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As Newcastle United fan throws his season ticket at dug out, would Steve McClaren step into this world?

22:15, 25 April 2015
OPINION BY LEERYDER
Newcastle United are in a mess and Steve McClaren has endured plenty of stick with England and Middlesbrough, is he ready for more of the same?
The man who is being talked about as a replacement for John Carver probably knows exactly how the Geordie coach is feeling right now.
In Steve McClaren you have a manager who once endured a season ticket being thrown his way after a 4-0 win for Aston Villa at the Riverside back in 2006. The Boro fan sprinted 60 yards or more to make his point.
Yesterday, as Newcastle’s ailing season slipped into further decline, a Newcastle fan who’d seen enough flicked his season card in the direction of Carver before it was taken away by stewards.
These are the toughest of times for Carver after he found himself being spoken about in the same breath as Richard Dinnis - the last man to lose seven games in a row at Newcastle. Effectively hung out to dry by the Magpies and left to work with somebody else’s team, his dream job is in tatters right now.
Shocking decisions from the boardroom and the obsession to have healthy balance sheets at St James’ Park are now being fully exposed.
With an injury-hit squad that I have stated on many occasions is not fit for purpose in the Premier League it is firefighter Carver that finds himself nose to nose with an inferno of anger from Geordie supporters.
As the 3-2 defeat petered out he got it in the ear from several fans as Swansea closed in on victory. His hopes of the job are slim now you’d think.
But is McClaren crazy enough to step into this? He’s endured some shocking stick as England manager too yet he knows - from his time at Boro - that life is tough in the North-East. Even Sir Bobby Robson got his cards at St James’ Park.
McClaren would need backing from the board with transfers and a bigger say in who comes in.
Newcastle’s board talk about a “triangle” between Lee Charnley, Graham Carr and whoever is the new head coach. But until they stop putting round pegs into square holes - nobody has a chance of success at St James’.

 

These are the toughest of times for Carver after he found himself being spoken about in the same breath as Richard Dinnis - the last man to lose seven games in a row at Newcastle. (Aye, tough one this, who was the last manager to lose seven games in a row? Richard Dinnis, eh? So, what are the odds of being compared to him? Spectacularly unfortunate of JC for people to wonder who was the last man to go on such a losing run.)

 

JC, the Firefighter. :lol:

 

Lee has stated on many occasions the squad isn't good enough. (Why so defensive, Lee?)

 

His hopes of the job are now slim you'd think. (Well according to the numerous polls the Chronicle does where EVERY single one comes out against him, plus his horrendous record, yes, yes you might imagine so.)

 

Life's that tough up here, even Bobby got his cards. (Same as he did at Fulham, PSV, Sporting Lisbon and moved out of the manager's position at Barcelona, then? Ruthless lot, these football club chairmen).

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Face Newcastle United press corps? I'd rather go to the dentist, jokes John Carver

 

16:31, 24 April 2015 By Lee Ryder
John Carver remains upbeat despite the criticism coming his way after Newcastle United's record run of Premier League losses
John Carver tried to lighten the mood at Newcastle United’s weekly Press conference by joking he was looking forward to a trip to the dentist more than facing the Tyneside media corps this week.
Carver has had plenty of stick since being appointed as head coach back in January, with even those journalists who report on his comments sometimes accused of backing the man who has won just twice in 2015.

:lol: :lol:

 

J'accuse, Lee! Fucking J'accuse!! (It's French, Lee). :good:

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John Carver feels that the return of key players can help Newcastle turn the corner

 

06:30, 25 April 2015 By Lee Ryder
After a torrid spate of injuries at Newcastle United, John Carver is ready to reintroduce three players in the next week or so
John Carver feels his Newcastle team are beyond their lowest point.

 

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"John Carver feels his Newcastle team are beyond their lowest point."

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"John Carver feels his Newcastle team are beyond their lowest point."

:lol: "I have successfully guided the club to rock bottom. We intend to spend some time here, taking in the sights."

 

I assume he means in the sense that when you've lost 7 games in a row, what's another defeat between friends?

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This Newcastle United team are the worst in the club's Premier League history

http://t.co/mbZX9hTRPT #NUFC #northeast http://t.co/M5YVIMYVzn

 

It's still everyone else's fault but not Carvers apparently.

 

Edit. http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/newcastle-united-team-worst-clubs-9124806

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The players are shit. Mostly championship standard. But Carver made a rod for his own back in January when he said he was happy with the squad and happy letting Santon leave and supported the decision for mbiwa to leave.

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The players are shit. Mostly championship standard. But Carver made a rod for his own back in January when he said he was happy with the squad and happy letting Santon leave and supported the decision for mbiwa to leave.

 

More than happy to badmouth Santon a few weeks ago as well. I fail to have too much sympathy for Charver tbh, he's just Pardew without the (limited) ability and smarm.

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:lol: He's fucking incredible, he probably thought he was being all cultured when he wrote that seeing that he spelt Klopp right. Did he bring up that he saw Dortmund play? I didn't bother reading much of the article as I dont want a headache but I'd be shocked if he could resist bragging.
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