Derek Llambias assured Joe Kinnear last week that he was still manager at Newcastle United, and despite the popular press saying Newcastle were after a new manager, and mentioning almost every manager available, it will be Joe who will get the chance to carry on at Newcastle, once he is fit to return to work from his open heart surgery.
Derek Llambias – nail-biting time watching Newcastle – welcome aboard
Llambias spoke to the Evening Chronicle yesterday about Kinnear and said:
“I have spoken to him. He is still feeling a bit sore.”
“I was going to go to see him tomorrow but I thought I’d give him a rest and go to see him after the Man United game.”
The Manchester United game is this Wednesday, and it will be a monumental challenge for the Newcastle team, and even more reason why the lads need to pick up some points tomorrow at the Reebok Stadium, against Bolton.
Both Mike Ashley and Derek Llambias taking up their seats in the Directors’ suite at The Reebok tomorrow, and it promises to be another tense 6 point nail-biter, much like the West Brom game, where Newcastle finally came out on top, after an extremely nervous last 25 minutes.
“The last three games I have felt more nervous than ever before.”“The West Brom game was unbearable in the last 20 minutes.”
“The Everton game was so nervy as well.”
“I really fancied it, I thought we’d get three points.” “Unfortunately we only picked up a point.”
“Every game is important now for all of us.”
Welcome to the club, because every Newcastle game seems like a nail-biter, especially at this time of the season, when we are fighting relegation once again.
If the lads can get 3 points tomorrow, then anything is possible against the official World Football Club Champions, Manchester United, since the lads will be full of confidence, and 52,000 fans will be again roaring them on.
Any chance of a win?
Howay The Lads!!