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Ex-Newcastle boss Pardew can manage England - Carver

John Carver believes former Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has all the right traits to manager England.

Pardew will face his former employers on Wednesday night, when Newcastle travel to face his new club Crystal Palace.

John Carver, left, worked under Alan Pardew, right, for a long time at Newcastle. Credit: PA

“Alan can definitely be an England manager because he has the temperament,”

“Alan didn’t talk about England when he was here,” Carver explained. “But me, Andy Woodman [Newcastle’s goalkeeping coach] and Steve Stone [the club’s first team coach] would have a laugh and a joke about it. We’d say ‘do you think he’ll take us to England with him’. We’d have a bit of craic in the golf club about it. We used to have a laugh and a joke about England but Alan always remained focused on managing Newcastle.”

Newcastle boss warns Cabella about showing respect

Newcastle boss John Carver has warned Remy Cabella not to be disrespectful to his team-mates following his angry reaction to being substituted.

Carver has warned Cabella about showing respect. Credit: PA

Carver called the Frenchman into his office on Monday morning after seeing him throw a water bottle in frustration when he was replaced by Gabriel Obertan during the second half of Sunday's 1-1 Barclays Premier League draw with Stoke at St James' Park.

He was not unhappy to see Cabella's displeasure at being withdrawn from a game during which he forced an early save from Potters goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, but he has ordered him to temper his emotions.

Carver said:

It's great to see someone react to being taken off the pitch, but there's a way to do that.

All I said to Remy, who threw his bottle on the floor, - was, 'Don't be disrespectful to the guy who's going on'.

Gabby Obertan was going on, and don't be disrespectful. It could be the other way round in the future.

– Newcastle manager John Carver

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Four return as Newcastle host Stoke

Papiss Cisse is back from Equatorial Guinea. Credit: PA

Newcastle will be able to welcome back four players to their squad for the game with Stoke.

Defender Paul Dummett and midfielders Gabriel Obertan and Ryan Taylor are fit and will be included in the squad, while striker Papiss Cisse has a week's training under his belt following his return from the African Nations Cup with Senegal.

Midfielders Siem de Jong and Rolando Aarons need a little more time, while Davide Santon, Remie Streete, Shane Ferguson, Kevin Mbabu, Gael Bigirimana and Haris Vuckic all left the club on loan on Monday.

Provisional squad: Krul, Alnwick, Janmaat, Dummett, Williamson, Coloccini, Haidara, Satka, Anita, Abeid, Sissoko, Cabella, Colback, Gouffran, Ameobi, Obertan, Cisse, Riviere, Perez.

Newcastle send five players to Rangers

Newcastle have sent Gael Bigirimana, Kevin Mbabu, Shane Ferguson, Remie Streete and Haris Vuckic to Rangers on loan until the end of the season.

Davide Santon fiancee 'disgusted' at Newcastle

The fiancee of Davide Santon is 'disgusted' with the way her future husband has been treated by Newcastle after he rejoined Inter Milan on loan.

Saton's fiancee, Chloe Sanderson, claims Newcastle are only interested in making money. Credit: @ChloeSanderson_

Santon moved back to Inter Milan temporarily with a view to making the deal permanent later this year, even though his fiancee claims the Italian never wanted to leave Newcastle.

Sanderson's comments, below, have since been deleted from her official Twitter account.

Just to put it out there, Davide declined Inter Milan’s first offer but was pushed out by Newcastle United to leave.

Disgusted with how Davide has been treated, fully fit for a while now with no chance to play – a club whose only intentions are to make £££.

And as long as they keep losing players with the passion Davide had, they are killing NUFC, and killing the support from the fans who stick around after all the s***.

– @ChloeSanderson_

Newcastle defender Santon moves back to Italy

Newcastle full-back Davide Santon has completed a loan move back to former club Inter Milan.

Santon has rejoined Inter on loan. Credit: PA

The 24-year-old Italian will spend the remainder of the campaign at Inter, who have an option to buy him outright during the summer.

A club statement said: "Newcastle United can confirm that Davide Santon has joined Inter Milan on loan for the remainder of the 2014-15 campaign with an option to buy at the end of the season. The 24-year-old Italian defender joined the Magpies from the same club in August 2011."

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