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Newcastle United: Takeover close, Pochettino lined-up, Kane may follow.

May 26th, 2020 | 62 Comments |

Mauricio Pochettino
Pochettino: Constantly linked with Newcastle.
Newcastle United fans are currently on tenterhooks as they wait for further news about the proposed takeover of the club.

Supporters are desperate to see the back of Mike Ashley and embark on what many believe will be a brighter future under the Saudi-led consortium.

With huge resources expected to be pumped into the club, there will be plenty of fans using the bet365 bonus code to back Newcastle to win silverware next season.

Read on as we take a closer look at the latest state-of-play regarding the takeover and the immediate impact it could have on the club. (more…)


Pochettino: A force to be reckoned with for Newcastle United today

February 24th, 2013 | 6 Comments |

Pochettino: A force to be reckoned with for Newcastle United today.
Pochettino playing for Argentina in the 2002 World Cup.
In our game against Southampton this afternoon, along with our next one against Swansea City, we will be facing the teams of the two most talented and admired young coaches in the Premiership, Mauricio Pochettino and Michael Laudrup.

Of course, English fans including those of Newcastle United are very familiar with Laudrup the coach now, who has guided the Premiership minnows of Swansea to their first ever major trophy final later today in only his first season at the club. However, some of you might be less familiar with Pochettino, and may well (with good reason) have been somewhat bemused by the sacking of his Southampton predecessor, Nigel Adkins. This is especially so as it came just when things seemed to be starting to go fairly well for the Saints under a very decent manager. However, despite a record with his previous club Espanyol which hardly seems earth shattering on a cursory inspection until you understand the context, there is an excitement being generated about the young coach at the very highest levels of the game. Guardiola is a fan, as is Rafa Benitez, and despite beating them 2-1, Alex Ferguson thought his Southampton side was the best he’d faced at Old Trafford all season. (more…)