Pay per Head: Pardew dedicates win to Newcastle’s fans

Alan PardewAlan Pardew, Newcastle manager, dedicated his team’s win over Cardiff to the club’s supporters following their loss on Monday night to Everton, and pay per head services could see that their fans were thrilled.

Newcastle bounced back from their upsetting showing against Everton with a 2-1 victory at the Cardiff City Stadium, easing the pressure on Pardew.

Pay per head services saw that in the first half, Loic Remy scored twice, setting Newcastle on the path to victory, and even though Peter Odemwingie pulled back a goal in the second half, Newcastle was able to hold on, taking all three points.

Pardew and pay per head services following Newcastle praised the team’s performance during the first half, and the manager said that during his time in charge, it was one of the best opening 45 minutes that he saw from the team.

“I have tried to set the team up with a more offensive look all year and we paid the price as we’ve not been as tight as a team if you are going to do that, but we were today,” Pardew told Sky Sports.

“First half – wow – was some performance it really was, one of the best halves I have seen as Newcastle manager.

“But this team does really need a health warning because second half we didn’t keep it as well or create as much as we would’ve liked, but still had great opportunities and we had a blatant handball there which should have seen the game off but we had to have a grandstand finish unfortunately.

“It’s a great win for our fans because we let them down on Monday.”

Pardew admits that despite the win, his side are still missing consistency as they put up with a nervous second half to clinch the win, but price per head services are confident that they’ll continue to improve.

“Some of the performances in the first half were truly outstanding, Yohan Cabaye’s in particular, but what we have got to do as I keep saying as manager of this team is get some consistency because even in this game there were little moments of consistency that need to improve,” added Pardew.

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“I feel sorry for my backline as every time we make a mistake we get punished for it.

“I thought for my defence, other than the goal, were solid today, the goalie looked confident and that’s good after Monday night when we had a really difficult night.”