Former Toon Star Fears Keegan Is Set For Walk Out!

Last updated : 09 August 2008 By Footy Mad - Editor
Chris Waddle: "Newcastle aren't going to challenge this season and the problem is everything is up in the sky.

"They're not going to threaten the top four, nowhere near.

"He needs his big strikers fit - Viduka, Martins and Owen - and if they are they should finish comfortably in the league.

"But if they're not 100 per cent fit, he needs four or five players just to challenge the teams outside the top four.

"Kevin will give it a good go and he'll know more than most people about what is happening.

"But if he thinks there's no light at the end of the tunnel and he's banging his head against a brick wall, he'll say so.

"Kevin is the sort of guy who will turn round to the club and say, 'If you want top-six football, then I can't do it for you'. He's honest enough to do that.

"There's a lot to be done. Kevin knows what's required and if he's given the opportunity he will bring it back.

"It's about luring players and if you've got money available that changes it."