Pardew's Buying And Selling - The Facts!

Last updated : 10 September 2013 By Footy Mad - Editor

dDespite a load of bollox spoken since he returned to the club, Kinnear has got those facts just about right.

Since the former West Ham boss replaced Chris Hughton in December 2010 he has spent £59,100,000 - but brought in £60,850,000.

We at NU-MAD had words to say about the sale of Andy Carroll when it seemed the £35m all but disappeared, but the figures show that was not the case.

Pardew has been desperate to bring in new faces this summer, and we were lead down the garden path with many of those deals.

But Kinnear is quick to say that Vurnon Anita, Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Yoan Gouffran, Massadio Haïdara, Moussa Sissoko and Kevin Mbabu - brought in last season - were all big money deals.

Here are the facts and figures; make of them what you will.


Demba Ba ... came for free but left for £7m


2011-01-05 MF  Hatem Ben Arfa  OlympiqueMarseille £2m loan + £5m
2011-02-10 FW  Shefki Kuqi Free agent Free
2011-05-25 MF  Mehdi Abeid  Lens Free
2011-06-10 MF  Yohan Cabaye  Lille £4,300,000
2011-06-17 FW  Demba Ba  West Ham United Free
2011-06-18 MF  Sylvain Marveaux  Rennes Free
2011-08-09 MF  Gabriel Obertan  Manchester United £3,250,000
2011-08-30 DF  Davide Santon  Internazionale £5,000,000
2011-08-30 GK  Rob Elliot  Charlton Athletic £300,000
2012-01-17 FW  Papiss Cissé  SC Freiburg £9,000,000 
1 July 2012 MF  Romain Amalfitano  Reims Free
6 July 2012 MF  Gaël Bigirimana  Coventry City £1,000,000
31 July 2012 DF  Curtis Good  Melbourne Heart £500,000
15 August 2012 MF  Vurnon Anita  Ajax £6,700,000
4 January 2013 DF  Mathieu Debuchy  Lille £5.5 million
22 January 2013 DF  Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa  Montpellier £6.7 million
23 January 2013 FW  Yoan Gouffran  Bordeaux £1.4 million
24 January 2013 DF  Massadio Haïdara  Nancy £2 million
24 January 2013 MF  Moussa Sissoko  Toulouse £2.1 million
31 January 2013 DF  Kevin Mbabu  Servette £1 million
4 July 2013 MF  Olivier Kemen Metz £350,000
5 August 2013 ST  Loïc Rémy Queens Park Rangers £2 million

Total spending:  ~ £59,100,000


Kevin Nolan ... £4m bargain


2011-01-31 FW  Andy Carroll  Liverpool £35m
2011-05-25 DF  Sol Campbell Free agent Free
2011-05-25 FW  Shefki Kuqi  Oldham Athletic Free
2011-06-16 MF  Kevin Nolan  West Ham United £4,000,000
2011-06-23 MF  Ben Tozer  Northampton Town Free
2011-06-30 MF  Patrick McLaughlin  York City Free
2011-06-30 DF  Matthew Grieve  Ashington Free
2011-06-30 MF  Daniel Leadbitter  Torquay United Free
2011-06-30 FW  Andy Mogwo  West Auckland Town Free
2011-06-30 MF  Ryan Page  North Shields Free
2011-06-30 GK  Ben Robinson  Trafford Free
2011-06-30 FW  Aaron Spear  ÍBV Free
2011-08-04 MF  Wayne Routledge  Swansea City £2,000,000
2011-08-12 DF  José Enrique  Liverpool £6,000,000
2011-08-26 MF  Joey Barton  Queens Park Rangers Free
2011-09-16 MF  Fabio Zamblera Free agent Free
2011-11-21 MF  Kazenga LuaLua  Brighton & Hove £1,000,000
2012-02-15 MF  Jóan Símun Edmundsson  Viking FK Free
2012-04-01 GK  Ole Söderberg  Molde FK Free
1 June 2012 MF  Alan Smith  Milton Keynes Dons Free
1 June 2012 FW  Peter Løvenkrands  Birmingham City Free
1 June 2012 MF  Danny Guthrie  Reading Free
1 June 2012 FW  Samuel Adjei Free agent Free
1 June 2012 FW  Phil Airey  Blyth Spartans Free
1 June 2012 MF  Ryan Donaldson  Gateshead Free
1 June 2012 DF  Stephen Folan  Limerick Free
1 June 2012 DF  Tamás Kádár  Roda JC Free
1 June 2012 MF  Greg McDermott  Stockport County Free
1 June 2012 DF  Patrick Nzuzi Free agent Free
1 June 2012 FW  Ryan McGorrigan  Gateshead Free 
1 June 2012 MF  Daniel Taylor  Oldham Athletic Free
1 June 2012 DF  Jeff Henderson  Sligo Rovers Free
1 June 2012 DF  Michael Hoganson  Derby County Free
1 June 2012 GK  Alex Baird Free agent Free
1 June 2012 FW  Billy Ions  Leeds United Free
1 June 2012 MF  Ben Sayer Free agent Free
1 June 2012 DF  Louis Storey  Ashington Free
1 June 2012 DF  Lee Toland  Glenavon Free
2 July 2012 FW  Leon Best  Blackburn Rovers £3,000,000
5 July 2012 GK  Fraser Forster  Celtic £2,000,000
4 January 2013 FW  Demba Ba  Chelsea £7 million
31 January 2013 FW  Xisco  Córdoba Free
31 January 2013 MF  Marcus Maddison  St. Johnstone Free
31 January 2013 DF  Michael Riley Free agent Free
31 January 2013 FW  JJ Hooper Free agent Free
31 January 2013 FW  Dennis Knight Free agent Free
1 March 2013 FW  Nile Ranger Free agent Free
1 July 2013 LW  Yven Moyo Free agent Free
1 July 2013 CB  Alex Nicholson Free agent Free
1 July 2013 RB  Lee Desmond Free agent Free
1 July 2013 RB  Alex Kitchen St Johnstone Free
1 July 2013 RW  Esteban Cardona Lopez Free agent Free
1 July 2013 MF  Bradden Inman Crewe Alexandra £100,000 
1 July 2013 RB  Danny Simpson Queens Park Rangers Free
3 July 2013 RB  James Perch Wigan Athletic £750,000
15 July 2013 GK  Steve Harper Hull City Free

Total income:  ~ £60,850,000



Saturday September 14

12:45    Man Utd v Crystal Palace
15:00    Aston Villa v Newcastle United
15:00    Fulham v West Brom
15:00    Hull City v Cardiff City
15:00    Stoke City v Manchester City
15:00    Sunderland v Arsenal
15:00    Tottenham v Norwich City
17:30    Everton v Chelsea

Sunday September 15

16:00    Southampton v West Ham United

Monday September 16

20:00    Swansea City v Liverpool



Krul, Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa, Coloccini, Santon, Ben Arfa, Sissoko, Anita 65' (Cabaye), Marveaux 74' (Remy), Shola Ameobi 65' (Gouffran), Cisse
Subs: Gosling, Elliot, Sammy Ameobi, Dummett

Krul, Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa, Coloccini, Santon, Ben Arfa, Sissoko, Anita, Marveaux 66' (Sammy Ameobi), Shola Ameobi, Cisse 72'
Subs: Gosling, Bigirimana, Elliot, Vuckic, Dummett

Krul, Debuchy, Coloccini, S Taylor, Yanga-Mbiwa, Sissoko, Tiote, Gouffran 45+4' (Dummett), Ben Arfa 65' (Sammy Ameobi), Gutierrez 44' (Anita), Cisse
Subs: Elliot, Marveaux, Shola Ameobi, Obertan


MORECAMBE 0 NEWCASTLE 2 (Shola Ameobi, Sammy Ameobi)
Elliot, Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa, Good, Dummett, Bigirimana, Gosling, Marveaux 88' (Sissoko), Vuckic 46' (Shola Ameobi), Sammy Ameobi, Gouffran 71' (Ben Arfa)
Subs: Santon, Anita, Alnwick, Streete


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    1. Tim Krul
    26. Mathieu Debuchy
    13. Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa
    2. Fabricio Coloccini
    3. Davide Santon
    10. Hatem Ben Arfa
    7. Moussa Sissoko
    8. Vurnon Anita 65'
    22. Sylvain Marveaux 74'
    23. Shola Ameobi 65'
    9. Papiss Cisse


    4. Yohan Cabaye 65'
    11. Yoan Gouffran 65'
    14. Loic Remy 74'
    15. Dan Gosling
    21. Rob Elliot
    28. Sammy Ameobi
    36. Paul Dummett

Hatem Ben Arfa ended Newcastle's wait for a Barclays Premier League goal after 411 minutes to hand Alan Pardew a precious victory over Fulham.

The France international produced a piece of individual magic four minutes from time to create half a yard of space and rifle a stunning left-foot shot past the helpless David Stockdale to claim a first league win of the season.

Until his last-gasp intervention, it looked like being another frustrating afternoon for Pardew and his players as chances came and went without the deadlock being broken.

Papiss Cisse saw a 78th-minute header come back off the crossbar and Yoan Gouffran, who passed up a glorious opportunity against West Ham last weekend, glanced a header harmlessly wide with the goal with his mercy after Yohan Cabaye had been introduced to a mixed reception as a second-half substitute.

But Ben Arfa's inspiration proved enough to send Newcastle into the international break with the win they craved, although with Cabaye's future unresolved and a desperate search for reinforcements ongoing.

Newcastle dominated for long periods as Fulham arrived prepared to soak up what pressure their hosts could muster and then hit them on the break.

However, the killer instinct which has deserted since the end of last season continued to be conspicuous by its absence as a series of openings, albeit few of them clear-cut, went begging.

Mathieu Debuchy and Cisse were both denied by Stockdale before the break, and the keeper did well to claim Ben Arfa's deflected 62nd-minute effort.

Pardew sent on loan signing Loic Remy, the only new face to arrive at St James' Park so far this summer, with 16 minutes remaining, and his arrival prompted a fresh assault on the Fulham goal, although ultimately to no avail.

And it might have been even worse for the 52-year-old when Adel Taarabt was presented with the ball by Fabricio Coloccini 15 yards out, although keeper Tim Krul, who had earlier clawed away Bryan Ruiz's goal-bound free-kick, saved once again.



Saturday September 14
15:00 Premier League
Aston Villa v Newcastle United

Saturday September 21
15:00 Premier League
Newcastle United v Hull City

Wednesday September 25
19:45 League Cup - 3rd Rnd
Newcastle United v Leeds United

Monday September 30
20:00 Premier League
Everton v Newcastle United

Saturday October 5
15:00 Premier League
Cardiff City v Newcastle United

Saturday October 19
12:45 Premier League
Newcastle United v Liverpool

Sunday October 27
13:30 Premier League
Sunderland v Newcastle United