We Are (More) Delighted When You Refused to Take the Job

April 07 06:08 2008 Print This Article

Alright, first of all congratulations for your achievements with Pompey this year and making it to the final of FA Cup would be your once in a lifetime experience, so enjoy it while still can Appy Arry.

That sounds a sour introduction? Oh yes, I was in the purpose of writing that as my response for his small arrogancy, by saying he is delighted to refuse taking the job at Newcastle, which we also feel as delighted as he is and we thank God that you did that.

“It was nice to be wanted by a club like Newcastle,” Redknapp said. “On the one hand, people said take on the challenge to prove I could do it with a big club. But on the other, I’ve brought good players in here at Portsmouth and wanted to stay loyal to them. I’m delighted that I did.”

Honestly, I don’t think the Appy Arry is the right man to take the world’s biggest challenge, to manage Newcastle United. It needs more than just experience, more than have won something with other club, even more than have manage a ‘small’ club to taste the European league.

I’m glad that Mike Ashley finally realize that United only need a ‘Messiah’ and that’s why he decide to bring back the one and only King Kevin Keegan.

Call us all ‘the Believers’ and we admit that very gladly, yes we are, the Toon Army are all pure believers and Keegan has give something that none of our previous managers can give which is ‘HOPE’.

“I think the summer could be very exciting,” Keegan said as quoted from the Times Online, “I’ve got an idea who I’d like to bring here, but I might be dreaming.”

“I’ve always thought that the most important place is the training ground and the most important thing is the training. I’m not saying they were overcomplicating it, but what we’ve done is trained more, played more football and by doing that, we’ve got the confidence to get the ball and play. Even against Reading we were probably only 80 per-cent, but it still produced a lot of exciting football because of their belief.”

And, when all the training that Keegan did to our players this week can produce more higher level than what they’ve got last Saturday, even it’s only 5 per-cent more, I believe we can have something good this weekend at Fratton Park.

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