Newcastle United will be hoping for a response to last weekend's result when they visit West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has dismissed reports that there is rift among players at the club
The Magpies continue their push for a top-four finish tonight when they travel to Chelsea
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has confirmed the club will not be doing any more business in the transfer market before the window closes tonight.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has admitted a Football Association charge of misconduct.
The Magpies boss was charged after pushing assistant referee Peter Kirkrup during his side's 2-1 win over Tottenham on Saturday. Pardew had until 4pm today to respond to the charge.
Speaking at a pre-match press conference in Greece ahead of Newcastle's Europa League clash with Atromitos, Pardew said: "We have to do the procedure that has to take place and we are following that through.
"We are doing a letter on my call on what I thought happened at the weekend.
"But we have pleaded guilty and we will go to see the FA and see what punishment is going to come to fruition."
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says Manchester City are the best team his side have faced this season.
The Magpies were beaten 2-0 by City at St James' Park on Sunday - putting Roberto Mancini's men on the brink of their first top-flight league title win since 1968.
The result also means Newcastle have to win away at Everton in their final game of the campaign to stand any chance of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
After Sunday's game, Pardew said: "They looked at their best when they'd scored. Up until that point we kept them very quiet."
"Their back four was as strong as we've played against, and if I'm honest, they're the best team we've played this year."
Newcastle are now two points behind third placed Arsenal, and a point behind fourth placed Tottenham after both London clubs recorded only a point at the weekend.
On his side's chances of finishing in the top four, Pardew said: "There's a simple equation - we have to win at Everton, which might not be enough. But that's what we need to do."
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says he doesn't think his side will earn a Champions League place this season because the gap between them and the Premier League's top four is "too big to breach".
Our crew are ready and waiting for Alan Pardew to emerge at Newcastle United's press conference ahead of Sunday's home game against Norwich.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew gives his verdict on Fabricio Coloccini and Tim Krul signing new long-term contracts with the club.
Newcastle United have announced that captain Fabricio Coloccini and goalkeeper Tim Krul have signed new contracts with the club.
The announcement was made by Magpies boss Alan Pardew this morning ahead of tomorrow's Tyne-Wear derby against Sunderland.