Toon welcoming Rafa?After the Spaniards make a big decision – Soccer Sports

Rafael Benitez left his position as Dalian Professional Manager of the Chinese Super League with mutual consent before he could return to Newcastle United.

Steve Bruce, who took over Benitez in Newcastle, is under pressure after running 10 games without winning all tournaments, and there is constant media speculation that he will be the boss of the next Premier League. did.

The sluggish performance against Aston Villa on Saturday night put more pressure on the boss as his side looked indifferent and eventually looked like a tired team to play under the blues.

The door has been opened for Benitez to return his sensational movements to Toon. After the Spaniards made a big decision to leave their current role in China, despite reported salaries of £ 12m this season.

Benitez said he made this decision, partly because of concerns about family health and well-being during the coronavirus pandemic. “Unfortunately, like much of last year, COVID-19 has changed our lives and projects. From today, both my coaching staff and I will no longer coach Dalian,” Benitez said. Said in a statement.

“For all of us, the pandemic is still here, and helping our families was a priority in making this decision.

Bruce was dissatisfied with Benitez’s constant comparison with Benitez’s three-year reign of Tyneside this week, saying: “He was a world-class manager. Where did he end (10th and 13th)? Is it a success?

“Last year we played against the mighty Rapha. We were in the lower half of the Premier League and spent most of our 15 years.”

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– Soccer Sports

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