Newcastle United currently hold no interest in Frank Lampard, according to The Independent. What’s the latest Newcastle United manager news? In a development likely to disappoint more than a few supporters, Steve Bruce will remain in charge for tomorrow’s game at home to Tottenham Hotspur at least.
Newcastle United journalist George Caulkin has criticised the club’s new owners for their inability to actually make any big decisions as of yet. Since the Saudi-led consortium took over the Magpies at the end of last week, there has been much talk about the huge changes set to take place on Tyneside.
The Everything is Black and White Podcast brings you the match-day preview Newcastle United take on Tottenham Hotspur this Sunday in the first game under new ownership - and Steve Bruce will be leading the side from the dugout. It's a decision that few expected - with a host of managers linked to Newcastle, the club's form pretty dismal, and fan discontent aimed at Bruce still high, many felt Graeme Jones would be in charge at the very least until a replacement could be found.
Sections of the Newcastle United squad are ‘confused’ about the managerial situation following the club’s takeover, according to The Daily Mail. What’s the latest Newcastle United manager news? Given the Tottenham game is just over 48 hours away, it seems incredibly unlikely Steve Bruce will be relieved of his duties before then.
What’s the latest Newcastle United news? Given how unpopular the 60-year-old is amongst the club’s support, as well as how poor his team have performed so far, the change in ownership at St James’ Park appeared to offer a natural time to move on from the Bruce era.
Steve Bruce is a lame duck at Newcastle ahead of his 1,000th game and the new Saudi owners have been circling the managerial pool for a replacement - with Brendan Rodgers, Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane and Steven Gerrard among those considered If Steve Bruce really does make it to his 1,000th game on Sunday, he’ll be a lame-duck manager.
All of the latest injury updates as Newcastle United return to Premier League action against Tottenham It is almost easy to forget following the excitement of last week but Newcastle United are back in action this Sunday. The Magpies will be searching for their first league win of the season at the eighth attempt when they host Tottenham in front of a televised audience.
Newcastle are yet to pull the trigger on manager Steve Bruce despite intense speculation suggesting he will be sacked. Newcastle's new owners reportedly have contractual issues to navigate if they are to sack Steve Bruce. There has been huge surprise on Tyneside this week that the 60-year-old Magpies boss has not yet been relieved of his duties given the intensive media speculation linking others with the job.
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers will reportedly turn down all offers from Newcastle to take over from Steve Bruce. Bruce is expected to get the boot on Tyneside imminently after the club were taken over last week. Director Amanda Staveley was at the club’s training base this week and is understood to have spoken to Bruce.
Newcastle World journalist Liam Kennedy believes that the club's assistant coach Graeme Jones has made a significant impact since arriving on Tyneside. The 51-year-old joined the Newcastle coaching staff at the start of the year, and now could be set to be placed in charge of the team on an interim basis.
Newcastle owners have ally of Jose Mourinho on short-list for transformative role, insist Sky Sports
Newcastle look set to go in the direction of a sporting director under the club’s new ownership and, one reputable source has revealed one candidate who is definitely on the Magpies’ short-list. The Tyneside club were last week taken over by the Saudi Arabia public investment fund for £305m.
Newcastle United’s new owners are ready to pay Brendan Rodgers’ £16million release clause as they look to bring in an established boss to replaced Steve Bruce, according to reports. The Magpies were bought by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund last week and are now the wealthiest club in world football, with the new owners promising to turn the club into title contenders.
Who is Graeme Jones? Everything you need to know about Steve Bruce's likely replacement at Newcastle United
Poor old Steve Bruce will reportedly be ousted from his role as Newcastle manager before Sunday's home clash with Tottenham Hotspur – and long before any of the new Saudi cash is spent on world class talent. The man who will likely be trusted to pick the team against Spurs is Graeme Jones, who should be announced as the club's new caretaker boss in the coming days.
Steve Bruce is back at Newcastle United’s training ground today ahead of Sunday's home game against Tottenham Hotspur. Bruce is set to lose his job following the club’s takeover by a consortium which includes Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund last week. United’s head coach met Amanda Staveley and Mehrdad Ghodoussi, her husband, on Monday, and fans are waiting for a decision on Bruce’s future at the club, which is winless and 19th in the Premier League.
Current manager Steve Bruce is widely expected to be relieved of his duties following the Saudi-led takeover of the Magpies Speculation is rife over the identify of the next manager of Newcastle United following the Saudi-led takeover of the club. The Magpies now have the richest owners in world football following the £305million takeover and vast sums are set to spend on and off the pitch to turn the north-east side into a force, both in the Premier League and in Europe.
Lots of Newcastle United fans have flocked to Twitter to vent their fury with the latest update to emerge regarding Steve Bruce’s future at the club. According to Keith Downie, both Steve Bruce and Graeme Jones oversaw Newcastle training on Tuesday amid the speculation surrounding the former’s position at the club.
Newcastle United evening headlines: Steve Bruce takes training with future undecided and Alan Shearer verdict
Newcastle United evening headlines as Steve Bruce takes training for the second time this week with a decision yet to be made on his future Here are your Newcastle United evening headlines on Tuesday, October 12. Steve Bruce takes training as wait for Newcastle manager decision goes on Steve Bruce has overseen the latest Newcastle United training session as the head coach awaits a decision on his future.
It seems a mere matter of time before Newcastle United’s new owners sack Steve Bruce. The 60-year-old, who has been in charge of the Magpies since 2019, is expected to be dismissed before this weekend’s Premier League clash against Tottenham. This is according to Sky Sports, who understand that Bruce’s assistant Graeme Jones is likely to take charge of the team for the Spurs game.
Steve Bruce's future at Newcastle United remains in doubt but the head coach continues to prepare the side to face Tottenham Steve Bruce has overseen the latest Newcastle United training session as the head coach awaits a decision on his future. The Magpies boss is widely expected to depart ahead of Sunday's encounter with Tottenham as a result of the sale of the club.
Newcastle takeover: Steve Bruce takes training on Tuesday as he edges towards exit after Amanda Staveley meeting
Steve Bruce takes training on Tuesday morning alongside coach Graeme Jones; Without a replacement for Bruce lined up, it is likely that Jones will be asked to take charge of the team for Sunday's match against Tottenham, live on Sky Sports, while the new ownership search for a new manager