John Carver talks a good game before each match, and he also talks a good game after each match, and the last five times he has done that we have lost the game, and Newcastle have now lost six out of the last seven games – and in reality we are the worst team in the Premier League since the turn of the year.
Mike Ashley and Lee Charnley
Club is going to hell in a hand-basket
It’s hard to deny that John Carver’s record this year is simply woeful, and he doesn’t seem equipped to be a head coach – certainly not at Newcastle.
But John continues to talk positive stuff, and he seems to be in another reality, and unfortunately the thing is that some of our players may have just given up.
Like the rest of us they they will have seen the sorry state of Newcastle’s squad, when so few of our better players are available because of injury or suspension.
And Moussa Sissoko picked up a two game suspension last night for getting two yellow cards, and he was lucky not to get a straight red.
So Moussa will go out for two games suspension as Coloccini comes back from his three game suspension for being sent off at Everton.
And we wont even mention Papiss Cisse still has three games to serve in his seven game suspension..
The indiscipline in Newcastle’s team is frightening, and let’s just hope none of the bottom four clubs start winning games, because the win at home to Villa could well be the last win for Newcastle this season.
We seem that poor at the moment.
And what do we hear from Lee Charnley and company about out problems – absolutely nothing.
And they even seem to be hiding out after the stupid deals they made in January, which further weakened our squad – and to a large extent we are now paying for their actions.
And is it right and proper that a man comes in and buys the club and then blatantly starts using Newcastle United and St. James’ Park as a world-wide advertising board for his Sports Direct business?
The only reason Mike Ashley is keen to keep Newcastle in the Premier League is that there’s very little TV coverage of the Championship – compared to wildly popular Premier League – where the games are shown live around the world.
That’s why he bought the club in the first place – to further his Sports Direct business – he has no ambitions for Newcastle whatsoever, other than to keep them in the Premier League.
Newcastle United have become a pawn for the expansion of Ashley’s Sports Direct business – pure and simple.
Is that what the powers that be in the Premier League want to let happen to their clubs?
It’s a sad state of affairs what Mike Ashley has done to Newcastle United, and we wonder if it’s even legal?
If it is – it shouldn’t be.
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