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Pardew: “Tioté can’t change his game”

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 | 80 Comments |

Alan Pardew.
Alan Pardew: A man on a contradictory mission.
We all know how reclusive a man Alan Pardew is. He’s a man who likes to keep his friends close and his enemies even closer. His love of the consonant that ‘F’ provides see’s it trickle into the number “free” and the act of “finking”, and most fittingly, he loves to use double negatives. We believe that it comes from his mission in life – contradictions.

In all seriousness, Alan Pardew is a man who has a thought and believes it must be shared and heard by anybody with ears. Sadly, in the blogging business and as fans of Newcastle United, that more than often means us.

After his public warning of Cheik Tioté earlier in the week, he has come out today and seemingly took back those statements, or at least the negative connotations.

Pardew is, of course, simply a man who speaks his mind and as we’ve seen so many times before, that can be misconstrued. I don’t believe that Pardew set out with the specific intention of criticising Cheik Tioté as much as I believe that Mike Ashley refused a pie in the hospitality area. He was simply answering a question in the way that felt most natural to him.

In an event that can only be equated to hell freezing over, Alan Pardew pushed his reclusive streak aside and spoke to the press:

“He can’t change his game. He’s a fully committed midfielder into the challenges. He’s going to get bookings but there are one or two he’s taken that are unnecessary and that’s the point.

Sometimes he shows frustration and that can boil up into a referee getting upset with him and booking him for a tackle he might not have got booked for.”

A definite change of tune after describing the Ivorian international as ‘overzealous at times’ on the pitch, although he does have a point. I’m going to go ahead and coin this attack on players as “Joey Barton syndrome”. We saw it with Alan Smith, James Perch, and of course the diseases namesake – Joey Barton. Referees have a tendency to trip over themselves and lose the supposed objectivity that allows them to make the correct decisions.

He then changed his attention away from Tioté and onto the powers that be, who regulate the beautiful game as we know it.

“It’s part of the game where the Referee’s Association, UEFA, FIFA and maybe managers have a little problem because the art of tackling and of the physical battle is taken out of the game and it’s taken something away from the game; I’m not talking about the World Cup final where people were genuinely fouling each other.

In the Premier League you see a lot of honest tackles and some of the bookings for minor fouls put players on edge and all of a sudden a team is down to ten men.

I will guarantee it’ll cost some team maybe even staying in the Premier League for a sending-off this season. A mistimed challenge, it’s so quick now you could miss it by a millisecond. People are diving and not getting booked. I don’t think that’s the right agenda if I’m honest.

The Premier League is different to Holland because there are more styles of play. In Holland everyone’s technical, they play more football. But in England it’s different, you have everything in the Premier League.”

Perhaps unwittingly, Pardew actually mentioned the problem with English football – it wants to be the beautiful game as it should be. As it was all those years ago, with technical players galore! …which further raises the question: are referees being instructed to behave in this way in order to make examples of specific types of players with their respective styles?

How many times have we seen Joey Barton getting wound up by players gone unpunished? The obvious instance was the draw with Wolves earlier in the season where Barton was praised for keeping his cool and just accepting he was a marked man. On the flipside, we also saw what happens when all of that tension is released inside of Joey’s head at Blackburn, when Joey punched Morten Gamst Pederson in the stomach.

On the other hand, maybe referees recognise the problem but are focusing on the wrong aspect. Who would be a referee?

NUFCBlog Author: Thump Some say his bones are black and white but that is yet to be medically proven. Currently writes for a few different publications and likes to assert his imaginary authority on nobody in particular. Beware: eats children. Thump has written 36 articles on this blog.

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80 Responses

  1. I really dislike the play acting. And I think the referees aloow certain players to be targeted and others to be the target of their wraith. Plus there is the human nature aspect of allowing the little guys to get away with more dirty play against bigger opponents. I’m not sure I could be a whistle blower, even for a kids match.

  2. Once again, a very interesting and thought provoking ‘blog, Thump. Well, I thought it was anyway!

    Pardew is certainly a man of contridictions and someone who thinks in the moment (hence the contridictions) rather than taking a more measured, long term view of things.

  3. Thats because Pardwho’s a media whore. Its the oxygen that keeps the stupid bastad going.

    Come back CH we loved your ability to say nothing and sit on the fence on a regular basis :)

  4. BTW Big up to Guthrie if the reports are true about him playing through the pain on Tuesday evening (Thumbs up smiley thingy)

  5. Well you certainly hit the nail on the head in describing Pardew, “a simple man” ? well we all have our differing understandings of simple i suppose.
    I have mentioned more than once in these blogs, the fact that Tiote since his arrival has been a trifle over the top when it comes to being physical.
    Sure the fans love it, just as they loved Jimmy Scoular in the day, difference was Jimmy did`nt have to put guys into the stands every tackle.
    And for Pardew to state he cant change his game (or whatever it was)is nonsense, guy should keep his mouth shut and instruct the coaches to work with him on that part of his game.
    He could also work on his distribution (not that it`s bad)it`s an essential part of his role as a sweeper, to begin a counter attack and that requires an awareness and ability to select that killer pass, especially with players like Ireland who know how to find space (guess they call it running the channels to- day)

    As for the comparisons between Holland and England, i don`t believe there`s a lot of difference, the EPL is every bit as technical as most leagues, having Continental Managers,players and coaches, but played at a much faster pace and a touch more physical and certainly more entertaining.

    I recently watched RM vs Barca, a game filled with cheap shots and bad acting, have to say i could`nt wait for it to end.
    That unfortunately comes with the so called more technical football of the Latin countries and has now become a part of the EPL, look at the dive by Chicharito
    in Tuesdays game.
    So what to do? there has to be one standard for all and i really feel for the refs., where one league`s foul is
    another leagues dive.
    Unfortunately it`s a cultural difference and apparently unsolvable.
    Ah well !

  6. Workey
    Have`nt you realized by now Stuart is just contrary, would probably argue with himself if he could`nt find anyone else !

  7. chuckles says:
    April 22, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    “Workey
    Have`nt you realized by now Stuart is just contrary,”

    Of course I have, Chuck. ;-)

    He probably only put that comment in there because he thought that it was one of my ‘blogs.

  8. Good article,

    Pardew does dig himself into some holes, and im sure his arse gets jealous of his mouth at times!

    Didn’t he have a media trainer to help him with giving interviews at west ham? Because he made no sense their aswell

  9. I’m not anti Pardwho because he’s Fatmans stooge. I object to the pillock because, despite being out of work for almost a year, he appears to have learned nothing regarding Public Relations either with fans or the media.

    This is probably his last chance at what is euphemistically known as the “Big Time”. He needs someone, in his corner, to tell him that we all have two ears but only one mouth :(

  10. “The goalkeeper had a problem kicking the ball, he seemed to be shanking a lot of kicks.” “That was putting us under a lot of pressure.”

    “Maybe we have got too used to Chris Hughton, who hardly ever criticised his players, at least never in public, but it seems that Alan does”

  11. Jimbob says:
    April 22, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    “Didn’t he have a media trainer to help him with giving interviews at west ham?”

    West Ham had to employ a PR ‘minder’ to try and minimise his PR gaffes, jimbob.

  12. i’d rather someone who talks openly and freely, than a gum chewing ruddy faced dour scot (excluding Sir Alex of course),or some other such miserable twat…

    this could have been a real hard, low scoring drag of a season for us with survival the only glint of life, but it’s been more than that – we’ve held man utd/ars at home, nailed sunderland/villa, ars away – a lot of that is down to the players, the rest, has to be (dare i say it) ashely, to some extent, Chrissy Hou also…and definately Pards.

    This next expression, is not fully apt in sumising my point, or the state of nufc, but i’d like to use it anyway:

    You can’t polish a turd…
    …but you can roll it in glitter.

  13. Milner says:
    April 22, 2011 at 6:48 pm

    “You can’t polish a turd…
    …but you can roll it in glitter.”

    AndyMac says:
    April 22, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    “Yeah but it still smells like a turd”

    Wise words from both of you. :lol:

  14. workyticket says:
    April 22, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    “West Ham had to employ a PR ‘minder’ to try and minimise his PR gaffes, jimbob”.

    Haha yeah a “minder” I couldnt think of what to call it. Maybe we should go down that route and get him one too…Or im sure joe kinnear is available

  15. As this is a slow news day let me aks one question for your digestion and contemplation !

    Which of these two scenarios would you prefer ?

    “Manchester United beaten 6-0 in the CL Final, in front of watching billions, by Barcelona”

    or

    “Sunderland lose their final game in the BPL and heading for the Npower Championship”

  16. Andy, I’m not usually a person for ‘Schadenfreude’ but that’s hardly a dilemma for any self respecting Geordie.

    “Sunderland lose their final game in the BPL and heading for the Npower Championship”

    Of course! :-)

  17. Just wondering what the “big kahuna” thinks about his “Big Name” manager now ?
    On the other hand guess, it reduces the heat that he would normally receive.
    Still, find it hard to believe of all the available candidates, why this guy ?
    Hey ! small consolation, in we can only hope he depends on Carver, as far as football stuff is concerned.
    Gotta say though, hope our scouts come through with the right players to go for, cause the decisions this summer will be very important for the clubs future, a crossroad so to speak and do we really want Ashley and Pardew making those choices ?

  18. I kinda agree but the Red Nosed Scotstwat wants to go out on a CL win plus there’s a hell of a lot more Mancs in the world than Makems.

    Maybe both situations will happen :)

  19. Chuckles says:

    “do we really want Ashley and Pardew making those choices ?”

    Wouldnt trust this clubs future ambitions with either of these Cockney Pariahs.

    Pardwho because he has no experience of running a top club in the PL let alone Europe.

    Fatman because he has no experience of running a top club in the PL let alone Europe.

  20. chuckles says:
    April 22, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    “Still, find it hard to believe of all the available candidates, why this guy ?”

    Chuck, as I’ve written previously, manager’s talk, and I think that the amount of managers who would work for Ashley and Llambias is severely restricted unless, perhaps, they are offered some kind of absurd contract which is impossible to refuse, and Ashley ain’t going to do that.

  21. he does like the sound of his own voice to a certain extent but this is a matter like thump posted before tiote is no good to us if he gets booked every game and has to miss games, he is vital to how the team works and how do you control him without running the risk upsetting him? you let it out that your concerned and then you back off and praise the lad,it makes good managerial sense so as far as im concerned pardew has got it spot on.

    we have to give this man a chance like it or not hes here for 6 and a half years so we have to hope he has learned his lessons from previous clubs and puts them to good use at nufc.

    the plan as far as im concerned was always to stay up this season and build sensibly over the next few seasons and i believe pardew can do that given the right backing at sjp. although he wasn’t anywhere near my choice of whom i wanted in charge i would love a few seasons of gradual progress steadily improving the squad and fiances at the club without the crap of big name money grabbing signings and false promises of “this is our year” and ” we can challenge for top 4″ bollocks we have been fed for years

  22. geordiedug says:
    April 22, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    “tiote is no good to us if he gets booked every game and has to miss games, he is vital to how the team works and how do you control him without running the risk upsetting him? you let it out that your concerned and then you back off and praise the lad,it makes good managerial sense so as far as im concerned pardew has got it spot on.”

    Aye Dug, but why do it in public?

  23. “how do you control him (Tiote) without running the risk of upsetting him? you let it out that your concerned and then you back off and praise the lad,it makes good managerial sense”

    Dont ever tell me that Pardwho planned that. He has one brain cell more than a kitchen mop !

  24. Look,
    youse guys, believe it or not but there was a time, back in the day when both Sunderland and Boro. were just other NE teams who we liked to beat when we played them in the old first div.and liked to have them there for that reason.
    I dont understand how the fans from these clubs became ended up despising each other and taking pleasure in each others misfortune (schadenfreude)
    It came i suppose with hooliganism and the segregation of fans.
    For someone who had experienced “you payed your few bob and all mixed in together”, made for better relationships and a more civilized and enjoyable experience.
    I personally find it a rather macho attitude, usually associated with schoolboys trying to act tough for their peers.
    Hey i wish it were not the case, think it`s silly, but guess i aint gonna change it.

  25. andymac im with you man but i have to look on the positve side! its killing me the way the club has been run! but i have to hope this crazy ashley plan somehow turns us into a steady premier league outfit! im cluchting at straws i know but im praying we dont implode again!

  26. to workyticket

    I’m no footy manager but in my experience of dealing with people (nowt as queer as folk) a guy like tiote who lets face it is a top class player might take it the wrong way if you pull him to one side and criticise one of the best players at the club for a minor detail. so why not answer the question in public the way he did? hes not lying, its true tiote needs to tweak his game just enough to get though a few games without any bookings and a good manger always ends on a positive like pardew has but now tiote knows there is a small problem without out any egos or face being lost.

  27. The points i was attempting to make in regards to the summer are.
    It`s been stated, there`s a substantial amount of money available for new signings.
    It`s common knowledge the squad is short of quality players.
    There`s a core of decent players who if added too with care, could result in a guaranteed top ten and possibly better side.
    We may not win anything, then again we may surprise people, but the choice of who we sign is all important and if not done right , could set the club back, instead of inserting the building blocks that can be added to in future seasons.
    Who would you like to make those decisions a guy like Camolli at Liverpool or a combination of Ashley and Pardew ?

    And yes WORKEY the thought had struck me that real managers would want a cast iron contract, before even contemplating working for this guy.
    Such a great club with great fans a state of the art stadium but a recent history of chaos and a revolving door of managers.

  28. @chuckles: Are you actually asking where rivalry comes from? I mean, I could write you up an article but it’ll take a lot longer than a day.

  29. chuckles says:
    April 22, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    “Such a great club with great fans a state of the art stadium but a recent history of chaos and a revolving door of managers.”

    Aye Chuck, that’s been happening for a long time, but I was thinking of the specific cases under Ashley of Allardyce (I knaa we divven’t like him much but…), Keegan and Hughton. The circumstances of the Hughton sacking being the final straw just after things were starting to stabilise after the Keegan / relegation carry on.

  30. geordiedug says:
    April 22, 2011 at 8:21 pm

    to workyticket

    “a guy like tiote who lets face it is a top class player might take it the wrong way if you pull him to one side and criticise one of the best players at the club for a minor detail. so why not answer the question in public the way he did?”

    Dug, I would have thought it would have been the opposite, ie divven’t wash your dirty linen in public and show him up? Surely, as an employee, and one who is undoubtedly catching the eye of other potential employers as well, that’s the last thing that you’d want?

  31. Man there are too many muppets on here…this is my last post here for what its worth……long live Chris Houghton…you bunch of dreamers, there is not one true toon fan on this blog.

  32. Chris Hughton*

    I’d have imagined a true Toon fan like yourself would know how to spell the name of somebody you admire so much.

  33. Thump

    No thats not what i am talking about and perhaps you should read what i said.
    Of course i understand about rivalries, but when they degenerate into a condition where poeple call each other scum and perhaps let it develope into violence….
    Hey you are talking about neighbors here and often relatives.
    If that`s something you condone, then ……
    I`m talking about a lack of human respect for neighbors,
    simply because they are fans of their local football side and yes it works both ways, it did`nt exist prior to segregation and football hooliganism, did you know that ?
    I stand by my argument, it`s for the most part a childish form of machismo, something usually practiced by teenage youth, in an attempt to appear tough.
    And in fact indefensible.

  34. Workey @36 #

    Yeah it`s a long story (the managers)
    And I agree, following the success of Hughton, for a salary of next to nothing, to then fire him and bring in a guy that no-body would touch, defies simple logic, what became of Ashley`s supposed great business acumen !

  35. Well you could argue that bringing in a manager that has managed more points per game than the previous manager did, without the likes of Andy Carroll available and on the same (alleged) wages is actually good business acumen :razz:

  36. “Always have for some reason and always will”

    Probably because we’re all aware of the fact that if we had known Dracula and had spent time in his casino we could be manager of NUFC right now.

  37. So Toonsy & DJG,
    Are you saying Pardew is in fact a good manager and Toonsy that you consider him better than Hughton?

  38. Not at all Chuck. They are much of a muchness and I still can’t see why we exchanged what is essentially like for like. Granted Pardew is getting more points per game than Hughton did in the Premier League, but I think that is more down to the players instead of Hughton OR Pardew.

    I just wonder why people are so anti-Pardew considering he is achieving much the same results with a weaker squad. Get behind him and give him a chance. If he is as shyte as half of you muppets are making out then he’ll be out of a job in no time as his results won’t stack up. After all, that is what managers are judged on is it not?

    So you’re all twisting about how much Pardew talks? Boo hoo. Didn’t people moan that Hughton never used to talk enough?

    The ultimate judge of Pardew will be this summer.

    No wonder we get a bad rep in the press.

  39. “If he is as shyte as half of you muppets are making out then he’ll be out of a job in no time as his results won’t stack up. After all, that is what managers are judged on is it not?”

    If you really believe that Toonsy then it is you who is the muppet.

    We all know (including you and DJG etc etc) that the Fatman chose Pardwho because he needed the job and no one else would touch him. We also know that Pardwho would do nothing to rock the boat even when his top scorer was sold out from underneath him and his squad reduced to the bare bones by cost cutting. The Fatman knows only too well that Pardwho will do exactly what he’s told so as long as the Fatman remains Pardwho will remain as well.

    Unless he grows some and tells Fatman where to shove his job :)

  40. AndyMac – I can only assume you know someone within the club then? I mean to get such details you must know something we don’t? Or are you just going off press reports instead of making your own mind up???

    Look, as I said in the last thread, Pardew was not my first choice. He probably wasn’t anywhere near being any of my choices, but here he is. Would it hurt to get behind him? I mean we all want the team to du well and support it accordingly….

    Or we could sit and whinge on the internet about it and feed the media perception of us….

    Or we could give him the summer to see what he can do. What does giving a chance to someone really do? I mean Whoton (see it’s really easy play on names) wouldn’t have got the gig if many were to be listened to. But he got it, and surprised us.

    No amount of pining will bring him back so people just need to get over it. The facts are that we have scored more, conceded less, lost less games and won more points with Pardew in charge.

    Once again, those are FACTS :)

  41. Toonsy…AndyMac expects Mourinho, Ribery et al to arrive in the summer…oh for the great sir Chris Houghton……..anyone apart from Pardew….

    “Unless he grows some and tells Fatman where to shove his job :)”…..yeah of course, thats what anyone would do, tell there gaffer to naff off…

    …….first season back after a really turbulent first season and all you get is cretins p’*sing and moaning…fair weather supporters brought up on Champions League and prawn sarneys mate…

  42. Getting a bit sad all this anti Pardew crap.

    The same people who call us deluded are the same slagging Pardew off and I really have absolutely no idea what he’s done wrong.

  43. Andymac > We all know (including you and DJG etc etc) that the Fatman chose Pardwho because he needed the job and no one else would touch him. We also know that Pardwho would do nothing to rock the boat even when his top scorer was sold out from underneath him and his squad reduced to the bare bones by cost cutting. The Fatman knows only too well that Pardwho will do exactly what he’s told so as long as the Fatman remains Pardwho will remain as well.

    If thats all the Fatman wanted in a Manager why didn’t he just keep CH as there was no need to change managers then, if I can remember rightly CH couldn’t even get a replacement No2 out of the fatman and he was still happy enough to carry on.
    I must say its slightly sad to see just how far this blog has fallen its basically just a place to slate Pards and or show undying love for a manager that was that good that he still hasn’t been offered another gig.
    CLiNT seems to be one of the very few balanced blogger and writer on it :???:

  44. 1. I’ve never advocated a Mourinho nor a Guardiola. However our recent history has shown that when we put our trust in a journeyman manager we end up with shlte.

    Pardwho has no recent history to suggest he can take this club forward to European football. I remember his first foray into Europe with West Ham (he got there because he lost a final against the Scousers not because he won anything) resulted in a first round exit against Palermo who we managed to beat with Roeder the Clueless in charge.

    2. As for Big Dave suggesting Fatman should have kept CH you must be living in a dream world. Fatman got CH out of this club nbecause he knew that CH wouldn’t accept AC being sold without a suitable replacement. CH was all manner of things but he wasnt an arse licking sycophant.

    3. As for Toonsy, either you accept that the Fatman has brought in the right man for the job or you recognise that he hasnt and you make a stand against the Fatman and his appointed lackey.

    To prove a point let’s get a poll going on this site and ask who would we want to suceed Chris Hughton as new manager of the Toon ?

    I GUARANTEE YOU THAT PARDWHO WOULDNT EVEN REGISTER 1 VOTE.

    FFS how difficult is it to recognise that we’re stuck with yet another loser as manager ?

    PS. I’ll take all bets from all posters at any PRICE YOU NAME that Pardwho will never ever win a single thing as manager of this club. I’ll need your money first just so I know you’re 100% convinced about your muppet cockney.

  45. The club will never win anything anyway, with Pardwho, Whoton, your unkle Bob, and it’s to do with the way the club is run not the manager. So you ARE talking shite there.

  46. “Newcastle have now played 34 Premier League games, so it’s a good time to compare the records of Chris with new manager Alan Pardew, since both have now managed in the league for 17 games this season.

    P W D L F A GD Points

    C H 17 5 4 8 24 25 -1 19

    Pardwho 17 5 7 5 25 23 +2 22

    So Toonsy and Big Dave and all those other muppets who think this bloke is the dogs, get a freakin life.

    Pardwho is no better nor worse than CH which we all knew before he was appointed. He was given the job because Fatman wanted a reliable stoolpigeon who would not only take the flak when AC was sold but wouldn’t make waves afterwards.

    In fact we now have Pardwho claiming that it was the “right thing to do” to sell AC even though we’re struggling game to game to put balls in the net !!!!!

    Jeez how feckin thick can you be ? Unless you’re somehow paid up employees of the Fatman or part of his entourage ?

  47. DJG says:

    “The club will never win anything anyway, with Pardwho, Whoton, your unkle Bob, and it’s to do with the way the club is run not the manager. So you ARE talking shite there”

    Yeah right DJG so here we go with a simple question which even you should be able to understand.

    Q. You come in to work on any given Monday morning and find that Chris Hughton has been sacked by NUFC.
    Who, is your first thought of replacement manager ?

    A. ??????????????

  48. Pardwho as you call him got an average West Ham minutes away from winning an FA cup, when was the last time a manager did that at Newcastle? exactly.

    On paper he’s a better manager than we’ve had for a while. Better than Whoton, who is a coach

  49. AndyMac it takes a real Hardman to sit behind a computer and call people names :lol: grow up kid

    To think that people think that Clueless could have stood up to the Fatman and stopped him selling Judas when he couldn’t even get an assistant manager out of him :lol:

  50. AndyMac says:
    April 24, 2011 at 7:22 pm

    “3. As for Toonsy, either you accept that the Fatman has brought in the right man for the job or you recognise that he hasnt and you make a stand against the Fatman and his appointed lackey.”

    Or how about give the lad a fricking chance?

    I remember when Kevin Keegan was appointed (the first time round if you don’t remember). That decision was criticised. Where did we end up? Europe.

    I remember when Glenn Roeder was in charge. That decision was criticised. Where did we end up? Europe.

    Pardew may or may not (in fact he probably won’t, but he won;t be the first in our “illustrious” :lol: history) make it, but I’m willing to get on with it and support him until he makes impossible for me to do so either through results or his actions whilst at Newcastle United.

  51. Also, out of interest, I assume you class Hughton in the same bracket as Pardew? I mean, and I get forgetful, but I’m struggling to recall the last time Chris Hughton managed to get a team into Europe???

  52. AndyMac says:
    April 24, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    Yeah right DJG so here we go with a simple question which even you should be able to understand.

    Q. You come in to work on any given Monday morning and find that Chris Hughton has been sacked by NUFC.
    Who, is your first thought of replacement manager ?

    A. ??????????????

    ____________________________________________

    1) Insulting people (in bold) is really clever you dipshit. Ohh look, it is easy after all :roll:

    2) I don’t think many people, in fact any people, will say Pardew was their first choice. It’s just that some people are willing to give him a try. Others quite clearly aren’t.

    It’s a good job the matchgoers show their support though :razz:

  53. My first thought was “give me a fecking go” do you want me to be manager? after all. i was my first choice

  54. AndyMac…this blog will appreciate you prompting some action on here with your ridiculous deluded statements….

    it’s obvious you absolutely hate Pardew, it’s obvious you mourn for Chris Houghton…”Pardew wouldn’t be your first choice as manager”….so what if he wasn’t, but he is the toon manager at the moment, swallow your prawn sarnie and get on with supporting the team, give them credit for what they have achieved in a turbulent season,,,, the toon, including Pardew…

  55. we can go on about managers till we are blue in the face,but the problem always comes back to a fat c**t from hertfordshire.until he decides to f**k off,and take his riff raff mates with him,we’ll have one dud manager after another.i’m no fan of “parvenu”,he’s a total gobshite,but lets wait until the summer,until he picks his own players,then we can judge him.
    andymac,dont worry “parvenu” will be given enough rope to hang himself,and f**k it up he will.
    we’ll be drooling with anticipation when carlton cole pulls on the number nine shirt.

  56. munich mag,i hear they are doing a tax rebate for the mentally handicapped,you want to get in sharpish.
    when you were circumsized,they threw away the wrong end.

  57. Trojan….did you play Gonzo…or the Swedish Chef ?

    How did you manage to type so many long words, and all in one sentence….my you’re coming along you crouton… :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Go get yersel another prawn sarney…

  58. “Now maths isn’t my strong point, but it looks to me like Pardew HAS done better”

    Unfortunately Toonsy it appears that those facts on .com are now deemed incorrect so in the of fair play I will give you the real stats.

    Hughton 08/10 12/10 16 5 4 7
    Pardew 12/10 ?? 18 5 7 6

    so as you rightly said Toonsy, Pardwho is much the better manager. :) In fact by so much that he needs to be classed alongside the great SBR for his achievements to NUFC. Except that CH brought us 6-0 v Villa, 5-1 v Makems, 4-3 Chelski and Pardwho borrowed three of his points plus goals from CH when we played Liverpool.

    As for calling people names, look at the text and see who has reverted to name calling (Dipshit). As for using capital letters (not bold Toonsy thats just so passe) sometimes you need to otherwise people dont read what I write do they Big Dave ?

    On the subject of Big Dave, you must have some sort of dyslexia as I seem to have written, on more than one occasion, I DO NOT ADVOCATE THE RETURN OF CH. However I do believe that PARDWHO IS NO BETTER THAN CH and yet muppets like Toonsy seem to think he deserves a chance to build a team yet Hughton didnt ????

    The bottom line is we, as fans, get shafted on a regular basis by owners of the club who feel they know more than we do collectively. Agreed Fatman prolly knows more than Toonsy and Big Dave but for the rest of us we know how badly this club is being run and we know who is to blame for the mismanagement.

    OK lets give Pardwho the benefit of the doubt but when he phucks up, as he surely will, (see AP track recordhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Pardew ) let’s all agree who was fighting in his corner :)

  59. Blowjan 69….you are one serious retard mate….I cannae believe you came out of the Newcastle education system… :lol: :lol: :lol: Banging puppets is probably as far as you get you muppet…:lol: :lol:

  60. Trojan69….lets call a truce mate…this is all daft shite :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

  61. Crack on with the insults Mandy. They are canny good :roll:

    I’ll tell you who I’ll join in with though…. The thousands who go to games and support the team like always. You carry on being bitter and catting to yourself on here, but if you get yourself off your little corner of the internet and into the real world you will see that you are in the minority. Maybe not on here, but in the grand scheme of things your views on Pardew, whilst also being irrelevant, are tiny.

    Most people are waiting and seeing. Its what sane people do. I suggest you try it you decking nugget :lol:

  62. Anyhoo, I’m off. Carry on strangling the site AndyTwat. You’ll kill it off eventually because its only your opinion that counts apparently.

    Toodlepip. May the three of you have many anti-Pardew and anti-NUFC tugathons ;)

  63. I will be proved right that Pardew takes the club forward next season, im 99% certain of it. This place will still be in the dark ages though, with it’s great NUFC ‘supporters’. Still hankering after a coach who is still to be offered a job he is that good, and suddenly has a lot to say, funny, he didn’t have much to say after all the crap, let down home defeats against the bottom sides in the prem. :o

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