Sam Allardyce, The Perfect Sample Of A Loser

Okay, I was wrong about him for the last couple weeks of his reign at Gallowgate. Now I feel embarrassed to have backing him up on his last hard days at Newcastle.

Yesterday, Sam Allardyce has asking the anger of the Geordie fans by saying that the Magpies were not a big enough club for him and didn't live up to his ambitions.

What is your ambition anyway Mr. Allardyce, changing Newcastle into the copycat of your old Boring Boston side? Everyone knows that the Geordies were the most passionate football supporters in the world and we have the highest ambitions like other fans are.

Now I thank Mike Ashley for the sacked of your useless football and your arrogant tiny mind. To speak the truth, you have been wasteing Newcastle's precious half season and don't see why you have a five-year plan to restore success to Newcastle.

United owner Mike Ashley dispensed his services after a series of disappointing games to his tenure and replaced him with the return of Kevin Keegan.

Couple of days ago he also has absolved himself of taking any blame for his failure with United.

“When you get sacked, reflection is a difficult scenario. The one thing you have to evaluate first and foremost is how much of it was your fault,” he said. “The usual rubbish that goes when someone like me is sacked from a club like Newcastle is that that job was too big for me. That's just not true.”

The actual fact is, I now think that you are the one who is not “Big” enough for Newcastle United, your mind was still trapped in your last managerial job at Bolton, and you are only have “Big” staff.

“If I'm honest the reverse is probably true. Newcastle probably wasn't big enough for me – it didn't live up to my ambitions in the short time that I was there. And because it didn't do that the club missed a chance to realise its own ambitions.”

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