Dennis Wise Lined Up To Replace Graham Carr And Complete The Circus, Sorry – The Management Team
Yesterday’s events have left me pacing around the room, one second I’m vigorously shaking my head and the next I’m laughing like a mentalist. Then I pour another drink.
A part of me really hopes that Newcastle United do indeed appoint Dennis Wise as king of scouting over and above Graham Carr. After Kinnear’s self-proclamation yesterday, I say bring it on with our friend little Dennis.
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Apparently despite ‘managing’ Newcastle United for most of the relegation season Joe reckons, “People in and around that club were trying to implicate me in fact we got relegated. That was load of crap. We wouldn’t have got relegated.”
While his explanation for fans not taking to him, “Because I wasn’t a Geordie that went against me. My record is there for all to see.” This nonsense has obviously been talked out so many times and of course explains why we all hate Les Ferdinand, Kevin Keegan, Robert Lee, Tino Asprilla, Supermac, Shay Given and indeed everybody else who wasn’t born within 100 yards of the Tyne. Though Joe does inadvertently hit the nail on the head, yes your record at Newcastle ‘is there for all to see’ and that ius why we think you’re a joke!
I can’t wait for Dennis Wise’s press conference/self-proclamation…“They don’t like geezers who are only two feet tall up there, especially cockernee ones.”
While I can just hear Dennis saying, “Them Geordies tried to pin Kevin leaving on me, we woz great together and got on well. He never had a problem wiv me telling him wot to do”.
Transfers, “My transfers woz great, all of them kids wot I got have dun magic. Look at that Nile Ranger, he’s never out of the headlines. Still proud of that Xisco geezer I got them from somebody down the Queen Vic. He cost a few monkeys he did but look at what they saved in not having to buy him new boots and no kit to clean.”
At Newcastle United, fact is almost always stranger than fiction.
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