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Newcastle United have sacked manager Sir Bobby Roson just a month into the new season.
The former England boss has been "relieved of his duties" at St James' Park after five years at his hometown club.
Newcastle have endured a poor start to the new season, and a series of spats with key players has not helped Robson's cause.
Sir Bobby Robson has revealed his disappointment at losing his job at Newcastle United.
The veteran manager was "relieved of his duties" on Monday morning after Newcastle's poor start to the season.
The 71-year-old was full of regret at not being given the chance to finish the job at St James' Park with the former England boss lined up to step down at the end of the current campaign when his contract expired.
Originally posted by rynaldo82
it would be funny to see keegan back there, his team in the 90's was great.
terry venables though, he is a guy to help a team out. his last spell in football was leeds though, was he not rotten there? maybe am getting mixed up with som1 else though
Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd has rejected reports that he has held talks with Terry Venables about taking over at St James' Park.
Reports on Thursday claimed that Shepherd had held discussions with the former England manager about succeeding Sir Bobby Robson at the helm
Originally posted by TRD
Damm they wouldn't take Keegan back, his gun ho tactics worked in the lower division when they got promoted. But as soon as he played with the big boys they soon got rid of him. He has done the same at Man City, look how well they are doing since he has been there..
Terry Venables has revealed that he has held talks with Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd about taking charge at St James' Park.
Shepherd is on the lookout for a new manager following the club's decision to axe Sir Bobby Robson and a whole host of names have been thrown into the ring.