Steve Bruce refuses to resign from Newcastle United Head Coach role – Soccer Sports

Steve Bruce rejected his call for resignation.

In the latest disastrous performance, Newcastle United bowed from the League Cup with a weak display.

Newcastle supporters were confused about how Steve Bruce set up the team and his in-game management.

Looking at the match on Tuesday night and many other matches of the season, Newcastle fans feel that only two possible conclusions are left …

Either this is a really really poor group of players on the NUFC team.

Otherwise, it’s a group of players who don’t believe in Steve Bruce at all and are sent to the pitch without a coherent plan, especially when it comes to creating opportunities and scoring goals.

Asked about what Newcastle fans are demanding to go now, Steve Bruce has no intention of resigning and says he is “resilience” in the coming days, weeks, months and years. Is working as usual …

Brentford has ruled out six players, including top stars such as Ivan Toney, but Newcastle fans aren’t too angry about being knocked out in the quarterfinals, but this is just another game. The whole approach to the match is very ignorant and negative. In the second half, Newcastle made no single effort to reach its goal. During the match, Steve Bruce seems to be completely out of his depth as he tries to change the direction of the match. Towards the end of last night’s defeat, Newcastle put Gale, Wilson, Joelinton and Carroll all together on the pitch, but plans for how they work together to set goals and score. Is not at all.

Yes, Steve Bruce has so far put together enough points to keep Newcastle from looking at the imminent danger of demotion trouble, but that’s very superficial. As with last season, compelling wins are very rare, and when Manchester, Liverpool and Leicester come next season, of course, the table will be far away unless another slice of the infamous Blue Sea’s luck reappears. It is set to look challenging.

Also, Steve Bruce always mentioned last night that he hadn’t made it to Newcastle United in the semifinals for 45 years, and when he mentioned doing the cup semifinals, he said “for a club like Newcastle”. I think it’s boring to be there. It was an incredible experience if the magpie defeated Brentford last night.

Yes, everyone knows that Newcastle has a disastrous record of its entire existence in the League Cup, except for its final appearance in 1976, but the way Steve Bruce was talking accidentally or deliberately is It sounded like the semi-finals of the Cup. At every tournament, it was a modern experience that Newcastle fans had never experienced.

In fact, in the ten seasons before Mike Ashley took over, Newcastle United made it to the five-cup semifinals. The 1998, 1998, 2000 and 2005 FA Cups and the 2004 UEFA Cup. In addition, in that decade, Newcastle also reached the FA Cup quarterfinals in 2002 and 2006, and the UEFA quarterfinals in 2005.

Yes, we didn’t win anything, but Newcastle United was in the cup tournament before Mike Ashley came. So defeating two league two clubs and a weakened championship side (Blackburn) this season is not an incredible achievement!

Steve Bruce has to go, no doubt.

Steve Bruce

“No one is as disappointed as I am, so I understand their disappointment.

“I am resilient, so I have to accept what’s coming.

“I understand social media.

“All I can do is dust off and get back to work tomorrow.

“Supporters have the right to accept their opinion and I accept it.

“You have to accept the criticism that is fully justified.

“You shouldn’t be beaten by the chance to reach the semifinals for the first time in 45 years.

“Unfortunately, we aren’t doing enough, so we need to accept that we’re on our way and prepare for the big challenges in front of us in the Premier League. “

Statistics from BBC Sport:

Brentford 1 Newcastle 0 – Tuesday, December 22nd, 5:30 pm




Da Silva 66

(Half-time statistics in parentheses)

Possession Brentford 49% (46%) Newcastle 51% (54%)

Total shot Brentford 14 (6) Newcastle 12 (5)

Goal shot Brentford 5 (1) Newcastle 3 (3)

corner Brentford 7 (4) Newcastle 3 (1)

Referee: Robert Jones

Newcastle United:

Darlow, Yedlin, Hayden, Clark, Lewis (Carroll 80), Fraser (Joelinton 65), Sean Longstaff, Shelvey, Murphy, Almiron (Gale 65), Wilson

Unused submarine:

Gillespie, Ritchie, Craft, Hendrick

crowd: 00,000

(Steve Bruce prepares for the backlash of the cup defeat “We must accept what comes our way” – read here)

(3 positives and 3 negatives from Brentford 1 Newcastle 0 – read here)

(BBC Sport Comments on Brentford 1 Newcastle 0 – Absolutely Biting But Truth – Read here)

(Brentford 1 Newcastle 0 Match Report-Steve Bruce’s Liferaft Floating – Read here)

(Brentford 1 Newcastle 0 – NUFC fan / writer’s immediate reaction to Tuesday’s cup knockout – read here)

– Soccer Sports

Steve Bruce refuses to resign from Newcastle United Head Coach role Steve Bruce refuses to resign from Newcastle United Head Coach role

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