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Rafa's stance
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Is Rafa's stance on the club right ???

Is he trying to drive a wedge between us and the owner ?

Can we follow his ideal and drive the FCB out of our club ?

Ashley seems to want to keep him here but gives him nowt   Lost It
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Rafa has and always will be political. I genuinely believe he does it for the best intentions. I'm not sure he is trying to or needs to drive any wedge. Ashley does very well by himself!

Not sure if Ashley wants him here at all. His life would be easier if he had Pardew back.
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(10-09-2018, 12:14 PM)mickyquinnstache Wrote: Rafa has and always will be political.  I genuinely believe he does it for the best intentions.  I'm not sure he is trying to or needs to drive any wedge.  Ashley does very well by himself!

Not sure if Ashley wants him here at all.  His life would be easier if he had Pardew back.

Spot on on the politics.

Rafa is the most political manager I've ever known.
Understands the politics of any club he goes to, which is a good thing and plays them to better his own position.
Nothing wrong with that at all and he has the backing of most fans.
Far better him dictating the terms than A McClaren or Pardew.

The thing is though, he's a man who knows what he wants and needs and will not wait forever to get it.
To be honest, I'm amazed he's still here.
"We are not a stepping stone, we are Newcastle United. Every player should be honoured to wear the shirt of this club" Rafa Benitez.
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