Newcastle United January Transfer Window Consultant Appointment Very Short-Report – Soccer Sports

On December 17, 2021, Athletic announced exclusively that Newcastle United owners had appointed a short-term consultant to maximize their January transfer period.

The owner of Newcastle United turned to Nick Hammond without permanently appointing a football director in time for the January window.

Nick Hammond plays a temporary role St James’s Park, Resigned from Celtic’s football business in March this year.

Previously, Hammond spent two years as a technical director in West Brom, best known for his work in Reading. Nick Hammond believes the club played a key role in playing for the first time in the Premier League in 2006, handling player recruitment and contract negotiations, and appointing promoted manager Steve Coppell. increase.

Two weeks before the transfer window opens on January 1, the athletics said the short-term consultant “uses game knowledge and a set of contacts to advise the board on hiring.”

But this Saturday (January 15, 2022) gave Nick Hammond another monopoly.

this is Times, Hammond’s short term Newcastle United Appointments turned out to be very short-term.

The Times, which Nick Hammond says had his NUFC employment, ended on Christmas Eve, just seven days after the announcement of his appointment. It’s more like a week of work experience than a short-term appointment.

The report does not give a reason for the club to reduce consultant time so much.

But what they’re focusing on is that Nick Hammond’s swift departure has far more power than was expected when Eddie Howe was appointed in November.

The Times reports that Eddie Howe has found an ally with Recruiter Steve Nickson.

Nickson Steve Bruce The newspaper also states that this was the case for Rafa Benitez, who signed Chris Wood, but the head coach at the time knocked him back. The Spaniards weren’t interested in Wood when Steve Nickson put his name forward.

So now it looks like a third lucky case for Steve Nickson and Chris Wood when the former Burnley striker finally arrives at St. James’ Park.

The Times, of course, have revealed that Amanda Staveley is at the top of the chain in making decisions about recruiting players, with minority shareholders leading things on behalf of the club’s owners.

With both Kieran Trippier and Chris Wood being hired in time for the first NUFC game since the transfer window opened, among fans that this is a very reliable start to the new owner’s transfer activity. I think it’s an overwhelming agreement.

With 16 days left until the January window closes, there is no doubt that Newcastle United needs to add more quality to the team to follow up.

– Soccer Sports

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