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Newcastle's Sissoko to make charity donation after sending off

Moussa Sissoko was sent off against West Ham Credit: PA

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has revealed Moussa Sissoko has been asked to make a donation to charity for his sending off against West Ham.

The France international received two yellow cards in quick succession in the 1-0 defeat, first for kicking the ball away and then for a heavy challenge on former Magpie Andy Carroll.

Newcastle's injury problems easing

Newcastle United's latest injury crisis appears to be improving.

Magpies boss Alan Pardew revealed today that several of his first-team players who missed last weekend's 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers are back in training ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash with West Ham.

Speaking ahead of the game, Pardew said:

We've had some good news on that front in that [Fabricio] Coloccini is back on the training ground. Steven Taylor, Cheick Tiote, [Emmanuel] Riviere.

Rolando [Aarons] is not quite ready but I think he'll be around for next week.

It's a big week in the Premier League. Three games in seven days. So it's an important spell to have all your players around.

– Alan Pardew, Newcastle United FC Manager


Newcastle hit by injuries ahead of QPR clash

Newcastle United will be missing several first team players for the game against Queen Park Rangers at St James' Park on Saturday.

Magpies captain Fabricio Coloccini is sidelined with a calf injury. Midfielders Rolando Aarons, Cheick Tiote and Mehdi Abeid have all been ruled out. While defender Steven Taylor is doubtful after suffering a knee problem.

Speaking ahead of the game, Newcastle manager Alan Pardew said Paul Dummett will come into the side in place of Coloccini.

Gutierrez recovery 'massive news' for Newcastle

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says Jonas Gutierrez' recovery from testicular cancer is 'massive news' for everyone at the club.

The 31-year-old revealed this week that doctors in Argentina have discharged him from hospital and that he has been given the all-clear after being diagnosed with the illness in 2013.

Pardew also revealed that Gutierrez could be back on Tyneside within a month. Speaking ahead of Newcastle's Premier League clash with West Brom on Sunday, he said:

Well it's massive news for the squad because he's a much-loved figure here.

We had a response from his surgeon to say that in about a month's time he can cope with professional training.

He's in great shape, Colo [Fabricio Coloccini] tells me he's in good form and we're looking forward to seeing him.

– Alan Pardew, Newcastle United FC Manager

Pardew 'wary' of Leicester threat

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is 'wary' of the threat posed by Saturday's opponents, Leicester City.

Despite only gaining promotion back to the Premier League last season, Nigel Pearson's side have earned plaudits for their performances, which have included a 5-3 win over Manchester United last month.

Speaking ahead of tomorrow's Premier League clash at St James' Park, Pardew said:

They've [Leicester] had the result of the season as far as I'm concerned in beating Man United, with all the players they [Manchester United] had available that day. So they can produce a great performance and we need to be wary of that.

– Alan Pardew, Newcastle United FC Manager

Shearer says Newcastle players need to 'stand up and perform'

Former Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer says the club's current crop of players need to 'stand up and perform' to relieve the pressure on manager Alan Pardew.

The Magpies are yet to win a Premier League match this season and are currently 18th in the table after seven games played.

Shearer was speaking at the National Football Museum in Manchester after being inducted into the Football Association's Hall of Fame.


Pressure on Pardew: what the papers say...

Hitting the headlines - Alan Pardew

THE CHRONICLE: Mike Ashley faces a big decision after Alan Pardew's Magpies crash again. He would be taking the biggest gamble of his Newcastle United tenure if he sticks with under-pressure Pardew.

THE JOURNAL: Club owner Mike Ashley is set to have crisis talks with his manager and it could mark the end of Pardew’s four-year stint.

THE TELEGRAPH: After Newcastle's latest collapse, it is time for Mike Ashley to put Alan Pardew out of his misery? The Newcastle United owner claimed his threat to sack the manager was a joke - for everybody's sake, it would be better if he were serious.

THE TIMES: It was difficult to tell what was louder at the Britannia Stadium last night: the clap of thunder that could be heard midway through the first half or the vitriol directed by Newcastle United followers towards Alan Pardew. Either way, Peter Crouch’s first-half header pushed the Newcastle manager closer to the St James’ Park exit door.

DAILY MAIL: Alan Pardew was still absorbing the impact of Peter Crouch’s goal when lightning flashed over the Britannia Stadium and the rumble of thunder drowned the sound of ‘You’re getting sacked in the morning’. Another defeat reopens the debate over his future.

THE GUARDIAN: Alan Pardew vowed to keep on fighting but has also conceded that there is a “big question mark” about his future as Newcastle United manager after a 1-0 defeat at Stoke City left them joint-bottom of the Premier League.

Bruce says North East 'not an easy place to manage'

Hull City boss Steve Bruce offered sympathy to Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew ahead of their Premier League clash this weekend.

Bruce, who spent 18 months as Sunderland manager between 2009 and 2011, said the North East is 'not an easy place to manage'. Bruce also said reports suggesting that he is being lined-up replace Pardew at Newcastle were 'hugely disrespectful'.

Newcastle welcome Hull to St James' Park tomorrow afternoon.

Pardew dismisses Newcastle sale talk

Alan Pardew has dismissed reports that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is looking to sell the club.

Speculation has been mounting that the businessman is willing to listen to offers for Newcastle as he aims to increase his stake in Glasgow giants Rangers. But Pardew said Ashley remains committed to the Magpies.

Pardew claims Colback's move to Newcastle helped secure England call-up

Colback has impressed since joining Newcastle Credit: PA

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has said he is convinced Jack Colback's move from Sunderland to Newcastle was a key factor in his first England call-up.

The 24-year-old midfielder was a surprise inclusion in Roy Hodgson's squad for next month's friendly against Norway and the Euro 2016 qualifier in Switzerland just weeks after leaving Sunderland, where he had been since the age of 10.

Pardew believes the way Colback has negotiated his controversial switch from Wearside to Tyneside will not have gone unnoticed at Soho Square.

The 53-year-old said: "It's great for north-east football, because he did a lot of this [to earn his] call-up at Sunderland."

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