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Former Experienced Football CEO – Newcastle Have A Bright Future

Here is an excellent informative video from Football Insider featuring former CEO Keith Wyness, who has been CEO of Aston Villa, Everton, and Aberdeen and is an experienced top executive in football.

Keith gives his positive opinions about Newcastle potentially staying at and expanding St. James’ Park, a unique stadium in England.

It’s a very positive take on Newcastle’s future, especially if we can increase the St. James’ Park capacity and keep it as our home ground, which it’s been since back when Newcastle United was formed in 1892.

What do you think?

8 comments so far

  • Fat Basta*d

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:29 PM

    Comment #1

    I’m dead sexy

  • Fat Basta*d

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:30 PM

    Comment #2


    Hope this isnt true. I dont rate Sarri whatsoever shit coach. Only replace Eddie if its a serial trophy winner, otherwise keep Eddie

  • Raj of Hailsley

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:36 PM

    Comment #3

    Ashworth will definitely not be remembered fondly, he will not be linked with any future success at all and will certainly not be on the list of credits looking back, but we can’t just dismiss what he has already put in place. If we would have made all those appointments anyway why did we hire him in the first place. It was seen as a major coup when we got him, as I’ve said, just because he’s turned out to be a slimy barsteward we can’t rewrite the facts.

  • Swablr

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:38 PM

    Comment #4

    John J @ 225, on the last post. Yep, I’m looking forward to seeing you again and having a good old chinwag. See you then and there.

  • Fenham to Chalfont

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:53 PM

    Comment #6

    I’ve not caught up properly as I’m a bit busy but where has anyone stated that Ashworth hasn’t done anything for us at all?

    I’ve stated and rightly so that it is his character that’s flawed nothing at all about him not doing a decent job for us in the 2 years he was here. The guy is good at his job, there is absolutely no denying that, I do appreciate that as our club would have never went for him in the first place, our new hierarchy have just about got everything right so far. However, when you get a guy like Ashworth in a very important and senior position in the club who at the first smell of more money elsewhere has jumped ship and it looks like he didn’t give it a second thought too. He has shown the football world as to what he is really about, for what he did to Brighton and now NUFC.

    The DoF position now needs to be taken up by a top professional who is loyal, sees longevity in the role and be part of the project and has the same if not better expertise as Ashworth that’s what we need, we can’t afford to lose the next guy in similar circumstances. The new appointment must have a good character to start off with.

  • magicmac54

    Apr 30, 2024 at 3:59 PM

    Comment #7

    Raj Jail

    Correct Raj, in reference to Dan Ashworth, he came highly qualifed and sought after, the fact he decided to move on to pastures new undoubtedly leaves a sour taste, and particularly losing him to Manure, but it would be very churlish not to acknowledge he was very accomplished at his job mate.

  • Davas

    Apr 30, 2024 at 4:07 PM

    Comment #8

    Yeah, I definitely think dan ashworth did a job and now he’s going to man utd to do another job.


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