The Newcastle manager has today asked the Newcastle fans to get right behind the team, as the Magpies will be fighting relegation for a third season in a row – unfortunately.
Joe Kinnear – asks for support of Newcastle fans
Joe said last night:
“It’s very important everyone sticks together following our Cup exit,” “We can’t achieve anything without the support of our fans.”
“Losing to Hull was a blow. We went down fighting but I was really hurt by that result because the Cup was something I desperately wanted to stay in to give everyone a lift.”
“But we’re not and the facts tell us we are now fighting relegation which a massive club this size should not be doing.”
Newcastle are still ravaged by injuries and they will have 10 senior first team players missing from tomorrow’s game at Blackburn Rovers.
And we still haven’t yet signed anybody in the transfer market, although that may change after the trial game next Tuesday when Peter Lovenkrands and two potential loan signings will take part in that game.
“I’ve got some promising kids and I don’t want to throw them into a relegation battle, but that is what I’m doing because they’re all we’ve got,”
We basically had no luck at all against Hull City and were the better team, but the players and Joe Kinnear need the support of the fans now more than ever.