Thursday, September 04, 2008

No news = good news?

After the tumult of Tuesday, the silence coming out of St James's Park yesterday was deafening. All we know is that talks between King Kev and the club's hierarchy are ongoing. That at least offers a glimmer of hope, but obviously if Keegan does stay, patching things up is going to be extremely difficult, with the already fractured relationship liable to break down again at any time. We'll see...

Meanwhile, it was interesting to Keegan is something of a trendsetter, Alan Curbishley citing a lack of control over the club's transfer policy (and the sales of Anton Ferdinand and George McCartney to the Mackems in particular) as his reason for resigning from his job as manager of West Ham, despite the club's best start to a campaign in years. Perhaps he also had money on himself to be the first casualty of the season and thought he'd better get in there quick before Keegan did?


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