Pardew urges fans' patience
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has called on the club's fans to hold judgement on the start of the team's season till the 10th game.
Having finished in fifth place in the Premier League last season, the Magpies have made a slow start to the current campaign with four points from their first three games in the top flight. Newcastle, who you can back using your free bet, have also been in action in the Europa League, in which they have reached the group stages of the European competition. Having come through the international break, Newcastle are preparing to take on Everton on Monday and Pardew believes the side should not be judged on the first few games of the season. He told The Journal: "We have done okay. We have had a decent start and I'm looking forward to the Everton game. "All of us managers are just trying to get our teams nailed down. After 10 games is when you can judge whether or not you have made a good start to the season, a bad start or just an indifferent start - and at the moment we are just getting going."