David Ginola has a special place in his heart for Newcastle United his former club.
David Ginola – warm place in his heart for Newcastle
David was the player who that played great for us for a couple of seasons from 1995 until 1997, before he went to Spurs and was suddenly became a terrific player. 😀
David has made some very very true comments about the Newcastle club today:
“It would be a disaster for the city if Newcastle went down.” “But it would be a disaster for the Premier League as well.”
“The English game would suffer.” “Newcastle belong to the Premier League and belong to the history of football.”
We just hope our players will read these, because whatever anybody thinks about Newcastle, if we finish in the bottom three at the end of the season, we’ll be relegated, and not only that, but we’ll deserve to be.
Why, because we didn’t get enough points to finish 4th bottom or higher, it’s as simple as that. And we’ve had plenty of warning about relegation, but the players just haven’t responded, in fact up till now they’ve really disappointed us – but there’s still time left thank goodness.
There’s little doubt our overpaid players will be in for some very rough criticism if we do go down.
Regardless of Newcastle’s fate this season, however, David feels that Shearer is the only man for the Newcastle manager job, from now on:
“It’s difficult for him.” “He is here in this situation and has a specific brief to keep Newcastle up.” “After that it will be a mystery.” “But it will be nice to have Alan Shearer as permanent manager of Newcastle.” “If he saves the club he will prove he is good enough.”
“But if he can’t, he will still be the right man for the job if they go into the Championship.” “That will be his decision.” “Now, though, isn’t the time to talk about the manager or the future in terms of who is in charge.”
“Right now it’s about the future of the club. The most important thing is surviving and that’s for everybody in Newcastle.”
Let’s support the players to produce the mini-miracle of three consecutive home wins to keep us in the Premier League, and we’ll all be very happy – in fact we’ll be delighted – hey – make that ecstatic. 😀
If not, then it’s going to be a very very bleak summer for Newcastle fans – once again.