As per our customary summer transfer escapades of signing absolutely no-one, the latest name to be linked with Newcastle United is Andre Ayew. NUFC are apparently readying a bid of £8.5 million, and that is said to be enough to persuade Marseille to do a deal. [click to continue…]
We’re after Remy and Gomis. Below is a line that needs to be crossed.
After the departure of Derek Llambias, which is said by many to be related to Joe Kinnear canceling the Douglas transfer, what idiot would want to work for Joe Kinnear? You’d have to be mad!
Graham Carr, the mastermind behind Newcastle United’s scouting network, is said to be considering his future at the club, after Joe Kinnear canceled the incoming transfer of Douglas. If I were Graham Carr, I’d want assurances that Joe Kinnear would be allowed nowhere near the scouting network, yet alone given ‘authority over all football matters.’ [click to continue…]
Derek Llambias, aka Derek Llambeze as Joe calls him, today tended his resignation as Managing Director of Newcastle United. I posted on Twitter wondering why the sudden departure, and there was no real answer, until I was tweeted this article in the Daily Mirror. Now, there are no direct quotes in this article, but in looking at some of the scenarios, this one seems to have the most legs. [click to continue…]
So with the debacle surrounding Joe Kinnear’s bizarre return to St. James’s Park as Director of Football, I wanted to devote this page to Joe, and make it a bit of a tribute (read ‘mickey-take’), to Newcastle United’s newest employee. In other words, a selection of Joe Kinnear’s blunders and mishaps will be listed here. [click to continue…]
How to isolate a fan base..
According to Sky’s Peter Graves, Joe Kinnear will return to Newcastle United as Director of Football, and has been offered a three year contract. Kinnear will be in charge of playing style and transfers. There has been no official confirmation from the club. [click to continue…]
Make no mistake, Newcastle United were taught a lesson yesterday afternoon as Man City ran rampant. But to those calling for Pardew’s head, I would like to mention a few things. Not that I’m a Pardew apologist, far from it, but calling for his head after being soundly beaten by a team who’ve spent hundred’s of millions, needs to be looked at. [click to continue…]