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GRAEME SOUNESS wants to manage in the Premiership again - and put his Newcastle nightmare behind him.

 

Souness is said to be "raring to go" after being run out of Toon. The seasoned Scot was tipped to be heading for retirement and a life of leisure in Australia after his torrid 18 months on Tyneside.

 

But he has told friends that he is dying for a new challenge - and he intends to make sure his break from the game is as brief as possible.

 

Souness will first recharge his batteries with a family holiday in Florida.

 

But he has no plans to emigrate just yet.

 

One of his closest pals revealed: "Graeme is determined to have another go at being a boss.

 

"There were so many things against him at Newcastle that he grew frustrated, but he wants to show what he can do."

 

 

Souness finds himself out of work for the first time in nearly seven years after his stint at Blackburn Rovers and then St James' Park.

 

 

The problems at Newcastle and the weakening relationship with chairman Freddy Shepherd and the local media made it a rough ride.

 

 

But he is quickly back on his feet and determined to prove a point to those Geordies who wanted him out.

 

 

There are some Premiership posts already on Souness's horizon or he might be persuaded to take on a sleeping giant in the Championship.

 

 

Souness also has powerful allies within the game and potential takeovers at one or two top clubs in the coming months could be right up his street.

 

 

However, one friend he will not be teaming up with again is Glasgow Rangers chairman David Murray.

 

 

Souness is cool on a return to Scotland and sees his future in England.

 

 

His lucrative St James' Park contract still had almost 18 months to run when he got the bullet.

 

 

With Newcastle committed to paying him for the rest of that agreement, he doesn't need the kind of money that might scare off other clubs.

 

 

Souness remains sore about the way things turned out at Newcastle and will want to prove them wrong. He thinks the players he bought will come good when they are all fit.

 

 

And the cynicism of sacking him before a run of six home games in eight matches rankles with the man who is far from finished with English football.

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GRAEME SOUNESS wants to manage in the Premiership again - and put his Newcastle nightmare behind him.

 

Souness is said to be "raring to go" after being run out of Toon. The seasoned Scot was tipped to be heading for retirement and a life of leisure in Australia after his torrid 18 months on Tyneside.

 

But he has told friends that he is dying for a new challenge - and he intends to make sure his break from the game is as brief as possible.

 

Souness will first recharge his batteries with a family holiday in Florida.

 

But he has no plans to emigrate just yet.

 

One of his closest pals revealed: "Graeme is determined to have another go at being a boss.

 

"There were so many things against him at Newcastle that he grew frustrated, but he wants to show what he can do."

 

 

Souness finds himself out of work for the first time in nearly seven years after his stint at Blackburn Rovers and then St James' Park.

 

 

The problems at Newcastle and the weakening relationship with chairman Freddy Shepherd and the local media made it a rough ride.

 

 

But he is quickly back on his feet and determined to prove a point to those Geordies who wanted him out.

 

 

There are some Premiership posts already on Souness's horizon or he might be persuaded to take on a sleeping giant in the Championship.

 

 

Souness also has powerful allies within the game and potential takeovers at one or two top clubs in the coming months could be right up his street.

 

 

However, one friend he will not be teaming up with again is Glasgow Rangers chairman David Murray.

 

 

Souness is cool on a return to Scotland and sees his future in England.

 

 

His lucrative St James' Park contract still had almost 18 months to run when he got the bullet.

 

 

With Newcastle committed to paying him for the rest of that agreement, he doesn't need the kind of money that might scare off other clubs.

 

 

Souness remains sore about the way things turned out at Newcastle and will want to prove them wrong. He thinks the players he bought will come good when they are all fit.

 

 

And the cynicism of sacking him before a run of six home games in eight matches rankles with the man who is far from finished with English football.

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I seriously think I'd try and do him physical harm if I were ever (lucky enough) to bump into him.

Any club that lets the clueless cunt darken their door will deserve all the shit that's coming there way.

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[Any club that lets the clueless cunt darken their door will deserve all the shit that's coming there way.

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ANYBODY WHO OFFERS HIM A JOB IS IN URGENT NEED OF PHSYCHIATRIC HELP.

To see that idiot badmouthing our club makes my blood boil. To think we have got to pay him compensation HE SHOULD BE COMPENSATING US.

 

To see him winging that we will improve now we have players coming back to fitness beggars belief.

NO CLUELESS WE WILL IMPROVE BECAUSE WE NOW HAVE MANAGEMENT TEAM WHO CAN RUN A FOOTBALL CLUB.

 

GOODBYE AND GOOD RIDDANCE.

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Can't see any Premiership club touching him with a barge pole tbh. A Championship club might do though.

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Sunderland or Boro should be his next port of call i reckon, even though their current managers are doing a splendid job Souness would be the icing on the cake.

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Can't see any Premiership club touching him with a barge pole tbh. A Championship club might do though.

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touching him they probably wudnt even hit him with a barge pole i would like that would be funny but i don't agree with violence in football :D

 

 

 

Souness will go to Rangers now

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Can't see any Premiership club touching him with a barge pole tbh. A Championship club might do though.

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i thought that 18 months ago to be honest

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Surely we're the only stupid club in the league though?

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Can't see any Premiership club touching him with a barge pole tbh. A Championship club might do though.

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i thought that 18 months ago to be honest

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Surely we're the only stupid club in the league though?

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well probably the most desperate anyway

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If any premiership chairman even contemplates hiring Souness, he wants he's fucking head seeing to tbh!

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There's some serious interest from the Premier League in Turkmenistan from what my sources have told me

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And as I understand it they want a new sports journo as well...

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Remember when Oliver was still licking Souness' arse, he told us every day that Souness was Chelsea's preferred choice before they turned to Mourinho...

 

Souness for Chelsea! :D

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