Daily Mail journalist Craig Hope has reported on Twitter that Neil Redfearn has quit his job as Newcastle United’s Under-23s boss amid a fallout with a member of his coaching staff – and that has prompted a mixed reaction from some fans on the social media website. Redfearn hardly did a good job in charge of the young Magpies’ squad. They had won just three of 10 Premier League 2 fixtures and it’s not as if any of the players in that squad are giving Steve Bruce food for thought at the moment. That is why some fans are happy to see the back of the former Leeds manager. However others are concerned with the news because it highlights a mess that is going on behind the scenes at St James’ Park at the moment. It’s unlikely that this is the good news that Richard Keys eluded to on Monday, just before this claim about Redfearn. However it might be seen as a welcome relief in the long run.
NothingButNewcastle has rounded up some of the best tweets below:
Absolutely fantastic news!
The bloke has been an absolute disaster since he walked through the door.
U23s seem to get beat every single match.#NUFC https://t.co/acoN0k6Plb
— The Geordie Boot Boy (@BootGeordie) November 4, 2019
One down, just Bruce and Ashley to go.
— Barry (@ground_hogday) November 4, 2019
I shall file this under #nufc stories I don’t care about.
— Nufc_22 (@Nufc_22) November 4, 2019
Ashley's latest puppet didn't work out?
— Shaun (@ShaunGrey22) November 4, 2019
— NUFC Away (@NUFC_1987) November 4, 2019
Shambles of a club
— Suraj Bithal (@BithalSuraj) November 4, 2019
— Brooksy (@brooksy_09) November 4, 2019
Is this the good news @richardajkeys wad talking about? #nufc https://t.co/xdf8kbDhYv
— Nathan Fox (@Foxy_005) November 5, 2019