Steve Bruce to manage Newcastle against Spurs for his 1000th game as a coach

Steve Bruce will manage Newcastle as manager for his 1,000th game and will go up against the Spurs.

Steve Bruce who has been the manager of Newcastle was believed to be changed after the big takeover by new owners worth 305 million Euros, their new part-owner Amanda Stavely confirmed that Bruce had been very professional during the take takeover and if there is any changes he’ll be the first one to know. Even though the team’s poor winless performance has kept them at the bottom of the table (2nd last) he will still as for now manage the Magpies for his 1,000th game as a manager.

Stavely who owns 10% of the club said in the club statement on Friday that “If any we make any changes, he (Steve) will be the first to know, but in the meantime, we wish him the best of luck in his 1,000th match. She also added that we have to be patient and considered in their approach and change doesn’t happen overnight.


Steve was signed by the club in 2019 on a 3-year deal from Sheffield and the fans had mixed feelings about him, but as of now, Castle’s fans are frustrated with his performance. Bruce will face the media for the first time after the merger on Friday and his team will match against the Spurs on October 17th, Sunday at 9:00 PM IST.

Even though he has his job as a manager now but if there is no outcome the new owners have been known to link with Dortmund manager Lucien Favre and former Chelsea player and boss Frank Lampard as potential replacements.