- Date of Birth: 14 February 1951
- Birthplace: Armthorpe, Armthorpe, Doncaster, England
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So after England’s 2-1 defeat Uruguay, they are all but mathematically out of the World Cup. "Rubbish", "Over-paid", "Not fit to wear the shirt" are many of the clichés screamed by the drones of England's fans in Brazil, but one opinion which will gather the most voice behind it will be "sack Roy".
Liverpool legend Kevin Keegan has slammed striker Andy Carroll, and claimed that the former Newcastle man is not worth anywhere near the £35 million that the Reds paid for him.
From the moment he arrived in December 1959, William Bill Shankly from Glenbuck, was destined for success from the start, with his quote 'My idea was to build Liverpool into a bastion of invincibility. Napoleon had that idea. He wanted to conquer the bloody world. I wanted Liverpool to be untouchable. My idea was to build Liverpool up and up until eventually everyonewould have to submit and give in' giving Liverpool fans a reason to be exited
Newcastle defender Steven Taylor has called on the Newcastle board to offer Joe Kinnear the full time job in order to generate some stability at the troubled Tyneside club.
Newcastle interim manager Joe Kinnear has revealed that the club has no intention of selling England international striker Michael Owen in the January transfer window. Tottenham are rumoured to be interested in the forward.
Spurs legend Terry Venables believes that it was right for the club to axe director of football, Damien Comolli, after a number of high profile mistakes.
Newcastle are reportedly considering Alan Curbishley. The former West Ham United boss is apparently interested in the role himself, and eager to get back in to Premiership football.
Apparently, Kevin Keegan and Mike Ashley last night held surprise reconciliation talks - which seemed to fail - despite the efforts of the club to persuade Kevin Keegan to return to Newcastle.
Leading candidate Gus Poyet has ruled himself out of the running to become Newcastle boss leaving the St James’ Park top brass scratching their heads.
It is understood that Tottenham coach Juande Ramos' assistant, Gus Poyet, is on the brink of completing a move to Newcastle United to replace Kevin Keegan, and link up with old friend and team mtae Dennis Wise at St. James' Park.
Marcelino Garcia has hinted that he shunned the opportunity to move to the Premiership in favour of staying at his current club, Real Zaragoza.
Turkey international boss Fatih Terim is reportedly interested in the vacant Newcastle job. Since Kevin Keegan's departure, a number of high profile names have been linked with the vacant role.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has praised the working relationship he has with team coach Steve Bruce, insisting that other managers would be jealous. There have been rumours that Bruce could well join Newcastle after Kevin Keegan's departure.
Kevin Keegan has been given the backing of the NewcastleCity Council. It was understood that the Toon boss could be given the axe last week, but it seems he will be staying in charge.
Former Newcastle and Liverpool striker Ian Rush has backed under fire Toon boss Kevin Keegan. There had been reports on Monday that the Geordies had axed their boss after a reported bust up with club owner Mike Ashley.
Real Madrid striker Javier Saviola could be set for a shock move to Newcastle. It is understood that Kevin Keegan wants to bring in another Argentinian after the signing of Jonas Gutierrez and Fabricio Coloccini.
Kevin Keegan believes that the signing of Fabricio Coloccini proves that Newcastle have ambition, and that he would like to bring at least two more to the club of the quality of the Argentinian defender.
Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan has denied the rumours that he will be selling James Milner this summer; after Aston Villa reportedly made a £7 million bid for the youngster.
Kevin Keegan has insisted that relationships between himself, Mike Ashley and Dennis Wise have never been better; despite rumours suggesting otherwise.
Argentina international defender Fabricio Coloccini has been linked with a shock move from Deportivo La Coruna to Newcastle United. It is understood that Kevin Keegan is to make an offer for the centre back.