‘If Ashley intervenes’ – Journalist shares what he is simply been advised about NUFC managerial change
Newcastle United suffered their 14th Premier League defeat of the season by the hands of Manchester United final night time, and solely three factors stand between them and 18th-placed Fulham.
The Magpies have received simply seven video games all season, with two of them coming in final 14 video games.
They host Wolverhampton Wanderers subsequent and a defeat will see them drop into the relegation zone if Fulham beat Crystal Palace.
Newcastle followers need head coach Steve Bruce sacked instantly as they aren’t assured that he can preserve the staff up, nevertheless it doesn’t seem that can be taking place regardless of reviews over the weekend claiming that former supervisor Rafa Benitez has been contacted.
In keeping with The Telegraph’s Luke Edwards, the St. James’ Park outfit will not be contemplating a managerial change proper now.
Nevertheless, that would change immediately if Newcastle proprietor and chairman Mike Ashley intervenes.
In the mean time, the businessman stays fingers off relating to the choice making on the membership, and that’s low on checklist of enterprise priorities for the time being.
Informed once more this morning from sources that #nufc will not be contemplating a change in supervisor. Now this could change in a flash if Ashley intervenes however I’m advised he stays fingers off relating to determination making at membership which is low on checklist of enterprise priorities for the time being 🤷♂️
— Luke Edwards (@LukeEdwardsTele) February 22, 2021
That’s not precisely what Newcastle followers need to hear proper now, and so they can solely hope that their staff stay within the top-flight on the finish of the season.
Bruce can be very determined to show issues round, and it is going to be fascinating to see if he can be left to supervise the remaining 13 video games.
The Magpies can be arising in opposition to the likes of Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, West Ham United, Arsenal, Leicester Metropolis and Manchester Metropolis earlier than taking part in Fulham on the final day of the marketing campaign.