Pardew already out of time

Despite Newcastle’s recent resurgence with three consecutive wins in league and cup, it’s all too little, too late from Alan Pardew writes Adam Widdrington.

Pardew’s Newcastle still have it all to prove going forward

Ten-man Newcastle came away from Villa Park with a well-earned point, but it may be seen as a missed opportunity by boss Alan Pardew who saw his side fail to hit the back of the net for the second consecutive game, and continue to struggle as an attacking force.

Ten years of Newcastle v Sunderland

Which of the North East giants have enjoyed most success in the last decade?

Newcastle in 2014/15 – A new hope?

Can Alan Pardew’s ‘new look’ Newcastle win over his critics?

Can mid-table clubs progress in the Premier League?

Are mid-table Premier League teams trapped in no man’s land?

Why are Newcastle in no man’s land?

James Bailey examines Newcastle’s disappointing 2013-14 season

Is exploiting the loan market a sustainable transfer strategy?

Do clubs need to spend large sums on transfer fees to succeed?

Shooting stars: Which Premier League clubs spend most on their attack?

Half a billion pounds spent on new strikers since 2011 – but who has made the best buys?

Mike Ashley and Newcastle United – should he stay or should he go?

With continuing discontent on Tyneside, is now the time for change at Newcastle United?

Re-defining success: how well is your club really doing?

Is there a better way to judge who is over, or under, performing in the Premier League?