Pardew's 'Death Stare' (Or Fear Of Fan Backlash?)

Last updated : 30 August 2014 By Footy Mad - Editor

However, he plays it down saying it was the head butt incident at Hull (rather than the booing) that has changed his mood.

Alan Pardew: “I think it’s important that I’ve shown that since the incident (at Hull).

"I limit my time on the sidelines because I am passionate and I want to win the game.

"I’m not going to change that, but I will try to keep it under wraps to a degree. I’m a changed man this year.

“Neil (Warnock) gets emotional but I’ve never really had a problem with him.

"I think once at Sheffield United we might have had a bit of an issue, but it didn’t take me long to give him the death stare and he backed off. He knows my death stare is better than his.

“With the sort of turmoil that has happened at Palace, I think Warnock is probably a good choice.

"Neil has the experience to deal with the fact that they need to stay in the Premier League to grow as a club. They have had one year and that doesn’t really count."