Park along with full-back Mathieu Debuchy, while defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and striker Yoan Gouffran could also be involved and 20-year-old full-back Massadio Haidara will travel, but will not feature. Midfielder Yohan Cabaye (groin) is fit and striker Papiss Cisse is expected to shake off a training ground knock, but although full-back Danny Simpson (broken toe) and utility man Ryan Taylor (knee) are back in train ...
Transfer Gossip! David Villa may be joining Arsenal City want rid of Mario, seems like Mancini is trying to ditch Balotelli this month QPR launch £8million bid for Lescott for out-of-favour Lescott Michael Owen could be joining Perth Glory AND the rest... Chelsea reject Yossi Benayoun is in talks with Southampton...Alan Pardew fears his skipper Fabricio Coloccini could be the next star to quit Newcastle...Reading are battling with Premier League rivals Norwich to sign Zambia striker Jacob Mulenga. The 28-year-old is currently with FC Utrecht...Sunderland have launched a £2.5million bid for centre-back Roland Juhasz from Anderlecht... Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has refused to rule out a move for out-of-favour Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott...Paris Saint-Germain want Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo this summer...John Terry has been forced to back down after a very public show of support for Chelsea team-mate Frank Lampard...West Ham have rekindled interest in Blackburn full-back Martin ...
What the back pages say... =THE SUN SUNDAY Samir Nasri saw red after trying to head-butt Norwich's Sebastien Bassong. Also: Blunder ref *** Russell faces an FA probe after failing to send off Sheffield Wednesday star Jeremy Helan - despite booking him twice. =SUNDAY MIRROR The feud between Sir Alex Ferguson and Alan Pardew started immediately after Manchester United's 4-3 win over Newcastle on Boxing Day. Also: Gareth Bale angrily protested his innocence after being booked for diving again at Sunderland. =DAILY STAR SUNDAY Sir Alex Ferguson has crushed Arsene Wenger's bid to sign Nani. Also: Furious Samir Nasri was given his marching orders for headbutting Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong after a late tackle sent him flying through the air. =SUNDAY EXPRESS Gareth Bale hit out after being booked for diving during Tottenham's 2-1 win at Sunderland. =THE OBSERVER Paul Lambert has conceded that Aston Villa are in a relegation battle after a third successive heavy defeat left them one point above the bottom ...
Barclays Premier League News:- 1) Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel believes Stoke take their penalty area grappling to the extreme. 2) Wayne Rooney has warned Newcastle he is relishing the chance to get back to his best form after his Swansea disappointment. 3) Chelsea have reportedly told Frank Lampard to seek a new place of employment in January. 4) Fulham manager Martin Jol has hinted at a January move for highly-rated Derby midfielder Will Hughes. 5) West Brom's Peter Odemwingie is resigned to his international career with Nigeria being over after his omission from the provisional squad for the African Nations Cup. 6) Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has hailed the courage of Paul Lambert for the way he dropped Darren Bent and placed his faith in Christian Benteke. 7) Chelsea interim manager Rafa Benitez has targeted a run of victories to win over the club's fans. 8) Alan Pardew has warned Sir Alex Ferguson there will be two angry managers in the dug-outs when Newcastle head to Manchester United on ...
Mario Balotelli was axed for Manchester City's Champions League clash at Real Madrid after another bust-up with boss Roberto Mancini. DAILY STAR FA chiefs to push on with John Terry's disciplinary hearing despite suggestions charges against him should be dropped. A three-man panel is due to meet on Monday to decide whether the Chelsea captain racially abused QPR's Anton Ferdinand. THE SUN Demba Ba has been warned to slash his wage demands or risk his future at the club. The Newcastle striker is in talks but has been told to 'get real' after seeking almost double his current £50,000-a-week package. DAILY MIRROR Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has taken Demba Ba to task over his agent's outburst but been forced to concede the striker could leave for a knockdown £7m in January. DAIL MAIL Aston Villa defender Stephen Warnock could be set for a loan move to Bolton after falling out of favour with Villa boss Paul Lambert. DAILY MIRROR Man City could be without midfielder Samir Nasri for three weeks after he suffer ...
I think Manager of the Season will come down to a race between Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert and John Terry.
My managers of the season: Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert, Brendan Rodgers!!
Candidates for GMF Manager of the year: Alan Pardew, Brendan Rodgers, Paul Lambert, David Moyes. MOYES?? MOYES?? (
Surely, realistically, Alan Pardew, Brendan Rogers or Paul Lambert would be better suited for the England managers job than Roy Hodgson?
Paul Lambert and Brendon Rodgers have both done great jobs, but Alan Pardew manager of the season...the signings and results top drawer
Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert or Brendan Rogers for Manager of the Year.
Most people are saying either Paul Lambert or Brendan Rodgers for Manager of the Year, but I think it should be Alan Pardew.
Paul Lambert and Brendan Rodgers for manager of the year? Doubt it! Alan Pardew's black and white army!
“I dare anyone to suggest that Brendan Rodgers still deserves the Manager of the Year award over Alan Pardew.” Paul lambert
Who does everyone think will win manager of the year? Paul Lambert, Alan Pardew or Brendan Rodgers?
Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert, Brendon Rodgers take your pick for Manager of the Year
I think there's 3 managers that deserve manager of the year/ season! Alan Pardew, Brendan Rogers and Paul Lambert! All done cracking jobs!
I know Paul Lambert and Brendon Rodgers have done amazing jobs for but surely Alan Pardew has to be manager of the year Newcastle are flying
Alan Pardew, Brendan Rogers, and Paul Lambert surely have to be the candidates of manager of the year.
:| "Shortlist for EPL manager of the season : 1) Alan Pardew 2) Brendan Rogers. 3) Paul Lambert 4) David Moyes"
Brendan Rodgers, for sheer quality of football, Alan Pardew for surprise and over achieving. Mention for Paul Lambert also.
Brendan Rodgers. No contest. Paul Lambert and Alan Pardew have been good but BR is amazing with what's he's done.
Managers of the year so far; Alan Pardew, Brendan Rogers, Paul Lambert and potentially Harry Redknapp or David Moyes.
Top 3 Managers of season in Prem are British: 1) Alan Pardew 2) Brendan Rodgers 3) Paul Lambert
Who's your manager of the year? Its a tough one... Alan Pardew, Paul Lambert, Brendan Rodgers?
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