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Joe Kinnear Proves He Is Not Fit To Be At Newcastle United With Latest Comments

7 years ago
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Joe Kinnear is a blight on our club. The only possible good that can come out of his appointment is if his disgraceful behaviour hastens along proper change to stop Newcastle United continuing to be a laughing stock and pale imitation of what it could and should be.

I will never accept Kinnear as part of our football club, who does he think he is going around slagging the fans off and telling lies, while ‘representing’ us and our club? I know where he can stick those two extra Manager of the year awards that he claims to have won.

This is what he has had to say to the Sunday Times following United legend Alan Shearer having the temerity to criticise Kinnear’s appalling conduct.

“What Shearer says is diabolical. This is a guy who hasn’t got a clue about coaching. Good in five a sides though, so they tell me. The last game of the season he came up with the master idea of playing Damien Duff at left back. Damien is one of the best left wingers in the business but can’t tackle. And we went down with an own goal from Damien. Shearer keeps slagging me off. He is being disrespectful to me but I am entitled to fight back.”

The goal Newcastle conceded was from a corner and took a deflection off Duff, it wasn’t him being exposed as a left-back that lost us that match (and countless others) it was more the fact that Duff and a lot of his mates were exposed as mercenaries who took a fortune and hardly lifted a leg. The idea of Duff’s performances at Newcastle coming under any description close to ‘one of the best left wingers in the business’ is as ridiculous as Kinnear’s behaviour. Kinnear is a disgrace and the fact he refuses to take any responsibility for that relegation despite managing the team that season for more matches than anybody else is the cherry on top of Kinnear’s not very attractive cake.

Compare JFK’s lack of balls to accept responsibility compared to what Alan Shearer said in the aftermath of that Villa match, Shearer only having 8 matches to turn things around after taking over a completely poisonous situation and a disgrace of a dressing room;

“I take my share of responsibility for what has happened and I feel sorry that I’ve let those wonderful supporters down. I have a tremendous relationship with the supporters, for whatever reason, and I’ve worked very, very hard to try to rectify the situation.”

Joe Kinnear is not fit to lace Alan Shearer’s boots.

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