Fans React To Latest News On Rafa – Maybe He’s Just Doing His Job

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We have read the article in the Mail today about Rafa maybe wanting to leave Newcastle and it’s by Rob Draper and it’s quite a short article.

It basically says that Rafa is frustrated that we have lost out on a number of transfer deals and we have only one player through the door so far – Christian Atsu.

We fully believe Rafa is frustrated – much like the rest of us.

But then Draper goes on with a “therefore” which is completely non sequitur – and it’s that Rafa is thinking about leaving the club because of  the situation.

Rafa Benitez – maybe he’s just doing his job?

We don’t think that has any truth to it whatsoever.

Fans and journalists have to remember that Rafa is extremely ambitious and he wants things done right – this summer like last summer he wants players in as early as possible as he changes the team for the second summer running.

And if Rafa doesn’t get what he wants then he tries to fix things – he doesn;t sit back and do nothing.

Take this as Rafa knowing there’s something wrong and wanting to fix it very quickly with Lee Charnley and/or Mike Ashley.

The good thing about Rafa is if things are not going well he doesn’t accept it – he doesn’t accept mediocrity.

That’s the sign of a manager who’s won three European titles with three different clubs and wants to win more as the Newcastle United manager.

We even take all this as positive and if we can get three players through the door by a week tomorrow – all will be well.

Here is a wide range of good views from the Geordie fans of the Rafa situation this morning.

There’s no need to worry – think of it as Rafa doing his job – and that we’re still not used to having a world-class manager with such very high standards.

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