Next Newcastle Manager odds.The dust could have gone away since Newcastle’s new owners purchased the club, however the management pursuit is still on.
Steve Bruce was relieved of his duties following only one match under the club’s new management and the Magpies are currently ranked second lowest in the Premier League and are six points away from the safety line.
The assistant manager Graeme Jones has taken charge of the team for the time being, however the new owners are still to choose a manager to lead their team forward.
There are a lot of names mentioned in the rumour-mill, however the Saudi consortium based in Saudi Arabia seems to be waiting to determine the best one and it’s evident that they will need to decide soon.
Howe Now Favourite for Newcastle Job
Eddie Howe has been out of action since leaving Bournemouth at the close of the season in 2019/20, after the 43-year-old was not able to keep the Cherries alive within the Premier League and he was quick to fall off the sword of Vitality Stadium and take a leave from the management of football following his successful time in Dorset. Dorset club.
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Eddie Howe has long been discussed as the future director at Newcastle United, even while Steve Bruce was still in the position.
However, there is an emerging frontrunner for the vacant post with former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca favourite for the post.
There’s an underlying Bournemouth connection in St James’ Park if you think about Matt Ritchie, Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser are all on the roster at Newcastle and it’s possible that Howe is interested in the possibility of revitalizing the huge English football club and guiding up the ladder.
For three years in Shakhtar Donetsk, he won three cup and league doubles. He also won the Portuguese Cup during his one season with Braga.
Then, he spent two years in Roma and led them to the semi-finals of Europa League last season, and was also linked with his vacant Tottenham job this summer following the end of his time in Rome.
Former Cherries manager Howe has been away from work since he left the dismissed team in 2020. He’s eager to be back in the Premier League. The team is famous for their appealing style of football, and the Toon job will bring him back with the main forward from the Bournemouth time, Callum Wilson.
The new owner of the club is focused on making the right choice with regards to the selection to a manager
The new owner of the club is focused on making the right choice with regards to the selection to a manager. He has stated that there is no rush to get an individual in.
This has created the right vibe to fans which shows that the co-owners of the club don’t those who rush into making decisions and commit crucial errors at the club.Manager assistant Graeme Jones has expressed his appreciation for Staveley and co for their diligent hunt to find a manager. Jones praises their judgment and decisions so far.