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Our wearyside brethren dispensed with the services of Mick McCarthy on Monday morning after three miserable years in charge.
Alleged hard man Kevin Ball has been put in charge for the rest of the season, which includes our visit to the dark place next month.
Assuming no permanent appointment at SJP by then, that promises to be an interesting afternoon on the touchline; the early -season wear-Tyne Academy derby seeing a pitchside confrontation between Ball and Glenn Roeder.
Glenn Roeder’s Premiership record for Newcastle 2005/06:
P 5: W 4, D 1, L 0, Points = 13
Mick McCarthy’s Premiership record for the mackems 2005/06:
P 28: W 2, D 4, L 22, Points = 10
The final nail in McCarthy’s coffin proved to be an away defeat at the hands of Stuart Pearce’s Manchester City – the same venue that had claimed a certain G.Souness only a few weeks ago…