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New Newcastle boss Graeme Souness has revealed he is excited at the prospect of taking over at St James' Park.
Souness quit Rovers on Monday to take charge at Newcastle as successor to Sir Bobby Robson
Newcastle captain Alan Shearer has welcomed the arrival of Graeme Souness as the new manager at St James' Park.
Shearer, who himself was tipped to take control, has revealed that he his delighted that the former Liverpool boss has moved to Tyneside from Blackburn Rovers.
Graeme Souness has completed his first raid on his former club Blackburn after three of the backroom staff followed him to Newcastle United.
Souness has been widely tipped to take a number of his team with him to St James' Park and he has not disappointed.
Newcastle United's new chief Graeme Souness has insisted he will not hold back on anyone as he looks to turn the North East giants around.
Souness was named as the shock successor to Sir Bobby Robson earlier this week.
Graeme Souness officially takes charge of Newcastle United on Monday confident that he is taking on one of the biggest jobs in football.
The fiery Scot has experience of managing clubs with high expectations, having previously been in charge at Liverpool and Rangers and the new chief at St James' Park sees similar parallels.