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Pardew critical of old system at Newcastle.

Posted on February 18th, 2011 | 48 Comments |

Pardew: Legacy.
Pardew: Legacy.
In his latest self aggrandising interview, Newcastle United manager, Alan Pardew, has been criticising the previous regime’s analysis of training and match days.

He then went on to outline what he has been doing to improve on what he says he has been “wanting” in the old system. He explained that one part of his legacy will to install a system that will be more helpful to managers who follow him at the club. With The Magpies’ previous record of hiring and firing managers, especially under current owner, Mike Ashley, this may not take too long!

After his usual preamble about the football mad population of Tyneside, Pardew said:

“I’ve read up a little on what’s gone on in the past, looked at stuff in and around the training ground – reports and stuff on games – and I’m trying to install a system now that whoever comes in after me has every bit of evidence.

“I’ve found that wanting if I’m honest, so we report on every game, the build-up, the training, little things that happen – if a player pulled out late, why did it happen? – so there will be some sort of history here for the next manager, which is important given the size of this club. It’s good to know what went on and what goes on here.”

Going into more detail, Pardew continued:

“We’ve got to start the under-soil heating, for example, at the beginning of April, which is important. For three of my first eight weeks here we couldn’t train. That’s ridiculous. So little things like that we can put in place to make the club stronger going forward.

“We’ve increased the staff. We have two more analysts working with the team now because I didn’t think there were enough analysts. We’ve got them studying the opposition, studying us, collaborating.

“Obviously on the playing side we have John Carver and Willie Donachie up here now, as well as Peter Beardsley, Steve Stone, myself and Andy Woodman. So there’s a good structure here now to go forward.”

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48 Responses

  1. Pardew does seem to talk a lot doesn’t he….compared to CH at least and not Joe Kinnear hahaha.

    He should tone it down a little as it’s getting a bit tiring sometimes. Is it just at Newcastle or was he this way with West Ham before???

    I think he’s doing a good job so far but I’d rather just not hear it from him.

  2. in all honesty,i couldn’t give the proverbial flying,about anything this tosser pardew has to say.
    the rumour mill on tyneside says,pardew only receives two grand a week in wages,and the rest goes towards the five million debt he’s into messrs ashley and llambias.

  3. he will be gone by the first week of the new season after the window shuts and he has spent about 5p in the window, ashley claiming he ran out of time to get the playersthey wanted. All that due to the reason we (on purpose) dont even bid for anyone until the last day ffs.

  4. Could somebody please turn the attention to Oscar Wendt of FC Copenhagen. Young Swedish left back who out of contract this sommer.

    See him agains Chelsea in the Champions League next week – HE IS VERY GOOD!

  5. Worky – Lets not forget that this could actually be true. What Pardew is talking about might well have not been happening under Hughton – now I know that doesn’t fit in with your Hughton is great, Pardew’s a crate attitude but maybe, just maybe Pardew has found things that needed improving..?

  6. lets not forget all managers have “there” own ideas of how things should be done,one mans meat and all that.

    imo hes likes to hear his own gob like

  7. Stuart79 says:
    February 18, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    “Worky – Lets not forget that this could actually be true. What Pardew is talking about might well have not been happening under Hughton – now I know that doesn’t fit in with your Hughton is great, Pardew’s a crate attitude but maybe, just maybe Pardew has found things that needed improving..?”

    Stuart, I don’t understand your point as it has little to do with the story. I never suggested anything about whether it may be true or untrue. However, why does he keep blathering on about such matters except for reasons of self aggrandisement?

  8. workyticket says:
    February 18, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Maybe he’s just answering questions put to him in the interview? You never see the questions their asked in the paper, just the answers they give.

    I hardly think he just strolls into the press room and starts going on about all the changes he’s making before the press even take their seats.

    Just a thought…

  9. tad harsh worky. he may not be everybodys cup of tea but i’d defy anybody to deny that he’d done a good job so far. yes – he likes to hear himself speak – but FFS we hang on every f…in word that comes out of the club.
    he’s a bit of a chocolate soldier (he’d love to eat himself) – but if it was me in the job i’d be quite proud of mesel as well :)

  10. An earthquake measuring 8.5 on the ricter scale devastated sunderland today causing £3.25 worth of damage,eye witness debbie aged 16 mother of 3,said it woz well fuc king scary I dropped my can of stella & my little lads hands were shaking that much he could not even roll a joint!

  11. This may not have been happening under the old regime COS ASHLEY DIDNT GIVE HIM THE STAFF TO DO IT. Analysts etc… CH was not given any more staff, thats why he buggered off.

  12. http://www.shiteseats.co.uk/

    Note the term ‘Difficult summer’.

    Not a good sign.

    Also the club are looking for more Tiote type players! Who the fcking hell isn’t?! Do they think these players just fall off trees and there’s a never ending supply of them?

  13. batty says:
    February 18, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    “spoton tattyheed ,you must exscuse worky as he had soft spot for clueless chris”

    Correction, batty. I have a soft spot for the club and whatever is best for it’s long term development. I don’t just see it in terms of gannin’ from one game to the next like some.

  14. Don’t forget what a shambles the whole club was in a few years back. NUFC even forgot to turn up at a charity do in NCL, every other club in the N.E. was there, but after Keegan left no-one was filling in the year planner on the office wall. Maybe KK nicked off with the club’s pen.

  15. worky whos ya fav all time manager of nufc ? looking at some old treads the other day from aboot 3 years ago and you were speaking quite well of king kev ;)

  16. Richard Dinnis. A man ahead of his time. A 70’s Wenger. Its gone wrong ever since the board sacked him.
    (Westwood is a pirate).

  17. Pardew ?
    Fecking teflon self promoter.
    Likes to blame others for everything and anything.
    Ashleys latest yes man, birds of a feather.
    Lets see how his “I insisted Ashley spend the entire Carroll transfer fee on players and he agreed”
    Yeah right Al, we`ll check on that one later ?

  18. Pardew has a bit too much to say for my liking. What has been has been. He should be saying this is how we are going forward, not critisizing what has been.
    By spouting all this crap he is setting himself up for a fall!

    Interesting also how he comes out with this self loving, arent I great comments to coincide with John Carver getting some credit in the press.

    I hope he’s right, and champions league here we come…See you all in Barcelona 2012!

  19. Doug Doug says:
    February 18, 2011 at 4:41 pm (Edit)

    Pardew has a bit too much to say for my liking.

    ====

    That pretty much sums up my thoughts.

    I think he’s doing okay on the pitch but there’s something about him that makes me cautious of him. For now, anyway.

  20. Seen the latest clarification on the official site from Jose? – apparently taken out of context, will talk contracts when we are safe etc. etc.

  21. Perhaps certain players should STOP giving out so many interviews to the filthy press mongs who love to twist and turn everything just to get a headline grabbing story and cause unrest. Especially when it comes to NUFC.

    Perhaps Pardwho? can work on sorting that out.

  22. Jose, Collo and Jonas all could have abandoned ship prior to the fizzy pop season but choose to stay with us.

    I would suspect that if we can get into Europe next season (this year qualification) then they would stay with us.

    I put myself down as a very much “Possibly, wait and see vote”. And am hoping for the best, what else can we do, I can’t see any one buying the club in the near future!!

    I reckon AP could be our longest serving manager for some time, unless he really c*cks up, we just got to keep watching the space.

  23. Beardsleys Boots says:
    February 18, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    “Perhaps Pardwho? can work on sorting that out.”

    BB, Perhaps Pardew is too busy giving his own interviews about how much he is improving the shambolic mess he took over?

  24. Grumpy
    Why would they jump ship while on wages none had dreamed of prior to arrivng here ?
    Looking @ possible moves to Milan, Liverpool and Man. U. is a different story.

  25. Yeah Pards do’s like to talk a bit, but I would much rather that than be kept in the dark like mushrooms the way we were when CH was here.
    As I said before Pards wouldn’t be my choice but I would take him before Jokin Joe anyday

  26. Chuck I am pretty sure that a few European clubs were interested most of whom could have offered more than they were getting.

    I suppose we will find out come the Summer, Jose for example would have to be interested if Real Madrid or Barca come courting him.

  27. ….. Pards wouldn’t be my choice but I would take him before Jokin Joe anyday

    Damm right Dave.

  28. “I suppose we will find out come the Summer, Jose for example would have to be interested if Real Madrid or Barca come courting him.”

    If that happens, then nobody could knock him or blame him.

  29. If the team really wanna get to Euro football next season i.e. top 7 finish this season.
    They know what they have to do, win a phuck load of games between now & the end of the season, job done. No point waiting around to see if the tea lady makes the right kinda brew, AP/MA whomever signs this, that or the other player in the summer, the money’s good enough, the club ‘show’ ambition or some other crap.
    It’s in the players hands now, just win games, shut the F*** up & get on with it.
    They are in charge of what happens on the pitch, solely, from now ’til summer, no excuses.
    End of.

  30. Jesus H Christ, sorry for the swearing, but Pardew cant win, if he does communicate with us through the press he’s slagged off, if he said nowt folk would still be moaning.

    I think all the things he has said in the above article are very positive.

    Give the fella a break.

  31. toonie1949 says:

    “…..Pardew cant win, if he does communicate with us through the press he’s slagged off, if he said nowt folk would still be moaning”

    To be fair toonie most people have said they expect more communication from the Board not the stoolie.

  32. toonie,
    don’t worry mate,
    there’ll ALWAYS be a way to moan man.

    I reckon people got used to CH saying sweet fa & it’s one extreme to the other.
    We can’t handle it!

    :)

  33. AndyMac

    I can’t think of an EPL Club where the board does communicate with the fans direct, its all through the managers. New owners tend to blab on for the first couple of months then shut up.

  34. hate to say this newcastle is much to big for pardew i dont think he will be there that long i think hes a creep and he will soon get found out. plus i dont think ashley will trust him with 30 odd million to spend in the summer i have it on good authority ashley will make a move for david moyes in the summer…watch this space

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