Once upon a time not so long ago, there's a land called Geordieland where the people there live with passion and pride was looking for a proper knight to lead them conquered the world with bare hands. They just have a new King who banished all of the previous regime and give promise of new hope for Geordieland citizens.
The new King found out that the previous Landlord has just appointed a knight who has …
Newcastle United has today oficially announced the end of Sam Allardyce career at Newcastle United. From the official site they said that the decision has been reached by mutual agreement and United First Team coach Nigel Pearson will take charge of the team for Saturday's game at Manchester United.
“Mike and I would like to place on record our thanks for Sam's efforts and wish him well for the future.” Newcastle United Chairman Chris Mort …
Last year Sam Allardyce was not keen to let anyone out from his tiny Newcastle squad this January. But he is now would listen to any offers that came for United's fringe players.
Allardyce, said he will listen to any offers but only if he has someone lined up to replace them. One of his current fringe player is Emre who has been linked to join Monaco or Bayer Leverkusen. Shola Ameobi is the other …
Chris Mort has urged United team to be doing better than before to bring the pride back home. He also indicated that Sam Allardyce could be given fresh funds to spend on new players during the January transfer window, according to AFP today.
Mort and United's owner Mike Ashley had insists there will be no new boss to replace Sam Allardyce. Big Sam still struggling to win respects from the St James' Park faithful and …
Sam Allardyce has revealed that he is still not sure on how much he can spend this month to buy new players. After received a vote of confidence from Newcastle chairman yesterday, Big Sam has already identified the players he would like to bring in and send the list “upstairs”.
Several reports from the press of who will be his new signings in January transfer window, many of them are so called ‘wide of mark' …