Losing Streaks

In every full season as Newcastle United manager, Alan Pardew has gone on a run of games that lasted at least one third of the season where his win ratio was between 14% and 29%:

10/11 – 14 games / 2 wins (14%)

11/12 – 17 games / 5 wins (29%)

12/13 – 14 games / 2 wins (14%)

13/14 – 20 games / 4 wins (20%)

Source: Historic NUFC results


Alan Pardew was the first Newcastle United manager to lose 6 consecutive Premier League games.

Source: Statto


In the 2013-14 season, Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United lost 4 home games in a row without scoring a goal – the first time in the club’s entire history that this has happened.

Source: Statto


In the 2012-13 season, Newcastle under Alan Pardew lost their final 3 home games, the only time in the club’s history that they have done so.

Source: Statto

  • Stephen Seaward

    Alan Pardew was the first newcastle manager to concede seven in the premíer league

  • ToonTang

    …But surely the success rate of the lofted ball to the back post from every set piece overrides any of his managerial shortcomings…

  • Aaron505

    He has to be the worst Newcastle manager since the Premiership began. The only contender is Sounness who would have probably done a lot better if he had Graham Carr buying all his players instead of Sheppard. Imagine how bad Pardew would be if he’d been able to sign more of his own players (like Obertan)