Danny Simpson will leave Newcastle in the summer, when his contract runs out at Newcastle, and it’s a good question as to how many more games he will play for the club in the next four months – we think not too many.
Danny Simpson – Newcastle career is over
With full-backs Mathieu Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa and Massadio Haidara having been brought in last month, Danny must be down the pecking order these days at Newcastle, and those three new full-backs are Newcastle’s future – Danny isn’t part of that.
The Newcastle manager had this to say about the former Manchester United defender:
“Danny’s available.” “I have to say that Danny wants to show people he’s a Premier League player.” “So Danny’s in the frame, yes – he will have a role to play.”
“He’s a paid player at this football club – he’s a professional player.” “I expect him, when I call upon him, to do his absolute best for me.” “I don’t doubt that he will.”
It seems that ever since Simpson started dating Tulisa Contostavlos, he’s made the headlines – and most of that has been for the wrong reasons.
First of all we found out that his former girlfriend was pregnant with their second child – but we suppose that relationship is now over for Danny, since he linked up with Tulisa.
And only a few weeks ago there were disturbing photos of Danny lying unconscious outside a takeaway around 5:00 am on a Sunday morning – what had he been up to?
This is not good news for Danny and it’s not good news for our club – and quite honestly we’d be surprised if Danny plays many more times for Newcastle.
And to think Danny had the chance to sign a new deal ion Tyneside, but he turned it down, and now Newcastle have strengthened in his right back position – and now he has clubs like Wigan Athletic and Fulham coming after him – and we assume he wants to be with a London club this summer – to be closer to his new girlfriend Tulisa.
That’s an assumption on our part.
And Alan Pardew’s words are what we would expect from a Newcastle manager – but the real truth is that Danny Simpson’s career is over at Newcastle, and he’s had a lot to do with that.
What do you think?
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