Alan Pardew & Roberto Martinez

Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United. Roberto Martínez Montoliú (born 13 July 1973) is a British-Spanish former footballer and current manager of Wigan Athletic. 5.0/5

Alan Pardew Roberto Martinez Manchester United Newcastle United Manchester City Jose Mourinho Premier League Aston Villa Brendan Rodgers Luis Suarez Old Trafford Champions League Romelu Lukaku Crystal Palace Andre Villas Sporting Lisbon Steven Fletcher Manuel Pellegrini

Eddie Howe, Alan Pardew or Roberto Martinez - who could replace Hodgson as England boss?
Transfer News & Stories •Ipswich Town have now announced they have signed Republic of Ireland international striker Conor Sammon on loan from Derby County. •Cardiff City have completed the signing of Sean Morrison from Reading. •Hull City boss Steve Bruce has played down talk linking him with a move for Manchester United's Danny Welbeck, Watford striker Troy Deeney and Hamburg's Rafael van der Vaart. •Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he is happy with his squad at Stamford Bridge. •Sami Khedira's contract dispute with Real Madrid could persuade Arsenal and Chelsea to launch a cut-price bid for the German midfielder. •Alan Pardew has been told he would have to ship out one of his four centre-backs if he wanted to introduce a Micah Richards into his back four. •Leeds United were closing in on the signing of forward Kieran Agard last night after further talks with Rotherham United. •Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is remaining tight-lipped over a possible move for Southampton midfielder M ...
Everton's James McCarthy has revealed he almost joined Tottenham and is pleased with Manchester United interest. Sandro could be heading for the exit if Tottenham are successful in their pursuit of Southampton duo Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Louis Van Gaal has told Wilfried Zaha he must adapt to his new system if he wants to stay at Old Trafford - starting with developing into a striker role. Manchester United are ready to listen to offers for Marouane Fellaini and Shinji Kagawa. Scott Sinclair believes he is finally back to being the player that Manchester City bought from Swansea. LIVERPOOL ECHO Daniel Sturridge is convinced the loss of prolific strike partner Luis Suarez won't wreck Liverpool's pursuit of glory this season as he vowed: "We'll all step up." Everton need to prepare a plan B if they are unable to do a deal for Romelu Lukaku before the start of the season, insists Roberto Martinez. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Alan Pardew has revealed the dressing-room spirit whic ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United are going ahead with plans to make a £55m bid for Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana, 25, and defender Luke Shaw, 18. Full story: Daily Mail Barcelona are set to make a £30m bid for Mesut Ozil, 25, this summer, a year after Arsenal paid Real Madrid £42m for the German midfielder. Full story: Talksport Everton manager Roberto Martinez is looking to bring in Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, 24, as an eventual replacement for 32-year-old Leon Osman. Full story: Daily Star Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna, 31, will leave the Gunners when his contract expires this summer and is seeking a move to either Manchester United or Manchester City. Full story: Daily Star Midfielder Frank Lampard, 35, is set to sign a new one-year deal with Chelsea in the next 10 days. Full story: Daily Express Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 21, has been told to return to Chelsea this summer from his loan spell at Atletico Madrid — and could begin next season as their number one. Full story ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Liverpool have joined Arsenal in the race to sign 16- year-old French forward Maxime Lopez from Marseille. Full story: Daily Mail Manchester United have been warned they face losing striker Robin Van Persie if they do not recruit any star players in the summer. Full story: Manchester Evening News Newcastle United's Italian full-back Davide Santon, 23, wants to fight for his place at the club and will hold talks with manager Alan Pardew at the end of this season. Full story: Evening Chronicle Manchester United boss David Moyes is tracking Real Sociedad striker Antoine Griezmann after watching the 22-year-old make his France debut in Paris on Wednesday. Full story: Daily Mirror Barcelona are considering letting Dani Alves, 30, and Alex Song, 26, leave at the end of the season, with Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City all following the situation closely. Full story: Daily Express The agent of Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski, 28, has fuelled speculation the Germany internati ...
Roy Hodgson has lamented the "very sad" injury sustained by Jack Wilshere during England's friendly against Denmark. Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has accepted an FA charge of improper conduct after his headbutt on Hull City's David Meyler. Thierry Henry would welcome that former team-mate Carles Puyol to the MLS after the Spaniard revealed his intention to leave Barcelona. Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has claimed that he played injured during Bosnia- Herzegovina's 2-0 defeat to Egypt on Wednesday. Roberto Martinez says it would be "foolish" for Everton to look too far ahead as they aim to bring European football back to Goodison Park. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes England can win the FIFA World Cup, despite the low expectations surrounding the team.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Jose Mourinho has admitted for the first time that Romelu Lukaku and Thibaut Courtois could be sold to help Chelsea comply with UEFA's rules over Financial Fair Play. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Bayern Munich skipper Philip Lahm has warned Manchester United target Toni Kroos against a move away from the Allianz Arena. Manchester City are set to complete the signing of Argentine prospect Bruno Zuculini in June. LIVERPOOL ECHO Roberto Martinez will offer Tony Hibbert a new deal in the summer in a bid to persuade him to remain at Everton for the rest of his career. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Alan Pardew read the riot act to his players after their 4-0 hammering at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur. Sunderland's £4m January buy Nacho Scocco is set for his first taste of English football in Saturday's FA Cup tie against the Saints. THE JOURNAL Mike Williamson believes the criticism Newcastle United players are getting from Alan Pardew is entirely justified. Sunderland boss Gustavo Poyet is hopeful h ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Gylfi Sigurdsson today warned Tottenham's rivals Arsenal and Chelsea that their quest for the Premier League title will end in disappointment. Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal still have it "all to do" in their bid to stay ahead of free-scoring Manchester City in the race for the Premier League after edging back to the top of the table with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Juan Mata is feeling "very positive" about the rest of the season after his start to life as a Manchester United player. LIVERPOOL ECHO Brendan Rodgers insists managing director Ian Ayre did 'everything possible' to complete the transfer of Yehven Konoplyanka as Liverpool hit back at criticism from Dnipro. Roberto Martinez says Everton passed a mental test in their comeback win over Aston Villa. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Alan Pardew had a list of excuses ready to explain his side's latest woeful derby performance. Norwich City defender Bradley Johnson, who he blamed for Loic Remy's suspension, the sa ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Manchester United are closing in on a club record £40million deal for Juan Mata but the midfielder will have to tell Jose Mourinho he wants to move for the deal to be finalised. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Amid claims United have agreed a fee with Chelsea for Juan Mata, Sammy McIlroy believes it will be money well spent if the Reds can lure the Spaniard to Old Trafford. LIVERPOOL ECHO Everton have been granted a work permit to secure Lacina Traore on loan. Roberto Martinez is happy to carry on going it a- loan at Everton - as he waits on the final details which will make Lacina Traore his fourth short-term signing of the season. Brendan Rodgers has vowed to help restore the confidence of Liverpool FC goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Luuk De Jong is resigned to quitting Borussia Monchengladbach this month after being told he will be the Bundesliga side's fifth choice striker in the second half of the season. Alan Pardew says Newcastle United will continue to operate with ...
SUN ON SUNDAY Hatem ben Arfa has been assured he has a future at Newcastle United after 'hush-hush' talks last week. Liverpool are poised to bring in winger Mohamed Salah from FC Basel, although a £16m transfer fee could prove to be a stumbling block. Everton are keen on signing Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher as a replacement for Nikica Jelavic and Roberto Martinez also wants to hijack West Ham's move for Lacina Traore. Wes Hoolahan is determined to leave Norwich before the end of the month with Aston Villa still interested in the Ireland midfielder. Wilfried Zaha fears his days at Manchester United are over before they have really started. Millwall boss Ian Holloway hopes to sign striker DJ Campbell on loan from Blackpool. SUNDAY MIRROR Alan Pardew will be a shock contender for the West Ham job if the club's owners run out of patience with under-pressure Sam Allardyce, Arsenal are keen on Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic but only want to spend £1.5m to loan him for the rest of the season. Tottenham c ...
Pellegrini and Suarez win prizes • Last Updated: January 10 2014, 10:58 GMT Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has been named the Barclays Premier League manager of the month for December with Liverpool striker Luis Suarez picking up the player of the month award. Pellegrini, who replaced Roberto Mancini as City boss last summer, secured the award for the first time after guiding his side to a seven-match unbeaten run during the month. City won six of their seven Premier League games in December - they only dropped points in a 1-1 draw at Southampton - including important home victories over title rivals Arsenal and Liverpool. The 60-year-old claimed the award ahead of three other nominees, Manchester United boss David Moyes, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Everton's Roberto Martinez. Brendan Rodgers, Arsene Wenger, Mauricio Pochettino and Alan Pardew are the four previous winners this season. Suarez was named the Premier League player of the month following his record-breaking goalscoring streak ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Chelsea are close to reaching an agreement with Inter Milan for Colombian midfielder Fredy Guarin. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester United have been dealt a double blow after Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani and Milan defender Cristian Zapata both ruled out moves to Old Trafford. David Moyes would not allow Sir Alex Ferguson to interfere at Manchester United, according to Louis Saha. LIVERPOOL ECHO Napoli are understood to have made an enquiry about taking Liverpool defender Daniel Agger on loan. Roberto Martinez hopes Kevin Mirallas has enough energy to torment Swansea City after plans to rest him were forced to change. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Newcastle United defender Steven Taylor is considering a January loan move in a bid to kick-start his season. THE JOURNAL Alan Pardew says that Newcastle United's autumn surge means they can afford to be more "calculating" in the "difficult" January transfer window. BIRMINGHAM MAIL Kenny Jackett has thrown down the gauntlet to Bakary ...
Wesley Sneijder has played down talk of a move to Manchester United in January but refused to close the door on a future transfer. A football fan was being questioned by police today after Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and players were targeted with a laser pen during a Champions League game at Stamford Bridge. Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke has insisted he doesn't know whether he's being chased by Manchester United. Former Man City winger Steve Mcmanaman has backed Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo to fire Manuel Pellegrini's side to victory against Arsenal. Everton boss Roberto Martinez reckons James McCarthy and Gareth Barry are the best midfield pairing in the league. Alan Pardew insists Newcastle United are good enough to beat Southampton without the influential midfielder Yohan Cabaye. Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher admits confidence is the key to him ending an eight-game goal drought. Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel is being eyed by Newcastle United as a possible replacement for Jonas Gutier ...
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew had scooped the manager of the month award. This is tough on Roberto Martinez after a great month which seen his side nick a point at home against the mighty reds. :-) Ish/not forgetting the point v palace
LIVERPOOL ECHO Steven Gerrard believes Luis Suarez is "getting closer" to the world's top two players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - and feels his display on Wednesday was one of the best individual performances Anfield has ever witnessed. Roberto Martinez has spoken of his pride at helping Everton to a first win at Old Trafford in 21 years. THE CHRONICLE Alan Pardew has expressed his disappointment over referee Howard Webb's performance during Newcastle's 3-0 defeat at the Liberty Stadium. Michael Laudrup admitted that Jonjo Shelvey was lucky to stay on the pitch after his headbutt on Toon star Mathieu Debuchy Sunderland boss Gus Poyet believes his team have proved they can perform at the level needed to stay in the Premier League Sunderland Echo Andrea Dossena insists there is plenty of time for Sunderland to bridge the gap with survival, despite coming away empty-handed from a seven-goal thriller against Chelsea. Sunderland have been linked with a move for Coventry defender Cyrus Christie. BIRMIN ...
Manchester United have ended their interest in Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski, 25, with manager David Moyes saying he does not need another striker. Robert Lewandowski Robert Lewandowski: United are reported to have made an £18m bid for the Polish striker in the past Full story: Daily Star United's hopes of offloading Anderson, 25, to Porto look to be over after the Portuguese club said they cannot afford either a transfer fee or his wages. Full story: Daily Mail Valencia are looking to buy out-of-favour Chelsea striker Demba Ba, 28, in January and are preparing an offer of £7m. Full story: Metro Everton manager Roberto Martinez is determined not to sell left-back Leighton Baines, 28, in January despite interest in the England international from Manchester United. Full story: The Guardian Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay insists he has the final say on transfers following the recent departures of head of recruitment Iain Moody and his interim replacement Alisher Apsalyamov, a friend of club owner ...
Saturday Gosssip THE SUN Andros Townsend has signed a new four-year Tottenham contract. Manchester City are sending their spies to watch West Brom whizkid Saido Berahino today. Arsene Wenger has told Roy Hodgson every modern manager must mind their language for fear of causing offence. Kevin Nolan reckons Roy Hodgson needs to open his eyes and think of England - and see what is happening at West Ham. David Moyes believes Manchester United have another Wayne Rooney on their hands in Adnam Jenuzaj. Chelsea have been awarded a £17.8million pay- out from Juventus and Livorno after winning thier FIFA case over the long-running Adrian Mutu affair. DAILY STAR Roberto Martinez has insisted Everton will wait until the summer before making any move to extend Gareth Barry's stay at Goodison Park. Ian Holloway has apologised to Martin Jol for announcing Fulham had singed Darren Bent. Arsene Wenger and David Moyes have both told England's snitch that he should not have gone public. Andros Townsend insists he took R . ...
Romelu Lukaku, the striker Jose Mourinho didn’t want at Chelsea, continued his sensational start to life on loan at Everton with two more goals last night The big Belgian 20-year-old starred as Everton ripped Newcastle United apart in the first half to pile more pressure on manager Alan Pardew. And Goodison boss Roberto Martinez revealed that Chelsea do not have an option to recall Lukaku because they have many strikers at their disposal. QUESTION Looking closely at Romelu Lukaku, would you say it was wrong for Chelsea to send him out on loan?
Everton's unbeaten start to the Premier League season continued as they moved up to fourth with an excellent display against Newcastle. Loic Remy's late strike ensured a nervy finish for Everton, who deserved the win after taking a 3-0 first-half lead. Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring at the near post and prodded in the third, either side of feeding in midfielder Ross Barkley for his well-taken goal. Yohan Cabaye's superb shot made it 3-1 before Remy poked home. The French striker then almost levelled for the Magpies with a stoppage-time strike that flew just a foot above the Everton bar. Had he scored and rescued a point for Newcastle, it would have been a bitter and unjust blow for Everton, who were outstanding, especially during the first 45 minutes. Roberto Martinez's side were sharp, showed great movement and closed down the opposition superbly. And they remain unbeaten in the Premier League under the Spaniard, who succeeded David Moyes in the summer, ahead of a trip to Manchester City on Saturday, T ...
Regional newspaper talk LONDON EVENING STANDARD Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari confirmed goalkeeper Julio Cesar will definitely be going to the World Cup next year but said there are still four or five places up for grabs in his 23-man squad. Yaya Sanogo admits he must get stronger to be a success for Arsenal in the Premier League. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Sergio Aguero is tipping Manchester City to be the surprise package of the Champions League. Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa told reporters to ask his club manager why he isn't playing at Old Trafford after impressing again for Japan. LIVERPOOL ECHO Liverpool have once again been linked with Barcelona's Martin Montoya. New Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori says he would consider an offer to play for England - but has hinted he will remain loyal to Portugal. Roberto Martinez hopes that loan signing Romelu Lukaku can be the man to add a missing goal spark to the Everton front line. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has reveale ...
Arouna Kone could be Joe Kinnear's 1st piece of business as Newcastle's director of football as they hope to prize him away from Wigan this summer. Kone bagged himself 13 goals in a season that saw the Latics relegated to the Championship and with a £5 million minimum release clause has attracted interest from a host of Premier League clubs. Alan Pardew is keen to bolster his sides striking options as he lost Demba Ba to Chelsea last January for a cut price of £7.5 million. If Newcastle are to snap up the 29 year old they will have to fight off competition from former Wigan boss Roberto Martinez at Everton as well as Liverpool. Pardew is thought to be interested in Aston Villa out of favour Darren Bent but the Magpies have baulked at the £8 million valuation placed on him by the Villans. Kone would prove a significantly cheaper option with the club already having spent upwards of £18 million in the January transfer window this year.
-Joe Kinnear has insisted that -Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is "delighted" he has returned. -Liverpool will tell Luis Suarez to slap in a transfer request if he is determined to quit England. -Joe Kinnear has made signing a new striker the number one priority as he prepares to kickstart the Newcastle revolution. -Owen Coyle has told Roberto Martinez to forget about landing his old Wigan pals on the cheap this summer. -Manchester City are to step up their chase for Isco. -Laurent Koscielny will snub the likes of Bayern Munich and Barcelona and stay at Arsenal. -Nani has snubbed a return to Portugal to rejoin Sporting Lisbon or sign for Benfica. -Fenerbahce and West Ham want to end Emmanuel Adebayor's unhappy spell at Tottenham. -Russell Martin is set to sign a new three-year deal at Norwich. -Peter Odemwingie could be heading to London and newly-promoted Crystal Palace. -John Obi Mikel is wanted by Galatasaray in a £13m deal. -Gus Poyet's future at Brighton is no clearer after the suspended boss failed to ...
MAHEMHEM (Romours): INTERNATIONAL LATEST UPDATES - 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. - New Everton boss Roberto Martinez is hoping to sign Wigan's Antolin Alcaraz by the end of the week. The 30-year-old is a free agent but the Paraguay international had an injury-hit spell at the DW Stadium. But another Wigan player, Arouna Kone, has distanced himself from a move to Everton with the 29-year-old insisting he is happy to stay. - Wayne Rooney, 27, is worried that the Manchester United fans will not forgive him after former manager Sir Alex Fe ...
Christian Benteke has put Arsenal on red alert by claiming he will leave Aston Villa if the Gunners come in for him. Roberto Martinez has delayed a decision on his Wigan future until the start of next week. Alan Pardew's job at Newcastle boss is safe but he has been told he must finish in the top 10 next Christian Benteke put a host of big names on alert last night when he warned Aston Villa: You can't make me stay. Tottenham lead the chase, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal also interested. Dennis Wise wants to make a sensational return as Millwall manager. Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic is set to follow Tony Pulis out of the club - and sign for Liverpool. Bournemouth have issued a hands-off warning over manager Eddie Howe. He has been linked with Everton. Cardiff are set to launch a shock £3.5million move for former Swansea striker Danny Graham. Harry Redknapp wants Richard Dunne to lead QPR back to the Premier League. David Moyes completed his first bit of business as Manchester United boss last n ...
EPL managers react to Fergie's comments -"I don't see how he was going to be killed. He kicked the ball at him. I have seen worse things on a football pitch." Harry Redknapp -"I think the one with Van Persie was perhaps not as bad as Alex at first imagined. Sometimes from the sideline, it looks a lot worse at the time. I'm not sure whether there will be action taken for that." Alan Pardew -"But from my point of view, I know Ashley Williams really well - when you sign a player you find out about a player and I can guarantee you he is not the type of footballer who would do that on purpose." Roberto Martinez
Alan Pardew, David Moyes, Roberto Martinez, any other Premier League managers fancy a job with BBC? Come on 'Arry don't be shy.
So basically, Liverpool are in talks with Roberto Martinez, Luis Van Gaal and are set to open talks with Brendan Rogers and Alan Pardew
Owner John W Henry will now fly into Britain to interview candidates with inspirational Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers understood to be top of his shortlist. Wigan’s Roberto Martinez, Newcastle boss Alan Pardew and former Chelsea chief Andre Villas-Boas are also in the frame. There was even a betting stampede last night for ex-Kop boss Rafa Benitez.
Andre Villas-Boas, Roberto Martinez, Brendan Rodgers and Alan Pardew are all in the frame to replace sacked Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool. Marseille’s Didier Deschamps and Borussia Dortmund’s Jurgen Klopp also feature.
Kenny Dalglish sacked by Liverpool: Brendan Rodgers, Alan Pardew, Roberto Martinez and Andre Villas-Boas on list,the Madness in football I thought it was only done in Nigeria never knew that it has gone beyond
With Dalgish out, i pray we bring Rafa back or Alan Pardew, for Roberto Martinez i have no faith. STILL !!! YNWA
Alan Pardew, Roberto Martinez, John Hartson, Frank Skinner and Tom Jones are all on bbc5live with Co
For me,EPL player of the season is Robin Van Persie.Manager of the season Alan Pardew or Roberto Martinez or Roberto Di Matteo
Victor Moses' early double set Wigan on their way to yet another big-time conquest as Roberto Martinez's men gave their survival hopes a mighty boost by brushing aside Champions League hopefuls Newcastle 4-0. Moses' quick-fire brace in the 13th and 15th minutes left Alan Pardew's Magpies reeling and further first-half strikes from Shaun Maloney and Franco Di Santo ensured the buoyant Latics had effectively sealed the points before the break. Papiss Cisse twice hit the woodwork as the visitors rallied in the second half, but their hopes of holding down at least a top-four place in the Premier League had long since suffered a serious blow. Having already beaten Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal on their extraordinary late-season run, Wigan were expected to start with confidence but not even the most optimistic of Latics could have foreseen their whirlwind opening. The recalled Maloney spread panic with a free-kick in the second minute and Moses had already brought a save out of Tim Krul before the st ...
Roberto Martinez has definitely been on his knees for Alan Pardew.
Roberto Martinez is the best young manager in the league, Alan Pardew showed what a class act he isn't with his comments
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