As we dig deeper into the current season, Newcastle United are in the process of keeping their heads above water when it comes to staying off relegation spots.
Steve Bruce is doing a little miracle on Tyneside as some of his below par players appear to be not playing for him.
Not to mention the horrific abuse he faced on social media as the magpies continued to slide down. </ The truth is, Newcastle, a real club giant, has long been a Premier League force, and much of that can be traced back to the possession of a certain Mike Ashley.
The chairman clearly no longer wants to be at the club like his Try to sell to the highest bidder, show.
Perhaps they would have done better on the pitch if they had played legendary striker Alan Shearer for longer than the eight games he played before he was relegated in 2009 atte.
« As it turns out, Kevin [Keegan] was Newcastle’s fourth manager in seven months, followed by Joe Kinnear and Chris Hughton, » he told The Athletic.
« I loved those eight short games, even though I couldn’t stop the club from relegating.
» This summer, I waited for Mike Ashley to call me back after I presented my promotion plans the first time.
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That sums up Mike Ashley, and the sooner he leaves, the better for everyone involved.
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