Alan Pardew wants to restore harmony with fans

Alan Pardew manager of Newcastle United looks on fromthge stands during the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Manchester United at St James' Park on April 5, 2014
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Alan Pardew is looking to restore harmony with the Newcastle United fans after four defeats in a row.

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has claimed that he intends to restore harmony between the team and the fans.

The Magpies have lost their last four league games without scoring a goal and could find themselves slipping down the table very soon.

Pardew admits that the team has not been good enough recently but wants to restore the unity that the club had earlier in the season.

"If you lose four on the trot as Newcastle manager it will always be difficult," he told reporters.

"We all have to shoulder responsibility, none more so than myself. I think the fans are fair, and we haven't been fair to them recently with our performances.

"I want to bring back that harmony we had with them not so long ago."

Newcastle's next game is against Swansea City on Saturday afternoon.

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