GIVE UP STOOL: Reactions as white Newcastle ball boy denied Mohammed Kudus access to his seat to celebrate his goal scored KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, March 30, 2024

GIVE UP STOOL: Reactions as white Newcastle ball boy denied Mohammed Kudus access to his seat to celebrate his goal scored

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Reactions as white Newcastle ball boy denied Mohammed Kudus access to his seat to celebrate his goal scored.

Mohammed Kudus was less than impressed when one of Saturday's ball-boys refused to give up his stool to allow him to do his 'take a seat celebration'. 

Kudus scored West Ham's second goal of the game against Newcastle on Saturday afternoon and looked to celebrate by taking a seat on the ball-boy's chair. 

One fan said: 'All the ball boys across the country have been briefed to not give Kudus their seats. My guy’s celebration shook up the whole sport.' 

Another joked: 'The ball boy is cheeky. Kudus had no chance.' Another agreed and joked: 'The ball boy say make Kudus find somewhere else sit'. 

The 'Kudus celebration' has become a phenomenon. Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah copied it and the entire West Ham Under-21 team reproduced it.

And it was considered iconic when Alejandro Garnacho, Kobbie Mainoo and Rasmus Hojlund did it together after Garnacho scored for Manchester United against West Ham last month. 

Newcastle have already replaced one substitute in Krafth, and now Almiron is forced to come off with injury, replaced by Barnes. This is a brutal run of luck for the home side.

Omar Berrada will join from Manchester City as the club's new chief executive this summer. A sporting director, technical director and performance director are expected to follow.

Ashworth was identified for the sporting director position, which he served at Newcastle from June 2022 until February.

He was placed on gardening leave after expressing his desire to join Ratcliffe's project at Old Trafford, potentially delaying his arrival until next year.

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