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Newcastle sale needed to bring back success

Newcastle United struggling on field is nothing new , since their return to the premier league the Magpies have flirted with relegation before slowly turning it around. This season the struggle to keep fit players on the park could see them struggle to survive, it's time for a change.

Mike Ashley has treated Newcastle United like a business for years, pocketing profits from this each season while the club struggles on the pitch they flourish off of it. The club has become known as a selling club, a club that develops some players then watches them go onto bigger and sometimes better things.


The Magpies have been struggling harder than ever under caretaker manager John Carver, without making any moves in January only to send Davide Santon and a few youth players out on loan as injuries start to mount for Newcastle's remaining defenders.

Things are starting to look bleak for an injury ravaged Newcastle lineup, while are still without a full time manager after Alan Pardew's departure for Crystal Palace

Under John Carver Newcastle have struggled, and the injuries have been piling up and no players were signed during the January Transfer window, a period Newcastle fans dread. Newcastle's only bit of business was to see players like Davide Santon depart on loan, already lacking defenders it was a strange move by the club.

Newcastle also sent players to Glasgow Rangers, a side that Mike Ashley has recently increased his stocks in a club that has their own issues. While Rangers have their own issues, Newcastle should be Ashley's priority.

Under Mike Ashley retaining players during the transfer windows has become difficult with stars like Andy Carroll, Yohan Cabaye and Mathieu Dubuchy departing the club. With the new manager being branded a "head coach" Newcastle fans fear that the next man to lead the club will be limited in his duties at the club.


Mike Ashley has tried to sell the club before and insists the club's for sale at the right price, it's time for the club to be sold and transformed back into the club it once was. A club that was challenging for Europe, challenging for titles. Right now Newcastle are a team that are either mid-table some seasons, or fighting for survival.

Newcastle United's future requires a change in ownership to see the club flourish with someone interested in seeing the club with success.
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Mike Ashley needs to support new Newcastle manager

As Newcastle prepare to try and replace departing Alan Pardew fans start to worry about the future again, a Mike Ashley owned Newcastle has seen more big names depart the club than join. This January transfer window it seems Moussa Sissoko will follow Alan Pardew out the door as Arsenal have come calling.

Newcastle are not looking to replace a manager, they’ve decided they’re looking for a ‘head coach’ which brings more fears that Ashley will have more control over the team than the person in charge. Newcastle have made some decent signings over the last couple of seasons, but have lacked the ability to keep big name stars.

Yohan Cabaye springs to mind with Newcastle fans after his move to Paris Saint-Germaine, Demba Ba and Andy Carroll before him with a lack of quality replacements. Alan Pardew’s departure is a mixed bag for Newcastle fans, some fans before his run of wins wanted him gone now some wanted him to stay.

Alan Pardew thanked the fans as he left for the Crystal Palace job, now Stone and Carver are temporary managers of the side. The new manager or head coach of the Magpies needs to have full control of the team, and needs the funds available to make this side great again.

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