A few days ago, Newcastle United confirmed the sack of Manchester United legend Steve Bruce who has been their manager for the past two seasons. The former Sunderland manager was relieved of his duties after woeful performance at the dugout and was replaced with his assistant manager Graeme Jones who took over the job on an interim basis till the club announce a permanent manager.
It is no longer new news that Newcastle United have finally parted way with head coach Steve Bruce. Following the club's take over by the PIF, and a series of bad performances, the sacking of Bruce was imminent and does not come as a surprise to many.
Steve Bruce recently parted ways with Newcastle United as the manager of the club, following the Saudi Arabia takeover. Bruce spent two years with the Magpies and oversaw his last game for them against Tottenham in a 3-2 defeat. Newcastle United have given Bruce an £8 million severance package as part of his dismissal.
If you were involved in the social media world a year or so ago, you'll recall all of the criticism Chelsea manager Frank Lampard was receiving. Managers are subjected to cruel treatment. Consider the treatment of Steve Bruce. Is that right? Not at all, in my opinion.
In Tyneside, who will be in charge? After his 1000th game in professional football management, Steve Bruce has officially departed Newcastle. As a result, the world's wealthiest team is looking for a new management. We looked at who the bookies think will be the best candidate for the position.
Newcastle United have become the latest team to be under a new management, after that 300 Millon Pound (£) takeover by a Suadi consortium, and a shared partnership with the Reuben brothers, and Amanda Staveley PCP capital partner. Just last week, they let go of manager, Steve Bruce and while the job for a new manager to oversee the team continues, the squad is going to be in need of serious investment, if they are to challenge for the premier league, or even a champions league position.
Photo Credit: The Real Chelsea Fans Newcastle United has parted ways with their manager Steve Bruce following a run of unimpressive results in the English premier league. The English gaffer is leaving the club barely 3 days after losing 3-2 to Tottenham Hotspurs on matchday 8 of the season, a result which leaves the club languishing in 19th place.
Newcastle were once one of the best clubs in the Premier League during the 90's, but the club and its loyal fanbase has certainly experienced tough times over the last several years. Now, the supporters of the club can dare to dream after the takeover of the Premier League underdog.
The new owners of Newcastle United, Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund company who took over the English top-flight club barely two weeks ago, recently announced that they have terminated the contract of Steve Bruce (Newcastle United manager) who has been with the club since the start of this season.
Following the takeover of Newcastle by the new owners, there have been a lot of controversies about Steve Bruce's future. However, reports confirm that Newcastle has officially parted ways with Steve Bruce. Photo: Steve Bruce || Twitter Well, note that Newcastle is number 19th on the English Premier League table with just 3 points from 8 games.
Despite being a boyhood fan of Newcastle United, his time at the club was filled with disappointment, anger mostly from the fans towards his coaching style, and an unsettled dispute, after Steve Bruce had coached their rivals Sunderland. Steve Bruce time at Newcastle United had always been unsettled, fans didn't fancy him, for a number of numerous reasons, they didn't fancy his style of play, the fans still held unreserved anger against the past management under Mike Ashley, and like mentioned above, Steve Bruce time coaching Sunderland from 2009-11.
Wayne Rooney, Man Utd legend has distanced himself from reports suggesting he is set to coach Newcastle United. Newcastle United parted ways with their manager, Steve Bruce on Wednesday morning. Photo Credit: Goggle (Wayne Rooney). The search for Steve Bruce’s replacement continues with Rooney the latest name to be linked with the managerial job at St James Park.
Manchester United, revived by their European escape act, face a stern test against bitter rivals Liverpool during a crucial clash within the Premier League title race this weekend. Rocked by injuries to Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, Chelsea need their understudies to rise to the challenge when the leaders host Norwich.
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has resigned by mutual consent, just 13 days after the club's £305 million takeover by Saudi Arabia was completed. Bruce's departure comes as a surprise to no one. He took command of his 1,000th match as a manager in Newcastle's 3-2 defeat to Tottenham on Sunday, which was his first game in charge of the Magpies since they were taken over by their new owners.
It has finally happened. On Wednesday morning, Steve Bruce was dismissed by Newcastle following their recent takeover by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund. But before they sign Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland they need a manager in the hot-seat to make the decisions. Here are five top candidates for the job.
The handwriting on the wall has been there since 2 weeks ago when the Saudi Arabia oil barons took over the Magpies. One will definitely expect instant changes to be made, while other decisions will have to wait till January transfer window. But Steve Bruce already knew his position, and he is not even fighting it.
Antonio Conte to reject Newcastle; he’s holding out for Manchester United Antonio Conte has been one of the first names to appear in the limelight when Newcastle United takeover was announced, and he likely was one of the favourites to take up the job from Steve Bruce at St. James Park.
Newcastle United are considering appointing Frank Lampard as their new manager, ESPN reports. The consideration comes after Steve Bruce’s dismissal was confirmed on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Goggle. Bruce leaves Newcastle United after two seasons, in which he guided the Magpies to 13th and 12th place finishes in the Premier League.
Indeed, a good Manager contributes to every team structure and development. Most at times, it is their diplomacy that help the club win some matches. Recently, Newcastle United sacked their Manager, Steve Bruce after going 8 games without a win in the 2021/2022 premier league campaign.
Today, I will be giving two coaches that could replace Steve Bruce as Newcastle United coach after he was sacked yesterday. Check them out below: 1. Frank Lampard: Frank Lampard was the head coach of Chelsea Football Club from July 2019 until January 2021. He helped Chelsea secure a Champions League spot for the 2020-2021 season.