Michael Owen, whose contract runs out next Tuesday at Newcastle United, is th altest person associated with newcastle to call for Sheraer to be given the nmabhgfer job at newcatsle.
Alan Shearer – Owen thinks he has the makings of top manager
Michael, who is busy trying to fix himself up with a Premier League club, told Sky Sports News this morning:
“I would like to think that Alan would be given the job.” “He is obviously a new manager learning his trade.”
“But you have got to start somewhere and the indications from what I saw of him, he is going to be a top manager in the years to come.”
“He is obviously Newcastle through and through, and that’s important to the people of Newcastle.” “It’s a club that not many people would understand, I would suggest, but he certainly understands it.”
“He has certainly got the right credentials and I can’t see any reason why he shouldn’t be given the manager’s job.”
Good words from Michael, and he must now be about the 129th person associated with the Newcastle club, to say Alan should be given the Newcastle manager job.
While owner Ashley has ignored all these positive comments over Alan’s potential appointment, we don’t think these will have gone unnoticed by the potential new owners.
We’re still waiting for some good news on the new owner, and it is now a week ago that Derek LLambias said that if all four consortia wanted Alan as manager, he could be appointed soon, and as early as last Thursday.
That was a week ago, and we were told all potential new owners want Alan as new manager, so why no appointment?