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Pardew given permission to rebuild

first_img That may dismay his most ardent critics, but the fact remains that a 10th-place finish met Ashley’s minimum requirement for a season during which the goal-posts were moved significantly by the January sale of Yohan Cabaye to Paris St Germain. Pardew, of course, survived after his head-butt on Hull midfielder David Meyler in March, which drew a hefty fine from his club, but not the delivery of his P45, and the owner seems prepared to allow him to continue as he searches for the form and flair which brought the Magpies a top-five finish two seasons ago. Whether or not he can persuade an increasingly rebellious fan-base to give him another chance, however, remains to be seen. The mood at St James’ Park has turned ugly in recent weeks as a season which got off to a more than promising start – the club sat in sixth place on Boxing Day and looked poised for an assault on the big guns above – imploded. Cabaye’s departure, or more accurately, the decision not to replace him, had a crippling effect on a team in which he had been the driving force. Pardew had no desire to lose the France international, nor any power to prevent him from leaving, and the failure to replace him had little to do with him either. However, he freely accepts his share of the blame for what followed as a collective negativity saw Newcastle slide alarmingly into the back-waters of mid-table with barely a whimper to invite charges of a lack of ambition. Asked what the summer would hold for him ahead of Sunday’s trip to Anfield, Pardew replied simply, “Work”, and what happens over the next three months or so seems likely to determine exactly how much longer he remains in post. The 52-year-old ended the Barclays Premier League campaign with a 2-1 defeat at Liverpool, his side’s seventh reverse in its final eight fixtures, with some fans once again making their feelings plain. However, Press Association Sport understands he will head into his annual end-of-season debrief with owner Mike Ashley this week with his job under no immediate threat. Under-pressure Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will be given the opportunity to rebuild his team after a difficult conclusion to the season. His main task will be to rebuild a squad which has given him limited options, and there will be departures as well as arrivals. The likes of Hatem Ben Arfa, Sylvain Marveaux and Gabriel Obertan appear to have little future on Tyneside – the former has become something of a talisman for disaffected fans, although his contribution this season has been minimal – while Shola Ameobi is out of contract and his younger brother Sammy faces an anxious wait to see if he will have a part to play. But recruitment will be key after two transfer windows during which the club did not make a single permanent signing, and Pardew has hinted he would like to shop in a different market this time around. Chief scout Graham Carr’s contacts in Europe have seen the club exploit the French and Dutch markets in recent seasons, but the manager is keen to bring a more British flavour to the group as he plots the way forward under new managing director Lee Charnley. Sunderland’s out-of-contract midfielder Jack Colback and Swansea counterpart Jonjo Shelvey have been mentioned in dispatches, although their current employers have designs of their own, and only time will tell whether or not Pardew gets his wish. Press Associationlast_img read more

Videoslots shows poker hand acquiring PKR technology assets

first_img Genesis to appeal UKGC’s ‘disproportionate suspension’ July 23, 2020 Related Articles TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Share Submit Ray Wilson, AMLGS: Industry deserves praise for its reaction to a new normal July 23, 2020 Alexander StevendahlMalta-based independent igaming firm Videoslots ( has informed that it has agreed to acquire bankrupt PKR’s online poker technology.Updating stakeholders, Videoslots CEO Alexander Stevendahl detailed initial plans for his firm to relaunch PKR’s ‘unique 3D poker room’. Furthermore, VideoSlots will add a PKR technology downloadable application to its flagship online casino vertical.Suffering from player liquidity and cash flow issues, legacy online poker room PKR entered administration last May.Once a leading destination for online poker players, PKR’s significant drop in active players saw the firm merge its standalone platform with Microgaming’s MPN network in order to counter player liquidity factors.At present, Videoslots plans for PKR remain vague. However, Stevendahl is pleased to have undertaken VideoSlots first acquisition taking over all PKR’s related poker assets.“The purchase of PKR’s unique 3D poker clients provides us with the platform to introduce a proven poker product to our customers.” Stevendahl details “Videoslots has led the way in shaping the online casino sector in recent years and we will be looking to offer the same innovative experience with our poker product.”last_img read more

Farmers Insurance Open: Justin Rose grabs lead after stellar 6-under 66

first_imgJustin Rose had everything going for him on Friday at the Farmers Insurance Open.Rose was hitting good drives, putting irons close and knocking in putts from range. That being said, it’s easy to see how he followed up his first-round 63 with a 6-under 66 on Friday. Jon Rahm, who was in the lead at the end of Round 1 after a 10-under 62, shot a less-than-stellar even-par 72. He is tied for third place with Ryan Palmer and Billy Horschel.Only perfect. 💯💪🎯 @JonRahmPGA 🎯#LiveUnderPar— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 25, 2019Palmer tallied his second straight 5-under 67 to move to 10 under.Rory McIlroy posted one of the best rounds of the day with a 7-under 65 to move to 8 under for the tournament after a tough first round on Thursday.His round was highlighted by a beautiful hole out for eagle at the 17th.WOW! 🦅@McIlroyRory just one-hopped it in for EAGLE.#LiveUnderPar— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 25, 2019Tiger Woods is still working to find his feel and flirted with the cut line on the day which finished up at 3 under.The 14-time major winner had an up-and-down day at Torrey Pines on Friday shooting a 2-under 70 to move to 4 under for the tournament. He leads the field by three shots at 15 under for the tournament.Hideki Matsuyama posted his second consecutive 6-under 66 to move to 12 under for the tournament. He sits alone in second place. Related News The 43-year-old had his moments on the afternoon though as he knocked in a birdie on his eighth hole which was No. 17, but he followed that up with a double bogey at his ninth which put him back to even par on his round.He did manage to knock in back-to-back birdies on his back nine which included a chip-in birdie on his 13th hole.🚨 @TigerWoods chip-in 🚨Back-to-back birdies for TW.#LiveUnderPar— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 25, 2019Some notable players to miss the cut include Cameron Champ, Patrick Cantlay, Charl Schwartzel and Abraham Ancer. Tiger Woods flirting with the cut line in second roundlast_img read more