Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye has been disciplined by the club for his conduct after Arsenal made a summer bid for the player
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is pleased with midfielder Yohan Cabaye's response after Arsenal move failed to materialise
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has attempted to draw a line under a transfer window which left the club's supporters screaming for answers
Newcastle travel to South Wales tonight to take on a Swansea side who have won only one of their last 11 home games. It's Alan Pardew’s three year anniversary at the club and he’ll be hoping to celebrate with three points. The Magpies haven’t won more games in a row since the 2011/12 season.
Laudrup’s men only managed one win in their last eight in all competitions. In contrast Newcastle were the only team in the league to take a full compliment of points from November’s fixtures. After their West Brom win, they see themselves in 6th place only one point a drift of Liverpool in 4th.
The Swans are without top scorer Bony and last season’s star buy Michu is still recovering, Newcastle are spoilt with a fully fit squad. Swansea have a good recent record against Newcastle, they took all six points last season. Confidence is high. Pardew could be in for a win.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says it's "very important" his side build on their recent Premier League victories over Chelsea and Tottenham.
The Magpies host Norwich at St James' Park on Saturday.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says he's looking forward to Saturday's Premier League clash with Chelsea.
The Magpies welcome Jose Mourinho's side to St James' Park in tomorrow's lunchtime kick-off.
Politicians and Unions are urging Newcastle United to think again about its decision to ban journalists from three regional newspapers from future media events at St James' Park.
Today Alan Pardew stood by the decision saying that it was up to the editors of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, the Journal and the Sunday Sun to respond.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew believes his side "deserved to win" despite losing 2-1 to Sunderland in today's Wear-Tyne derby.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says a victory for his side over Sunderland this weekend would leave the Black Cats in a "difficult position".
Sunderland are bottom of the Premier League table with just one point heading into Sunday's Wear-Tyne derby at the Stadium of Light.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew believes fans can expect to see goals during this weekend's Premier League clash with Liverpool.
The last time a match between Newcastle and Liverpool finished goalless was in February 1974. Speaking ahead of Saturday's game, Pardew said "it won't be 0-0".
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has said he doesn't want to miss out on Loic Remy for a second time. It comes after Newcastle's 2-1 victory at Cardiff.
– NEWCASTLE UNITED MANAGER ALAN PARDEW
"I wish he had joined in January.
I still remember the night clearly when we thought we had done the deal."
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says next week's international break comes with "added pressure" for managers - because it's two weeks until the next round of Premier League fixtures.
Pardew says if a team gets a bad result this weekend they "have to sit on it for two weeks before you play" again.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew said his side scored "two great goals" in their 2-0 victory over Leeds United in the Capital One Cup last night.
Striker Papiss Cisse grabbed his first goal of the season with a header after 31 minutes, before Yoan Gouffran sealed the win with an 18-yard effort in the second-half.
Speaking after the match, Pardew said: "They were two great goals. Both made by Sammy [Ameobi] in different circumstances. Good ability from Sammy for the first with a simple pass.
"The second goal was all about Gouffran setting himself and a fantastic hit."
Cisse's goal was his first in 11 games for Newcastle. Pardew added that he hopes the Senegal international can now return to his best form for the club. He said: "Goals can settle a player down and hopefully it will."