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Lord alone knows why, but Newcastle United have re-employed Joe Kinnear as the club's director of football, meaning that manager Alan Pardew and chief scout Graham Carr will now have to answer to a man who appears to live in a realm of fantasy somewhere between Narnia's eastern border and the Dream Zone from Potsworth and Co. Safe to say Kinnear's second Newcastle appointment hasn't gone down well with the Toon Army see the front of today's Newcastle Chronicle for details and the man did little to ingratiate himself with a prickly, defiant interview with TalkSPORT radio on Monday night -- in which, among a slew of erroneous boasts, Kinnear comically mispronounced the names of nigh on half of Newcastle's squad.
Fair enough, you could argue.
Even Sir Bobby Robson flubbed the odd name, but once you factor in that Joe also referred to "Llambeezi" as being Newcastle's "director of football" Llambias is managing director, always has been and Shola Ameobi as "a young kid who's getting better and better" the rangy striker is now years-old you begin to understand the problem here. Among the cavalcade of guff spouted was Kinnear's bold claim that he bought Tim Krul to St Jame's Park during his brief tenure as manager in A cursory look at the records show that the Dutch 'keeper Krul was on Newcastle's books for a full two years before Kinnear turned up.
Harping on about his managerial record, Kinnear claimed he had "been named Manager of the Year three times" and "managed all over the world".
As for the globetrotting CV, Kinnear managed for three months in India and just shy of a year in Nepal between and We're hardly in Sven-Goran Eriksson territory here. I sold Robbie Earle for x, y, z.
Robbie Earle outlasted him at The Dons and subsequently retired a year after Kinnear had left the club on health grounds. As for "free transfers" Gayle, Leonhardsen, Harford and Hartson; none of them were freebies. That said, we'll give him Hans Segers.
The full minute interview is available to listen to here, though if you wish to merely guffaw at the comedy mispronunciations then skip through to the mark Relegation fight, Lewa's chase of Muller lead Bundesliga's final day storylines.
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