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Who was Newcastle manager in 2004?

Who was Newcastle manager in 2004?

Bobby Robson
2004–05 Newcastle United F.C. season

2004–05 season
Chairman Freddy Shepherd
Manager Bobby Robson (until 30 August) John Carver (caretaker) (from 30 August till 13 September) Graeme Souness (from 13 September)
Stadium St James’ Park
FA Premier League 14th

Who was manager of Newcastle in 2006?

2006–07 Newcastle United F.C. season

2006–07 season
Manager Glenn Roeder (Until 6 May 2007) Nigel Pearson (From 6 May 2007 – 15 May 2007) Sam Allardyce (From 15 May 2007)
Stadium St. James’ Park
FA Premier League 13th
FA Cup Third round

Who were Newcastle managers?

Newcastle United » Manager history

Period Manager born
17/07/2019 – 19/10/2021 Steve Bruce 31/12/1960
11/03/2016 – 30/06/2019 Rafa Benítez 16/04/1960
10/06/2015 – 10/03/2016 Steve McClaren 03/05/1961
30/12/2014 – 09/06/2015 John Carver 16/01/1965

Who is the most successful manager of Newcastle United?

Newcastle United Football Club is an English football club based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, North East England. Since 1930, there have been 33 official managers, the most recent being Eddie Howe, who was appointed on 8th November 2021. Statistically, the club’s most successful manager is Chris Hughton, with a win percentage of 59.38.

Who was sacked as Newcastle United manager in 2004?

Mon 30 Aug 2004 10.19 EDT First published on Mon 30 Aug 2004 10.19 EDT. Sir Bobby Robson has been sacked as manager of Newcastle United, the club announced today.

Why did Bobby Robson leave Newcastle United?

The season began poorly for Newcastle, with no wins in their first four matches, and manager Bobby Robson was sacked, bringing to an end his five-year tenure at the club. His assistant, John Carver took over as caretaker manager, managing one win, but was not considered for the permanent post, and left in September 2004.

Who could replace Sir Bobby Shearer as Newcastle United manager?

Among those tipped to replace Sir Bobby is Shearer, a Newcastle stalwart but lacking managerial experience. A more likely candidate is fellow north-easterner Steve Bruce, who took Birmingham City into the Premiership in 2002.