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So Kinnear Leaves, Big Deal

So Kinnear Leaves, Big Deal

As expected, Director of f*** all, Joe Kinnear was announced in a short statement to have left a job that he never started.

A move that was written in the stars and yet another example of how Mike Ashley views the mentality of the everyday Newcastle United fan.

The development will fool many fans into thinking that this is some result of fan abuse or a spur of the moment decision based on any shortcomings.

News for them. It is neither.

Joe Kinnear was brought in as a deflector of criticism.

The man in the spotlight while the real crime was done in the dark.

It's no secret that a grand total of zero pence was spent in JFK's time here whilst a pretty packet was recouped in exchange.

Id also like to be proved wrong that Kinnear wasn't briefed to upset as many of our players as possible in his drunken rant in June, in order for many to request a move.

Only Yohan Cabaye bit but Papiss Cisse's form may have been a result of this also, we may find out if any proposed move falls through.

The million dollar question remains as to what people are going to do to continue to pressure the real villian in all this in Mike Ashley and further still....

Will Ashley be next?



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Writer:Talk of the Tyne
Date:Monday February 3 2014
Time: 11:33PM

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