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Crystal Palace have finally appointed a new manager. Roy Hodgson having departed at the end of the 2020/21 Premier League season. An official Crystal Palace announcement (see below) on Sunday…
Patrick Vieira was allegedly interviewed back in 2015 by Newcastle United. After John Carver was sacked, the former Arsenal star said to have talked to NUFC about potentially becoming the…
it appears that Pardew and those who have followed, have managed to turn our Patrick Vieira into Gabriel Obertan.
If Patrick Vieira knocked Newcastle back, it confirms no credible prospective Manager would touch the ‘model’ Mike Ashley has put in place.
Freddy Shepherd says that Mike Ashley has learned his lesson and will buy players, whilst the former Chairman hopes John Carver stays at the club…
News has broken Patrick Vieira no longer being considered for the Newcastle United job, with club now set to talk to John Carver within the next 48 hours.
Looking at the betting market for who’s going to be our next boss, there’s little to choose between Patrick Vieira and Steve McClaren at time of writing.
Major changes in the betting odds for next Newcastle manager, with currently a duel at the top – but past experience telling us things can quickly change.
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.
Patrick Vieira is to meet NUFC representatives this week ahead of potentially becoming next Newcastle boss, according to Sky Sports sources.
Mike Ashley asks Newcastle United fans to be patient when queuing for season tickets today
Yoshinori Muto in ‘advanced talks’ with new club – Report
Axel Tuanzebe could be set to sign for Newcastle United after talks with Manchester United
Joe Willock move to Newcastle United looking very unlikely as other clubs move in
Lack of communication from Newcastle United, can anybody explain why…?