Lee Charnley is set to become the new managing director at Newcastle United. The current football secretary of the club will fill the position previously occupied by Derek Llambias, who resigned Big News Network, 2 weeks ago
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Stability is a myth - it is candidates not length of contracts that bring success ; THE AGENDA: Has the era of stability come to an end-Chief sports...
Stability is a myth - it is candidates not length of contracts that bring success ; THE AGENDA: Has the era of stability come to an end-Chief sports writer Mark Douglas examines whether football's stability philosophy has suffered a damaging blow ...4 Traders, 1 day ago
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LAST week, Mike Ashley sold Sports Direct shares worth some Pounds 200m. The city proclaimed itself puzzled. "Perhaps it is a way of telling the City that he needs the money," an independent retail analyst told The Guardian on Wednesday. It came ...4 Traders, 1 week ago
[April 08, 2014] (Evening Gazette (UK) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) NEWCASTLE have announced the appointment of Lee Charnley as the club's new managing director, while owner Mike Ashley is to formally join the board of directors. ...TMC Net, 2 weeks ago
The Newcastle boss might not just be banned from the touchline, he could be banned from having any involvement until the end of the season Alan Pardew faces a total ban from football but Toon owner Mike Ashley has vowed to stand by him. ...Irish Mirror, 1 month ago
Controversial owner has not received a single bid and is planning for the Magpies' future with Alan Pardew as manager and a revamped backroom team Under-fire Mike Ashley will ride out the storm at Newcastle United unless someone offers him ...Irish Mirror, 2 months ago Alan Pardew's Newcastle future in doubt, but is Mike Ashley bothered enough to make any changes? Irish Mirror, 2 months ago Alan Pardew on the brink after losing backing of Newcastle players, PLUS Mike Ashley sell rumours grow Irish Mirror, 2 months ago
The recent high-profile sackings of Fulham's Alan Curbishley, Sunderland's Roberto De Fanti and somewhat closer to home our very own Joe Kinnear, have brought the role of a director of football into disrepute. However, this role is vital in ...FTBpro, 2 months ago
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