Fans Increasingly Confident Of Rafa’s Long Term Newcastle Role

We are becoming  increasingly confident that Rafa Benitez will get the backing he’s looking for from Mike Ashley at their meeting within the last week.

And the fact he will present Mike with a comprehensive blueprint on what he wants to do long term at Newcastle has to  impress the owner.

It’s what Mike needs from Rafa so he has complete trust that leaving the club to Rafa Benitez will ensure Newcastle will be great again and even start winning trophies.

We want to see these three all on the same page before the last game

Not only that but  Newcastle United will rise in value as a football club each season if things turn out well.

Rafa will present a plan to Mike very may from now on about what needs to be done next – this plan is the overall blueprint long term.

Something he has done at Liverpool and other clubs he has managed – he has to be a Powerpoint expert by now.

Rafa must also be like manna from heaven to Mike Ashley.

The fans will want to see an upbeat photo of Mike, Rafa and Lee together – UNITED behind Rafa’s blueprint.

If we can see that before our final game at home to Barnsley – it will be a celebration of the season and also a celebration of the very bright future ahead for Newcastle United under world-class Rafa Benitez.

Now this is getting to be so good I cannot take it.

🙂 🙂 🙂

Here’s some positive comments from the fans as they are starting to realize t;s now likely to all work out very well.

2 comments so far

  • Spoof

    Apr 28, 2017 at 10:43 AM

    Comment #1

    How can anyone be confident about MA giving Rafa the necessary tools to succeed when 10 long years of MA have proved beyond any doubt whatsoever that he will only ever allow this club to succeed for his benefit and certainly not for the benefit of the fans or their manager, a classic example being the January window just gone, I hope Rafa leaves as he deserves better than to be dragged down to Ashley’s pathetic standards.

  • DirtyMag

    Apr 28, 2017 at 10:56 AM

    Comment #2

    If history has taught us anything regarding NUFC its that the minute we become confident of something the walls come crashing down….


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