There was good news yesterday that Joe Kinnear came through all his tests with flying colors, but he will not return to Newcastle until the summer.
Joe Kinnear – came through battery of tests just great
We’re very pleased to hear that good news on Joe, let’s be very cl;ear on that and apparently Joe has lost two stones (28 lbs) in weight which is very good news.
Exactly what position Joe returns to the Newcastle club is open for debate of course, but we think Joe will be offered some position as Chief Scout or a watered down Football Director position at the club, but that will all have to be made good with Shearer – since we have to have all the lads working together and pulling in the same direction for the good of the club.
No more of this Dennis Wise type nonsense. But Joe is a good team player and we hope he’ll stay at the club, and he can keep living at his home down south.
Joe will hopefully get some position that will help Newcastle move forward. We’re really not sure that management is the right thing for Joe with his health, and maybe his family will be able to persuade him of that over the next two months.
Llambias gave an update on Joe Kinnear’s health:
“Joe had his tests on Monday and the doctors were pleased with him.”
“He’s lost two stone in weight and has passed all his tests with flying colors.”
“He’s on the mend – in two months time he should be fully fit.”
There is still a lot of talk about what will happen at St James’ Park at the end of the season.
While fans are keen to to know who will be in charge of the team, it’s clear the only thing that anybody at Newcastle United is focusing on at the moment is staying in the Premier League – and that’s the way is should be.
Helping the club right now is where every supporter’s energy has to be, as we try to avoid that relegation disaster, and if we do that, then things will be sorted out come the summer.
Whatever happens, we do hope that Joe will be taken care of by Mike Ashley, because we have to admit we have a special place in our hearts for Joe.
The man gave all he had to the Newcastle cause this season, and you cannot ask more than that, whatever you think of his management skills, and Joe almost paid dearly for it – let’s not forget that.
Anybody who is willing to do that for the Newcastle United club will always have a special place in our heart!
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