Among the positives Newcastle took away from their win over Southampton on Sunday, Saint-Maximin’s injury late in the game poured some sand in their fine grain of happiness. After weeks of struggling for consistency as they at least hope to avoid the drop, Steve Bruce’s men put in one of their best shift to make sure Southampton ended the matchday empty handed.
The team for Newcastle United was held back with a 1-1 score after a goal from Jamaal Lascelles got canceled. Jonny canceled the goal which was arranged by Federico Fernandez, his colleague for defense. The side led by ‘Bruce’ is now at the second-lowest position in terms of score in the Premier League. They have just six goals in hand. The head coach of the club knows very well that they will go down if the team cannot improve their record. He said that they are trying to improve the record.
Steve Bruce also said that statistics is not only the way by which you can know about the team or what happened in the entire match. People have to know what the players go through in a game like this where they have to think about so many things. Bruce did not want to argue about the matter because he knows that the team will be able to improve if they practice hard. He added that they are trying to be a bit more open regarding this matter if it is possible for them to do so. They have worked on the crossing of two center halves because the pitch has three of them.
Premier League side Newcastle United are already facing relegation threats this early in the season. With Aton Villa getting a draw, the Magpies dropped to the 18th spot on the log. Despite hosting struggling Brighton & Hove Albion next, going away to Leicester City and then facing Manchester United and Chelsea, there are no sure hopes of picking any point in the next four games.
Under former Liverpool, Real Madrid and Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez, Newcastle finished in the 10th and 13th position at the end of the season. It seems those mid-table finishes made the fans and management forget that they were nowhere there, and required substantial urgent investment like the Spaniard asked for.
Newcastle looks forward to beguiling Nice’s Patrick Vieira to step into the shoes of the head coach. Vieira had a pretty good season with Nice as they finished 7th in the French Ligue. Newcastle United had communicated with the former Manchester City and Arsenal midfielder previously. In 2015, he had interviewed for the managerial position. However, the job went on to Steve McClaren. It is not yet clear as to whether Vieira would agree to leave Nice after he spent 12 months as the in-charge of the club.
The coach of Newcastle United, Ben Dawson states that his players have now come to learn a jarring lesson as they were knocked off by Manchester United. It had been a one-sided game and Dawson’s Newcastle blew off their opportunity to secure the title in an astonishing manner as Manchester United won by 5-0.
According to report making the rounds, Newcastle are close to completing a big- money move forHoffenheim strikerJoelton, with Leipzig coachRalf Rangnick, surprised by talk of his side making a bid. He admitted that RB Leipzig would not be able to match Newcastle United ‘s reported €60 million (£52m/$68m) bid for the player. Although he doesn’t think the Magpies would make such a move.
Newcastle United player Fabian Schar has had to wait for his time patiently following his move to the Tyneside from Deportivo La Coruna in the summer. The fans have not really seen much of the player this season.
Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez said that he is happy with his players following their win against Burnley. He said that this makes it three wins in a row for Newcastle United and that he wants his players to continue in the same way.
Newcastle have muddled themselves into the most indefensible positions this season.The Magpies are experiencing a long bout of bad luck in the Premier League and canny manager Rafael Benítez has comeunderfire.
Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez has defended his conservative tactics during the recent league meeting versus Chelsea. The Magpies lined up in a 5-4-1 formation during the game and they nearly secured a draw despite commanding less than one-fifth of the overall possession at St James Park.