Fabricio Coloccini sacked from Head of Coach

A few months ago, Newcastle United’s Fabricio Coloccini was being considered as a possible contender to take over the Premier League club as the new coach. Alan Pardew was sacked as the head coach and rumors started to emerge linking the Argentine defender as a manager instead of player but it was John Carver who was signed as the new coach of the club.

Even with the arrival of John Carver as the coach of Newcastle United, Coloccini was still being viewed as someone who can have a managerial role in the Premier League but things have started to fall apart for FabricioColoccini as his latest performances have been heavily critiqued.

Coloccini received a red card when Newcastle United faced off with Everton on March 15 of the current year and the influential defender is now being linked with a summer exit.

Newcastle United is believed to be preparing a summer transfer spree in the region of €60 million as there are a few players that the owner of the club Mike Ashley wants to sign but at the same time, some performers in the current squad might have to be offloaded in order to create enough space and cut down wages.

FabricioColoccini, CheickTiote and Tim Krul are the players that Newcastle United will be willing to release during the summer transfer window but there is a departure which is standing out above the rest and it’s Coloccini as the Argentine defender is even being questioned about his leadership abilities which has started to disappear in some matches and one of these was during Newcastle United’s match against Manchester City where the team of Manuel Pellegrini claimed an overwhelming 5-0 triumph and Coloccini was not able to keep up with the opposition.

There are a few young and promising players that John Carver and Newcastle United have not fully given a chance for them to step up in the main stage but in order for this to happen some of the players in the first team will have to be offloaded and FabricioColoccini is high in the list of possible departures for the summer.