The independent voice of Newcastle United since 1988
Get your daily update and weekly newsletter by signing up today!
Who is the most disastrous Newcastle United Manager of the Mike Ashley era? Five very strong candidates but this is who fans chose.
Joe Kinnear reacts to Newcastle’s first win of the season, amongst other things…”I’ve had a lot of mentions of Kebabs, can anyone recommend me a good one in London?”
But how does offering this level of control to Carr, like Newcastle United have in recent seasons, differentiate from giving this level of control to an old school manager.
John Carver had a 15% win ratio, Joe Kinnear 22%. In fairness, they never had the lolly spent on their team that this wally has had.
Remi Garde: “Charles N’Zogbia is not the worst person I have ever met….”
Explaining what went on after the Leicester defeat, Gini Wijnaldum reveals that Steve McClaren ‘explained he was not mad’.
To top a very bad derby day, I had to rub my eyes as I realised Joe Kinnear had been given a third chance at Newcastle United.
Yohan Cabaye: “It is hard for me to describe that club, Newcastle, for me, should be one of the best in the country. I loved the club.”
Mike Ashley has a habit of putting people in positions of authority in which they clearly are not suited to, or capable of.
That phrase, ‘moving in mysterious ways’, is surely a perfect description for Newcastle United under Mike Ashley.
Mike Ashley has replacement already lined up for Rafa Benitez
Ian Wright slaughters Mike Ashley on Rafa Benitez leaving Newcastle United – A must read
It’s not YOUR club it is Mike Ashley’s and I’m not going to play along anymore
Mike Ashley PR people now pushing Rafa Benitez / New Manager propaganda to media
The key points of Mike Ashley message to Newcastle United fans