Alan Pardew has said that the fans of Newcastle United deserve a special price for standing by the club at through thick and thin. Many expected that Newcastle United will not be able to return straight back into the Premier League after their relegation to the championship a few seasons ago.
However, spurred on by their frantic support, Newcastle United have been able to come back into the Premier League. Even better is the fact that they are now capable of challenging for the European places, and manager Alan Pardew reckons that one of the main reasons for it is due to the support of the crowds.
Newcastle are now at the lowest they have ever been on the Premier league betting indexes, and their fans are widely acknowledged to be the passionate crowd amongst the various Premier League teams.
One of the best examples of their support team in the recent match against Swansea city. Even though Newcastle United struggled to break down the newly promoted Swansea city, there was no disgruntle amongst the fans. This, according to Alan Pardew, was one of the main reasons Newcastle United were able to avoid defeat against Swansea city. Alan Pardew says that he will be repaying their faith by leading the team to victory in the match against West Bromwich Albion tonight.
“I thanked them for their patience on Saturday. No one wants to see a 0-0, especially when it’s freezing cold. The one thing I do know about Wednesday night is that we’ll have the floodlights on. It creates a special atmosphere, and that’ll be an advantage for us,” Alan Pardew said ahead of the match with West Brom.
Newcastle United can claim back into the top six with a victory over West Brom, but it is easier said than done, as West Brom will be looking for victory after last week’s defeat to Wigan. Newcastle face Manchester United in the New Year, and will need their fans to be at their best to help them overcome the Red Devils like Blackburn Rovers did.