One of the few Newcastle players to have a decent handle over most of the issues affecting the club is Mick Quinn.
Once again he hasn’t let us down by giving the kind of overview on the current shambles that other ex-United players are incapable of seeing, or don’t want to rock the boat with the club.
Asked about the decision to give John Carver the job until the end of the season, Mick Quinn slaughtered the lack of ambition and said that he didn’t believe Carver was up to teh job and it was an insult to the fans.
Mick Quinn on Talksport;
“It wasn’t a surprise was it?
“It is the cheaper option for the club. There’s no improvement in the team since John (Carver) took over.”
Not goo enough;
“He may just show people what he’s made of but the jury’s out as far as I’m concerned.
“Is he good enough for Newcastle? Based on the last five games, no he’s not good enough.”
Insult to the fans;
“It smacks very much of a lack of ambition and it is an insult to the fans.
“There’s just no ambition and while Ashley is there the soul of the club is rotting away slowly, he is only interested in making money.”