Newcastle United collected 2 points out of their 3 opening matches of the Premier League season in what has been a fairly underwhelming start of season. Manchester City, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace were all of the opponents that the team of Alan Pardew has faced so far in the English club.
Supporters of Newcastle United were expecting to see their club suffer a defeat against Manchester City but it came as a surprise to see the squad of Pardew being unable to come out on top against neither Aston Villa nor Crystal Palace.
There even are a series of rumors that are linking the coach of Newcastle United, Alan Pardew with the possibility of being sacked if he cannot get positive results soon. It seems like the future of the 53 years old English coach could be decided depending on the outcome of his next matches and if this is indeed true and Pardew is being taking into consideration for sacking it will be a sad ending for the 2nd longest serving manager in the Premier League as he took charge of Newcastle United back in December of 2010.
The captain of Newcastle United, Fabricio Coloccini has stepped up to the media and unveiled details concerning his clubs’ summer transfer window activities as well as going on to talk about the condition that the English side is going through but the captain is proud and confident about all of the players that Newcastle United signed.
“I think everyone can see the way the club wants to go. They’ve brought in many players, good players, and the club has ambition as well. We spoke (Coloccini and Mike Ashley) but that is normal, sometimes they (Ashley and his players) are not at the training ground or in the changing room, so sometimes they need to know what has happened. We want to go forward and I think they got that message, they have spent a lot of money.”
It seems like Coloccini is optimistic about the near future of Newcastle United but unless they can start picking up better results soon, the manager is being heavily rumored to be sacked and supporters of the club will not be happy until triumphs are shown.