Keegan talked today following yesterday’s meeting in London with Mike Ashley, and it appears whatever was said there will remain private.
Kevin Keegan – happy with season
He talked about tomorrow’ game at Everton but also admits to being disappointed in our performance in second half against Chelsea.
Kevin was preparing for tomorrow’s last game of the season at Everton and with the team safe a from relegation a few weeks ago, he admits he would happily have taken that not so very long ago.
“I think the answer is ‘yes’. Anyone would have done in that situation.â€“When you are sucked into a relegation fight, you tend to want to look up, but you feel forced to look down.â€
“You tend to want to be positive, but you think, ‘If they win that…’â€
“I have been talking to other managers who are still in there and you always think, regardless of how positive you are, that everybody else is going to win their games.â€
“But that doesn’t mean to say that the last two games haven’t been important to me.â€
“You know from how I was on Monday how disappointed I was with the second-half performance against Chelsea.â€
“Maybe I shouldn’t have been as disappointed as that when you think it’s Chelsea, but I was.”
At least Kevin admits to being disappointed at the Chelsea performance in the second half, and we think that’s what caused the outburst.
Disappointed because you cannot beat a team that may well be the European Champions this season?
That’s the way to think – good on you Kevin.
We need to put up a good performance tomorrow, and with any luck we could get all 3 points, and that would be a good way to finish what has turned out to be a bizarre week at the club.