With four Premier League matches under his belt in his second coming, Newcastle still only have 2 points since the return of King Kev and remain winless since mid-December.
So what better way to rectify the situation then having Manchester United arrive in town just over a month since they hit the Toon for six at Old Trafford. Nothing like an easy game huh?
However, Kevin Keegan remains adamant ahead of the clash that following United’s loss to City in the Manchester derby a fortnight ago, it proves they can be beaten. The Newcastle boss believes he does have the players to hurt Sir Alex Ferguson’s men, but the club are a long way off of delivering a repeat of their 5-0 thrashing back in 1996.
In other news, former Spurs assistant coach Chris Hughton is to be appointed first-team coach at St James’ Park.
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