Eddie Howe is set to be named the new Newcastle manager TODAY and will travel to Saudi Arabia to sign a contract as the Saudi revolution begins.
TODAY, EDDIE HOWE will be named the new Newcastle manager.
The former Bournemouth manager will sign his contract in Tyneside, officially replacing Steve Bruce.
Along with Amanda Staveley and former Cherries No2 Jason Tindall, Howe was at the Magpies’ 1-1 draw against Premier League high-flyers Brighton.
Newcastle are the only team in the Premier League without a win this season, and they are currently in 19th place, level on points with bottom-placed Norwich.
Interim manager Graeme Jones, on the other hand, is confident in Howe’s ability to change Newcastle’s fortunes.
Jones praised Howe after the weekend’s draw, saying, “One thing I know about Eddie without working with him is that he lives for the game, it’s his entire life.”
“If you think you can come to Newcastle United part-time, you’re wrong; it takes everything you’ve got.”
“He’s focused and has a lot of Premier League experience, so if that’s the path the club takes, I’m confident he’ll be more than capable.”
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“Eddie has 550 games under his belt, with 200 of them coming in the Premier League.”
He was born in the year 1973, and he is currently 43 years old.
He has a lot of experience and is very familiar with the league.”
Newcastle’s search for a manager has come to an end with Howe’s arrival.
The Magpies attempted to entice Unai Emery, the winner of the Europa League, back to England.
The Spaniard, on the other hand, turned down the newly mega-rich side in favor of a return to Villarreal.
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