Time for KK to create Entertainers 2!
Time to forget the nostalgia he said.
I mean who did he think he was!
Forget 5-0, forget 12 points clear, forget two attacking wingers, forget Rob Lee scoring a hat-trick of headers in Antwerp, forget the grandad collar and the Broon Ale logo and turn the page on the legends that are the Entertainers and time for new heroes to step into the picture.
Well that person was none other than Sir Les Ferdinand who in tonight's Chronicle told the Toon Army to start having new dreams.
To be fair to Sir Les he didn't say forgetting the golden era - in which he was quick to point out we won nothing - would be easy.
But admit it?
None of us are perfect enough to say we haven't at times been guilty of living in the past.
And memories of the Enterainers are certainly still ingrained in my mind almost as if it was yesterday.
If you sat in the Gallowgate End and closed and your eyes for a minute you could probably convince yourself they were yesterday.
Mind you, it wouldn't take too long for reality to kick in.
We all know about the 12 point lead Man U managed to overhaul back in 1996 but in the 12 years since, they've made giant strides ahead, the gulf today is massive.
Talk about the tortoise and the hare - this tortoise is on crutches and the hare is probably giving Ben Johnson or Dwayne Chambers a run for his money!
Remember 5-0 is out, it's 6-0 they are talking about these days at Old Trafford and with Newcastle on the brink of another potentially sound beating, Les Ferdinand's words could be a timely reminder that Newcastle need players to make a name for themselves.
United have relied on players with reputations for a long time since the days when the sweet the smell of success passed through the nostrils of the Geordie nation.
But fresh faced young guns like James Milner, Charles N'Zogbia, Andy Carroll, Steven Taylor and beneath the first team platform with players like Kazenga LuaLua, Tamas Kadar, Ben Tozer and David Edgar all have a chance many young professionals would kill for.
Not for a minute is Blog on the Tyne suggesting to build a team only on what's here now.
But the above mentioned Magpies give King Kev some great foundations to add players from the 20-26 bracket that have their best years in front of them.
Maybe they won't they be cheap but there is plenty of English talent kicking around to start building a new team with.
We've done overpaid, overweight and overseas for too long now.
KK may have to branch out to the dark corners of eastern Europe (Nemanja VidiÃÂ, Alexander Gleb or Eduardo haven't hurt Man U or Arsenal have they?) to pluck somebody that maybe nobody has even heard of, with the hunger and passion to make a name for himself.
Or will that search start closer to home in the Championship to pick out a raw kid who sees the benefits of the big stage that is St James's Park.
Surely SJP is a place to become a hero and not crumble under the weight of expectation from the towering stands that will make or break a man.
Sounds easy doesn't it?
But unless this club is going to eclipse the efforts of KK in the dugout the first time around - it's perhaps the only way to move it on.
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