Date of publication: Tuesday 27 November 2018 9:44
David Ginola has offered some idea of how Newcastle players respond to Kevin Keegan's awesome "I love" rant.
Ginola was a key member of the Newcastle squad that appeared to win the Premier League in 1995/96, leading to a 12-point leader over Manchester United as recently as January.
But they went on a catastrophic of just two wins and five games in nine games from mid February to the beginning of April, giving Alex Ferguson the initiative of one of the title.
Keegan's most often live on Sky Sports is attributed to one of the main reasons for the loss of Newcastle – although United has been overshadowed by that time.
Ginola recalls to hear his manager shouting from the dressing room, with rushed players helping to help us because we think there's a dugout problem. "
"We heard him in the dressing room," he told Sky Sports. "We went out to help because we thought there was a trouble in the dugout.
"He was crying. It was astonishing, and he realized that things were slipping out of his hands. Well, that's a shame.
"When you find someone nervous because it was that night, you realize that she loses the confidence that she had in the previous weeks.
"Would he be able to make the right decision in the near future? Because he was very worried about losing. He was so confident of that.
"It's a pity because it's a great man, I admire it as a player, as a manager. He did not say too much in the dressing room. Everything was very simple. I believe that that's the most embarrassing of it. "