“It’s been pretty brutal to us in that respect to our big players, so we’ll have to get on with it and accept it and take on the challenge.”
The Magpies go into the weekend sitting just three points clear of the relegation zone.
Everything is going to be fine, Newcastle fans. There is no need to be upset.
The Newcastle manager played alongside Eric Cantona at Manchester United in the 1990s.
Steve Bruce has revealed there are no new injuries to speak of for Newcastle United.
Steve Bruce suggested that at times Newcastle will “come unstuck” when using their…
"It was a classic midfield player’s goal from the ability to arrive in the box, and that’s what he’s brought us."
It was a win of two halves for Newcastle. Decide for yourself which was the most impressive...
Willock could be in line for his Newcastle United debut in their match against Southampton this weekend.
Steve Bruce has praised match winner Callum Wilson after he scored two goals against Everton.
Steve Bruce has admitted he is not immune from the sack as he fights to haul Newcastle out of Premier League trouble.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has come under fire in recent weeks as the Magpies' poor form continues.
Newcastle do not have a perfect squad but it should be far better than this. Aston Villa are laughably clear.
Newcastle are going to turn things round, says Steve Bruce. Any second now.
Bruce wants to match Benitez’s top-10 Premier League finish as he attempts to drag Newcastle out of trouble.
The Frenchman has been out of action for more than two months following an outbreak of Covid-19.
"I'd be unhappy under Rafa Benitez, I'd be unhappy under Steve McClaren and the previous three managers before that. It's been appalling for the past 10/12 years."
Steve Bruce says some of Newcastle’s coronavirus victims have been “goosed” by the illness.
The Magpies are without a win in eight games in all competitions.
There were lots of pricks this week. Great times. Unless you're Newcastle. Then it's sh*t.
Shearer thinks the anger should be directed at Ashley and the Newcastle bosses rather than Steve Bruce.
Steve Bruce is set to cling to his job at Newcastle amid mounting fury over a rapidly decaying season.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has come under fire in recent weeks due to his team's poor performances.
The Magpies head to Sheffield United with a 17-point cushion over the basement club.
The Newcastle boss is determined to name a strong line-up for Saturday’s third-round trip to Arsenal.
Bruce has praised striker Andy Carroll for scoring his team's only goal in the defeat against Leicester.
The first half was about as bad as it gets. That was Newcastle's doing, who are simply existing in the Premier League.
Newcastle put in a great defensive performance to prevent the likes of Salah and Mane from scoring.
Steve Bruce has urged his Newcastle side to “shut a few people up” by turning around their poor run of form.
Steve Bruce probably has to lead Newcastle into a relegation battle to come under pressure.
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