It's back to business for King Kev
It's probably one of the key stages of Newcastle United's summer programme and that is simply the sight of Kevin Keegan back at his desk.
Of course, it's a sight that no Toon fans will see and only staff at the club's Benton HQ will witness but the knowledge that KK is back will be a major thing for many United fans.
Basically, Newcastle fans regard one person and person only as the boss on Tyneside and that's Kevin Keegan, who has an impeccable record in the dugout at St James's Park and even in his second stint in charge demonstrated why he still has the magic.
With the tough start endured now well and truly behind KK, the season is likely to start after the trip to Manchester United.
And without sounding negative anything more than a defeat will be a massive bonus to build on as the new season gathers pace.
Realistically, the first round of judgements can't be properly made until the end of September by which time teams will have had enough time to stamp their authority on the new campaign.
Crazy decisions to axe Toon managers in August or September are hopefully a thing of the past because as anybody who was around when Kenny Dalglish, Ruud Gullit or Sir Bobby were shown the door will know that the season is probably as good as over.
That's because the dreaded words of "transitional" and "period" come into play and they are words that nobody wants to hear, the truth is Newcastle have had more transitional periods than any other club since 1969 and fans are sick of them.
Now hopefully KK can start the work he's been so desperate to complete since leaving the club in 1997 which is a chapter in the club's history that everybody regrets.
Over to you King Kev.
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