NOTA Exclusive: Kevin Keegan announced as new Director-General of the BBC by Royal appointment

NOTA News can exclusively reveal the man to succeed George “got hot potato on my hands” Entwistle as the new director-general of the BBC, Kevin Keegan. After nearly a decade of being the never considered yet popular choice for the position, the people’s voice has finally been heard by none other than Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who personally gave the nod to greenlight his installment.
Since Entwistle’s long overdue resignation yesterday, commentators have been clamouring around and banging on about the need for ‘radical overhaul’ of the organisation unsure as to the individual best suited to man the responsibility yet the answer was under their noses if they’d bothered to look. David Mellor MP was the first to call for Keegan as Entwistle’s successor, speaking on the BBC’s Sunday Politics he said we need “someone more energetic and focused.”

If Wor Kev could take a poor Newcastle United side struggling in the second tier of English football and turn them into Premiership contenders think what he will do for the BBC!