Jonas Gutierrez has launched yet another attack on Mike Ashley and Newcastle United after his treatment by the club.
The Newcastle midfielder saying that the proper way of doing things is ‘man to man, face to face’.
Ryan Taylor and Jonas Gutierrez went public with an interview on Sky Sports, revealing that an embarrassed John Carver had been told to ring the pair of them to let them know they were no longer needed after six and a half years and seven years respectively.
Ryan Taylor explaining how Carver had asked him to pass his phone to Jonas Gutierrez after he had first delivered the news to the versatile scouser.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Sportsweek, Jonas Gutierrez:
“I think man to man, face to face is the nice thing to do. It made me think they don’t care about anything.”
“I had been there seven years and I always did my best. The only 18 months I didn’t play was because I was going through my illness.
“Maybe they could have told me before the end of the season so that I could say thank you to the fans on the pitch after the last game.”
Jonas Gutierrez will be out of contract as of the end of this month and will definitely leave Newcastle.
Both Jonas and Ryan Taylor said that they had no problem with the club’s decision to release them at the end of their contracts.
The pair having a problem though with how the club acted towards two longstanding players.