Pardew cut into evens to be out before next season
Alan Pardew is evens with bookmaker Coral to leave Newcastle before the opening game of the 2014/15 season following his sixth consecutive defeat last night at the hands of Arsenal. The Toon boss has been coming under increasing pressure from his club’s own supporters recently; however, he is odds-on at 8-11 to be their manager for the first fixture of the next Premier League campaign.
If Pardew was to get the sack for his poor run of form, Coral expect David Moyes to be the likely replacement at St James’ Park as the Scot is 9-4 to be the next Newcastle manager.
With two games to go in the season, Pardew will be hoping to get positive results in those matches to help save his job. Coral go 3-1 that Newcastle lose both of those fixtures to extend their run of defeats to eight.
“Newcastle fans are starting to become restless now in Alan Pardew and although he is still odds-on to still be in charge next season, his price on an exit has been getting shorter after each game recently,” said Coral’s John Hill.
**Alan Pardew to be in charge of Newcastle for first game of 2014/15 season.
8-11 Yes, Evs No.
**Newcastle to lose final two league games.
**David Moyes to be the next permanent Newcastle manager.
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