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I know we are just having two wins since he made the shocking return to English football league, and most of the media and those who commited themself as the football expert have been said he made a big mistake and he will failed again because the game is now totally different than his previous years with Newcastle. I'm telling you, they are totally wrong about King Kev.
Interesting how the media can make such a different opinions after we start to win things around and also, although some of their previous report are maybe 75% are telling the truth about United situation, but I still thought that it was really unfair to make such an early judgement that he could fail and soon to get sacked again.
Now, I have read today that the papers are started to praise him as he is soon to be the next Premierships master of tactician, funny isn't it? Well, let's hear what Keegan said in an interview taken from footballaudio.com by clicking on the image on the left.
And then, I only want to quote some of what the papers said here, I will let you decide whether they have been telling you the truth or another false commentary from their own typical market oriented journalism, other than that let's enjoy our win and continuing to perform on this Saturday at home against Reading, time for a sweet revenge of what they did to us in our first meeting with them 🙂
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For those who may find such a statement a little melodramatic it was at least the day when, having stuttered and spluttered since Keegan returned, the Magpies not only buried Tottenham Hotspur on their own turf but their relegation fears with it.
Hilarious as many outsiders have found Tyneside's footballing soap opera this season, all neutrals should be cheered by events at White Hart Lane yesterday. It was not just the improbable result, which should ensure Newcastle United remain in the Premier League next season, but the performance. A scintillating second-half display evoked echoes of Kevin Keegan's glorious first spell as commander of the Toon Army. Assuming chairman Mike Ashley invests this summer, maybe, just maybe, “The Messiah” can justify the hype which accompanied his return in January.
Kevin Keegan has been called many things during his colourful managerial career but rarely a master tactician. At White Hart Lane yesterday, he outwitted the wily Juande Ramos as completely as his team outplayed Tottenham.