Steve Bruce ‘will NOT be fired by Newcastle despite gloomy form and hectic day of meetings with club hierarchy after fan survey shows NINETY FIVE PERCENT of Geordie fans want him’
- Steve Bruce will reportedly not be fired by Newcastle United despite pressure
- A fan survey found that 95% of Newcastle fans want Bruce to be fired by a club
- The head coach reportedly had a hectic day of meetings with the club’s hierarchy
- It is indicated that Bruce is determined not to run away from the track despite anger
Steve Bruce will reportedly not be fired by Newcastle United, despite the club’s dismal form.
The pressure on Newcastle’s head coach has increased after an extensive 3-0 defeat to fellow fighters. Brighton left them just two points above the Premier League relegation zone.
It seems that most fans have had enough of a fan poll in the local paper Chronicle Live revealing that 95% want Bruce to leave the club.
Steve Bruce will reportedly not be fired from Newcastle United despite their dismal form
And the Telegraph reports that the 60-year-old had a series of conversations on the training field on Monday, including with general manager Lee Charnley.
Despite this, the report indicates that the club does not want to say goodbye to Bruce.
It is clear that Bruce has thought ‘long and hard’ about his position after their sad defeat at the Amex, but he maintains his determination not to walk away from the track.
The Magpies lost their last match 3-0 to fellow Premier League wrestlers Brighton
Bruce has held meetings in the club’s training ground and is determined not to run away from his job
Despite only two wins in their last 18 games, confidence is believed to be on the rise with Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin’s impending wins.
Sources close to the manager vigorously denied that Bruce will remain alone to receive the £ 4 million payout he would receive if fired.
The survey of 14,000 supporters also found that an astonishing 92% think Newcastle will be downgraded with Bruce at the helm, while 53% blamed owner Mike Ashley for the club’s predicament.
The same publication recently turned against Bruce, urging the head coach to ‘do the right thing and walk away’ in a scathing editorial in which the front and back pages were devoted to the boss under fire.
A fan survey by a local newspaper found that 95% of fans want Steve Bruce to leave the club
With fans not currently in the ground, fans are less able to express their frustrations in a way they would have before, which some think is keeping the board from responding to Bruce.
There is concern among fans that Newcastle’s entire season could turn out to be the final league game when they travel to Fulham on May 23.
As it stands now, Scott Parker’s squad occupies the third relegation spot, but they are desperate for their Northeast opponents to avoid the drop itself.