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WATCH Newcastle United Manager Alan Pardew Cussing Out Manuel Pellegrini [VIDEO]

alan pardew WATCH Newcastle United Manager Alan Pardew Cussing Out Manuel Pellegrini [VIDEO]

Incensed by the referee’s decision to disallow a brilliant goal by Cheick Tiote against Manchester City, Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew verbally abused Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini on the touchline.

While there’s no audio available of the incident, it appears that Pardew said (see video below) “Shut yours, you f***ing old c***.”

While people can say things in the heat of the moment they later regret, Manuel Pellegrini deserves an apology from Pardew. At the same time, the match officials owe Pardew an apology, which will probably never happen unfortunately.

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13 Responses to WATCH Newcastle United Manager Alan Pardew Cussing Out Manuel Pellegrini [VIDEO]

  1. Adam says:

    I wonder if he kisses his mother with that mouth.

  2. Smokey Bacon says:

    Happens all the time, get over it. Plus you can’t see what Pellegrini said to Pardew. They all have potty mouths, probably. Even Wenger.

  3. Flyvanescence says:

    Why should he have to apologize? What if hes not sorry?

  4. CTBlues says:

    West Brom got an apology from a ref this year Newcastle should get one too.

    • Flyvanescence says:

      What about the Nasri incident and the fact that Cabaye should have been booked a second time.

      Mike Jones was a joke today, and his poor refereeing affected both sides. Nasri has been City’s best player this season (other than Aguero) and Mbiwa went at him twice before he injured him. Only a yellow my right earlobe.

      • dust says:

        Negredo or YaYa Surely, both have been incredible for city this year

        • Flyvanescence says:

          Negredo has been immense but Nasri has been main creative force that has allowed Negredo and Aguero to flourish. Hes been at the heart of everything.

          As for Yaya, he has been very good but a tad inconsistent.

  5. Abdirahman says:

    Head of the officials mike riley should have to apologize newcastle fc as hall team as he did same for westbrom this is really shame.. If this not happened i would be surprised.

  6. Mark Williamson says:

    I am sure Pardew is sorry for the words he used, but his anger was justified, not toward Pellegrini. In my opinion Newcastle had City’s number and had them figured out. If that goal had stood the dynamic of the game would have been different…maybe a tie. Who knows, but I do think the league needs to allow at least one but no more than two, one per team, video reviews. This would be just, fair and eliminate these situations. I believe in the human element of the game, but not that element changing the outcome of a game. Especially in this years wild title race.

  7. pitchinvader says:

    I don’t know much about English culture but if an NFL coach walked to his opposite number and called him a ‘f@#king old C#@t’, it’s going to be mayhem on the grid!

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