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One of these managers to replace Pardew at Newcastle?

first_img 6 6 Steve Bruce – boyhood Newcastle fan to return ‘home’? Click the arrow for more Pardew alternatives – Former Newcastle striker Micky Quinn believes Alan Pardew’s time as Newcastle manager is up and has lost the Magpies dressing room. Here, talkSPORT looks at some potential replacements, beginning with Hull manager Steve Bruce, who was rejected by the Toon as a youngster, before embarking on a playing career that peaked with glory at Man United. As a manager, his stock is high having led Hull to an FA Cup final appearance and he has built a strong squad, with a particularly fruitful summer window. Bruce, a north east native and former manager of Sunderland, said: “I find it very disrespectful that I am linked with somebody else’s job when he is still in the job.” Nice swerve, Brucie! Tim Sherwood – Spur of the moment appointment? – Another manager who is out of work is Tim Sherwood after leaving Tottenham in the summer. He’d probably tell you how brilliant he is at his job, while talking about himself in the third person. Joking aside, though, Sherwood is something of an unknown quantity, having been thrust into the Spurs job midway through last season, with mixed results/ There was outrage when Chris Hughton was sacked as Newcastle manager in 2010, but right now there wouldn’t be too many tears shed into the Tyne if current boss Alan Pardew loses his job.From start to finish, Toon fans sitting in the away end at St Mary’s for the 4-0 loss to Southampton told Pardew exactly what they thought of him. It wasn’t good.If things continue this way, it’s not looking good for someone who was rewarded for finishing fifth in the 2011/12 season with an eight-year contract, but who are the potential replacements?Take a look at the gallery above. 6 Frank de Boer – pass the Dutchie? – He was heavily linked with the Tottenham job before Mauricio Pochettino was given the role and De Boer is thought to be keen to try his luck elsewhere. Under De Boer at Ajax, current Newcastle man Siem de Jong was a key player and the attacker eventually became the boss’ captain. Neil Lennon – champion! – Like David Moyes, Lennon is out of work at the moment, so Mike Ashley would not have to pay any clubs compensation on top of any payout made to Pardew. Lennon left Celtic at the end of last season and appears eager to try his hand at a more challenging league having won three league titles and two Scottish Cups in four years. David Moyes – better the ex-Red Devil you know? – Rio Ferdinand has not exactly given Moyes a glowing reference, revealing in his new autobiography: “Sometimes our main tactic was the long, high, diagonal cross. It was embarrassing.” However, the former Everton and Man United manager is still among the favourites to land the job, and Man United’s tough start to the season – before they splashed silly money – has backed up assertions that Moyes was dealt a losing hand at Old Trafford. Besides, Ferdinand’s gripe that Moyes stated he was dropped in favour of players with ‘more pace’ was hardly shocking. Tony Pulis – if the cap fits… – Pulis won many admirers for halting Crystal Palace’s slide last campaign and is out of a job since his unexpected departure days before the start of the Premier League season. The defence would certainly be a lot more organised with him around, and he represents tried and tested managerial experience with relative success. 6 6 6last_img

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