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Quite the mixed bag from Steve McClaren. Moments of brilliance combined with some horror shows.
Steve McClaren has held talks with Newcastle United according to reports but is it a done deal when he is back off holiday?
Strike lucky on a good player, or fall into tactics that work and then Bam! We end up in freefall to a level below where we even started.
Patrick Vieira states it’s essential he’s given the right ‘tools’ before he takes any managerial job and the freedom to get on with the role as he sees fit.
In the black & white corner, defending his title, we have John ‘best coach in the Premier League’ versus Steve ‘the wally with the brolly’ McClaren.
Michael Laudrup has been linked with both the Newcastle and West Ham jobs but has made clear he has no interest in either.
John Carver has claimed that he NEVER regrets anything that he says….
John Carver’s fall from grace is already complete, no way back for him even if we stay up – if given the role full time the club will spiral into obscurity.
There were reports this week that Newcastle United had approached David Moyes to become the next Newcastle manager after Steve McClaren turned the job down
As well as Milliband or Cameron getting the top job, John Carver also expects to get confirmation next week that he’s got the Head Coach role long-term.
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