Joe Kinnear Wise To Stay Out Of Newcastle Politics


Joe Kinnear has today rightly said he has no intention of getting involved with the political problems surrounding Newcastle United, and will concentrate on his job, which is the playing side of the club.

Joe Kinnear – concentrating only on the playing side

Kinnear told the Newcastle Evening Chronicle:

“I stay away from the political side of it, and I never even met Tony Jimenez.”

“I don’t know anything about the political side of things. That has been the same from day one.”

“To be honest, I am not interested in anything apart from the football side of it.”

The next two games will be big ones, with Newcastle at home to Manchester City, and we hope a sell-out crowd will help support Joe and the lads for that vital game, and of course the following game is at Sunderland – and no more needs to be said on that one.

Joe added

“I am strictly looking at things from a football point of view and nothing else.” “All I am looking at is getting as many points as possible – that’s what football is about.”

“And when the confidence starts to come back, it will get a lot better in terms of points.”

Kinnear traveled to Cardiff last night to watch Steven Taylor captain the England Under-21 side against Wales, which was the first leg of their playoff for the Under-21 European Finals. In an exciting game, England eventually won 3-2.

Joe added:

“I will spend the weekend glued to the box to see if any of the lads get injured.”

“I will take in as many of the games as possible that the players are involved in.”

This will be a good little rest for Joe, who has been in Newcastle since he was appointed interim manager, until he traveled to Cardiff for the Under-21 game.

He can get to work preparing the team next week, and he will plenty of time since the game is on Monday evening – so that will help us.

Comments welcome.



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6 comments so far

  • jimmy

    Oct 11, 2008 at 2:34 PM

    Comment #1

    1st

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  • toonfan

    Oct 11, 2008 at 3:14 PM

    Comment #2

    JFK seems to say all the right things dont he ??? i reckon theres more than meets the eye with this bloke…hes no mug lol all the best JK were behind you and the team…next two games are very important, but im feeling better about them now than i did b4 the everton game….i must say i like the guys style….doesnt mean i want him here permanently, but while he is here lets get behind him and the lads eh

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  • chuck

    Oct 11, 2008 at 4:50 PM

    Comment #3

    Yeah sure, tell me how that works ?
    You are the manager of a premiership club and there`s no politics involved, you stupid or naive.

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  • jude

    Oct 11, 2008 at 5:53 PM

    Comment #4

    chuck….f|**|k off…u know exactly what he meant

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  • chuck

    Oct 11, 2008 at 11:00 PM

    Comment #5

    Hmmm, yeah guess it was a bit insulting, sorry Ed.
    Know its not easy and respect your efforts.

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  • ToonEskimo

    Oct 12, 2008 at 9:17 AM

    Comment #6

    Wow, that’s rare on here….an apology and retraction…..well done Chuck!!
    (and Jude for pointing it out)

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