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Why Midfield Remains Newcastles Focus In The Summer Window According To Willock Gallagher Cajuste And Choudhury

On the surface, Steve Bruce’s claim that Newcastle United are “very, very short” in midfield seemed odd. After all, he had just started four out-and-out midfielders against York City.
Sean and Matty Longstaff came off the bench to join Isaac Hayden and Jeff Hendrick on the field.
Although Jonjo Shelvey’s groin injury will keep him out for “a while,” and there is a noticeable Joe Willock-shaped hole in the side, Bruce’s midfield alternatives appear to be adequate.However, once the individual situations of the four players who played are analyzed, and exactly what Bruce is expecting to extract from a reshaped engine room is considered, the rationale behind the head coach’s decision becomes clear.
Following Newcastle United’s 3-2 friendly triumph over Doncaster Rovers on Friday, Bruce delivered a sobering, if occasionally optimistic, assessment of the club’s transfer negotiations, vowing that he would not “bulshit supporters.”
He emphasized the importance of the credit market.

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