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Sport'After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them': Rafa Benitez goes on the attack against Newcastle's hierarchy and claims he turned down mega-money offers to stay in the North-East

11:25  13 august  2019
11:25  13 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Newcastle have been relegated for the second time in seven years . Their demotion was confirmed on Wednesday night as rivals Sunderland beat Everton 3 -0 That being the case, Newcastle ' s hierarchy should move heaven and earth to convince him to stay in the next week. But Newcastle ' s hierarchy

'After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them': Rafa Benitez goes on the attack against Newcastle's hierarchy and claims he turned down mega-money offers to stay in the North-East © Reuters

Rafa Benitez has hit out at Newcastle's hierarchy following his shock departure from the Premier League in June, claiming they gave him 'unfulfilled promises'.

Benitez walked out of St James' Park after three years at the club, having helped them return to the Premier League in 2017 before consolidating their strong position in the English top-flight.

The experienced Spanish manager ended up joining Chinese Super League outfit Dalian Yifang, which led to Newcastle fans protesting against owner Mike Ashley over his running of the club.

'After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them': Rafa Benitez goes on the attack against Newcastle's hierarchy and claims he turned down mega-money offers to stay in the North-East © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Manager Rafa Benitez claimed Newcastle's hierarchy gave him 'unfulfilled promises'

Following his shock move, Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley heavily criticised Benitez, claiming he 'moved to China for the money' in the club programme ahead of the Premier League encounter with Arsenal.

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However, he claims he is loving life at Newcastle despite his uneasy relationship with the club' s hierarchy . Benitez said: “ The North East already Benitez has had to make a decision on his future twice in recent times - firstly after last year ' s relegation and following promotion after he received

But Benitez has since hit back at Charnley and the Newcastle hierarchy in his first column for the Athletic.

The 59-year-old said: 'I tried to do my best every day, even staying when we went down to the Championship and saying no to other offers — bigger offers than the one I recently accepted with Dalian Yifang, by the way.

'If I was only interested in moving "for money", as Charnley stated, I could have done it much earlier.'

'After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them': Rafa Benitez goes on the attack against Newcastle's hierarchy and claims he turned down mega-money offers to stay in the North-East © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Benitez says he 'didn't trust' owner Mike Ashley (left) or managing director Lee Charnley (right)

Benitez, a hugely popular figure among supporters, was in talks with the club over a new contract before he departed but an agreement collapsed.

The 59-year-old had grown sick of conflicts over transfer policy, the training ground and Ashley's commitment to progressing beyond yearly relegation battles.

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Rafa Benitez has replaced Steve McClaren as Newcastle manager. Arrival on Tyneside would The tit-for-tat arguments continued and, in the same month, Allardyce tried to suggest that Benitez had With Benitez briefly at Inter Milan and then out of management for almost two years until he was

RAFA BENITEZ will finally get what he has wanted all along, a free reign in the transfer market if British businesswoman Amanda Staveley is successful in The Spaniard who has mainly had to shop in the bargain basement was ordered to keep quiet by the Newcastle hierarchy on the orders of

Following his exit, Newcastle ended up smashing their transfer record with the £40million purchase of striker Joelinton.

Charnley also claimed they were ready to sign the Brazilian five months earlier but Benitez didn't give the go-ahead on the transfer.

'After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them': Rafa Benitez goes on the attack against Newcastle's hierarchy and claims he turned down mega-money offers to stay in the North-East © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Benitez left Newcastle to join Chinese Super League outfit Dalian Yifang this summer

Benitez added: 'Newcastle's board had a year to sort out my contract but, when we met after the end of last season, they didn't make me an offer I could accept. They told me they didn't want to invest in the academy or the training ground — if they like, I can explain the reason why Mike Ashley refused to do that.

'Their idea of a project was a policy of signing players under 24 and, in my opinion, the budget available was not enough to compete for the top 10.

'After that meeting, I knew they would not come back with a serious offer and, when it arrived, 19 days later, it was for the same salary as three years earlier and with less control over signings.

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‘ Rafa On The Brink’ screamed newspaper headlines on a sunny Sunday morning in June. There were three books published on the same subject this summer. You can find them under the reference card - Tyneside Newcastle ’ s hierarchy stalled in closing the signings and they duly went elsewhere.

The Magpies hierarchy have held talks with Rafa Benitez who is set to replace McClaren in the St James' Park dugout. The 54- year -old will leave A stoney-faced McClaren was pictured leaving Newcastle ' s Darsley Park training ground on Thursday where he received a reassuring pat on the

'Charnley's comments in the programme about having a deal agreed for Joelinton in February explains a lot that I couldn't understand at that time. After three years of unfulfilled promises, I didn't trust them.'

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