Alan Pardew’s Chelsea pre-match press conference video.

Posted on November 1st, 2013 | 30 Comments |

Highlights (can’t believe I just wrote that) of Alan Pardew’s Chelsea pre match press conference yesterday.

I have also included Pardew’s post match press conference after the League Cup defeat to Manchester City below, where Pardew also looks forward to the Chelsea game.

My latest blog on metro.co.uk.

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Oops! I forgot to mention that my latest blog on metro.co.uk was published yesterday. It’s a few of my reflections on the Magpies’ Wednesday evening League Cup defeat against Manchester City which you can find via the link below:

Alan Pardew’s dodgy substitutions cost Newcastle United once again.

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  1. Typical Pardew, Full of contradictions, How can he say we are in good form?
    What planet is he on, If he thinks the back four a playing well?, We are letting in goals, Left, Right, And centre!

    The truest thing he said, Was when he called, Mbiwa, Ma-pooh!

    His latter interview, Seems like he is getting a few excuses in early, For when he gets turned over again!
    Does he think he can continually do badly, And be unaffected by it, And not be in the firing line?
    He has all the confidence of someone who would have been as secure as Alex Ferguson, And not a man on the brink.

    Talk about sheer delusion!

  2. You have to look on in amazement, The way Alan Pardew tries to dress up, And put a positive spin, On abject failure?
    Does he think he can kid people by talking complete bollox?
    He must think he is pulling a “Jedi Mind Trick”, On all unsundry!
    It never ceases to amaze me, how arrogant and deluded this man is!

  3. joe hawkins says:
    November 1, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    “Does he think he can kid people by talking complete bollox?
    “He must think he is pulling a “Jedi Mind Trick”, On all unsundry!”

    I think he’s pulled a Jedi mind trick on himself, Joe.

    As I’ve mentioned many times he’s a huge fan of those really crappy self help books. He’ll be walking around all day repeating to himself “Your a star, Alan, you a winner! You’re the best!” and fist pumping to himself.

  4. joe hawkins says:
    November 1, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    “He has all the confidence of someone who would have been as secure as Alex Ferguson, And not a man on the brink.”

    Why is he on the brink!? He doesn’t have to win anything to stay in the job – he just has to not get us relegated. That’s all Chubbs wants! Why are you not getting this?

  5. I loved the tweet “Fatigue is setting in for the fatigue excuse. #NUFC” :lol:

    Where’s that Pardwho bullshit bingo card when you want it ?

  6. Is this man (Pardew) self deluded, certainly appears so.
    However, it may be as Darth sez, there is no pressure, as all he has to accomplish, is to survive relegation.

    Something that most readers could probably do.nd apicult hing a more diffproac

    But having lost points, to mostly clubs now in the leagues lower echelon, how are we now supposed to earn points from those in the upper echelons.

    It will be interesting to learn Ashley’s reaction as IMO we gradually slide to-wards the relegation zone.

    Meaning another round of panic spending.
    Is this a

  7. chuck says:
    November 1, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    “Meaning another round of panic spending.
    Is this a”

    Is this a what, Chuck. Don’t keep us all in suspenders.

  8. Continued from 8#
    Any way to run a football club ?
    That and the policy of only buying young players (relatively) that can hopefully later be sold on for , lots o’ dosh.
    A side without the stabilizing presence of veterans,
    lacks a certtain stability.
    But i have said it all before, basically concerning Ashleys belief he has a surefire plan, to maximise profit
    and cares little about success, though i believe he’s kidding himself, lets see what happens.
    All things eventually change, no doubt Wonga, Sports Direct and A

  9. shley will dissapear, cant come too soon for me.
    Having problems with either the site or my machine, sorry !

  10. Seems “The great one” is back, though he may not have the best side in the league, he certainly understands what it takes to win.
    We should be so lucky, if only Ashley could grasp the idea that a good manager is more important and a bigger money saver than some deluded jerk, who he cant even allow to be interviewed, in case his foot heads in the direction of his mouth.

  11. chuck says:
    November 1, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    “It’s apparently ok thanks to my friends in the former raj hill station in central Inja.”

    Which one, Chuck? I’ve always wanted to go to Shimla on the old narrow gauge railway. The journey looks absolutely stunning from what I’ve seen.

    Did he tell you to turn it off, then turn it back on again?

  12. Mourinho gonna get slapped if he jumps into the crowd when Chelsea score. Did he say after which goal? What an utter loser. No wonder we struggle with a management set up like ours. Does the expretion “the blind leading the deaf” come to mind or is it dumber and dumber

  13. Worky

    Actually it was not exactly well known as a hill station, though it possibly drew more europeans during the summer months, due to it’s altitude.
    Talking about to-days modern and India’s fastest growing center of high-tech, Bangalore now like many Indian cities re-named as Bengalooru.

  14. Worky

    I think those in the north are more spectacular, (hill stations)especially in northern Kashmir, in sight of the Himalayas.
    But not advisable to visit, due to the political climate in the region.
    And yes, the Indian RR system is a fascinating operation, itself.
    Though somewhat archaic, seems to work and is a massive employer.

  15. Darthbroon, I think your putting too much stock into the, Pardew will not get sacked opinion.
    If he keeps losing, Then only a fool would keep him on, Regardless of their motives.

  16. So Kirk from corra!, Get’s his six year deal, With Nancy Drew having his say, As usual!
    Another cynical attempt to try and use “Geordie Jingoism”, To quell unrest, And to try and show the fans, “Look we are committed to bringing through local players”?

  17. chuck says:
    November 2, 2013 at 4:45 am

    “Worky

    “Actually it was not exactly well known as a hill station, though it possibly drew more europeans during the summer months, due to it’s altitude.”

    If you mean Shimla it was a very important and well known hill station as it was the Summer capital of colonial India in the hottest months for the reasons you correctly stated. It is also famous for being the only city in India where you can see snow.

    Of course, the Indian Railway system is very old as nearly all of it goes back to the days of the Raj. It’s a bit like Cuba where they’ve kept all those big old Yank cars from the 40s and 50s gannin’. It was built to last though.

  18. joe hawkins says:
    November 2, 2013 at 11:10 am

    “So Kirk from corra!, Get’s his six year deal, With Nancy Drew having his say, As usual!
    “Another cynical attempt to try and use “Geordie Jingoism”, To quell unrest, And to try and show the fans, “Look we are committed to bringing through local players”?”

    Joe, they just wanted to get him locked into a lomg, cheap contract now in case he comes good. It was just the same with Pardew and Carr when Ashley thought everyone wanted to poach them and he could get more compen (LOL).

    Always look at greed first with Ashley.

  19. Blunderland a goal down and Whack-a-mole gets the eighth red card of his career to leave them a man short. A good day so far.

    Always nice when you can look forward to MOTD :)

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