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OFFICIAL: Steve Bruce leaves Newcastle United by mutual consent


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Twitter is a sess pit of fannies going on about Bruce still being here .

 

They can all fuck off, I’m keeping off it for a week , it’s unbearable, he will be gone soon , chill the fuck out.

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3 minutes ago, GWN said:

Twitter is a sess pit of fannies going on about Bruce still being here .

 

They can all fuck off, I’m keeping off it for a week , it’s unbearable, he will be gone soon , chill the fuck out.

The worst thing about caring about the club again means we’re going to have to deal with our fans being massive spenks.

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20 minutes ago, Conjo said:

 

Feet under or over their desks, this is not in any way a tough or difficult decision to make.

Whether they are "nice" people or not is for them to prove through their actions. Most, if not everyone, liked Ashley in the beginning too.

My confidence in them will be non-existent if they don't bin Bruce before the Spurs match. It's a bad decision from a sporting perspective which will impact the commercial side long term if we don't get any points against spurs and it will immediately sour the relationship they have started building with the fans.


Just wow. No wonder we have a reputation for being fickle. 

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5 minutes ago, Northerngimp said:

14 years of Ashley and the new owners have only been here a few days. Let them get settled, asses the crap thats in the club and make some decisions.   This is what we wanted, people who think about things before rolling out any old nonsense. [emoji38]

 

14 years of Ashley is the exact reason why I won't blindly trust they have the best of intentions and do things the right way. They need to prove it to us. I was too naive for too long with Ashley. Won't make that mistake again :lol: 

 

Whether they sack Bruce, put him on garden leave, simply ask him not to attend the game while assessing his situation/contract whatever - just do something to show us they understand and that they are able to make important decisions.

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Sacking Bruce before Spurs would mean the whole crowd will be desperate for us to win

 

If he is still in charge I'd imagine most of us will want us still to win but there's always that doubt in your mind that if they win then Bruce stays longer

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Just now, Shearergol said:

@Conjo man, chill :lol:

 

Ye..I should :lol: I realize it comes off very wrong. They haven't really made any mistakes so far, and I do have faith that they will make the right decision here so for the time being it really is a non-issue.

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It’s Tuesday. We play Sunday. They’ve likely given no indication to anyone how they’re leaning. They’ve likely watched every single match of ours since they decided to buy us. They’ve likely seen and read every survey and etc for him. They are not going to do anything that will cause legal action, they are likely trying to work out the payout (with his attorneys) and the back room staff too. They are likely hoping they have movement or a statement planned to discuss the next step of their plan/communication as such. 
 

I still think he’s a goner by Sunday. The PR headache or the entire world watching and the 80% owner’s country and such too. They’ll just not want to deal with it. 

 

If he’s not sacked, bummer, but No big deal. Big picture We are free from Ashley and soon to be free of Bruce and the new era is upon us. 

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Just now, Kanji said:

It’s Tuesday. We play Sunday. They’ve likely given no indication to anyone how they’re leaning. They’ve likely watched every single match of ours since they decided to buy us. They’ve likely seen and read every survey and etc for him. They are not going to do anything that will cause legal action, they are likely trying to work out the payout (with his attorneys) and the back room staff too. They are likely hoping they have movement or a statement planned to discuss the next step of their plan/communication as such. 
 

I still think he’s a goner by Sunday. The PR headache or the entire world watching and the 80% owner’s country and such too. They’ll just not want to deal with it. 

 

If he’s not sacked, bummer, but No big deal. Big picture We are free from Ashley and soon to be free of Bruce and the new era is upon us. 

 

Bingo. Good post.

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Just now, Kanji said:

It’s Tuesday. We play Sunday. They’ve likely given no indication to anyone how they’re leaning. They’ve likely watched every single match of ours since they decided to buy us. They’ve likely seen and read every survey and etc for him. They are not going to do anything that will cause legal action, they are likely trying to work out the payout (with his attorneys) and the back room staff too. They are likely hoping they have movement or a statement planned to discuss the next step of their plan/communication as such. 
 

I still think he’s a goner by Sunday. The PR headache or the entire world watching and the 80% owner’s country and such too. They’ll just not want to deal with it. 

 

If he’s not sacked, bummer, but No big deal. Big picture We are free from Ashley and soon to be free of Bruce and the new era is upon us. 

I agree with that, however my main issue is the position we are in I don’t think we can afford to waste any games and keeping him in charge for even one more is a massive missed opportunity 

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I think they will be looking at things long term. It doesn't matter if Bruce is still here this week if you're thinking 5, 10 years ahead.

 

Personally, if they have a long term strategy it doesn't even necessarily matter to me if we get relegated this season.

 

If the investment comes, and good decisions are made to improve the club (like replacing Bruce), then the change we want will come.

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2 minutes ago, Kanji said:

It’s Tuesday. We play Sunday. They’ve likely given no indication to anyone how they’re leaning. They’ve likely watched every single match of ours since they decided to buy us. They’ve likely seen and read every survey and etc for him. They are not going to do anything that will cause legal action, they are likely trying to work out the payout (with his attorneys) and the back room staff too. They are likely hoping they have movement or a statement planned to discuss the next step of their plan/communication as such. 
 

I still think he’s a goner by Sunday. The PR headache or the entire world watching and the 80% owner’s country and such too. They’ll just not want to deal with it. 

 

If he’s not sacked, bummer, but No big deal. Big picture We are free from Ashley and soon to be free of Bruce and the new era is upon us. 

 

Agree with most of it but not the bit in bold. He needs to go.

 

Mandy and her squad need to show the fans they mean business, that their not going to put up with mediocrity, that excuses are not acceptable and that we are going to have higher stanadards from now on.

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1 hour ago, 54 said:

 

 

Nice and respectful does have limits when we're 19th and winless, tbf.

 

I think his lack of departure prob has more to do with the lack of football board/DOF being installed. But still don't see how it's not in their best interests to immediately bin him.

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I really hope he is not here for the Spurs game. I can just imagine what he will be like. He will lap up the party atmosphere as if it somehow reflects on him. He'll do some kind of valedictorian interview afterwards portraying his time as a success as he kept us up for two years and now he is passing the baton on.

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