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It’s something that Newcastle United can’t really punish the players for as it is their (transfer policy) model in place…
Newcastle United need to change their transfer policy if they have any intention of stability in the near future.
Jermaine Jenas believes that Newcastle United’s transfer policy under Mike Ashley is fatally flawed.
It only takes two words to show how ridiculous the transfer policy is at Newcastle, rigidly imposed by Mike Ashley. The two words? ‘Jamie’ and ‘Vardy’.
A bit like the Christmas decorations looking all too shabby after the party season has finished, so do the remnants of the failed French experiment.
Newcastle United’s transfer policy continues to be a disaster – the squad filled with players on big wages/contracts who can’t be shifted.
I would suggest Newcastle United’s transfer policy and wage/age cap has the opposite effect and actually loses money for the club.
Transfer policy: ‘Buying players whose careers are “on the way up”, rather than buying players who are nearing the end of their careers…”
The root of our problem lies at the feet of one man…..not Ashley, McLaren, Carver, Pardew, Hughton or Kinnear. That man is Graham Carr.
Two things continually thrown at Newcastle United, no ambition and as soon as we buy a player we are looking to sell for a profit.
Richard Masters and Gary Hoffman have to resign after these Premier League revelations
They say yes Steve Bruce football is terrible but look at results – Have you seen the table?
Former Newcastle strikers top Championship scorers – Massive mistake letting them go or just way it is?
Mike Ashley and the Premier League mid-table myth
Newcastle United could have been Everton