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Joe Kinnear: Ex-boss confirms Newcastle director of football role

16 Jun 2013 16:17:08

Joe Kinnear: Ex-boss confirms Newcastle director of football role

Joe Kinnear: Ex-boss confirms Newcastle director of football role Former Newcastle United manager Joe Kinnear has confirmed that he has been appointed as the Magpies' new director of football. The 66-year-old, who managed the club during the 2008-2009 season, said he would be taking on the role of recruiting players. "The deal is absolutely done," Kinnear told Sky Sports News. "I signed the deal with owner Mike Ashley on Sunday. I intend to meet [manager] Alan Pardew this week." More to follow. Share this story Share this page print Featured in this story Football on the BBC BBC Tyne & Wear sport Newcastle weather BBC Sport Premier League BBC Radio Newcastle's football podcast External site Newcastle United This story around the web Joe Kinnear set to return to Newcastle as director of football The Independent 16 mins ago External Link Kinnear offered Magpies role 18 mins ago External Link Kinnear set for Newcastle job Sky Sports 24 mins ago External Link Joe Kinnear linked with Newcastle return as Toon Director of Football 46 mins ago External Link Joe Kinnear close to Newcastle comeback as director of football 1 hr ago External Link About these results More from Football Kinnear confirms Newcastle return 16 Jun 2013 Newcastle Mourinho 'did not want Man Utd job' 15 Jun 2013 Chelsea Watch video Highlights: Brazil 3-0 Japan 15 Jun 2013 Football Watch video Neymar scores superb opening goal 15 Jun 2013 Football Brazil team can be greats - Scolari 16 Jun 2013 Football Today's football gossip column 15 Jan 2013 Can 'The Engineer' fix Manchester City? 14 Jun 2013 Football The land of keepie-uppies, sarongs & thongs 14 Jun 2013 Football Services Mobile Interactive TV News Feeds Podcasts About BBC Sport News Sources Help & FAQs BBC links Mobile siteTerms of UseAbout the BBC PrivacyBBC Help CookiesAccessibility Help Parental GuidanceContact Us BBC © 2013 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.


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