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Sam Allardyce speaking on Monday morning, you could have written the script. Talking about the five goal surrender at the King Power Stadium, Fat Sam has taken the opportunity to…
Tuesday morning has seen derogatory comments made about Sam Allardyce. What could there possibly be not to like? Well the one doing the insulting is Michael Owen. Pushing his new…
When you put the ingredients together it is never going to end well: Sam Allardyce, a Talksport studio, the subject is Newcastle United. Sam Allardyce at it again. Fat Sham…
Wednesday night brought a breaking story reporting that Sam Allardyce had been offered the Newcastle United job. The Mail had the exclusive (see below) and said that Allardyce had turned…
It has been revealed that Mike Ashley has offered the Newcastle United job to Sam Allardyce, only for Big Sham to turn him down. The Mail say they were told…
n August Sam Allardce said Rafa had full control of transfers and getting ‘every penny’, now says Ashley genuinely wants to sell NUFC.
Another Sam Allardyce classic as he backs Mike Ashley, declaring only time will tell if Rafa has spent wisely on transfers this summer.
As Mike Ashley and Rafa Benitez battle it out on the transfer front, some surprising new quotes from Sam Allardcye on Newcastle situation.
Sam Allardyce “I believe I should still be the England manager…I still don’t know why (I was sacked).”
Yes take over a club, get it to safety, but then build. Yet that doesn’t ever seem to happen with Sam Allardyce.
The biggest worry about Mike Ashley sale of Gallowgate land not previously talked about
Aston Villa fans comments on Newcastle United match – Getting the retaliation in first
Disaster for Martin Dubravka on Saturday night
10 games in 41 days but only 8 in 85 days, when did anybody at Newcastle United ever vote for this?
Football finance expert shows Mike Ashley lack of Newcastle ambition with inflation adjusted transfer spending