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It was finally made official around mid-day today and yes – it’s indeed correct – Joe Kinnear is back as the second senior executive at Newcastle, alongside Derek LLambias – who it turns out didn’t resign – as Joe had suggested yesterday. Mike Ashley – what was he thinking? So it seems that Alan is [...]
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News coming from the Evening Chronicle that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will remain at the Tyneside club, and work with Joe Kinnear in his new role as Director of Football. Alan Pardew – staying at Newcastle As far as stability is concerned that’s good news, and who knows maybe Alan will get on well with [...]
Joe Kinnear says he will have control of transfer policy at Newcastle United, but will work closely with manager Alan Pardew.
It has been revealed that former Magpies boss Kinnear is to return to St James' Park as director of football on a three-year contract.
He has been drafted in to help improve matters on the field, with Newcastle having slumped down the Premier League...
Joe Kinnear is Irish and he’s a good talker – he has that famous gift of the gab – and he’s been interviewed many times over the last eighteen hours or so, and as usual Joe is giving his views on everything, and he has told the Evening Chronicle that Alan Pardew was delighted when [...]
Associated Press Joe Kinnear has returned to Newcastle as director of football but says he won't interfere with team selections by manager Alan Pardew.
The 66-year-old Irishman left Newcastle in 2009 after a heart attack but has now come back to help recruit new players and work alongside Pardew.
Kinnear says ''Alan's aware of the situation and I'm hoping to...
The Daily Mirror is reporting that Alan Pardew has asked his new boss, Joe Kinnear, to stop his ranting in the press- which came to a head last night when Kinnear was interviewed by talkSPORT and Joe embarrassed both himself and Newcastle – it’s hard to argue with that. Joe Kinnear - will travel to [...]
Joe Kinnear plans to make Newcastle "far better than they are now" after signing a contract to return to the club as director of football.
The former Magpies manager confirmed the news on Sunday, having signed a contract reported to be for three years.
Kinnear confirmed manager Alan Pardew is "aware of the situation", though the pair have yet to discuss their...
Is it just us, or is Joe Kinnear being brought in to “help” Alan Pardew with the coaching side of things at Newcastle, because if that’s the case, this arrangement will likely not work. Alan Pardew – put into a difficult situation The usual job of a Director of Football is to be in charge [...]
Joe Kinnear signed a three-year deal to become the new Director of Football, and his job is to work closely with manager Alan Pardew on incoming and outgoing transfers, and of course Che if Scout Graham Carr will also be fully in the loop – but it seems those three are the most important men [...]
Is Joe Kinnear really a ‘very good judge of players’? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Joe Kinnear’s transfer history as manager of Newcastle United didn’t exactly set the world alight during his brief spell in charge of the club during 2008 and 2009.
For some bizarre reason he’s been drafted in by Mike Ashley as the Director of Football at the club, making Alan Pardew’s...
Joe Kinnear has risked alienating the Newcastle fans further by claiming to have "more intelligence than them".
The 66-year-old has spent the last two days confirming he is back at the club as director of football, heading back to St James Park after a short but controversial spell as manager in the 2008-09 season.
Newcastle have yet to officially announce the news but...
The managing director of Newcastle has resigned, one day after the Premier League club appointed Joe Kinnear as director of football.
Derek Llambias says in a statement on Wednesday that he is stepping down with immediate effect after ''an incredible journey during my five years at the club.'' He didn't give any reasons for his decision.
Kinnear, who managed...
Cagliari striker Nene has signed a new one-year contract with the Serie A club.
The 29-year-old Brazilian joined the Rossoblu on a four-year deal in 2009 but after scoring just 15 league goals for the Sardinians it appeared he would move on in the summer.
However, a statement published on cagliaricalcio.net read: "Cagliari announce that the player Miguel Anderson Da Silva...