After watching Newcastle side get a vital away point at St. Andrew's yesterday, United chairman Chris Mort is admitted that He and Mike Ashley were surprised by our relegation dogfight and said it was the last thing on their minds when they took over the club last summer.
I told you both, I was also as surprise as you two about the very poor season we're in this year. This is the worst season we …
United official club today announces the club has appointed Dennis Wise in the role of Executive Director (Football), Tony Jimenez as Vice President who will be responsible for future player recruitments for the club and Jeff Vetere, who joins from Real Madrid in the position of Technical Co-ordinator.
Dennis Wise's job is mostly to assist the United Board on football-related matters, including the development of the Club's Academy and player recruitment. He will report to …
For about a week now, we only read about any speculations of who will replace Sam Allardyce as the manager of Newcastle United. Today, United chairman told the official site, he and the owner Mike Ashley feels the most important thing now is to get the decision right.
Mort said, he wants a manager who also able to lay solid foundations for Newcastle future and to that they will need to take whatever time is …
Chronicle has a report yesterday about Newcastle United chairman Chris Mort who was tight-lipped when he left the JJB Stadium after the dismal defeat by Wigan Athletic. Contrasting to him, a lot of Toon supporters were up in arms against manager Sam Allardyce.
To speak the truth we have a (what can only be described) wretched performance and result after coming hard from behind twice on a 2-2 home draw with Derby last Sunday. At …
I have write on my previous article about the statement from Newcastle United chairman Chris Mort, whether there would be money to spend in the new year or not, and the answer is clearly no.
From an interview with SkySports, Chris Mort say “We've got an experienced manager and he's clearly having a tough time at the moment but he's an experienced guy who will hopefully bring the team through,”…
Sky reported yesterday that Newcastle chairman Chris Mort insists the club are fully behind manager Sam Allardyce.
Mort admits that the fans have every right to be unhappy after booing their side off the pitch following their under-par display against Liverpool. The Toon Army are growing restless after seeing their side slump to successive heavy home defeats, 4-1 to Portsmouth and 3-0 in Saturday against Liverpool.
The Guardian said, the chant ‘You don't know what …