Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote has revealed his desire to quit the club and hopes to get the chance to do so in the January transfer window, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
Tiote is quoted as telling media in his native Ivory Coast that he sees his time on Tyneside at an end and wants a fresh start elsewhere. “I want to leave,” the 28-year-old confirmed. “I've spent four years with Newcastle. I think I have reached a stage where...More
Alan Pardew is in no immediate danger of losing his position as Newcastle United manager, Sky Sports has reported.
Newcastle where on Monday beaten by Stoke City, leaving the Magpies second bottom of the Premier League table with three points and no wins from their opening six games. Peter Crouch scored the only goal of the game after 14 minutes.
Pardew will be in charge for Newcastle’s weekend visit to Swansea City’s Liberty Stadiu...More
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has denied claims that Alan Pardew faces the sack if his team are unable to claim the three points against Stoke this weekend, Sky Sports is reporting.
Pardew has been under huge pressure to deliver at St James’ Park after a more than lacklustre start has seen them fail to win in the league so far.
A report in today’s Independent newspaper has claimed comments from Ashley mean Pardew could lose his job by...More
Newcastle United will want to ease the pressure on under-fire boss Alan Pardew when they host Hull City on Saturday.
There was widespread protest among the visiting supporters as the Magpies surrendered meekly to Southampton in their last game. They were never really in it, allowing the Saints to dominate throughout. The result, and the response of the fans, prompted owner Mike Ashley to reassure Pardew over his position, but should...More
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew wants to see his team show some backbone amid growing unrest from supporters, ESPN has reported.
The Magpies were beaten 4-0 by Southampton in their last fixture with Pardew the subject of increasing criticism from the stands, including the displaying of banners calling for him to lose his job. Protests are expected as Newcastle host Hull City on Saturday and Pardew has said he and the players need to be...More
Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez has revealed that he is undergoing treatment for testicular cancer in his homeland of Argentina, Sky Sports is reporting.
The 31-year-old has not played since April after spending time on loan at Norwich, having fell out of favour at St James’ Park.
He had originally been a regular for the club since joining back in 2008 from Spanish side Mallorca, making 192 appearances over five seasons ...More
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